Augher produced the result of the weekend in division one when they had a superb three point win away to Carrickmore. The hosts led by seven points at one stage but Augher substitute Liam Connolly proved to be the match winner with a late goal. Darragh Donnelly and Darragh Kavanagh hit 3-7 between them for the winners. Paul McAleer, Finbar Magill and Conor Gormley got the Carrickmore goals.
Coalisland played for fifty minutes with only fourteen men but they still proved too strong for Galbally at Pearse Park. Plunkett Kane, Sean Corr and Stephen McNally contributed a number of points for the Fianna with Cathair Quinn and Peter McGahan getting their goals. Sean Murphy got the Galbally goal with his cousin Declan getting three points.
Dromore are the only side left in the top flight with a one hundred percent record after they accounted for neighbours Trillick. Hugh McNulty got the only goal of the game with Eoin McCusker, Sean McDonnell and Ciaran McCoy getting a dozen points between them. Daire Gallagher top scored for Trillick with four points with Niall Gormley getting a couple as well.
Cahir McCullagh scored 1-4, Dan Tuohy got a goal while Mark Carson and Barry McGarvey got seven points between them as Greencastle got their first league points of 2016. Peter McCann and Sean McKillion scored 0-9 between them for Eglish but their goals from Colm Byrne and Conor McCann came too late to save them.
It finished honours even between Strabane and Kildress at Sigerson Park as both sides broke their points duck. Philip Lennon scored 1-5 for the Wolfe Tones with Se Doherty getting the Strabane goal.
Wing half back Michael O’Neill weighed in with 1-2 with Shea McGuigan and John McConville getting points as Ardboe won at Edendork. Harry Og Conlon and Darragh Conway got five points between them for the St.Malachys.
Errigal Ciaran are still unbeaten but they dropped their first point of the season when drawing with defending champions Clonoe at Dunmoyle. Paudge McAnenly got Errigal’s goal with midfielder Padraig McGirr getting two points including the late equaliser. PJ Lavery, Dwayne Quinn and Danny McNulty got seven points between them for the O’Rahillys.