Daniel Fullerton hit 1-6 for Carrickmore as they overcame Clonoe in Clonoe. He was one of nine contributors on the scoresheet for Carrickmore on the afternoon. Mickey Donaghy hit 0-2 with the remainder of the points coming from the boots of Aidan Fullerton, Mark Donnelly, Sean Loughran, Ruairi Slane, Caolan Daly, Brian Conway and Ciaran Daly. Clonoe’s top scorer was Connor McAliskey with 0-5. Veteran Stephen McNulty landed two points as did Ryan McCabe and Ryan Morrow with the other point coming from Fintan McClure.
Errigal Ciaran 2-9 Ardboe 0-15
Darragh Canavan popped over 0-5 for Errigal as they shared the points with Ardboe in Dunmoyle. A rare Aidan McCrory goal followed by a second from Joe Oguz had the home side in charge of the contest. Aaron McAnenely, Declan Quinn and Padraig McGirr were also on the score sheet for Errigal. Shay McGuigan hit 0-4 for the visitors and there was three points apiece for DD Mulgrew and Kyle Coney. Daniel Quinn, Cormac Quinn and CJ McGourty added points for Ardboe and it was left to Eugene Og Teague to hit the injury time equaliser. The second of two of his points on the afternoon.
Killyclogher 3-8 Loughmacrory 0-12
Killyclogher kept their excellent run going with a home win over Loughmacrory this afternoon. Two first half goals from Mark Bradley and Oisin McCann set the tone for the victory. Bradley finished the game with 1-2. Mattie Devlin fired home a third goal in the second half with further points from Conal McCann, Oisin McCann and Tiarnan McCann helping the Killyclogher cause. Marc Flanagan and Gavin Potter also slotted over points for the home side.
Moy 2-8 Dromore 0-18
Moy had led 2-1 to 0-2 inside 13 mins at home to Dromore thanks to two goals and a point from Ryan Coleman but that was as good as it got today for the Tir na nOg men. Coleman finished the match with 2-5 to his name. Jamie Coleman and Michael Conroy contributing 0-3 between them. Dromore had their own ace marksman in Emmett McNabb who split the posts nine times during the game. Ronan McNabb hit 0-3 with Colm McCrory also continuing a good run of form with 0-2. Peter Teague, Niall Sludden, Colm O’Neill and Cahir Goodwin got the remaining scores for Dromore.
Trillick 0-15 Donaghmore 2-7
Trillick are joint top of the league this evening glowing a two point win over Donaghmore at Donnelly Park. Lee Breenan top scorer for the home side hitting 0-6 over the hour with Ciaran Daly and Ryan Gray contributing 0-7 between them. Daniel McDonnell and Matthew Donnelly hit a point apiece for the Reds. Conor Cush top scored for St Patrick’s with 1-5 but the most bizarre score of the match came from the boot of goalkeeper Lorcan Quinn who hit a long range free all the way into the net to open the scoring for Donaghmore. Cormac McCann and Fergal Donaghy added the other two points for Donaghmore.
Omagh 3-12 Moortown 0-13
Ronan O’Neill was on fire in O’Neills Healy Park this afternoon hammering home an incredible 3-5 for the home side in an eight point win. Jason McAnulla and Tom Donaghy hit a brace of points for St Enda’s with Conan Grugan, Finbar Taggart, Oisin Millar, Damien McGuigan and Eoghan McNamee all contributing to the Omagh cause. Ryan Kelly was also in fine scoring form for the visitors slotting 0-10 during the contest. Tarlach Quinn, Shea Lawn and Thomas Doris slotted over the remaining points for the St Malachy’s men.
Dungannon 4-12 Coalisland 1-14
Paul Donaghy is a man in fine form for the Clarkes these day and this afternoon he he continued his rich form in front of the sticks contributing 1-8 to the cause. Patrick Quinn 1-3, Patrick Molloy and Dalaigh Jones smashed home majors for the home side and Lorcan Mallon clipped over a point as Dungannon eased to a seven point victory. Paddy McNeice top scored for the Fianna with 1-3 in a game which saw eight players register scores for the visitors. Sean Corr, Peter Heron, Plunkett Kane and Tiarnan Quinn all hit a brace of points with Niall Devlin, Bailey Leonard and Eoin Rankin all adding scores.
Derrylaughan 0-8 Greencastle 1-9
It was a must win game for Derrylaughan at the Washingbay but it wasn’t to be for the Kevin Barry’s as Greencastle came away with both points. Tomas Carney hit 0-5 for the losing side with Feral McAliskey and Ciaran Quinn hitting 0-3 between them.