Clonoe travelled to Dromore and picked up a superb 2-6 to 0-9 win. It was 0-2 each at the break with Daryl McGee and Sean Muldoon among the points for their respective teams. with less than ten minutes to go the St.Dympnas led 0-8 to 0-4 with points from Colly McCrory, Matthew McCaffery, Sean Muldoon and Ruairi Sludden, Pauric Donnelly and Declan McClure with Clonoe points. With eight minutes to go McGee scored a Clonoe goal before the same player scored an injury time penalty to win the game. Dungannon beat Carrickmore 4-7 to 3-8 with B Cassidy hitting 2-4 for the Clarkes and Kelvin Campbell and Sean Molloy also finding the net, McElhatton notching half a dozen points for the St.Colmcilles.
Omagh B beat Moy 3-8 to 0-12 with Stefan Lavery hitting seven points for the Tir Na Ogs and Mark McConville , Niall McConville  and Declan Conroy getting their other scores on a night when John Millar, Daniel Beaddie, Jack Donaghy, Mark McConville and Lavery played well for them. the sides were level at the break 0-6 to 1-3 but Omagh’s ability to take goals when the chances arose proved to be the key difference between the sides. Omagh’s goals came from Michael O’Doherty, Costin Mallon and Aarron Mc Cutcheon while Mallon, John Mc Dermott, Jude Campbell, Caolan Mc Namee and birthday boy Peter Crossley all got points for the winners.
Galbally travelled to the Loughshore and defeated Derrylaughan 3-10 to 1-12. Aidan Nugent and Neil Hagan got goals for the Pearses with Sean Murphy, Ronan Nugent, Enda McGarrity and Hagan getting points. The winners’ keeper Paul O’Hagan saved a second half penalty with full back Fergal McGarrity outstanding for the winners. Conor McCabe and Stephen McGrath did most of the scoring for the Kevin Barrys with Matthew O’Neill, Gerard McMoran, James Kennedy, Noel Coary and James Ryan all playing well for them.
Coalisland beat Stewartstown 2-11 to 1-9 with Paddy Cambell getting the Harps goal and Dan Lowe and Cathal Devlin scoring three points each.Ryan Devlin, Sean Rush and Frank Lowe all scored a point each as well on a night when James Campbell, Conor Quinn, Mark Rooney, Cathal Devlin and John Lee all turned in good displays, Paudie Hampsey was outstanding for the Fianna.
Brackaville played host to Castlederg at O’Brien Park and they turned on the style to win easily. Shea O’Donnell and Tiarnan McGlinchey scored 4-8 between them with PJ Mackle, Marcus Mackle, Martin Gervin, Paddy McCusker, Dale McSorley and Donard Conway others to get their names on the scoresheet in a superb all round display. Pomeroy and Naomh Mhuire must do it all over again after drawing 0-14 each after extra time while Kildress had the minimum to spare over Gael Naomh Padraig, 2-10 to 2-9 the final score line. Greencastle overcame a determined Naomh Padraig team 4-10 to 2-9 in a high scoring and very entertaining game where the visitors battled right to the end before losing out by seven points. Naomh Padraig scorers on the night were Caolan Corr 1-2, Conan Dorman 1-2, Michael Carolan 0-3 and Donal Robinson 0-2.