Dromore played host to Greencastle at Gardrum Park on Thursday evening and the County champions collected both points. Peter Teague, Niall Sludden and Emmet McNabb were among the points for the St.Dympnas with Mark Carson, Cahir McCullagh and Sean Warnock responding for the visitors.
Trillick’s long trip to the Loughshore on Thursday evening proved to be a fruitful one as they eased to victory over Derrylaughan. Richard Donnelly and Ryan Gray got the goals for the St.Macartans with Lee Brennan, Sean O’Donnell, Liam Gray, Simon Garrity and Rory Brennan featuring among their points.
Omagh made the short trip to play Loughmacrory on Friday evening and a low scoring encounter ended up in a stalemate. Barry Tierney got the only goal of the game with Conor O’Donnell and Eoghan McNamee among the points for the St.Endas as well. Diarmuid Gallagher, Pauraic Meenagh and Cathaoir Gallagher all weighed in with points for the St.Theresas with the latter getting their equaliser.
Clonoe produced a fine second half display at O’Rahilly Park to collect a win against Moy. Connor McAliskey, Fintan McClure and Ryan McCabe all got second half goals for the winners with McAliskey, McClure and Conor McLoughlin among their points as well. Ryan Lavery got the Moy goal late on with Michael Conroy and Ryan Coleman getting most of their points between them.
Donaghmore produced a fine display to take both points at home to Ardboe. Goals at the end of the opening quarter from Niall McKenna and Ronan Cassidy set the home side on their way to victory. Conor Cush was once again their leading marksman with his brother Ryan, Lorcan Quinn and Tom Grimes also on target. CJ McGourty top scored for the Rossas with David Mulgrew, Shea Quinn and Cormac Devlin also on target.
Coalisland took the points against Moortown at Father Campbell Park. Sean Corr top scored for the Fianna with his haul including their first goal while Bailey Leonard also found the net with Paddy McNeice and Paudie Hampsey among their points. Blaine Ryan got Moortown’s goal late on with Peter Devlin their leading scorer on the night and Sean and Lee Kelly on target as well.