Drumragh lost to Glenelly in a game in which the north Tyrone side’s ability to score goals proved decisive. Glenelly hit the net three times during the fits half and added a further two after the break to win convincingly 5-10 to 0-9.
Moy and Omagh produced an entertaining game which saw Omagh lead at the break 2-4 to 0-6. Moy kept Omagh to just two points after the break adding 1-4 of their own to record a 1-10 to 2-6 win over the black and whites.
Sperrin Óg were unusually slow to start against the Fr Rocks and were thankful tat Aisling Fox was on top form or the half time deficit could have been even greater.
Half time score Sperrin Óg 2-02 v Fr Rocks 3-06
Whatever was said at the break seemed to do the business and resulted in a much improved performance with Laura Lee O”Donnell and Shauneen Ferrity to the fore with strong running and high fielding features of their play.
The game was played 13 a side with Aghyaran short on numbers. Even though it was a high scoring game for Errigal, Aghyaran never gave up & played some good football retaining the ball at times & getting scores. Errigal were sharp on the attack and their defence worked hard and linked well with the forwards.
Scores Aghyaran; Maria McHugh 0-6, Aiobhinn McHugh, Emma & Clara McMenamin all 1pt each