Cormac McCann, Deasun Quinn and the McKenna brothers Peter and Niall were among the points as Donaghmore won at home to Gortin. Eoghan McGarvey top scored for the visitors with three points with Ruairi Keenan also on target.
Fergal McNulty scored a late equaliser for Urney as they finished all square at home to Pomeroy. Ryan Henry and McNulty were the main scorers for the St.Columbas with Ollie McCreesh, Gabhan Goodfellow and Hugh McNamee on target for the Plunketts.
Patrick Quinn scored both Dungannon goals including a late winner as they edged out Derrytresk at O’Neill Park. Lorcan Mallon and Keifer Morgan got a couple of points each for the Clarkes with Niall Gavin weighing in with half a dozen for the visitors.
Sean Cavanagh, Peter Mallon and Eunan Deeney got the goals with Cavanagh, Mallon and Colm Cavanagh featuring among the points as Moy made it three wins from three at the expense of Aghaloo. Gary O’Gorman and Ruairi McGlone got the Aghaloo goals with Tiarnan Donnelly and O’Gorman among the points as well.
Stewartstown won by the minimum margin in a high scoring thriller at Moortown. Cathal Devlin, Anton Coyle and Dan Lowe got the Harps’ goals with Shane McKeown, Conor Herron and Daniel Kelly finding the net for the St.Malachys.
Loughmacrory collected their second win of the campaign with an early Niall Grimes goal proving decisive at home to Aghyaran. Cathal Donaghy, John Gallagher, Ronan McHugh and Ronan McNamee featured among the points for their respective sides.
Derrylaughan and Brackaville took place on Saturday evening and it was the Kevin Barrys who emerged victorious. Brendan Quinn got a brace of goals with Ciaran Quinn bagging the other one for the visitors. Martin Gervin and Rian McHugh got the goals for the Roes.