Cookstown remain out in front at the top of the Intermediate legaue table thanks to a hard fought 1-9 to 0-9 win away to Urney. John Gilmore grabbed the only goal of the game with James McGahan and Jamie McAleer among the points for their respective sides.
Galbally made the long trip to Aghyaran and came away with the two points on a 1-8 to 2-4 score line. Blaine Nugent got the Pearses’ goal with Aidan O’Hagan and Ciaran McCrory among the points, Aidan Connolly and Sean Byrne the St.Davogs goal scorers.
Rock’s title hopes received a major setback when they were beaten at home by an inform Derrytresk side. Joe McKee scored the visitors’ goal with Niall Gavin getting all their points as they triumped 1-6 to 0-8, Martin McCreesh and Diarmuid Carroll with half a dozen points between them for the hosts.
Harry Loughran scored a hat trick of goals as Moy kept in the hunt for the title but they had to pull out all the stops to win 3-7 to 1-10 at Clann na Gael. Danny Ball top scored for the hosts including their goal with Peter Devine also on target.
Diarmuid McNulty and Gavin Treanor were in fine goal scoring form as Gortin secured a landslide win away to a Killeeshil side who are running out of games in order to stave of the threat of relegation.
Peter Armour proved to be Stewartstown’s match winner with a goal in injury time as the Harps overcame Loughmacrory on their travels. Ronan Ward scored two goals for the home side with Armour and Ronan O’Neill the Harps’ men who found the net.
It finished honours even in the local derby at Father Hackett Park between Augher and Eskra, 1-14 each the final score. The Emmetts got off to a great start with points from Ryan Gartland, Shane Hackett and Paul Meegan and at the break they led by two, Aidan and Raymond McElroy with Augher points. Niall Marlow got an Eskra goal early in the second half but Augher hit back with scores from Jamie Donnelly and Aidan McElroy before defender Emmett Neeson scored their goal. The home side looked like holding on until Meegan scored a late equlaiser for the Emmetts.