Killeeshil upset the odds with a fully merited derby victory at home to previously unbeaten leaders Galbally. Tomas Hoy and Cormac Donaghy got a brace of goals each for the hosts with Jason Doyle and defender Bernard O’Neill featuring among their points. Mark Donnelly, Barry Carberry and Conor Donaghy were among the points for the Pearses with Cormac Donnelly getting their goal late on.
Eglish are the new pacesetters in Intermediate football after a comfortable win away to bottom of the table Tattyreagh. Luke Donnelly , Conor McKenna, Emmet McKenna and Enda O’Donnell got the goals for the visitors. Peadar Mullan, Caolan McDonagh and Conor Taggart had points for Tattyreagh with Niall Murray and Taggart getting the goals late on.
Gortin are joint second in the table and just a point off the pace after a comfortable win at home to Clogher. The evergreen Shane Clarke got their goal with Sean Og McAleer, Eoghan McGarvey and Odhran Brolly all adding points. The Eire Ogs had scores from Marc McConnell, Conor Shields and Jamie Callaghan.
Edendork are beginning to find a bit of form and they won at Gortacladdy against Kildress. Once again Darren McCurry led the way in the scoring stakes for the St.Malachys with Ben Cullen and Niall Morgan on target as well. Shane Murphy, Shea Quinn and Philip Lennon all supplied points on the night for the Wolfe Tones.
Rock made the short trip to Paddy Cullen Park to take on Cookstown and they returned home with two welcome points. Aidan McGarrity bagged two goals for the winners with Thomas Mackle also finding the net while Conor McCreesh and Liam Nugent both weighed in with points. John Gilmore got the Cookstown goal with Barry Potter top scoring for them on the night with John McIvor among the points as well.
County attacker Cathal McShane was in fine form for Owen Roes as they edged out Beragh on home soil. He finished with 1-7 to his name on a night when Niall McAleer and Mickey Dooher was also on target. Conor Owens top scored for the Red Knights with Oisin Donnelly and Mattie McSorley also providing scores.
Aghyaran were always in control at home to Eskra. Cormac McHugh and Eoghan McHugh got the goals for the St.Davogs with Ronan McNamee, Benny Gallen and Pearse Goan among the points. Cormac Arkinson got the Eskra goal with Aaron Kelly and Paul Turbitt both scoring points.
Pomeroy made home advantage count at Plunkett Park to see off the challenge of Naomh Eoghan. Hugh Cunningham and Kieran McGeary got the goals for the winners with Jude Campbell, McGeary and Burns among their points. Aidan McSorley was in superb form for the visitors with 0-8 to his name while Tiarnan Mayse got their goal and Kevin Gallagher also scored.