Dungannon travelled to Gortin on Saturday evening and came away with a fine win. Keifer Morgan came off the bench to hit five points with Patrick Quinn and Jonathan Toal also on target for the Clarkes. Eoghan McGarvey and Chris McClean featured on the scoresheet for the hosts.
Hugh McNamee and Denver Nugent got the goals as Pomeroy eased to victory at home to Aghaloo. Ruairi McGlone and Gary O’Gorman got points but on the day the visitors were well beaten.
Conor Mullan proved to be the Cookstown hero as he flicked in an injury time goal as the Father Rocks upset the odds on their trip to Derrylaughan. Shea Coney, Liam Gervin and Fergal McAliskey had points for the Kevin Barrys with Owen Mulligan and Dylan Coyle on target for the visitors with Matthew Carberry getting their first goal.
Moy’s unbeaten start to the season came to an end on their trip to Urney. Brian Kelly got the only goal of the game for the St.Columbas with Johnny Lafferty, Jamie McAleer and Ryan Henry supplying points. Sean Cavanagh scored half a dozen points for the visitors with Conall Duffy getting three as well.
Last season’s Intermediate leading scorer Ronan McHugh was in outstanding form as Aghyaran won away to Stewartstown weighing in with all but two of his side’s tally. Macaulay Quinn got the only goal of the game for the Harps with Paul Dillon scoring a number of points.
Eskra secured a landslide victory away to Brackaville with former Tyrone attacker Peter Hughes leading the way in the scoring stakes with a haul that included a goal in each half. The Hacketts Jonathan and Shane as well as Cormac Arkinson and Conor O’Hagan got their other goals.