Division 3A & 3B Previews – Gameday 9

Division 3A

Ballyhegan suffered their first defeat of the Division 3A league campaign last week and will hope to bounce back. They travel to Craigavon on Friday evening as they take on Eire Og, who also lost last week.

Collegeland overcame Ballyhegan to earn their first win of the campaign while Eire Og lost to Forkhill. Both sides had been in fine form before those clashes and will want to get back to winning ways.

Having finally got off the mark, Collegeland will be eager to back it up when they host neighbours An Port Mor. The two sides clashed in the league just over two weeks ago, with An Port Mor winning by one.

An Port Mor shot over the final six points of the game to shoot ahead at just the right time. Their championship clash last season followed a similar pattern with An Port Mor stealing a win with a goal in the last minute.

An Port Mor join Forkhill and Middletown in second place in the table, with all three tied on ten-points. Middletown got back to winning ways last weekend and now make the journey to Lissummon on Friday.

Lissummon are currently bottom of the table on four-points and have both scored and conceded seven goals in their last four outings. They will need that scoring power this week if they are to take points off Middletown.

Forkhill are on the road on Friday night as they take on St Michael’s. Jemar Hall lined out or Forkhill last week and will be a major boost if available on Friday.

Ballyhegan suffered their first defeat of the Division 3A league campaign last week and will hope to bounce back.
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Division 3B

There are only two Division 3B league games on this week and they both involved Killeavy IIs. They take on Killean on Wednesday evening before heading to Redmond O’Hanlon’s on Friday night.

Killeavy IIs currently sit just above Killean and Madden IIs in the Division 3B league table on four-points. Killean are tied to the bottom of the league table with zero points from their six outings.

Redmond O’Hanlon’s are midtable at the minute having won two of their seven league outings so far. They overcame Killean last weekend by 11-points, winning 3-14 to 2-6 in the end.

Ballyhegan suffered their first defeat of the Division 3A league campaign last week and will hope to bounce back.
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