Cookstown Fr Rock’s overcame Ardboe at Paddy Cullen park this afternoon thanks to an Owen Mulligan free deep into injury time. Cookstown led at the break by 2-4 to 0-7 thanks to goals from Owen Mulligan and John Gilmore. Ardboe were much brighter in the second half with Coney, Anthony Devlin and Frank, Tommy and Brian McGuigan all on the scoresheet. The Fr Rock’s were three points behind with five minutes due mainly to the accuracy of Kyle Coney who finished the game with 0-6. However Cookstown won a penalty with two minutes to go and John Gilmore fired the spot kick to the net before Mulligan snatched victory in the closing seconds. Final Score Cookstown 3-8 Ardboe 0-16
Moy also recorded a good win when they defeated county champions Coalisland away from home. Ryan Mellon and Sean Cavanagh were their goal scorers with Peter Mallon among the points as they triumphed 2-10 to 1-11. Eoghan Carberry hit 1-4 for the Fianna with Paddy McNeice and Jarlath O’Hagan among their points as well. Clonoe proved too strong for Killyclogher at O’Rahilly Park winning 0-11 to 0-3 with Danny McNulty and Patrick Doris notching seven points between them, Conal McCann with one of the Killyclogher points as they finished the contest with fourteen men.
Dromore travelled to Dunmoyle to take on Errigal Ciaran in the game of the day in the top flight and the St.Dympnas won 1-8 to 0-8. The visitors got off to the perfect start when Colm McCullagh converted an early penalty but Errigal Ciaran fought back to lead 0-6 to 1-2 at the break with Darren Canavan and Peter Harte getting a brace each. In the second half wind assisted Dromore were the better side and four points from the boot of Eoin McCusker proved decisive.
Greencastle picked up two points in their bid to get away from the danger zone when they defeated Eglish 1-8 to 0-5 on home soil. Martin Conway scored the only goal of the game with Mark Carson and Emmett Clarke supllying points for the winners, Caolan Daly and Sean McKillion with scores for Eglish. Mark Donnelly scored 1-3 and county colleague Conor Gormley also found the net as league leaders Carrickmore enjoyed a resounding 2-13 to 1-4 win away to Moortown, Padraig Hagan with the St.Malachys major.