Goals proved key as Errigal Ciaran defeated Donaghmore 4-4 to 1-11. The visitors started brightly with all of their goals coming in the first half, Michael McDermott with a hattrick and Mark McDermott getting their other major. Donaghmore responded in the second half as they had the better of possession and it took a few good saves from keeper Dara Feeney to ensure that they ran out winners on the night.
Dromore and Fintona played out a draw at Gardrum Park, 2-9 to 3-6 the final scoreline. Louis Turner and Oran Kelly bagged a goal apiece for the St.Dympnas.
Aghyaran and Naomh Eoghan also finished up in a stalemate, horrible weather conditions meaning that it was a low scoring affair 1-4 each. Naomh Eoghan had a strong wind at their backs in the opening half and they established a 1-4 to 0-1 lead with midfielder Cahir McKenna scoring 1-2 and Oran Gallagher registering their other two points. The St.Davogs responded well in the second half with good performances coming from Jamie Byrne, Adam Baird, Eoghan O’Neill and Patrick Dolan. On a night when scores proved difficult to come by Oisin Moss top scored from midfield with 1-1 to his name with Garbhan O’Donnell getting a brace of points and Daithi McHugh also on target. Naomh Eoghan had good performances from Niall McGettigan and Conn Kelly in defence.
Trillick finished their league campaign with a narrow win over Carrickmore at a wet and windy Donnelly Park. Matthew Garrity, Daniel McGurren and Tomas McElholm were among the goals for Trillick with Cormac Ratchford, James Barrett and Oisin McGurren doing well in defence for the winners.
Strabane took on North Tyrone rivals Owen Roes and the Sigersons secured the points thanks to a strong finish in the game. Jamie Harrigan had a great game in nets for Strabane thwarting all that Owen Roes threw at him. MJ Doherty demonstrated how to work hard and the rest of the Strabane team followed his example. Goals from Liam Harper, Kalvin Diver, Cathal Tinney and Daniel Sweeney helped secure the win for Strabane. Owen Roes had good displays from Finn Phillips, Travis Logue and Shea McCrossan.
Loughmacrory played well to get the better of Omagh thanks to a few goals in the closing stages. Tiarnan McAleer, Eoin Kelly and Matthew Mulholland played well for the winners with Owen Kelly, Jamie Mullan, Ruairi McNamee and Ciaran McCrystal among their scorers.
Galbally maintained their unbeaten record thanks to a comfortable victory at Beragh. Patrick Hackett, Odhran McGeary and Tiernan Corrigan played well for the Pearses with Cathaoir Kelly, Aidan Farley and Ronan Conroy best for the Red Knights.
Ardboe travelled to Connolly Park to take on Eglish and they came away with the spoils against a home side who were short a few regulars. First half goals from Ciaran McKeown and Rory O’Neill laid the foundations for the Rossas as they established a gap that Eglish couldn’t close. Eglish had solid displays from Senan Donnelly, James McCormack and Danny Daly.
Dungannon had a good win over Cookstown to maintain second spot in section 1A. Finn Kelly, Corin Kelly and Sean Toner were among the goal scorers for the Clarkes with other good performances coming from Tommy Mullan and Thomas Slater in defence and Michael Harper in midfield.