Errigal Ciaran lost out in Grade one to Galbally at Pearse Park. Michael McDermott 0-5, Matthew O’Donnell 1-2 and Conan Canavan were the marksmen for the visitors with Michael McCrystal, Finan Neill and James McGinley all playing well too.
Loughmacrory’s good form continued with a resounding win away to Dungannon. Lorcan Meenagh, Ciaran McCrystal and Damhan Meenagh were among the scorers for the St.Theresas with Matthew Mulholland, James Conway and Eoin Kelly all playing well for them.
Trillick were comfortable winners over Clonoe at Donnelly Park with Matthew Garrity, Aodhan Corry and Billy McElholm scoring a brace of goals each with Daniel McGurren getting among the points and Shea Donnelly and Turlough O’Hagan also prominent.
Cappagh were beaten at home by Carrickmore despite Tya O’Neill scoring two goals and Charlie Meenan, Louis McFadden and O’Neill landing points. Brayden McNally, Conal Loughran, Vincent Gormley and Fionan Magill were among the scorers for Carrickmore with Rian Martin, Paudie Loughran and Finbar Donaghy playing well in their defence.
In grade two Drumragh came out on top at home to Dromore. Conor Fyffe, Joseph Taggart and Matt Gallagher were on target for the Sarsfields with Lorcan Starrs and Niall Gormley scoring important second half goals for them while Cahir Keyes, Padraig Gormley and Tiernan O’Donnell had great games in their defence with keeper Matthew O’Doherty making a number of fine saves. Oisin Colton top scored for the St.Dympnas with 2-1 to his name while Charlie McAleer played well at centre half back.
Beragh turned in an impressive display at home to secure a comfortable win over Omagh. Oisin Porter and Ronan Conroy got first half goals for the Red Knights with Odhran Porter and Mattie Meenagh both raising green flags after the break. Sean Boyle, Aidan Farley and Eoghan Loughran featured among their points with strong displays coming from Jack McNelis, Iarla Quinn, Enda Teague and Matthew Colton.
Greencastle scored 5-10 at home to Donaghmore but they still ended up losing by a point. Marcus Conway top scored with 0-8 with Shane Molloy bagging two goals, Sean McGlinchey 1-1, Seonag Harte 1-0, Michael McElduff 1-0 and Conor Molloy 0-1.
In grade three Both Domhnaigh were too strong for Naomh Eoghan. Shane and Conor Doherty got the Naomh Eoghan goals with Cahir McKenna and Doherty notching points and Jace Harpur, Kieran McBrearty, Paddy Flanagan and Niall McGettigan all playing well for them.
In grade four Drumquin were resounding winners away to Clogher. The Wolfe Tones had a solid first half with scores coming from Joseph O’Kane 2-2, Daithi Mackey, Joe Kearney and Jack McCusker and that was backed up by 1-3 from Cillian Mullan after the interval and points from Peter McCusker, Daire McCaffrey and Eoin McMenamin.
Nolan McGlynn and Daniel Gormley got the Augher goals with Conal Shevlin and Shea O’Connor among the points and Darragh Gormley and Riley Shevlin playing well but it wasn’t enough against an inform Stewartstown side at Father Hackett Park.
Fintona came up just short in the Development league away to Omagh. Eunan Kelly, James McAtee, Malachy Pearson, Ronan McCann, Daniel Colton and Thomas Kania were all among the scorers for the Pearses.