Pomeroy are the only side with a one hundred percent record in division three after three rounds as they won away to Clann na Gael. The Plunketts laid the foundation for their win in the first half as they led 1-8 to 0-4 at the break, Gareth McDermott with a couple of points for the hosts. Pomeroy managed only two points in the second half but they had done enough to secure victory.
Edendork lost their first game of the campaign when Augher beat them on their own patch. Jamie Donnelly got the St.Macartans goals with Declan Connolly and Raymond McElroy featuring among the points as they won 1-10 to 0-3, Niall Morgan with half of Edendork’s tally.
Loughmacrory’s one hundred percent record is also at an end although they are still unbeaten after sharing the spoils at home to Gortin in a low scoring encounter. The home side led 1-2 to 0-3 at the break with Stephen Donaghy getting their goal from the penalty spot, Brian McGarvey and Kevin Mossey with Gortin points. In the second half McGarvey and Conor Fullen traded points and despite going down to fourteen men the visitors took the lead only for Paul Donnelly to equalise right at the end as it finished 1-5 to 0-8.
Rock made the short trip to Galbally and it proved to be a profitable one as they recorded a 1-10 to 0-7 victory to leave the Pearses anchored at the bottom off the table without a point to their name. Paul Rafferty and Conor McCreesh top scored on the day for their respective teams. Ronan Lafferty scored two goals for Urney but it wasn’t enough to see them taking anything from their travels at Kildress with Frank McGurk, Des Treacy and Damian Kelly hitting thirteen points between them for the Wolfe Tones. Midfielder Kevin Gallagher scored 1-3 at Newtownstewart accounted for Killyman on home soil while Fergal McGavigan bagged two goals as Strabane broke their points duck at home to Stewartstown, Ryan Devlin finding the net for the Harps.