Sperrin Og claimed the victory in their derby clash with Carrickmore winning 4-19 to 5-8. Niamh O’Neill was outstanding for the winners hitting 2-12 of her team’s total while Chloe Donnelly (1-1), Aileen Tuohey (1-2) and two points apiece from Meaghan Clarke, Ciara Fox and Leah Mc Guigan completed the scoring. Sperrin Og goalkeeper Kim Mc Cullagh made several great saves during the hour while the industry of Eadoin Fox, Aileen Tuohey and Carla Mc Cann contributed significantly to the result.
Badoney narrowly defeated Beragh 0-14 to 1-9 after the sides were tied 0-9 to 1-6 at the break. Kerrie Mc Garvey was quite prolific hitting 0-9 of her side’s total while Kerri Mc Glone bagged 0-4 and a point from Katie Mc Glone accounted for her team’s other score.
Kildress and Fintona drew 3-9 to 2-13 in their league clash at the weekend. The Wolfe Tones had been on top throughout the first half but Fintona displayed considerable resolve to get back into the game in the second half and force a draw. Anne Marie Lennon was the Kildress top scorer with 3-0 while Eilis Keenan (0-5), Chloe Tracey (0-2), Shannon Crilly (0-1) and Eimear Mc Garrity (0-1) were also on target.
Drumragh entertained Moortown and lost heavily 5-21 to 1-2. Cobhlaith Mc Kenna (1-0), Breanna Breslin (0-1) and Niamh Cleary (0-1) got the Drumragh scores. Moortown looked very sharp from the throw in and soon Caoileann Quinn, Caoimhe Mc Nally, Sarah Devlin and Caitlin Crozier were on target. By half time Moortown led 3-12 to no score and maintained the drive and intensity throughout the second half to win comfortably. Caoimhe Mc Nally (2-0), Rachel Tallon (1-4), Donica Ryan (1-4), Sarah Devlin (0-6) and Caitlin Crozier (1-1) top scored for the winners.
Fr Rocks enjoyed a 6-15 to 2-6 win over Donaghmore at the weekend. Aoibhin Devlin and Laura Mc Gillion shared 4-3 between them while Annie Nugent (1-2), Niamh Daly (1-1) and Sarah Mc Neill (0-4) were also among the scores.
Dromore and Errigal met at the weekend and with five minutes of the first half remaining they were level at 1-2 apiece. However Errigal hit something of a purple patch to reach the break leading 3-4 to 1-2. Errigal added a fourth goal early in the second half while Dromore battled gamely for the remainder of the game but in spite of defending well they could not add to their first half tally. Cathy Teague (1-0) and Emma Smyth (0-2) accounted for the Dromore scores. Corner forward Cailin Mc Cann led the scoring for Errigal with 1-3 while Emilie Loughran, Aoife Horisk and Claire Canavan also found the net. Elle Mc Namee, Maria Canavan, Bronagh Mc Aleer, Kelly Mc Caffrey and Breige Mullin contributed five points between them in a very convincing display.
Local rivals Cappagh and Omagh met in round two of the fixture list with Cappagh emerging victorious on a score line of 2-8 to 0-11. Caitlin Kelly top scored for the winners hitting 1-4 while the ever reliable Teri Mc Cusker weighed in with 1-2, Tracey Wallace and Cara O’Neill accounted for their team’s other two points. Omagh trailed at the break 1-6 to 0-5 but made a real fist of it in the second half. The Omagh scores came from Sophie Kelly 0-1, Eimear Mc Canny 0-2, Ella Millar 0-2 and Christianne Hunter 0-6.
Pomeroy and Stewartstown produced a close game that saw the Plunketts get the win on a score of 0-9 to 1-3.
Aodh Ruadh defeated Trillick 5-7 to 4-6 after a high scoring and entertaining game. The strong wind asked questions of both sides but Aodh Ruadh made the most of the conditions in the first half. Cathleen Kelly (2-5), Shauna Mc Gurn (1-0), Katie Murphy (1-0) and Megan Kerr (0-1) accounted for the Trillick total while Aine Mc Nulty (1-1), Niamh Hughes (1-0), Cara Pinkerton (0-1), Meabh Mc Gleenan (0-1) Aoife Mc Gahan (1-4), Tara Donaghy (1-0) and Emma Jane Gervin (1-0) were among the Aodh Ruadh scorers.
Edendork got the better of Castlederg 2-16 to 2-8 with Maeve Maxwell (0-7) top scoring for her side. The sides were level at the break at 0-5 apiece but Edendork dominated the third quarter and began to get on top on the scoreboard. The Derg girls played their way back into the game reducing the deficit to three but goals from Olivia Mc Guinness and Kathleen Rafferty sealed the win.