Carrickmore are three points clear at the top of the division one table after beating neighbours Loughmacrory at home. Ciaran Daly, James Donaghy, Oisin O’Kane and Stevie Grimes were among the points for their respective sides and it was still anybody’s game at the second water break. The home side than assumed control with scores from Ruairi Slane, Daly and Daniel Fullerton to win the day.
Moy’s title hopes received a setback while Errigal Ciaran are still very much involved after the Dunmoyle based men came out on top in the game of the day. Moy led at the break thanks to a Scott Donaghy goal with Michael Conroy, Diarmuid McKeown, Tommy Canavan and Declan Quinn providing points for their teams. Moy failed to score in the second half though as Quinn and Peter Harte helped ensure that the visitors triumphed.
Ardboe and Omagh fought out a high scoring draw at the Loughshore on Saturday afternoon. Kyle Coney top scored for the Rossas with 1-9 to his name with Shay McGuigan weighing in with four points. Conor O’Donnell and Ronan O’Neill ended with 0-11 between them for the visitors while Oisin Miller and Danny McCrossan got their goals.
Coalisland had little bother in seeing off the challenge of neighbours Clonoe to ease their worries at the wrong end of the table. Cathaoir Quinn bagged the only goal of the game for the Fianna who had points from Plunkett Kane and Tiarnan Quinn. Stephen McNulty and Declan McClure were the O’Rahillys marksmen on the day.
Eglish gave their survival hopes a boost with a much needed win at Pomeroy. Conor McKenna got the only goal of the game on a day when Kieran McGeary, Frank Burns, Luke Donnelly and Dillion Horsfield provided points for their respective sides.
Galbally are still hanging in there as well after beating fellow strugglers Derrylaughan at Pearse Park. Conor Donaghy, Sean Murphy, Ronan Nugent and Liam Rafferty were among the points for the Pearses with Tomas Carney, Colm O’Hagan and Sean Robinson on target for the Kevin Barrys.
Mark Hayes, Conal McCann and Mark Bradley all found the net for Killyclogher as they eased to victory at Edendork. Harry Og Conlon got the goal for an Edendork side who are going to be back in Intermediate football next season.
Trillick came out on top at home to Dungannon thanks to points from Ciaran Daly, Sean O’Donnell, Lee Brennan and the Gray brothers Ryan and Liam. Paul Donaghy top scored for the Clarkes including a late goal with Ciaran Barker and James Morgan also on target.