An early Patrick McKearney goal sent Dungannon on their way to victory at Clonoe. Paul Donaghy was in superb form for the Clarkes with 0-10 to his name with Paddy Quinn getting a few as well. Connor McAliskey top scored for the Rahillys with Paul Coney bagging their goal late on.
Peter Teague and Andrew McGrath got a goal in each half as Dromore accounted for Donaghmore on home soil. Thomas McGuigan had given Donaghmore the ideal start with an early goal but their second green flag from Ryan Cush didn’t come until injury time at the end of the game.
Greencastle have certainly hit the ground running on their return to Senior football as they secured an emphatic victory at Ardboe. Mark Carson, Dan Tuohy and Sean Warnock got their goals with Cahir McCullagh landing a number of points. Shay McGuigan and Michael O’Neill were on target for the Rossas.
Killyclogher were in superb form as they won with a bit to spare at home to neighbours Carrickmore. Mark Bradley led the way in their scoring stakes with 1-8 to his name with Mark Hayes, Matthew Murnaghan and Aidy Kelly also on target. Danny Fullerton, Stephen Grogan and keeper Jack McCallan were among the Carrickmore marksmen.
Moortown collected their third win of the campaign when they proved too strong for neighbours Derrylaughan away from home. Tarlach Quinn got the only goal of the game with Ryan Kelly, Brian McLernon and Shea Lawn contributing 0-9 between them. Tomas Carney top scored for the Kevin Barrys with 0-5 with Stephen McGrath and Liam Gervin getting a couple each.
Last season’s D1 top scorer Ryan Coleman weighed in with 2-2 as Moy had the minimum to spare over Loughmacrory. Eoin McGeary got their other goal with Michael Conroy kicking four points. Loughmacrory had led at halftime thanks to a Cathal Donaghy goal, Pauraic Meenagh and Aodhan Donaghy among the visitors points.