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Armagh Simplyfruit Football Leagues

May 20, 2013

Senior

Only two league games played but both had a big bearing on the top of the table. Maghery maintained their 100% with a 2-10 to 0-8 win at Culloville and in the process go top of the division a point clear of Armagh Harps. A depleted Pearse Og came away from Derrytrasna empty handed as Sarsfields finished three points in front, 1-12 to 1-9, for their third win from 6 to move into the top half of the table.

Intermediate

Silverbridge made it four wins and a draw to date as they came away from Eire Og 1-10 to 1-5 winners which places them joint second a point adrift of leaders Tir Na N oNg. Cormac McEvoy raised the green flag for the visitors who were in control from start to finish. Annaghmore join the Bridge in second spot by avenging their Junior championship final defeat as they beat An Port Mor by two points 1-10 to 1-8 as the latter struggle at the wrong end of the table following the lofty heights scaled last year

Junior A

Forkhill stay at the top

Leaders Forkhill outgunned their nearest challengers St Michael’s, 0-17 to 0-15 in a very entertaining high scoring encounter. Win number six for Forkhill has opened up a four point gap over their latest conquest who are joined by Derrynoose who came away from Belleek with a share of the points, 1-15 to 2-12. New management did the trick for Crossmaglen Seconds as they gained their first win, 4-9 to 1-7 at Collegeland. St Patrick’s Seconds moved up the table following their 0-14 to 1-8 victory at Tullysaran whose season has yet to kick into gear.

Junior B

No stopping Pearse Og

The battle of the undefeated top two meant that something had to give and it was the leaders Pearse Og who bit the dust at the hands of visiting Corrinshego 2-13 to 2-09 which now means that they share the lead on 10 points each as Corrinshego have had 2 drawn games. The basement battle saw Dromintee Seconds beat Phelim Brady’s 3-10 to 2-6 for their first points. Clady picked up their third victory at O’ Hanlon’s 0-10 to 1-5 with the big local derby won by Killeavy over rivals Killean 1-10 to 2-5.

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