Ardboe played host to Dungannon at Coney Park and the Loughshore lads came out on top on a 3-9 to 2-5 scoreline. The visitors began well with Dylan O’Hagan getting an early goal and Conor McKee and Dalaigh Jones contributing points. Ardboe though turned things around to lead by six at halftime and they never looked back. Eugene Og Teague, Shea Quinn and Stefan O’Hare got the goals for the Rossas with the latter’s coming from the penalty spot. Jones got Dungannon’s goal in the second half on a day when Patrick Keogh, Rhys Campbell and O’Hagan played well for the Clarkes. Killeeshil made it back to back wins when they accounted for Edendork at home on a 4-11 to 2-12 scoreline. Cormac Donaghy bagged a first half goal with Thomas Hoy and Louis Conlon among the points as the hosts shaded the first half 1-6 to 0-8. Ryan Doyle scored a second half penalty but Edendork showed great battling qualities to come from five down to lead. Killeeshil though responded with goals from Hoy and Donaghy again to win the day, Liam Hughes with one of the points of the game. Shea Skeffington, James Murray, Ryan Conlon and MJ McKenna stood out in the winners’ defence with Niall Loughran, Jason Doyle, Donaghy and Hoy to the fore as well. Paul Donaghy led the way in the scoring stakes for Edendork with 1-6 to his name, Oran Donnelly contributed 1-2 with Ryan McCurry , Emmett Hughes and Luke Ferguson their other marksmen. Galbally picked up their first win of the campaign with a resounding 5-11 to 1-7 victory away to Moortown. Daniel Kerr top scored for the Pearses with 2-2 to his name with Callum Kelly, Kieran Holland and Tiarnan Loughran also finding the net and Caoimhin Quinn and Mark Donnelly featuring among the points on a day when Conor Quinn stood out in defence. Jamie Devlin hit five points for the St.Malachys, Eunan Devlin got their goal with Shaun Conway getting a brace of points on an afternoon when their best player was Rian McLernon. Dromore inflicted a first defeat of the campaign on Cappagh when they won 0-15 to 0-6 away from home. Caolan McCarron, Oran Sludden and Emmett McNabb led the way in the scoring stakes for the St.Dympnas with Nathan McCarron, Odhran Rafferty, Cahair Goodwin, Caolan Slevin, Oisin Gallogly and Jamie Law all impressing as well. PT Cunningham and Cormac McGettigan were among the points for the home side. Errigal Ciaran and Carrickmore share the spoils after a high scoring encounter. Conor Loughran [2-1], Padraig McElduff [1-3], Ciaran Daly  and Ruairi Slane  were among the scorers for the St.Colmcilles and they had good performances from Jarlath Kerr, Tommy McCallan, Loughran and McElduff as it finished 3-13 to 4-10. Beragh edged out Gael Naomh Padraig 1-15 to 2-11 after coming from nine points down at halftime. Oisin Donnelly scored seven points, Dean McKenna got 0-5, Oisin Treacy 1-2 with Conor Martin their other point scorer. Tiernan McCrystal, Matthew McCartan and Sean Kerr all played well for the Red Knights as well. Brackaville hit 3-10 away to Brocagh but still ended up with nothing to show for their efforts as their opponents weighed in with 5-9. Rhys McDonald, Conor Stock, Chris O’Donnell and Eoin Loughran all contributed scores for the Roes with Aaron O’Neill, Sean Coney, Paul Gervin, Nathan Teague and Owen Linden all playing well for them. Kildress were comfortable winners over Coalisland with Patrick Campbell, Jack Fee and Oran Bayne the Fianna’s best players on the day. Greencastle travelled to Urney and came home with the points after winning 6-9 to 5-5. Aaron Donnelly top scored with 2-4 to his name for the St.Patricks with Jordan Gumley [1-1], Paddy McElhatton [1-0], Conan Maguire [1-0], Ciaran Coyle [1-0], James Mannion, Jack Tuohey and Ciaran Coyle their other scorers on the day. Liam Langan, Daniel Doherty, Daryl Maxwell, Conor McGrenra and Cameron Coyle got the Urney goals with Doherty, Maxwell and Paddy McHugh all playing well for them.