Eglish continue to lead the way at the top of the division two table after a close encounter away to Rock. Aidan McGarrity top scored for the home side with 0-6 to his name while Conor McGarrity and Thomas Mackle got their goals. Seamus Muldoon weighed in with 0-7 for the winners with Luke Donnelly and Ethan Jordan among their points as well.
Galbally remain just a point off the pace after seeing off the challenge of Naomh Eoghan at Pearse Park. Sean Murphy and Mark Donnelly got the goals for the hosts with the latter among the points as were Seamus Mulgrew and Conor Donaghy. Tiernan Mayse got the goal for the visitors with Michael Coreless and Brendan Boyle contributing points.
Pomeroy are still in third place and very much in the title hunt after beating Gortin in the game of the day in Intermediate football. Ryan Loughran got both goals for the Plunketts with Ronan Duffin weighing in with 0-7 and Hugh McNamee and Jude Campbell also on target. Odhran Brolly and Sean Og McAleer got the Gortin goals with the latter and Peter Kennan and Sean McKenna hitting points.
Edendork needed a late equaliser from Conn Kilpatrick to earn a share off the spoils at home to Owen Roes. County colleagues Darren McCurry and Cathal McShane both scored 0-7 for their respective sides with Conor Cullen and Tony Devine also on target and Martin O’Neill grabbing the visitors goal.
Killeeshil were narrow winners away to Beragh. Pascal and Cormac Donaghy kicked 0-9 between them for the St.Marys with Michael O’Neill and Tomas Hoy also on target. Conor Owens, Martin Rodgers and Callum Corrigan all featured among the points for the Red Knights.
Kildress came from behind at halftime to win against a Clogher side who failed to score in the second period. Marc McConnell got a goal and a couple of points for the Eire Ogs with Ryan McCaughey getting a brace as well. Shea Treacy and Corey Holland got the goals for the Wolfe Tones with Philip Lennon, Shea Quinn and Mattie McGuigan among their points.
Cookstown secured a crucial victory in their bid to get away from the danger zone when goals proved the difference at home to Aghyaran. John Gilmore, Conor O’Neill and Ryan Pickering all found the net for the Father Rocks with Benny Gallen and Dermot McHugh providing points for the St.Davogs.
Joe McCarroll kicked Eskra’s last four points as they rallied to secure a precious point at home to neighbours Tattyreagh in what was a game that neither side could afford to lose. Peter Hughes and Johnny Hackett were also on target for the Emmetts while Brendan Armstrong got the Tattyreagh goal and James Darcy, Peadar Mullan and Caolan McDonagh points.