Omagh came from three behind early on to win an entertaining game against Dromore by three 0-11 to 0-8 in difficult conditions at Healy Park. Jason Mc Anulla top scored with four points producing a sparkling second half to inspire his team to victory. The home side went in at the break 0-6 to 0-5 up following a late converted free from Conan Grugan. Eoin Mc Cusker, Niall Sludden and Fabian O’Neill battled hard for Dromore but Omagh with Barry Tierney in outstanding form worked hard and deserved the win which takes them into joint third place with Dromore on twelve points.
Trillick found the going tough again tonight and came up short against Donaghmore at home losing by one in a low scoring game 0-7 to 0-6. the sides were level 0-3 a piece at the break with Trillick’s scores coming from Ritchie Donnelly, Daniel Mc Connell and Niall Kelly, Deason Quinn with a couple for the visitors. Conditions made good football difficult and scores hard to come by in the second half with only a single point being scored in the opening fifteen minutes of that period. Donaghmore made the most of their limited chances and edged home 0-7 to 0-6 to increase the pressure on the Reds with scores from Shane Mulgrew and Quinn.
Clonoe are back on top of the tree after a very convincing 14 point win over neighbours Derrylaughan. Begley Sports Teamtalkmag.com top scorer Conor McAliskey finished with 0-5 while there were further points from Ryan O’Neill and Paul Coney. County minor star Danny McNulty grabbed the only goal of the night and Liam Gervin finished the game as Derrylaughan’s only scorer. Final Score – Clonoe 1-15 Derrylaughan 0-4
It finished honours even between Edendork and Greencastle as two sides who were struggling a few weeks ago made it three games now without defeat. Karl McGuckin got an early goal for the St.Malachys but points from Mark Carson and Cathair McCullagh had the visitors in front by the break before Shane McCullagh got a Greencastle goal. Stephen Gervin then scored a second Edendork goal and with time running out they rallied with the final three points of the game including a Brian McGuckin equaliser as it finished 2-8 to 1-11.