Killyclogher are the new leaders in division one after a good win at Donaghmore. Mark Bradley and Dara Hayes got the all important second half goals for the St.Marys with Tiernan Cox, Caolan O’Hagan and Bradley contributing points. Conor Cush led the way in the scoring stakes for Donaghmore with Thomas McGuigan and Brannon Molloy also on target.
Loughmacrory came from behind to secure a superb narrow victory at home to Trillick. Leo Meenan got the only goal of the game with points for the winners coming from Cathaoir Gallagher, Pauraic Meenagh and keeper Oisin O’Kane. Lee Brennan top scored for the visitors with 0-7 with Sean O’Donnell and Liam Gray also on target.
At the seventh time of asking Derrylaughan broke their points duck when two late scores earned them a share off the spoils away to neighbours Ardboe. Fergal McAliskey grabbed a first half goal for the Kevin Barrys on a night when Tomas Carney top scored for them and Ciaran Quinn and James Donnelly were also on the mark. Shea McGuigan, Kyle Coney and CJ McGourty weighed in with a dozen points between them for the Rossas.
Clonoe turned the formbook on its head with an excellent win away to County champions Dromore. Ryan Quinn bagged both goals for the Rahillys with Connor McAliskey and Stephen McNulty getting all of their points between them. Declan McNulty was the leading marksman for the St.Dympnas with Odhran Rafferty and Colm MacRory on target as well.
Dungannon scored a late point to secure a share off the spoils on their trip to Moortown. Paul Donaghy top scored for the Clarkes with his haul including a goal from the penalty spot while Ben Gormley got their other goal and Paddy Quinn was among the points. Ryan Kelly hit half a dozen points for the hosts with Brian McLernon getting a few and Peter Devlin raising a green flag.
There was another stalemate at Greencastle as the hosts got the last two points to deny Coalisland victory. Cathaoir Quinn got the only goal of the game for the Fianna with his brother Tiernan hitting half a dozen points. Cahir McCullagh, Mark Carson and Sean Fox were all to the fore in the scoring stakes for the home side.
Errigal Ciaran were in fine form as they secured a convincing win away to Moy. Ben McDonnell and Darragh Canavan got their goals with Tommy Canavan top scoring with an impressive 0-9 to his name. Michael Conroy top scored for the home side with Ryan Coleman and Colm Cavanagh also on target.