Fintona made it two wins from two starts with a three point win over Augher on Friday night. They came from a point down afterLiam Connolly netted for Augher. The Pearses hit the last four points in a row to win 0-13 to 1-7. Darragh Kavanagh (2), Raymond Mc Elroy, Aidan Mc Elroy, Marty Mc Elhatton and Pascal Gormley (2) were among the points for Augher. On another good night for Fintona Aidan Donnelly, Conor Mc Gillion, Jared Brogan (2), Peter Mc Glinn (3), Pauric Kelly, Conor Mc Goldrick, Cathal Starrs , Eugene Mc Carroll and Oran Hughes accounted for the Fintona points.
Aghaloo defeated Glenelly after an impressive first half display that saw them reach the break leading by seven. Jody Mc Glone was in fine scoring form with 0-6 while Tiernan Donnelly (4), Conor Mullen (3) and Gary O’Gorman were also on target. On a disappointing night for the north Tyrone side when they struggled to close the half time gap Nathan Mc Laughlin (2), Lorcan Mc Cullagh (2), Ronan O’Kane (2), cathal O’neill, Garrett O’Neill, Shane Conway and Eamon Mc Connell with the Glenelly scorers. Final score 0-17 to 0-10 for Aghaloo.
Cookstown Fr Rocks were another side to make it two wins from two starts with a very convincing win over Brocagh. Matthew Carberry was top scorer once again with 2-4 while the elusive Michael Mc Elhatton (1-1), Conor O’Hare, and Oisin Mc Nia (1-0) all hit the net for Cookstown. Brocagh found the pace a bit too hot to handle and struggled at times to create scoring chances. Mickey Hughes (1-0), James Mc Kiver (2), Brandon Mc Kiver, Oisin Roper and Michael Robinson were among the scores for the Emmetts. Final score 5-8 to 1-5 in favour of Cookstown.
Killyman got their first win of the season with a 3-9 to 2-3 win over Donaghmore 3rds. Cathal Mc Gahan led the way in scoring with 2-2 while Gary Hamill hit his team’s third goal. Among the points on the day for Killyman were Enda Mc Gahan (3) and one apiece from Ronan Mc Veigh, Michael Donnelly, Eamon Donnelly and Ryan Mc Kenna. Ryan Mullen found the net twice for Donaghmore while Mark Nugent, Sean Mc Caul and Josh Mc Hugh contributed a point apiece.
It was a big win for Drumquin over Castlederg as the Wolfe Tones really found their shooting boots to claim victory on a score line of 6-19 to 1-11. Sean Mc Donagh top scored once more with 2-5 while Oisin Gormley (8), Finnen Patterson (2-2), Paul Sheridan (1-0) and Ryan Mc Callion were all among the scores for the winners. Darren Traynor top scored for the Derg with 1-1 while Daire Corry (3), Adam Traynor (2), Ronan Devine and Ben Harper were among the points.
Brackaville made the long journey to CNG and came away with the points after withstanding a late surge from the home side to win 0-10 to 0-9. CNG led at the break 0-5 to 0-4 and will wonder how they let this one get away on them. Daire Carberry, Dale Mc Sorley (4), Jason O’Neill, Shea Fee (2), Stiofan Gervin and Shane Mc Intyre were on target for the Roes in this tight encounter while Shea Browne (5) top scored for CNG with Danny Ball (2), Gareth Mc Dermott and Ciaran Carlin also among the points for the north Tyrone side.
Drumragh recorded their second win of the season after defeating Errigal Thirds 3-10 t0 2-11 in a high scoring and competitive fixture. The forwards will get plenty of credit for this win but the real hero on the night was the Sarsfields goalkeeper James Colgan who made three excellent saves in a tight second half. Eoin Montgomery (1-2), Martin Taggart (1-0) and Niall Mc Carney (1-1) were among the goals for the winners while Benny Drumm (2), Daniel O’Neill (2), Ben Monk, Patrick Colgan and Malachy Mc Manus were among the points. Errigal pushed Drumragh all the way with veteran Davy Harte hitting 1-9 of his team’s total. His goal was a thing of beauty. Ruairi O’Sullivan got Errigal’s other goal while Ciaran Traynor and Ben Mc Dermott both hit a point apiece.