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Classy Kerry ensure Down fall

Down failed to make it two wins out of two in Division Two of the National Hurling League when they lost 2-23 to 3-16 to Kerry in Killarney.

There were mixed results for the two Ulster sides in Division 3A. After beating Derry in their first game Armagh lost 3-15 to 2-10 against London at the Athletic Grounds. Star of the show was Martin Finn, who scored 1-7 with Seamus Richardson and Richard O’Connell getting their other goals.

Declan Coulter and substitute Paul Breen got the Orchard men’s goals.

Derry bounced back from an opening defeat to beat Kildare at Newbridge 1-20 to 0-19.

In Division 3B both Ulster sides were beaten with Donegal losing narrowly to Roscommon 1-14 to 2-9 in Letterkenny while Monaghan were hammered by neighbours Louth 3-18 to 1-4.

In Division Four Tyrone made it two wins out of two when they beat South Down 3-15 to 3-11 in a cracker at Leitrim. Justin Kelly, Aidan Kelly and Conor Grogan were all among the scores for the Red Hands. In the same division Fermanagh were emphatic double scores winners over Longford in Irvinestown 2-14 to 1-7.

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