Trillick travelled to Dunmoyle and came away with a four point success against Errigal Ciaran. James Garrity, Liam Gray and Ryan Gray were among the points for the visitors with Joe Oguz, Ronan McRory and Mark Kavanagh on target for the hosts.
Dromore secured a good win on the road as well at Clonoe. Emmett McNabb, Colm MacRory, Ronan McNabb and Tiernan Sludden all contributed points for the St.Dympnas with Danny McNulty, Paul Coney and Declan McClure responding for the O’Rahillys.
A first half goal from Aidan Woods proved to be the crucial score as Pomeroy made home advantage count against Edendork. Ronan Lagan and Ronan Duffin had points for the Plunketts while Stephen Corr, Conor Mallon and Emmett Hughes had scores for the visitors.
It finished honours even at Pearse Park between Galbally and Omagh. The Pearses led early on thanks to a Cormac Donnelly goal but points from Conor O’Donnell and Thomas Clarke saw the visitors level at the break. Eoghan McNamee got an early second half Omagh goal but scores from Sean Murphy and Conor Donaghy saw the Pearses take a share of the spoils.
Carrickmore emerged six point winners at home to Donaghmore. A Lorcan McBride goal separated the two sides at the interval, Niall McKenna and Barry Daly with points for their respective sides. Shane Mulgrew and Ciaran Daly traded points on the restart before Carrickmore pulled clear with scores from Daniel Fullerton and Ciaran Daly.
Killyclogher staged a comeback at home to Coalisland in a contest that saw three players sent off. The Fianna led 1-6 to 0-3 at the interval with Plunkett Kane their goal scorer and Paddy McNeice and Cormac O’Hagan among the points. Simon O’Neill and Oisin McCann closed the gap with Mark Hayes bagging two goals to put the hosts in front. A McNeice goal levelled matters before Tiernan Cox won the day for Killyclogher.
A late penalty from Michael Conroy saw Moy secure local bragging rights away to neighbours Eglish. Ryan Coleman, Conroy and defender Paddy Lavery were among the points for the visitors with Luke Donnelly, Ethan Jordan and Seamus Muldoon on target for Eglish.
Derrylaughan upset the odds with a deserved win at Dungannon despite finishing the contest with thirteen men. James Donnelly got the only goal of the game for the Loughshore men with Tomas Carney and Ciaran Quinn supplying points. Kiefer Morgan, Conor McKee and Paddy Quinn all registered for the Clarkes.
Loughmacrory made the trip to the Loughshore to take on Ardboe and they came away with a 0-13 to 1-9 victory. Mattie Bell got the only goal of the game while Kyle Coney and David Mulgrew had points for Ardboe but the St.Theresas came out on top thanks to scores from Colm Logue, Paraic Meenagh, Cathaoir Gallagher and Cathal Donaghy, the latter with the winner.