For the second week running goals proved key for Omagh as they made it two wins out of two with victory over Donaghmore at O’Neills Healy Park. Eoghan McNamee, Micheal Gallagher, Dan Haigney, Oisin Miller and Ronan Strain got their majors with Thomas McGuigan finding the net for Donaghmore and Cormac McCann and Philip Donnelly featuring among their points.
Trillick took the spoils from their trip to Carrickmore after a contest that swung one way and then the other. The St.Macartans were eight points in front at the break thanks to scores from Lee Brennan, Sean O’Donnell and Peter McCaughey. Daniel Fullerton and Stephen Grogan helped close the gap before late goals from Mark Donnelly and Fullerton put the hosts in front. Brennan though won the day for the visitors with a late brace.
Dromore came out on top in a low scoring encounter with Errigal Ciaran at Dunmoyle. Padraig McGirr got a first half goal for the hosts but a brace from Declan McNulty meant that it was all square at the break. In the second half the crucial score proved to be a McNulty goal from the penalty spot as the St.Dympnas took the spoils despite a Ryan Lynch point for Errigal Ciaran.
Loughmacrory made the trip to the Loughshore to take on Moortown and they returned home with a convincing win. Early second half goals from Colm Logue and Cathaoir Gallagher left the St.Theresas in control and they never looked back. Ryan Kelly and Tarlach Quinn were among the points for Moortown with Gallagher, Oisin O’Kane and Cathal Donaghy all raising white flags for Loughmacrory.
Killyclogher made home advantage count against Moy as they ran out convincing winners. Oran Toal, Emmet McFadden, Conal McCann, Darragh Hayes and Mark Bradley all found the net for the St.Marys in an impressive display. Shane Mackle top scored for the visitors with Jamie Coleman and Ryan Lavery getting their goals late on.
Dungannon made it two wins out of two with victory away to Derrylaughan. Daley Jones grabbed the only goal of the game as the Clarkes led by half a dozen points at the short whistle. Tomas Carney, Conor McCabe and Cathal Canavan featured among the points for the Kevin Barrys while Paul Donaghy and Paddy Quinn finished with a dozen between them for the visitors.
Ardboe edged the verdict against Coalisland at Coney Park with Oran Mulgrew scoring the decisive goal. Kyle Coney top scored for the Rossas with David Mulgrew also featuring heavily among their points. Bailey Leonard, Tiernan Quinn and Sean Corr were all on the scoresheet for the Fianna.
Ciaran Corr’s goal ultimately divided the two sides as Clonoe secured a hard earned victory at Greencastle. Mark Carson and Cahir McCullagh provided points for the home side while Connor McAliskey top scored for the O’Rahillys with Ryan McCabe also on target.