Jason Doyle and Paul O’Neill got the goals with Pascal Donaghy, Michael O’Neill and Tomas Hoy landing 0-11 between them as Killeeshil won at home to Clogher. Ciaran Bogue got the Clogher goal as well as a couple of points with Marc McConnell and Ryan McCaughey also on target.
Pomeroy’s good run of form continued when they had a comprehensive win away to Cookstown with Frank Burns, Kieran McGeary, Hugh McNamee and Jude Campbell all getting their names on the scoresheet. Barry Potter and Callan Kelly had points for the Father Rocks with John McIvor getting their goal.
Seamus Muldoon and Luke Donnelly got the Eglish goals with Conor McKenna, Ethan Jordan and Colm Byrne among their points as Eglish moved back to the top of the table with a win at Eskra. Johnny Hackett got the Eskra goal with Joe McCarroll and Aaron Kelly contributing points.
Aidan McSorley, Eoin Devine, Kevin Gallagher, Conor Traynor and Niall Mayse all registered as Naomh Eoghan won at home to Rock. Conor McCreesh and Conor McGarrity got the Rock goals with Aidan McGarrity and Diarmuid Carroll among their points.
Kildress made the trip to Aghyaran and came away with the spoils. Mattie McGuigan top scored for the Wolfe Tones with Shea Murphy, Shea Quinn and Philip Lennon among their points as well. Benny Gallen, Ethan McHugh and Tiarnan McSorley all registered for the St.Davogs.
Tattyreagh picked up their first win of the campaign when they got the better of Owen Roes on home soil. Johnny Harkin got the all important goal after only three minutes with James Darcy top scoring with 0-5 and Peadar Mullan also on target. Cathal McShane, Tony Devine and Ruairi Boylan were among the points for the visitors.
Beragh made the trip to Galbally and came away with a surprise but fully merited win when their ability to get goals proved key. Declan McCann got two goals with Chris Devlin getting the other right at the end of the contest while Martin Rodgers and Conor Owens supplied points. Conor Donaghy, Cormac Donnelly, Barry Carberry and Ronan Nugent were on target for the Pearses.