Errigal sit proudly at the top of the league with five wins from five starts following a 2-14 to 2-6 win over Trillick.
Maria Canavan top scored with 0-4 while Cliodhna Mc Elroy (1-1) and Michaela Moore found the net for Errigal. Aoife Horisk, Shannon Cunningham, Eimile Loughran and Elle McNamee struck for first half scores for Errigal.
Surprisingly as Trillick improved after the break it took Errigal twenty three minutes of the second half to score their first point from Claire Canavan. The same player added a superb individual score before late points from Eimear Corrigan and Shannon Cunningham rounded off a successful evening for the league leaders.
Final score: Errigal 2-14(20), Trillick 2-6(12)
Errigal scorers`; Maria Canavan 0-4 (0-1 from frees), Shannon Cunningham 0-2, Aoife Horisk 0-1,
Cliodhna Mc Elroy 1-1, Eimear Corrigan 0-1, Claire Canavan 0-2, Emile Loughran 0-2, Michaela Moore 1-0, Elle McNamee 0-1.
Moy starting team:
Ciara O’Hanlon, Grace Daly, Michelle Morris, Ellen Mackle, Aisling Magee, Patricia Conroy, Lauren McCaffery, Caoimhe Magee and Catherine O’Hanlon,
Emma Conroy, Emer Currie, Lucy Conroy, Emma Holmes, Catherine Donnelly, Marianne Donohue
Subs used: Aiveen Conway, Lucia Mackle and Eimear Smith
Half Time score: Loughmacrory 1-02 v Moy 1-02
Full Time Score: Loughmacrory 1-04 v Moy 4-09
Moy welcomed Loughmacrory in a league fixture on Thursday 20th. In the first half both teams were slow to register a score and it was 17 minutes into the game before the first point was recorded by Loughmacrory. However, Moy girls came back quickly and Emma Conroy followed up with a goal. Both teams were evenly matched in the first half with Loughmacrory following up with a goal of their own.
The second half seen a much stronger performance from the Moy girls who pulled away from Loughmacrory with excellent performances and scores from Catherine O’Hanlon, Lucy Conroy and Caoimhe Magee. The Moy defence was solid throughout the game with Michelle Morris, Grace Daly and Ellen Mackle standing strong in the backline. Overall a convincing win for the Moy girls who came out on top 1-04 v 4-09.
Killeeshil ladies and Aodh Ruadh played out a hard fought draw in the league on Thursday evening on a final score of 1-11 apiece.
Killeeshil dominated early on thanks to a well worked length of the field goal finished superbly by Bronagh McKenna. Points from Grainne Rafferty and McKenna helped build a four point lead midway through the half.
Aodh Ruadh hit back with a goal to reduce arrears to one at the break on a scoreline of 1-5 to 1-4.
The 2nd half was score for score with never more than a point between the sides.
Zoe Loughran and Bronagh McKenna kicked excellent points from play to keep Killeeshil in the hunt before the experienced Grainne Rafferty converted a late free to give Killeeshil a share of the spoils on the night on a final score of 1-11 to 1-11.
St Macartans got the better of Moortown in a low scoring league fixture winning 1-6 to 0-4. A second half goal from Slaine Mc Carrroll proved to be the crucial score of the game. Sorcha Mc Ginn, Paula Donnelly, Cathy Donnelly and Joline Donnelly were also on target for the winners,
There were wins also for Carrickmore over Dromore 2-6 to 1-8 and a comeback win for Omagh St Endas 3-6 against Donaghmore 2-8 having trailed at the break 1-4 to 0-4.