Tubbercurry and Calry/St Joseph’s maintained their unbeaten run in their respective groups on Sunday in the Homeland Sligo Senior Football Championship.
Tubber had six points to spare over Eastern Harps in Curry in Group One – where it finished 2-15 to 0-15 – while Calry/St Joseph’s edged out Geevagh by 1-8 to 0-9 at Coola in Group Two.
Tubbercurry now lead the way in Group One with three points from their first two matches, while Calry/St Joseph’s head the standings in Group Two with two wins from their first two fixtures.
On Saturday evening, Shamrock Gaels and Drumcliffe/Rosses Point played out a 0-7 apiece draw at Kent Park in Group One, while defending champions Tourlestrane got their campaign off to a winning start with a 0-13 to 0-7 win over Coolaney/Mullinabreena in Group Two.
The late burst shown by the south Sligo men pleased their joint-manager Eamonn O’Hara:
For Coolaney/Mullinabreena boss Glenn Young, there were some positives in defeat.
In the Intermediate grade this weekend there were wins for St Molaise Gaels, Enniscrone/Kilglass, Easkey and St Farnan’s.
Homeland Sligo Senior Football Championship Group One
Drumcliffe/Rosses Point 0-7 Shamrock Gaels 0-7
Tubbercurry 2-15 Eastern Harps 0-15
Homeland Sligo Senior Football Championship Group Two
Tourlestrane 0-13 Coolaney/Mullinabreena 0-7
Calry/St Joseph’s 1-8 Geevagh 0-9
Connacht Gold Intermediate Football Championship Group One
St Molaise Gaels 1-11 Curry 0-13
Enniscrone/Kilglass 3-10 Bunninadden 2-12
Connacht Gold Intermediate Football Championship Group Two
Easkey 2-16 Castleconnor 1-9
St Farnan’s 3-15 St Michael’s 1-6
Connacht Gold Junior ‘A’ Football Championship Group One
St Patrick’s 1-13 St Mary’s 1-8
Cloonacool 5-12 Eastern Harps 1-6
Connacht Gold Junior ‘A’ Football Championship Group Two
Owenmore Gaels 0-6 Tourlestrane 0-4
St Molaise Gaels 1-11 Shamrock Gaels 1-9