Coalisland remain top of the table thanks to a 2-13 to 0-7 victory over Kildress at Father Campbell Park. Tiarnan O’Hagan and Gerard Toner got the Fianna goals with Des Treacy and Eoin Brannigan among the points for the Wolfe Tones.
Carrickmore made home advantge count against Donaghmore winning on a 0-18 to 1-7 scoreline with Barry Daly, Martin Penrose and Finbar Magill among their points, Shane Mulgrew and Damian McCaul on target for the visitors. Clonoe remain unbeaten but they had to pull out all the stops to beat Greencastle away from home. Senior league top scorer Conor McAliskey got both their goals as they triumphed 2-9 to 1-10, Enda Clarke with the Greencastle major with Cahir McCullagh top scoring for them on the night.
Errigal Ciaran emerged comfortbale 3-11 to 0-8 winners over Ardboe at Dunmoyle with Neil McGarvey, Ronan McRory and Peter Harte grabbing their goals, Michael Hagan top scoring for the Rossas.
Derrylaughan made the long run to Healy Park this afternoon and took advantage of Omagh’s poor start to race into a 1-6 to 0-2 half time lead with their goal coming from the penalty spot courtesy of Fergal Mc Aliskey. Ciaran Quinn hit two fine first half scores for the winners while Omagh only managed two points when playing wind assisted during the opening thirty minutes. Jason Mc Anulla and Conor O’Donnell the men with the Omagh scores. The home side did improve in the second half but a late free from Mc Aliskey ensured the points went to the Washingbay.
Another side to recover from a poor first half were Eglish who trailed Killyclogher by four (1-6 to 0-5) at the break courtesy of a Leo Meenan goal but produced a spirited second half against the wind to edge it by one 0-13 to 1-9. Goals from Richard Donnelly and Daire Gallagher helped give Trillick only their second win of the season as they climbed off the foot of the table when beating Edendork 2-12 to 3-6 on their travels, Darren McCurry and Brian McGuckin the goal scorers for the St.Malachys.
Defending champions Dromore eased to victory at home to Moortown winning 3-22 to 0-4. Sean McNabb scored a hat-trick of goals with Paddy Montague, Ryan McMenamin and Colm McCullagh among the points, Peter Devlin with a brace for the Loughshore men.