Pomeroy produced a fine display to take the points against Owen Roes at Plunkett Park. Shea Houston, Daire Houston and Eoghan Doherty got the goals for the visitors who led by three points at one stage but the young Plunketts took over in the second half to run out worthy winners.
Carrickmore ran out comfortable winners away to Naomh Eoghan in grade 4. Goals proved key on a night when Loclainn Gillen got 2-1 for the winners and Rian Martin, Senan Slane and Lorcan Begley all played well for them. Naomh Eoghan had good displays from Cáhir McKenna and Niall McGettigan.
A decent display from Strabane saw them overcome Castlederg. Kalvin Diver, Liam Harper, MJ Doherty, Sean Devine and Maison Porter all found the net for the Sigersons.
Cappagh edged out neighbours Loughmacrory 1-9 to 1-8 with James Maguire, Charlie Meenan and Christy McCrory all to the fore for the winners on the night. Loughmacrory were best served by Matthew Mulholland, Tiarnan McAleer and Aidan McElduff.
Ardboe travelled to Donaghmore and came away with the spoils on a 4-14 to 3-12 scoreline. There were great scores from both sides throughout with two goals from Conan Doris and one from Caidan Hancock seeing Ardboe get over the line. Ardboe led by nine points at one stage but Donaghmore hit back to close the gap to two at one stage. Best for Donaghmore were Tiernan Burns, Padraig Donaghy and Marty Ogle.
Galbally made home advantage count against neighbours Rock. Marcus McLoughlin, Jaiden Quinn and Finbarr Quinn performed well for the winners with Joel Kerr, Alfie Kerr and Fionn Daly standing out for Rock.
It was a great encounter between Fintona and Drumragh with the Sarsfields edging it in the end. The Pearses had good performances from Dara McMenamin, Jack Irwin, Senan Goodman and Cillian Donnelly.
Trillick edged past Omagh at St.Pats Park with Aodhan Corry and Turlough O’Hagan doing well in midfield for the winners with Shea Donnelly and Matthew Garrity getting among the goals.
Dungannon took on Eglish in one of the games of the round and it was the St.Patricks who came out on top with five points to spare. Best for the winners were Peadar McGeough, Cian Byrne, Ryan Gildernew and Brian Og McGuckin. A goal from Michael Harper and two points from Eoin Spence kept the Clarkes in the contest in the first half. Harper got a second goal and Sean Og O’Donnell also found the net as Dungannon drew level with five minutes to go but Eglish finished strong to win it with the help of a Matthew Daly goal.
Aghyaran played host to Errigal Ciaran in grade 4 and they emerged worthy winners. The visitors led by four points at the break but a good display from James Harvey in goals and Jamie Byrne, Eoghan O’Neill and Adam Baird in defence were the platform for a strong second half display from the St.Davogs. Daithi McHugh top scored for the winners with 4-5 to his name with other goals coming from Charlie Byrne, Oisin Moss, Flynn Browne and Proinsias McElhill and points from Garbhan O’Donnell and Daithi Gormley getting among the points.
Errigal Ciaran and Cookstown proved to be a classic game of two halves with some good football played in difficult conditions. The Father Rocks led by six points at halftime with PJ Loughran and Conall Hampsey among their scorers. Errigal Ciaran responded in the second half with good displays in defence from Niall Kelly and Neil Conroy coupled with goals from Conan Canavan and Matthew O’Donnell helping them to take the spoils.