Killyclogher came out on top on their trip to Moortown with Dara Hayes getting the only goal of the game. Barry Potter, Oisin McCann and Ben Armstrong got points for the winners with Ryan Kelly and Peter Devlin on target for the St.Malachys.
Errigal Ciaran made home advantage count in a low scoring encounter with Edendork. Odhran Robinson, Matthew McCarney, Conor Mallon and Ben Cullen were among the points for their respective sides with last year’s TTM Footballer of the Year Tommy Canavan bagging the only goal of the game.
Defending champions Trillick travelled to Donaghmore and came home empty handed with goals winning the day for the hosts. Ronan Cassidy got two goals and a number of points with fellow teenager Noah Grimes getting their other major. Lee Brennan top scored for the St.Macartans with Liam Gray and Michael Gallagher also on target.
Omagh had the minimum to spare over Coalisland in a contest that was close from start to finish. Ronan O’ Neill and Tiarnan Quinn led the way in the scoring stakes for their respective sides with Cormac O’Hagan, Ruairi McHugh, Ryan McBride and Tom Donaghy all on the scoresheet as well.
Dromore got off to a winning start at Gardrum Park against Dungannon. Colm MacRory top scored for the St.Dymnas with their goal as well as a number of points with Declan McNulty, Sean McNabb and keeper Mark McGale contributing on the scoresheet as well. Paul Donaghy and Sean Cowan got the goals for the Clarkes with James Morgan and Patrick Molloy supplying points.
Loughmacrory had a convincing win at Greencastle with Dara Curran and Gareth Donaghy their goal scorers. John McCullagh, Enda Clarke and Cahir McCullagh all supplied points for the home side with Cathaoir Gallagher, Pauraic Meenagh and Eoin McEholm raising white flags for the St.Thereseas. Eoghan Devlin, Shea O’ Hare and Conall Devlin all had points for the Rossas.
Carrickmore returned home from the Loughshore with the two points in the bag after beating Ardboe. Sean Donnelly got their goal with Lorcan McGarrity their top scorer with Sean Loughran also on target.
Conor Donaghy was the hero for Galbally when he knocked over a long range free deep into injury time to edge the verdict against Eglish. The Donnelly brothers Luke and Ryan got the Eglish goals with Seamus Muldoon among their points but Ronan Nugent, Mark Donnelly and Donaghy all scored to ensure a win for the Pearses.