Cappagh played host to Dungannon in Grade 1 and they came out on top by double scores, 2-10 to 1-5. Tiya O’Neill and Louis McFadden got the Cappagh goals with Charlie Meenan, Christy McCrory, Oisin McCrory and Keelan McKinney featuring among their points. Sean Toner got the goal for the Clarkes.
Carrickmore turned on the style to secure an emphatic win at home to Cookstown. It was a really good all round team performance from the St.Colmcilles with Vincent Gormley, Sean Donnelly, Paidi McCallan and Lochlinn Gillen just some of their marksmen on the day.
Errigal Ciaran lost out away to Eglish in a close encounter. Michael McDermott 0-7, Matthew O’Donnell 1-2, Mark McDermott 1-0 and Conan Canavan 0-1 were their scorers on a day when they had great performances from Michael McCrystal at full back, Senan McGarvey, Jack Kelly and Finn Mallon.
In Grade 2 Dromore scored 3-10 at home by still ended up losing by the minimum margin against Na Doiri Oga in a cracking encounter. Shea O’Donnell top scored for the St.Dympnas with 1-6 to his name on a day when Emmett McQuaid played well for them too.
Greencastle put up a battling display away to Omagh but lost out 4-7 to 4-5. Michael McElduff, Turlagh Tracey, Marcus Conway, Ruairi Devlin and Seonag Harte all played well for the visitors with Tracey and Harte featuring among their goals.
Goals won the day for Drumragh at home to Pomeroy. Matt Gallagher 2-3, Ollie Hagan 2-1, Conor Fyffe 1-1, Eamon Barrett 1-0 and Shea Mullin 0-1 were the marksmen for Drumragh as it finished 6-6 to 1-6 at Clanabogan.
In Grade 3 good saves from keeper Mattie McKenna in the first half kept Eskra within two points of Both Domhnaigh, Dara McGarvey 1-2 and Cormac McGarvey 1-1 with scores for the Emmetts. Eskra pushed on in the second half with scores from Daithi McNamee 1-1 and Ruairi O’Hagan 1-0, at a crunch time, Jack McCarroll 1-0, Rory McCarney 0-1, Christie Meegan 0-1, Dara McGarvey 1-1 and another major from Cormac McGarvey. Daire Smith top scored for Both Domhnaigh with Jack McConnell weighing in with a few scores as well with full back Jamie Doyle and centre half back Emmet Hassen standing out as well.
Strabane made the trip to play Naomh Eoghan and they returned home with a win under their belts. Haydn Williamson and opened and closed the first half scoring for the Sigersons with Vaughan Hegarty getting a brace while Jamie Stewart scored a fine goal as well as converting a “45”. Jamie Harrigan and Liam Harpur tagged on points as the visitors led 1-7 to 0-4 at the interval. Another Hegarty point opened the second half scoring and that was added to by further efforts from Sean Rouse, Jamie McLaughlin and Stewart for a good win. Cathair McKenna got the Naomh Eoghan goal with Conor Doherty, Aaron O’Loane and Paddy Flanagan getting among the points while Niall McGettigan, Conn Kelly and Sean McConnell all played well for them as well.
Cormac Darcy weighed in with 2-7 as Tattyreagh won away to Rock in a close encounter. In his first season at U14 level Tiernan Colton played well and managed to hit 1-1 with Ben Norris also on target and Brendan McKenna producing a strong performance in the half forward line.
Cahir Devine, Aston Hoynes, Kian McMenamin and Cadan Harold got the Castlederg goals as they won away to neighbours Urney. Cadan Keenan, McMenamin and Lorcan McHugh were among their points with Oisin Harvey their best player on the day. John Henderson scored a trio of points from midfield for Urney with Harry Sweeney getting three as well while Ross Meadows was impressive in their defence.
Aghaloo had the minimum to spare away to Drumquin, 3-9 to 3-8. Tiernan McCarron and Daire McGinn got goals for the winners with Patrick Sherry and McGinn landing three points each as well with Cillian O’Sullivan and Oskar Ratajczak playing well in their defence. First half goals from Sean McMenamin and Daire McCaffrey had given Drumquin a three point advantage at the break. McCaffrey, Sean Gormley and Cillian Mullan had second half points for the Wolfe Tones along with a Gormley goal but just when they looked like winning they lost out to a late goal. Drumquin had good performances from Cahir McCallion, Daithi Mackey, Peter McCusker and McCaffrey.
In the Development league Fintona came up just short at home to Ardboe. Cahir McClenaghan was solid in defence for the Pearses with a steady display from Eoin Wilson at centre half back as well. Tomas Colton was a thorn in the Ardboe side with Conor Goodman 1-2 and Oisin Donnelly 0-2 featuring among the Fintona scorers.
Kildress battled hard before losing at home to Omagh. Ruairi Grimes and Fintan Murphy were among the scorers for the Wolfe Tones with Patrick and Jamie Loughran playing well for them.