Killyclogher overcame a determined Strabane side tonight at Ballinamullen in a game which the home side needed to avoid defeat. In spite of starting well and leading three points to no score after fifteen minutes courtesy of two points from Mark Bradley and one from Eoin Fox, Killyclogher found themselves 1-4 to six points behind as Strabane dominated the remainder of the half.
The Sigersons remained the dominant side and with less than fifteen minutes of the second half remaining they led 1-6 to 0-7. Killyclogher then lost big midfielder Paul Mc Fadden but threw caution to the wind as the game entered the last ten minutes. Two points from Mark Bradley and a Conal Mc Cann free put the home side ahead and then with time almost up substitute Tiernan Cox proved to be the hero for his side with two late goals as the hosts engineered a flattering win on a final score line of Killyclogher 2-10, Strabane 1-6.
Omagh Minor Development squad lost out to Killeeshil tonight 2-3 to 1-12 in a highly entertaining game. Omagh’s goals came from Shane Tierney and a Matty Browne penalty while their points on the night were scored by Michael O’Doherty, Costin Mallon and Niall Mc Laughlin. One of the highlights of the game for those watching was a wonder save from Omagh goalkeeper Niall Mc Crory. Stewartstown made the short trip to play Coalisland and the Harps came out on top on a 3-12 to 2-12 score line with Sean Rush, Mark Rooney, Darren Devlin and Dan Lowe playing well for the winners.
Errigal Ciaran beat Newtownstewart 5-14 to 2-7 with Niall Quinn and Michael McCann scoring two goals each with Fergal Kelly getting their other major. Aghaloo were in fine scoring form as they saw off the challenge of Moy on a 6-17 to 2-4 score line with Peter McCormack, Eoin Ward, Gary O’Gorman and Caolan Boyle all playing well for the winners. Ardboe picked up two points without kicking a ball after opponents Dungannon didn’t travel to Coney Park.
Greencastle enjoyed a comfortable 2-14 to 0-3 win over Drumragh in a game where they were always in control. Sean Fox and Gavin Slane top scored for the winners with 1-2 and 1-3 respectively while Cahir Mc Cullagh and Peter Mc Kenna knocked over four points apiece. Their final point came from the boot of Pearse Warnock to round off a convincing home win for the St Patrick’s. Meanwhile Loughmacrory ended their league campaign with a gutsy display at home to Omagh but still suffered a heavy 3-14 to 1-7 defeat. Niall Grimes nabbed a goal for the home side while Niall Donaghy, Conor Mc Elduff, Kevin Collins and Benny Donaghy were among the point scorers.
Pomeroy took on Naomh Mhuire but lost out 0-9 to 1-8 with Frank Burns , John Loughran , Ronan Quinn , P Cunningham  and Brendan Burns  the Plunketts marksmen. Aghyaran beat Gortin 4-11 to 3-11 with Paddy Deveny [1-4], Ronan McHugh [2-1], Ronan Catterson [1-2], Oisin McHugh  and Niall Hilley  the St.Davogs marksmen with Declan Browne playing very well and Darragh Travers having a good game in nets.