Drumragh beat Gortin 1-15 to 1-6 in the MFL 3B on Friday evening at Clanabogan. Ciaran McCann got the winners’ goal in the second half. The home side were on top from the start and by half time were 0-8 to 0-4 ahead. Drumragh’s first half scores came from Tommy Murphy 0-5 (four frees), while Gareth McGrath and Sean McGale (2) got excellent scores from play. Murphy added another three points (2 frees) to his first half total while McCann knocked over two points for the home side. The best score of the evening came from Gareth McGrath who ran nearly half the pitch for his second point while Turlough McLaren completed the scoring for Drumragh. The Sarsfields were reduced to fourteen men when Paddy Roche was sent off for two yellows late on. Murphy, McGrath, McCann and McGale were Drumragh’s best players on the night.
Killyclogher made the short trip to play Carrickmore and the St.Marys edged a close encounter 2-8 to 2-7. Tiarnan Cox notched a couple of points while Matthew McCloy and Paul McFadden were the goal scorers for the visitors, the latter returning from a shoulder injury, on a night when they had good performances from Nathan Breen and Ryan Bradley in the half back line and Declan McGinn in the half forward line. Galbally picked up their first points of the season and at the same time ended Clonoe’s perfect start to their campaign when they emerged five point winners at O’Rahilly Park. Enda McGarrity, Ronan Nugent and Christopher Morris all scored goal s for the Pearses on a night when they had good performances from Neil Hagan, Ryan Hagan, Shea Hurson, Seamus Mulgrew and Fearghal McGarrity.
Ardboe defeated Cookstown 2-12 to 0-11 with Michael Cassidy [1-2], Oisin Devlin [1-0], Michael Lynn , Mattie Laverty , Nathan Bell , Barry Devlin , Aidan O’Neill  and Kevin Coney  the Rossas marksmen with Shane Graham, Paddy Sheehy, Eddie Sheehy, Peter O’Neill, Danny Brady, Oisin Devlin, Eoin Quinn, Nathan Bell and Michael Lynn all playing well for them. Omagh easily accounted for Dromore with Ruairi Sludden getting most of the scores for the St.Dympnas. Errigal Ciaran had three points to spare over Trillick in a close encounter. Lee Brennan , Daire Gallagher , Stephen O’Donnell [1-0] and Ryan Farry  were all on target for the St.Macartans. Errigal Ciaran trailed by a point at the break but a Ben McDonald goal ten minutes from time proved to be the decisive score as they won 2-9 to 1-9. Mark Kavanagh weighed in with 1-2, Niall Quinn, Paudge McAnenly and Paddy O’Neill all got a brace of points each with Niall Kelly their other scorer.
Rock had a good 1-12 to 2-8 win over Tattyreagh with Diarmuid Carroll hitting a splendid nine points for the winners with Kevin Mallon, Ryan Litter and Martin Corrigan all on target as well on a night when Niall McWilliams and Shea Litter played well too. Edendork defeated Coalisland 1-10 to 0-11 on an evening when Paudie Hampsey, Sean Corr and Cathair Quinn all scored three points each for the Fianna with Conal Lyons at corner back their best player with Paul Herron and Tiarnan Bayne doing well too. Pomeroy accounted for Owen Roes on a 2-10 to 1-7 score line with Aidan Woods and Gavin Goodfellow hitting 1-1 each with Frank Burns , Kieran McGeary , D Gray  and P Cunningham also on target on a night when Aidan Woods, Gavin Goodfellow and the McGearys Declan and Kieran all played well for the Plunketts.
Stewartstown beat Gael Naomh Padraig 4-11 to 4-8 with Sean Rushe and Cathal Devlin getting their goals with Conor Quinn, Darren Devlin and Cathal Devlin all playing well for the Harps. Darragh Kavanagh and Sean Hackett scored 4-7 between them for the Augher/Clogher combination with Conor McKenna and Paul McGirr getting their names on the score sheet as well. Moortown defeated Loughshore neighbours Derrylaughan 1-16 to 1-7 with midfielders Stephen Spiers and Anthony Devlin playing well, the latter getting their goal, with Cathal Quinn, Daire Quinn, Michael Paul McCann and Shea Kelly all playing well. Stephen McGrath was the best player on show for the Kevin Barrys with 1-4 to his name with Jack Ryan playing well too.