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All County League
Owen Roes 0-12 Aghyaran 1-11
Clogher 1-11 Derrylaughan 3-12
Pomeroy 1-14 Killeeshil 0-11
Clonoe 4-17 Beragh 2-9
Moy 2-11 Rock 2-8
Stewartstown 0-16 Kildress 1-15
Tattyreagh 0-9 Strabane 2-15
Aghyaran had a hard fought win away to Owen Roes with Benny Gallen’s late first half goal proving crucial. The McHughs Ronan, Ethan and Eoghan hit all of the St.Davogs points between them with Peter Kirk, Ronan McNulty and Niall McAleer responding for Owen Roes.
Derrylaughan came out on top on their trip to Clogher. Stephen McGrath grabbed a brace of goals with Tomas Carney also finding the net while James Donnelly, Ciaran Quinn and Ciaran Gervin had points. Marc McConnell got the Eire Ogs goal with Ryan McCaughey, Conor Shields and Rory McElroy providing points.
Pomeroy made home advantage at Plunkett Park count against Killeeshil. Leo Quinn grabbed the only goal of the game with Hugh McNamee and Ronan Duffin getting points for the winners with Tomas Hoy, Conall Monaghan and Luke Donnelly replying for Killeeshil.
Clonoe were in fine scoring form at home to Beragh as they maintained their one hundred percent record. James Taggart (2), Fintan McClure and Declan McClure got their goals with Daryl Magee and Ryan Quinn among their points. Conor Owens top scored for the Red Knights with his haul including both goals with Declan McCann, Martin Rodgers, Oisin Donnelly and Jonathan Owens providing points as well.
Moy had three points to spare at home to Rock. Ryan Coleman and Declan Conroy got their goals as well as seven points between them with Jamie Coleman raising a few white flags as well. Conor McGarrity was in superb form for the visitors with a goal as well as a number of points with Thomas Mackle bagging their other major.
Kildress had a hard earned win at Stewartstown with Corey Holland scoring the only goals of the game. Matty McGuigan, Shea Murphy and Caolan McNamee had points for the Wolfe Tones with Conor Quinn, Macaulay Quinn and Tiernan Rush responding for the Harps.
Strabane turned on the style with a comfortable victory at Tattyreagh. Oran McGrath and Haydn McNamee notched 2-8 between them for the Sigersons with Conal Crawford and Dylan Arnold getting a brace of points each as well. Keelan McDonagh provided four points for Tattyreagh with Callum Leonard and Ronan Collins also getting their names on the scoresheet.