Galbally continue to set the pace at the summit of the division two table after a comfortable win at Eskra. Mark Donnelly, Enda McGarrity, Conor Donaghy and Sean Wylie were among the points for the Pearses with Peter Hughes on target for the Emmets and Joe McCarroll bagging the only goal of the contest.
Eglish remain unbeaten and just a point off the pace after seeing off the challenge of Cookstown on home soil. Conor McKenna led the way in the scoring stakes for the St.Patricks with Dan Muldoon also on target and Colm Byrne grabbing their goal.
Gortin are the third side on this division who are unbeaten although they had to settle for a share off the spoils at home to Aghyaran. Ciaran Brolly got the Gortin goal with Eoghan McGarvey and Sean McKenna among their points. Benny Gallen and Ethan McHugh provided points for the St.Davogs with Shea Gallagher scoring a late goal to earn them a draw.
Kildress were winners over neighbours Rock in a high scoring encounter. Philip Lennon and Corey Holland got the Kildress goals with Mattie McGuigan and Shea Quinn among their point scorers. Thomas Mackle and Shea Daly raised green flags for Rock with Conor McGarrity and Shane Murphy among their points.
Clogher collected their first points of the campaign thanks to a welcome win at Beragh. Mark and Ciaran Bogue for the goals for the Eire Ogs with Michael McCaughey and Marc McConnell among their points. Conor Owens top scored for the Red Knights with Oran Treacy also on the mark.
Owen Roes came with a late rally to salvage a share off the spoils away to Naomh Eoghan. Aidan McSorley, Kevin Gallagher and Conor Traynor had points for the hosts with Cathal McShane top scoring for the visitors and Niall McAleer grabbing a late equaliser.
Pomeroy were emphatic winners over Tattyreagh at Plunkett Park. Frank Burns and Jude Campbell both weighed in with 1-3 for the winners on the night with Brendan Burns also on the scoresheet. James Darcy got the Tattyreagh goal with Johnny Harkin kicking all but one of their points.
Edendork made home advantage count against Killeeshil with Darren McCurry and Harry Og Conlon among their marksmen. Cormac Donaghy top scored for the visitors with his haul also including a goal with Pascal Donaghy and Tomas Hoy weighing in with a brace of points each.