The last remaining unbeaten record in the county fell by the wayside on Wednesday evening when Dungannon defeated Aghaloo 2-8 to 1-4 in their top of the table clash at O’Neill Park. The visitors got off to a great start as they hit 1-2 without reply with Stephen Donnelly getting their goal but points from Patrick Quinn and Sean Molloy coupled with a Keifer Morgan goal enabled the Clarkes to lead 1-5 to 1-2 at the break. In the second half the home side kept their noses in front with a Sean Anthony Burns goal ending the game as a contest.
Killeeshil stay joint top after beating fellow title challengers Brocagh at Kennedy Park 0-16 to 0-9. It was honours even at halftime with Shane Mallon, Packie McMullan and Ciaran Donnelly on target for their respective sides. The St.Marys pulled away though after the break with Mallon taking his personal haul to eight. Beragh travelled to Fintona and came away with a 2-8 to 1-8 victory with Eddie Molloy and Martin Rodgers among their scorers, Mark Donnelly and Benny McCarney with points for the Pearses with Mark Kelly getting their goal towards the end of the game. Drumragh defeated Tattyreagh in their parish derby 0-11 to 0-8 with Shane Cleary, Gareth Starrs, Tommy Murphy, and Benny Drumm among the points for the Sarsfields.
Brackaville won 1-14 to 0-9 away to Clogher. The Roes led at the break thanks to points from Gary Ferguson and Joe Rafferty, Mark Bogue and Cillian Barkey on target for the Eire Ogs. In the second half a Paddy Early goal gave the visitors a cushion and they never looked back with Sean Corr getting a couple of points as well