Donaghmore led Killyclogher 0-4 to 0-3 at the break in a low scoring game which marked the return to league action of Leo Meenan for Killyclogher. James Carlin and Kieran Clarke got scores for Killyclogher while the visitor’s main threat came from full forward Shane Mulgrew. Indeed Mulgrew scored all of his side’s second half points as the game ended eight points apiece with Donaghmore’s equalising score coming deep in injury time. Simon O’Neill and James Carlin provided most of the threat from Killyclogher while Sean O’Kane stood out for the home side’s defence.
Greencastle and Moortown also played out an entertaining but low scoring thirty minutes of football which saw the home side reach the break leading 0-4 to 0-2 with Mark Carson and Marty Conway among the scorers. Moortown got the perfect start to the second half with a goal from a penalty but Greencastle side rallied with scores from John Mc Cullagh, Barry Mc Nulty and Emmett Clarke saw the edge the game 0-10 t0 1-4.
Cookstown came very close to pulling off a famous victory over Carrickmore but a Barry Hughes penalty was saved by Plunkett Mc Callen and that proved to be the decisive moment in the game as Carmen held on to win 0-12 to 0-10. Barry and Caolan Daly, Paul Hughes and Peadar Mc Mahon were on target for the winners while Martin Murray, Conor Mullen and Matthew Carberry led the way for a gallant Cookstown side.
Dromore enjoyed a convincing 1-16 to 0-11 win over old rivals Ardboe. The winners laid the foundations for victory in an excellent first half with a goal from Colm Mc Cullagh and points from Eoin Mc Cusker, Emmett O’Neill and Sean Mc Donnell to lead 1-11 to 0-4 at the break. The home side moved further ahead in the second half leading 1-15 to 0-5 before Ardboe staged a mini revival in the last ten minutes with Frank Mc Guigan and Nishy O’Neill among their scorers.
Derrylaughan picked up a much needed win when they defeated County champions Coalisland at the Loughshore. The Kevin Barrys had goals from Ciaran Quinn  and Colm Robinson with Liam Gervin and Fergal McAliskey among the points. Gerard Toner, Jarlath O’Hagan and Eoghan Carberry all had Fianna points but Derrylaughan triumphed 3-13 to 0-13