3 Arduino 3 nRF24L01 SPI MESH Network Problem

.I would like to build a systtem which has 1 RECEİVER 2 TRANSMİTTER i have 3 arduino uno and 3 nRF24L01 wireless rf modules. 1 RECEİVER has 2 leds for TRANSMİTTERs.When it gets the data from the transmitter it lights up the led.This is very simple communication example. i have done it 1-1 communication but it became complex when i tried it for 1-2 communication.

Here is my Receiver Codes which is not completed yet
Each of transmitter sends different data which should light the leds at the receiver.Transmitters only needs to send data

#include <SPI.h> //Call SPI library so you can communicate with the nRF24L01+
#include <nRF24L01.h> //nRF2401 libarary found at https://github.com/tmrh20/RF24/
#include <RF24.h> //nRF2401 libarary found at https://github.com/tmrh20/RF24/

const int pinCE = 9; //This pin is used to set the nRF24 to standby (0) or active mode (1)
const int pinCSN = 10; //This pin is used to tell the nRF24 whether the SPI communication is a command or message to send out
RF24 wirelessSPI(pinCE, pinCSN); // Declare object from nRF24 library (Create your wireless SPI) 
const uint64_t rAddress[] = {0xB00B1E50D2LL, 0xB00B1E50C3LL};  //Create pipe addresses for the 2 nodes to recieve data, the "LL" is for LongLong type
const uint64_t wAddress[] = {0xB00B1E50B1LL, 0xB00B1E50A4LL};  //Create pipe addresses for the 2 nodes to transmit data, the "LL" is for LongLong type
int LED1 = 3;
int LED2 = 6;
int msg[1];
int msg1[1];
void setup()   
{
  Serial.begin(9600);  //start serial to communication
  wirelessSPI.begin();  //Start the nRF24 module
  wirelessSPI.openReadingPipe(1,rAddress[0]);      //open pipe o for recieving meassages with pipe address
  wirelessSPI.openReadingPipe(2,rAddress[1]);      //open pipe o for recieving meassages with pipe address
  wirelessSPI.startListening();
   pinMode(LED1, OUTPUT);
   pinMode(LED2, OUTPUT);

}
void loop()  
{   

    
    if(wirelessSPI.available()){
bool done = false;
bool done1= false;      
   while (!done){
     done = wirelessSPI.read( msg, 1 ); 
     done1 = wirelessSPI.read(msg1,1);      
     if((msg[0] == 111)&&(msg1[0]== 222)){
      digitalWrite(LED1,HIGH);
      digitalWrite(LED2,HIGH);    
     }
//      else if((msg[0] != 111)||(msg1[0] == 222)){
//           digitalWrite(LED2,HIGH);
//           digitalWrite(LED1,LOW);
//      }
//      else{ digitalWrite(LED2,LOW);
//           digitalWrite(LED1,LOW);}
           
           
           }}}

Here is my transmitter1 code

#include <SPI.h> //Call SPI library so you can communicate with the nRF24L01+
#include <nRF24L01.h> //nRF2401 libarary found at https://github.com/tmrh20/RF24/
#include <RF24.h> //nRF2401 libarary found at https://github.com/tmrh20/RF24/

const int pinCE = 9; //This pin is used to set the nRF24 to standby (0) or active mode (1)
const int pinCSN = 10; //This pin is used to tell the nRF24 whether the SPI communication is a command or message to send out
byte counter = 1; //used to count the packets sent
bool done = false; //used to know when to stop sending packets
RF24 wirelessSPI(pinCE, pinCSN); // Create your nRF24 object or wireless SPI connection
const uint64_t wAddress = 0xB00B1E50D2LL;              // Pipe to write or transmit on
const uint64_t rAddress = 0xB00B1E50B1LL;  //pipe to receive data on
int msg[1];


void setup()  
{
  Serial.begin(9600);   //start serial to communicate process
  wirelessSPI.begin();            //Start the nRF24 module
  wirelessSPI.openWritingPipe(wAddress);        //open writing or transmit pipe
  
}


void loop()  
{
   while(1){
      msg[0]=111;
      wirelessSPI.write(msg, 1);
      
    }
   }

and here is another transmitter

#include <SPI.h> //Call SPI library so you can communicate with the nRF24L01+
#include <nRF24L01.h> //nRF2401 libarary found at https://github.com/tmrh20/RF24/
#include <RF24.h> //nRF2401 libarary found at https://github.com/tmrh20/RF24/

const int pinCE = 9; //This pin is used to set the nRF24 to standby (0) or active mode (1)
const int pinCSN = 10; //This pin is used to tell the nRF24 whether the SPI communication is a command or message to send out
byte counter = 1; //used to count the packets sent
bool done = false; //used to know when to stop sending packets
RF24 wirelessSPI(pinCE, pinCSN); // Create your nRF24 object or wireless SPI connection
const uint64_t wAddress = 0xB00B1E50D2LL;              // Pipe to write or transmit on
const uint64_t rAddress = 0xB00B1E50B1LL;  //pipe to recive data on
int msg[1];


void setup()  
{
  Serial.begin(9600);   //start serial to communicate process
  wirelessSPI.begin();            //Start the nRF24 module
  wirelessSPI.openWritingPipe(wAddress);        //open writing or transmit pipe

}


void loop()  
{
   while(1){
      msg[0]=222;
      wirelessSPI.write(msg, 1);
      
    }
   }

Any idea would be great. Thanks in advance

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