Errigal Ciaran remain in second spot in the grade one table thanks to a resounding win over Trillick at the weekend. Keelan Neill bagged two goals for the winners with Mick McDermott also finding the net while there were points from Shea McDermott, Charlie Maguire, Paul McGinley, Ciaran Mullin and Caoimhin Conroy. Tadgh Britton hit all five points for the St.Macartans with Ryan McGurren getting their goal and Peadar Daly performing well in nets.
Fintona are third in the table and their good run of form continued with a comfortable victory at home to Omagh. Dermot Martin 2-6 and Oisin Watson 1-6 were in fine scoring form for the Pearses with Peter Colton 1-2, Paudi Goodman 1-0, Tiernan Donnelly 1-0, Tom Gallen 1-0, Cillian Loane and Connor Baxter all on target as well. Goodman, Watson, Martin, Liam Griffiths, Colton, Baxter, Cillian Donnelly, Dara Cranny and Rhys Garrity all played well for Fintona.
Loughmacrory played host to Galbally and it was the visitors who edged a high scoring encounter 6-12 to 5-10. Odhran Curran, Caolan Grimes, Darragh Duddy and Pearse McDonald got the goals for the St.Theresas with Lorcan Meenagh, Duddy, Grimes, McDonald and Michael McNamee among their points. Martin Hurson top scored for Galbally with 1-6 to his name while Ronan Carberry, Finbar Quinn, Ross Morgan, Gavin McVeigh and Cillian Walker got their other goals.
Strabane made the trip to play joint leaders Eglish in grade two and despite scoring 2-10 they returned home with nothing to show for their efforts. Oran White top scored for the Sigersons with his haul including a goal from the penalty spot while Rian Patton, Shaun McGinley and Thomas Rooney all contributed points.
Greencastle were another side who hit a healthy tally away from home but they lost out to Na Doiri Oga on a 3-14 to 3-10 scoreline. Eoghan Conway, Shane Morris and Shane Molloy got the Greencastle goals with Caolan Tracey, Sean Og Teague and Marcus Conway were among the points. Myles McElduff, Dara Morris and Sean Og Harte defended well for Greencastle on the day.
Despite hitting five goals at home Kildress lost out to Edendork at Gortacladdy. The Wolfe Tones trailed 3-5 to 3-1 at the break with Shea Mullin (2) and James Mulgrew getting their goals, the latter’s from the penalty spot. Eoin McGurk and Daniel Heagney had second half points but a late rally from Edendork saw them clinch victory. Mulgrew, McGurk and Cathal Loughran were best for Kildress.
Both Domhnaigh made home advantage count against Pomeroy winning on a 3-7 to 1-5 scoreline. Mark Kennedy 2-1, Harley Pattan 0-4, Nathan McGrinder 1-0, Pearse McBride and Lucas McGarvey were their marksmen with James Kelly, Ultan McConnell, Shea Conway, Eoin Maguire, Sean Harley, Cormac McCullagh, Oisin McCullagh, Joseph Coyle and keeper Darragh Ellis all playing well for the winners.
Cappagh are joint second in the table after winning at Beragh. Cairnan Devine and Ronan Daly were among the scorers for the visitors on the day. Eoghan Mullan top scored for the Red Knights with half a dozen points with Eoghan Loughran bagging their goal and Cathaoir Quinn, Cathal Farley and Aidy Farley all contributing points. Aidy Farley played well around the middle with Oisin Kelly to the fore in defence with Cathal Farley, Quinn and James Boyle playing well up front.
Drumragh made the trip to play Drumquin in grade three and they took the spoils to move joint top of the table. Conor Gormley 1-4, Dylan Lowry 2-1, Dara Cox 1-3, Turlough Collins 0-2, Connor McLaughlin and Aidan McCarney were the scorers for the Sarsfields. Harry McMenamin, Eoin Ferris, Jake Donnelly and Kieran McDonagh were among the points for the Wolfe Tones with Tristy Devine, Joseph O’Kane, McMenamin and Hugh Gormley all playing well.
Clogher collected their fourth win of the campaign in grade four when they proved too strong for neighbours Augher on home soil. Caden Noble was among the goals for the Eire Ogs with Dara Stewart, Michael McConnell, Vincent Lowry and Michael Lowry providing points.