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Rock were three point winners at home to a Killeeshil who are destined to be in the relegation playoffs as a result of this defeat. Conor McGarrity and Thomas Mackle got the Rock goals with Peter Loughran and Mark Ward hitting 0-8 between them. Tomas Hoy and Cormac Donaghy were among the marksmen for the visitors.
Stewartstown were winners away to Clogher in a high scoring encounter were there was little at stake. Conor Quinn, James Campbell, Gareth Devlin, Tiernan Rushe and Cumhai O’Neill got the Harps goals with Fergal McKenna and Marc McConnell raising green flags for the Eire Ogs with Cillian Barkey and Conor Shields supplying points.
Aghyaran were convincing winners away to Strabane with Ronan McHugh once again their main source of scores with his haul including a hattrick of goals with Ethan McHugh also finding the net. Ethan Corry got the Sigersons goal with Oran McGrath and Haydn McNamee contributing three points each. Philip Lennon, Mattie McGuigan and Cormac Loughran had points for the Wolfe Tones.
Derrylaughan were emphatic winners over an under strength Kildress side at the Loughshore. Ciaran Gervin and James Donnelly both got five points for the Kevin Barrys with the latter also getting their goal and Tomas Carney hitting four points.
Peter Kirk and Tony Devine scored the goals with Stephen Harper coming off the bench to notch three points as Owen Roes made home advantage count against Naomh Eoghan. Dabhog McNamee got the visitors goal with Eoin Devine and Conor Langan among their points.
Beragh were winners at home to Gortin with Conor Owens getting their goal as well as a few points with Martin Rodgers and Oran Tracy also on target. Patrick McCullagh got the Gortin goal with Eoghan McGarvey and Peter Keenan supplying points.
Ryan Loughran got the only goal of the game as Pomeroy beat Moy at Plunkett Park. Ryan Begley, Kieran McGeary, Michael Conroy and Ryan Coleman were among the points for their respective sides.