Stewartstown had a fairly easy win over Castlederg with 11 points separating the two teams at the end was the Harps won 0-15 to 0-4. There was an even spread of scores and scorers for the winners with Macauley Quinn, Gerard O’Neill (4), Cathal Devlin, Shea O’Neill, Dylan Mc Elhatton, Owen O’Donnell (2), Quentin O’Neill and Stephen Talbot among the points.The Derg will be disappointed with their recent form and their scores came from Shane Carlin, Paddy Porter, Adam Traynor and Bradley Devine.
Drumragh continued their fine run of form when they made the short journey to Drumquin and saw off the challenge of the Tones. A low scoring first half saw Drumragh reach the break leading 0-4 to 0-2. Daniel O’Neill’s goal early in the second half proved to be the key score and although Drumquin pushed them all the way the Sarsfields got the win. Tommy Murphy, Tommy Mullin, Eoin Montgomery and Andy Colgan got the all important scores for the winners. Frankie Mc Alynn top scored for Drumquin with 0-4 while Oisin Gormley (3) and Ryan Mc Callion completed the scoring
Fintona recorded another win after they saw off the challenge of Brocagh away from home. A very commanding display saw them reach the break 1-6 to 0-1 ahead. There was no let up after the break and the Pearses pulled away to win 2-11 to 0-4. Tommy Mc Grath (2), Niall Murray, Rhys Partington, Aiden Donnelly (1-2), Cathal Starrs (1), Conor Mc Goldrick, Peter Mc Glynn (2) and Conor Mc Gillion (1-1) did the scoring for the Pearses while Mickey Hughes (3) and Michael Carolyn accounted for the Brocagh scores.
Augher bounced back from defeat last day out to see off Brackaville in a high scoring and entertaining fixture 3-15 to 1-16. The Roes produced an impressive first half and led at the break 0-10 to 0-8. Three second half goals from Augher were the key scores in determining the outcome of the game. Gary Ferguson (4) Rian Mc Hugh (1-2) Conor Stock (1) Jason O Neill (1) Tiernan Mc Glinchey (2) Ciaran Gervin (3) (Dale Mc Sorley (1) and Ronan Mc Hugh (2) were on target for the Roes. For a rejuvenated Augher they had key scorers in Darragh Kavanagh (0-7), Tiernan Mc Elroy (1-1), Aidan Mc Elroy (3), Declan Connolly (1-0), Charlie Cawley (1-0) and two points each from Eoghan Keenan and Dara Donnelly.