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All County League
Stewartstown 1-10 Beragh 7-13
Aghyaran 1-18 Rock 1-9
Kildress 0-15 Killeeshil 1-9
Clogher 0-16 Gortin 0-13
Owen Roes 0-17 Tattyreagh 1-5
Strabane 0-9 Derrylaughan 2-15
Beragh remain on the tails of leaders Clonoe after an emphatic win away to Stewartstown. The Red Knights leading marksman Conor Owens bagged a hattrick of goals with Aaron Owens getting a brace and Craig Sweeney and Finn Grimes both raising green flags as well. Anton Coyle got the goal for the Harps with Conor Quinn and Shea Burke among their points.
Aghyaran made home advantage count against Rock with the returning Ronan McHugh in outstanding form. The ace attacker weighed in with fifteen points to his name with Eoghan McHugh getting their goal with Barry McMenamin on target as well. Aidan McGarrity got the Rock goal with Thomas Mackle and Danny McCloskey among their points.
Kildress returned to winning ways when they got the better of Killeeshil at Gortacladdy. Shea Murphy was in superb form for the Wolfe Tones with 0-10 to his name with Phillip Lennon and Mattie McGuigan also getting on the scoresheet as well. Daniel Rafferty got the goal for the visitors with Tomas Hoy and Dillon O’Neill supplying points.
Clogher’s good form continued when they staged a late rally to overcome Gortin on home soil. Ryan McCaughey, Marc McConnell, Ruairi McElroy and Cillian Barkey all had points for the Eire Ogs with Liam Og Mossey, Brian McGarvey and Odhran Brolly responding for Gortin.
A strong second half display saw Owen Roes emerge comfortable winners at home to Tattyreagh. Stephen Harper, Ronan McNulty, Conall McCormack and Ryan McShane all featured among the points for the hosts with Callum Leonard getting the Tattyreagh goal and Keelan McDonagh scoring all their points.
Derrylaughan made the long trip to Strabane and they returned home with the two points in the bag following a convincing display. Ciaran Gervin and Cathal Canavan got the goals for the Kevin Barrys with James Donnelly, Joe Donnelly and Gervin all notching points. Oran McGrath and Haydn McNamee got all but one of the Sigersons tally between them with Anthony Crossan their other marksman on the night.