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All County League
Dromore 1-8 Greencastle 1-8
Carrickmore 0-11 Edendork 0-12
Eglish 0-13 Killyclogher 1-13
Loughmacrory 1-14 Dungannon 3-10
Coalisland 1-10 Trillick 0-13
Moortown 4-10 Galbally 0-13
Errigal Ciaran 0-6 Donaghmore 0-10
League leaders Dromore dropped their first point of the campaign when they were held at home by Greencastle. Colm McRory and Enda Clarke got the goals for their respective sides with Tiernan Sludden, Conor Colton, Sean Warnock and Mark Carson among the points with the latter getting the equaliser.
Carrickmore tasted defeat for the first time this season as Edendork made it three wins on the bounce. Star of the show for the St.Malachys was County attacker Darren McCurry with 0-10 to his name with Conor Maxwell getting a brace of points as well. Danny Fullerton top scored for the home side with Stephen Grogan and Ruairi Loughran also on target.
Killyclogher edged the verdict at Connolly Park against Eglish. Oran Toal scored the only goal of the game with Conall McCann, Tiernan McCann and Gavin Potter providing points for the winners. Matthew McGleenan, Ethan Jordan and Luke Donnelly were among the points for the hosts.
Dungannon produced a fine display to win away to Loughmacrory. Paddy Quinn scored two goals either side of a major from Paul Donaghy with the latter and Conor McKee among the points for the Clarkes. Leo Meenan got the Loughmacrory goal with Cathaoir Gallagher and Cathal Donaghy providing points.
Ryan Gray scored the equaliser as Trillick took a share off the spoils from their trip to Coalisland. Tiernan Quinn got the only goal of the game with Cathair Quinn and Bailey Leonard also on target for the Fianna. Lee Brennan top scored for the St.Macartans with James Garrity also among their points.
Moortown picked up their first win of the campaign when they defeated Galbally on home soil. After a close first half the St.Malachys had second half goals from Ryan Kelly, Brian McLernon, Blaine Ryan and Paddy Quinn to win the day with Peter Devlin notching a number of points. Conor Donaghy led the way in the scoring stakes for the Pearses with Mark Donnelly, Sean Hughes and Ronan Nugent featuring among the points as well.
Donaghmore emerged victorious from their trip to Dunmoyle with points for the St.Patricks coming from Cormac McCann, Ryan Cush and keeper Lorcan Quinn. Tommy Canavan, Mark Kavanagh and Ethan Neill were the Errigal Ciaran marksmen.