Tattyreagh made it seven points from their last four games to escape the drop with their latest victory coming at Aghyaran. Ciaran Mullin and Ger McElholm got their goals with James Darcy, Peadar Mullan and Johnny Harkin among their points. Dermot McHugh, Ethan McHugh and Ronan McNamee were on target for the St.Davogs.
Pomeroy finished third in the table after a convincing win away to Beragh in what was effectively a dead rubber. Jude Campbell bagged the only goal of the game for the Plunketts with Kieran McGeary, Brendan Burns, Ronan Duffin, Frank Burns and Ryan Loughran all featuring among their points. Conor Owens top scored for the Red Knights with Ben McSorley and Matthew McSorley also on target.
In a dramatic last day Clogher grabbed themselves a lifeline via the relegation playoffs thanks to a narrow win over a Naomh Eoghan side who are safe despite this defeat. Ciaran Bogue got the Eire Ogs goal with Ryan McCaughey, Conor Shields and Mark Bogue among their points. Gary Eoin Mayse had scored an early goal for the visitors on a day when Kevin Gallagher and Eoin Devine were among their points.
Galbally finished runners up in Division two after coming out on top in a high scoring encounter away to a Gortin side who are also in the promotion playoffs. Conor Donaghy once again led the way in the scoring stakes for the Pearses with Liam Rafferty and Sean Murphy also providing points and Neil Hagan and Dylan McVeigh getting their goals. Odhran Brolly, Ruairi Keenan and Sean Og McAleer were all on the scoresheet for Gortin.
Kildress just missed out on the promotion playoff places despite beating league champions Eglish at Gortacladdy. Shea Quinn got the Wolfe Tones goal in the last minute to win the game and he also provided points as did Mattie McGuigan, Philip Lennon and Johnny Connolly. Enda O’Donnell and Jack Muldoon got the Eglish goals with Luke Donnelly, Paul Mason and Ryan McKenna featuring among their points.
Jason Doyle grabbed a goal with virtually the last kick of the game to earn Killeeshil a draw and it could well win them a place in the promotion playoffs should one of the top five go on and win the championship. Tomas Hoy, Pascal Donaghy and Liam Hughes all weighed in with points while Cathal McShane top scored for Owen Roes with Niall McAleer getting their goal and midfielder Tony Devine a brace of points.
Unless they go on and win the championship Eskra’s stay in Intermediate football will have come to an end after they lost away to a Rock side who are safe as a result of this victory. Liam Nugent hit 1-4 for the winners with Aidan McGarrity kicking a number of points as well and Eoin Gallagher also on target. Peter Hughes, Conor O’Hagan and Joe McCarroll were among the points for the Emmetts.
Cookstown were well beaten at home by Edendork and that means that they will travel to Clogher for a sudden death relegation playoff. Darren McCurry was in outstanding form for the winners with his points haul in double figures as well as scoring a goal while Niall Morgan also raised two green flags and Stephen Gervin got a goal as well. Luke Cullen got the goal for the Father Rocks with Matthew Carberry, Danny McElhatton and Niall McMurray featuring among their points.