Eglish made the trip to Beragh on Thursday night and they recorded a comfortable win to cement their place at the top of the table. Luke Donnelly gave them the perfect start with an early goal and Conor McCann got one at the end of the first half as well. Ethan Jordan and Seamus Muldoon were among the points for the winners with Conor Owens, Martin Rodgers and Cathair Donnelly on target for the Red Knights.
Cookstown 1-6 Galbally 0-13
Galbally closed the gap at the top of the table to a single point thanks to a hard earned win at Cookstown. Conor Donaghy was in superb form for the Pearses from frees with Conor Quinn and Niall Quinn also on target. The Father Rocks had enjoyed a dream start to the game with a Luke Cullen goal but despite points from John Gilmore and Barry Potter they couldn’t peg back the three point interval deficit.
Gortin 2-10 Kildress 2-17
Gortin’s title hopes received a setback when they were beaten at home by Kildress. Mattie McGuigan top scored for the Wolfe Tones with his haul including their goal with Philip Lennon, Shea Murphy and Shea Loughran also on target. Shane Clarke and Sean McKenna got the Gortin goals with Sean Og McAleer and Ruairi Keenan featuring among their points.
Pomeroy 0-17 Rock 1-7
Pomeroy are still very much in the race for the title and they moved up to third place in the table after beating neighbours Rock at Plunkett Park. Frank Burns, Ronan Duffin, Jude Campbell and Ryan Loughran all contributed points for the winners with Conor McCreesh and Aidan McGarrity getting all of Rock’s points between them and Kevin Mallon bagging their goal.
Owen Roes 1-15 Clogher 0-13
Owen Roes collected two precious points at home to Clogher to edge further away from the danger zone. Cathal McShane led the way in the scoring stakes for the hosts with 0-9 to his name with Michael Dooher getting the goal and Seamus Dooher and Tony Devine also on target. Ryan McCaughey, Conor Shields and Ciaran Bogue were among the Eire Ogs marksmen.
Eskra 0-11 Naomh Eoghan 0-9
Eskra gave their survival hopes a huge shot in the arm when they collected their second win of the campaign at the expense of Naomh Eoghan. Joe McCarroll, Peter Hughes and Cathal Meegan all weighed in with points for the Emmetts while Aidan McSorley top scored for the visitors with Tiernan Mayse and Eoin Devine also on target.
Aghyaran 0-13 Killeeshil 2-11
Killeeshil still have hopes of appearing in the promotion playoffs and they did their chances no harm with a good victory away to Aghyaran. Pascal Donaghy and Jason Doyle got their goals with Donaghy, Tomas Hoy and Liam Hughes all hitting points. Pearse Goan, Benny Gallen, Ethan McHugh and Johnny Connolly were among the points for the St.Davogs.