Newtownbutler 4-23 Coa 2-06 

Newtownbutler picked up another win in this year’s Club Players’ Competition with a hammering of Coa at home.

Goals from Lochlann King (2), James Connolly and Adam McDonald eased their side to another comfortable win following their seven-point win away to Aghadrumsee on the opening weekend.

Manager Frank Mulligan was left satisfied with another win: “It was a pretty good performance now, not too much else to say on it.

"It was a one-sided game, and we took our scores well which was the main thing. We had built up a good lead by halftime and we kept going after that so it was good to see.”

It was the O’Dwyers’ first outing of the year having not played the opening weekend with player/manager Gary Lynch, under the helm for a second successive year, left frustrated at his side’s performance.

“Not much to make of it, to be honest,” said Lynch. “We were absolutely embarrassing from start to finish, very basic things let us down, tracking back, tackling, completely non-existent and Newtown just ran through us at ease and every time they turned us over they punished us.

"We’ve put it behind us and the next game this Friday can’t come quick enough.”

Coa will face Aghadrumsee in their Friday fixture as the two sides meet for the first time since the Magpies snatched a late win in the Junior Championship semi-final last year, a competition that Friday's opponents will play against each other in this year.

Meanwhile, Newtownbutler will host Irvinestown which had another dramatic ending in their last meeting in the Intermediate Championship with a Ben McCann goal sealing a win in injury time.

Kealan Fitzpatrick once again impressed for Newtownbutler last Friday evening, he hit five points to add to his 1-06 in the first game while Lochlann King scored 2-01 after finishing off some nice passing moves in the final third.

The home side were in control by halftime with several different scorers.

Jamie McCaffrey added three points, as did Dylan Martin, while there were single scores from Gaby Jones, Donal McDaid and John-Joe McDaid.

Adam McDonald scored 1-01 as James Connolly got 1-03.

For Coa, Caoilte Farry led their scoring netting two goals and four points with their other two points coming from Niall Quinn and Ben Thompson.