Lee Brennan struck for two injury time goals as County champions Trillick came from behind to beat newly promoted Galbally. Daire Gallagher and Brennan had found the net in the first half for the St.Macartans with Kieran McCrory replying for the Pearses. Points from Sean Murphy, Ronan Nugent and Christopher Morris coupled with a Paul Rafferty goal had the visitors on the verge of victory until Brennan took centre stage. 000
Connor McAliskey scored the only goal of the game with PJ Lavery, Ryan T O’Neill and Danny McNulty among the points as defending league champions Clonoe won at Augher. Daire Kavanagh, Eoin Keenan and Darragh Donnelly were among the points for the hosts.
Newly promoted Edendork travelled to Strabane and came away with a 1-14 to 0-10 win. Stephen Gervin got the only goal of the game late on with Niall Morgan and Conn Kilpatrick supplying points for the St.Malachys. Warner Mullan, Hayden McNamee and Danny McBride weighed in with points for the Sigersons.
Conor O’Neill and Eoin McCusker scored 1-6 between them as Dromore beat newly promoted Kildress on home soil. Niall Quinn got the Wolfe Tones goal late on with Martin Grimes and Damian Kelly among their points.
Darren Canavan weighed in with five points while Eoin Kelly and team Captain Cathal McRory got second half goals as Errigal Ciaran won at Carrickmore. Mickey Donaghy got four points for the St.Colmcilles with Conor Gormley and Martin Penrose scoring a brace each.
The Ardboe v Coalisland game was abandoned in the closing stages after an injury to Michael Lynn. The Fianna were leading 2-11 to 1-11 at the time with goals from Peter McGahan and Plunkett Kane, John McConville with the Rossas’ major.
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888 Greencastle 0-7 Killclogher 3-16 Trillick 4-10 Galbally 2-12 Dromore 1-10 Kildress 1-5 Eglish V Omagh (Tue Night) Strabane 0-10 Edendork 1-14 Ardboe V Coalisland (Match abandoned due to injury) An Charraig Mhór 0-9 Errigal Ciaran 2-10 Augher 0-12 Clonoe 1-17 000000 Killyclogher made the short trip to play Greencastle on Saturday afternoon and they came away with a resounding 3-17 to 0-7 win. James Carlin, Tiernan McCann and Conor Meenan got their goals with Conall McCann, Leo Meenan and Mark Bradley featuring among their points. Mark Carson and Peter McKenna were the marksmen for the disappointing hosts. Final Score – Greencastle 0-7 Killclogher 3-16