Armagh Simplyfruit Football Leagues Reviews

April 29, 2013


A second successive defeat for Cross, as they squandered a 6 point lead to eventually lose by the minimum 0-17 to 3-9 to neighbors Culloville. Rangers bounced back to inflict a first defeat on Ballymacnab on the Sunday, 3-10 to 2-5 to maintain a 50-50 start after 4 league games. Pearse Og are the league leaders as they beat Shane O Neill’s 0-11 to 1-5 for a third straight win. After losing the opener ‘Cruppen made it two wins on the bounce as they accounted for Whitecross 1-11 to 2-6. At the bottom end of the table the warning lights are already flashing for the Saints Peter & Paul as they both lost for the third time, to remain pointless, Peter’s lost to Granemore 1-11 to 1-7 as the winners picked up their first points.  St Paul’s were defeated by Sarsfields 1-14 to 0-9.

Junior A

Collegeland join Forkhill at the top of the table following their one point victory 0-14 to 1-10 over Derrynoose. Crossmaglen suffered their second defeat as visitors St Patrick’s made away with the points on foot of a 0-10 to 1-6 win. A second successive St Michael’s victory following their losing start moves them within striking distance of the leaders, having seen off Lissummon 0-13 to 0-11


Tir Na nOg, Clan Na Gael and Wolfe Tones share  hat-tricks of wins to top the table but only a point ahead of Silverbridge, Eire Og and Annaghmore who have only dropped a point apiece. Indeed it was a draw between Annaghmore and Eire Og, at 7 points each when the teams met this weekend. Clan Na Gael went to Mullaghbawn and came away 2-8 to 2-4 winners. Tir Na nOg got it a lot tighter at Grange scraping home 1-16 to 3-9. Wolfe Tones had 5 points to spare at Middletown 1-10 to 1-5 with Silverbridge doubling that previous winning margin by beating Keady 2-16 to 2-6. Ballyhegan are left pointless as a last gasp Dorsey goal gave them their first win 2-7 to 1-8. Clonmore picked up their first win with a great 3-9 to 0-10 win at An Port Mor.

Junior B

O’Hanlon’s were knocked off top spot in comprehensive fashion as they crashed to a 10 point defeat at the hands of Corrinshego 0-16 to 1-3. Newcomers Pearse Og continued their winning ways with their second win, this time away to Clady 0-12 to 0-7 followed up by their third, a 0-9 to 0-7 defeat of visitors Killean.