Kinawley made it five wins from five as they swept aside Tempo on Tuesday night to maintain top spot in the Ladies Division One table.

They saw off the Maguires with a convincing 3-15 to 0-07 to build on their previous win over rivals Derrygonnelly at the start of the month.

Meanwhile, at the weekend, Belcoo suffered a 3-16 to 1-08 loss at the hands of the Harps.

Belcoo led by a point after 16 minutes with Sinead Barrett finding the net in the opening minute which was followed by an Eimear Higgins point.

Lynn Carroll, Eimear Smyth and Sarah Jane Jones pointed for the visitors until they got their first goal in the 17th minute through Tara McLoughlin from close range after a scramble on the goal line.

After Smyth and Higgins traded scores, the Harps got a second goal before halftime from Bronagh Smyth following a nice passage of passing play.

Eimear Smyth tagged on two more and Eve Barrett responded for the O’Rahillys to make it 2-08 to 1-04.

Higgins opened the scoring in the second half but Niamh Smyth ventured up from the Derrygonnelly backline to add a third goal.

Points from Eimear and Bronagh Smyth, Sarah Jane Jones, Naomi Jones and Brendan Bannon guided Harps to the win as Higgins and Barrett split the posts for Belcoo at the other end in the final 20 minutes.

Newtownbutler also recorded a 2-10 to 1-03 win over Aghadrumsee last Saturday in Division One.

In Division Two, five goals separated Enniskillen Gaels and Devenish as the travelling side scored 6-07 to Devenish’s 1-07 to move into second in the league table behind leaders Ederney.

Enniskillen goals came via Erin Tierney, Paula McCool and Ciara O Donnell while Leah Mc Cabe, Danielle Collins and Jasmine Swift were strong defensively.

Brookeborough were also among the goals as they scored 8-07 to 3-08 away to Belnaleck.

Brookeborough led 3-04 to 1-06 at halftime before adding five second-half goals. Sarah Teague scored a hat-trick and a point and Aine McCarney got two goals.

Megan Wray and Rose McManus both scored 1-01 while Nuala McManus grabbed the other goal and three points with Aoife Wary adding a point.

For Belnaleck, Natnisha Mills got 2-03, Shanna Cassidy scored 1-03 and Denise Lewsley also added three points.

In Division Three, Erne Gaels dished out a 7-23 to 1-07 hammering against Maguiresbridge at Páirc na hÓige on Friday evening and Kinawley B’s picked up a three-point win over Irvinestown at home on Saturday with a 1-11 to 2-05 scoreline.