Trillick secured local bragging rights when they won at neighbours Dromore. Lee Brennan top scored for the St.Macartans with his haul including a crucial late penalty with James Garrity and Liam Gray also on target. Declan McNulty, Andrew McGrath and Tiernan Sludden featured among the points for the St.Dympnas.
Loughmacrory picked up two good points at home to Clonoe in a contest were keeper Oisin O’Kane’s second half penalty save proved vital in determining the outcome. Cathaoir Gallagher, Paraic Meenagh and Diarmuid Gallagher had points for the hosts with Connor McAliskey top scoring for the Rahillys with Stephen McNulty also on target.
Carrickmore returned to winning ways with a comfortable victory at home to neighbours Errigal Ciaran. Lorcan McGarrity, Martin Penrose, Ruairi Loughran and Danny Fullerton all got points for the winners with Caolan Daly bagging a late goal. Tommy Canavan top scored for the visitors with Odhran Robinson and Declan Quinn also on target.
Greencastle were narrow winners at home to Donaghmore in a battle of the St.Patricks. Cahir McCullagh, Mark Carson and Peter Teague all registered for the winners as did Fergal Donaghy, Brannon Molloy and Dan Toner for the visitors.
Moortown edged out Ardboe in the Loughshore derby. Ryan Kelly and Shea Lawn were among the points for the St.Malachys with defender Tarlach Quinn getting their goal. Daniel Quinn got the Rossas goal with Kyle Coney and Shay McGuigan contributing points.
Killyclogher and Dungannon served up a high scoring classic with the St.Marys taking the spoils at the Eoghan Ruadh playing fields. Paul Donaghy got a brace of goals for the Clarkes with Paddy Quinn also raising a green flag. Gavin Potter got two goals for the visitors with Oran Toal, Conall McCann and Mark Bradley all finding the net as well.
Coalisland were convincing winners over Derrylaughan at the Loughshore. Tiernan Quinn, Oisin McHugh, Paddy McNeice and Bailey Leonard got the Fianna goals with Tomas Carney and Ciaran Gervin responding with the Kevin Barrys majors.
Omagh maintained their good start to the season with a double scores victory at Moy. Micheal Gallagher got the only goal of the game with Ronan O’Neill, Ronan Strain and defender Eoghan Rodgers supplying points. Jamie Coleman top scored for Moy with Declan Conroy and Shane Mackle also on target.