Greencastle came out on top in the battle of the two promoted sides. The visitors led at the break but a Shane McCullagh goal then changed things in favour of Greencastle on a night when Cahir McCullagh, Mark Carson, Ryan Kelly and Blaine Ryan were among the points for their respective sides.
Carrickmore travelled to Moy and came away with the points after an impressive display. Danny Fullerton grabbed the Carrickmore goal and he was also among the points as was Ruairi Loughran, Lorcan McGarrity and Mark Donnelly. Michael Conroy top scored for the hosts with his haul including a goal with Jamie Coleman also on target.
Trillick made home advantage count to end the unbeaten run of Killyclogher. Lee Brennan weighed in with 1-3 for the St.Macartans with Sean O’Donnell, Liam Gray and Daire Gallagher all contributing points. Mark Bradley, Conall McCann and Gavin Potter were among the points for Killyclogher.
Dromore won by the minimum margin against Coalisland at Father Campbell Park. The St.Dympnas laid the foundation for their victory in the first half with Declan McNulty scoring a goal and Emmet McNabb among the points. A Paddy McNeice goal sparked a Fianna comeback but despite points from Niall Devlin and Bailey Leonard the visitors managed to just keep their noses in front thanks to McNabb.
Errigal Ciaran emerged comfortable winners at home to Derrylaughan. The hosts led by six at the break with Ruairi Canavan and Peter Harte among the points and Tommy Canavan scoring a goal. Tomas Carney top scored for the Kevin Barrys with Stephen McGrath on target as well but Errigal Ciaran were always in control with Ben McDonnell firing in their second goal.
Ardboe returned to winning ways when they overcame Loughmacrory at the Loughshore. CJ McGourty and Oran Mulgrew both raised green flags for the Rossas with Shay McGuigan and Kyle Coney among their points. Cathaoir Gallagher top scored for Loughmacrory with keeper Oisin O’Kane getting among the scores as well.
Omagh maintained their one hundred percent record when they beat Clonoe at O’Neills Healy Park. Micheal Gallagher found the net for the fourth consecutive game with Ronan O’Neill and Eoghan McNamee among their point scorers. Connor McAliskey and Ryan Morrow had points for the O’Rahillys with Paul Coney getting their goal late on.