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Two goals in the final quarter saw Trillick come from behind to beat Galbally at Donnelly Park on Saturday evening. James Garrity and Daley Tunney got them after Ciaran Daly had found the net in the first half in a game were Lee Brennan top scored for the hosts. Conor Donaghy once again led the way in the scoring stakes for the Pearses with Daniel Kerr and Joseph Corrigan also on target.
Donaghmore’s survival hopes received a setback when they lost at home to Omagh. Conan Grugan, Callum Daly and Ronan O’Neill were among the points for the visitors with Daniel McCrossan grabbing their goal. Shea Hamill got an early goal for Donaghmore on a day when they had points from Ronan Cassidy, Cormac McCann and Ryan Cush.
Dungannon were thumping winners away to a Greencastle side who have it all to do to get away from danger. Paul Donaghy, Paudie McNulty and Kevin Barker all found the net for the Clarkes with Oisin Cowan, Sean Cowan and Donaghy among their points. Sean Warnock scored the Greencastle goal with Mark Carson and Enda Clarke among their points.
Dromore are top of the table after a convincing win away to a Moortown side that remain in deep trouble. Aodhan O’Donnell and Sean McNabb got the goals for the St.Dympnas with Tiernan Sludden and Declan McNulty among their points. Ryan Kelly, Shea Lawn and Peter Devlin had points for the St.Malachys.
Errigal Ciaran had the minimum to spare over Carrickmore at Dunmoyle. Ruairi Canavan, Tommy Canavan and Darragh Canavan hit a dozen points between them for the winners with Niall Allison, Lorcan McGarrity and Stephen Grogan on target for the St.Colmcilles.
Edendork secured a superb win at home to Killyclogher for a result that preserves their senior status. Daire Conway got their goal inside sixty seconds with County duo Darren McCurry and Niall Morgan hitting 0-11 between them and Harry Og Conlon and Conn Kilpatrick weighing in with a brace each. Mark Bradley and Mark Hayes got the Killyclogher goal with Conall and Oisin McCann among their points.