In Grade 1 Galbally made the trip to O’Rahilly Park to take on Clonoe and the Pearses came away with a good victory. The visitors took an early lead and they looked to be in a commanding lead following two goals from Jaiden Dorman. Clonoe though hit back with 1-3 to only trail by the minimum at the break, Connor Taggart with the goal. Early second half goals from Ciaran McCluskey and Tiernan Corrigan stretched their advantage which they held for the remainder of the contest. The O’Rahillys had points from Eoin Ferguson, Senan Kelly, Eoin Colton, JJ Taggart, Ben O’Neill and Conor Taggart with Dylan Doris also playing well for them on the day. Best on the day for the winners were Marcus McLaughlin, Patrick Jordan, Tiernan Corrigan and Finbarr Quinn.
Dungannon lost out on their travels to Cappagh. The hosts led by a point at the end of a low scoring first half and they pushed on in the second period despite a Clarkes goal from Sean Toner. Senan McCann and Jamie Neeson weighed in with points for Dungannon with Oran McIntosh and Daire Doran playing well in their defence.
Eglish were winners at home to Errigal Ciaran with Ryan Gildernew, Matthew Daly and Brian Og McGuckin among their scorers with good performances coming from Ben McIlvenna, Cian Byrne and Charlie McKenna.
In Grade 2 Na Doiri Oga [Derrylaughan / Derrytresk] had the minimum to spare away to Dromore, 4-8 to 3-10. Corbin O’Neill, Cathair Campbell and midfielder Matthew Mulgrew got the goals for the winners as well as points with Ben Corbin and Matthew McGuigan also raising white flags. Fiontann Hughes played well in midfield for the winners but their standout player was Callum McCann who moved from forwards into defence and not only did he shore up the defence but he weighed in with an outstanding point having started the move himself on his own 20m line.
Beragh made the trip to play Edendork and they came away winners on a 2-11 to 2-4 scoreline. Oisin Porter 1-2, Matty Meenagh 1-0, Eoghan Loughran 0-3, Aidan Farley 0-3 and Jack Devlin 0-2 were among the scorers for the Red Knights with Iarla Quinn, Cathair Kelly and Odhran Porter solid in their defence. Logan O’Connor and Eamon Jordan got the Edendork goals with good displays coming from Liam Jordan, Jamie Quinn and O’Connor.
Ryan McWilliams and Pearse Barrett were among the points for Pomeroy while their best player on the night was Michael Monaghan but it wasn’t enough as they lost out away from home to a strong Drumragh side.
In Grade 3 Coalisland proved too strong for Moortown on home soil. Conor Timlin was in fine scoring form for the Fianna hitting 3-4 in the second half with Eoghan Crawford and Conor Toner getting their other goals. Brendan Fee chipped in with a couple of points as well and they had good displays from Parker Gribben and Reece Fee in defence while keeper Eoghan Rua McShane pulled off a few good saves. Cormac Conlon and Cathaoir Rocks got the Moortown goals with Oisin McVey and Emmett Kelly featuring among the points with Luke Ryan and Conlan Kelly playing well too.
Naomh Brid secured a good win away to Killeeshil. Keeper Caolan McGahan made some exceptional saves for the winners with Ethan Hughes and Senan Daly solid in defence, Aidan Quinn outstanding in midfield and Charlie Fee, Daithi Daly, Odhran Mallon and James McCluskey were to the fore in attack. Charlie Hughes scored a brace of goals for Killeeshil with Jamie Connolly also finding the net and Eoin Gormley, Hughes, Padraig Small and Connolly all supplying points.
Rock came up just short at home to Tattyreagh despite hitting a 2-13 tally. Fionn Daly weighed in with a number of points for the hosts with Daryl Owens and Aodhan Loughran also on target while the latter scored a goal as well.
In Grade 4 Stewartstown made home advantage count against Aghyaran. Midfielders Fintan Kelly  and Callum Taggart  were among the points for the Harps with Kaiden O’Neill bagging their goal and defender Charlie Park contributing a brace of points while keeper Conan Kelly made some fine saves. Aghyaran keeper James Harvey made a number of brilliant saves as well with Charlie Byrne, Adam Baird, Oisin Moss and Daithi Gormley all scoring for the St.Davogs.
Brackaville proved too strong for Augher at O’Brien Park with Keenlan Herron, Colm Morgan and Adam Callan getting scores with Aaron Callan, Shea Cormac and Pauric Morgan playing well in their defence. Shea O’Connor and Daniel Gormley got the Augher scores with good displays coming from keeper Riley Shevlin and defender Matthew McKenna.
In the Development League Cookstown had the minimum to spare away to Errigal Ciaran, 3-9 to 3-8.Tiernan Gormley 1-3, Jake Mulligan 1-1, Matthew Ward 0-3, Ruairi Fox 1-0, Joe Martin 0-1 and Adam McAleer were the Father Rocks marksmen with Ward hitting the winner from a free with the last kick of the game. Riley Cooke played well at full back for Cookstown with midfielder Joe Martin and forward Harry Eastwood to the fore as well.