Killyclogher played host to Dromore in a repeat of last season’s league final only this time the result was different as Dromore took the spoils. Colm MacRory got the goal for the St.Dympnas with Ronan McNabb, Peter Teague and Tiernan Sludden accounting for a dozen points between them. Mark Hayes got the goal for the home side with Mark Bradley and Tiernan McCann weighing in with a number of points between them.
Ardboe made home advantage count at the Loughshore as Caolan Mallaghan’s goal ultimately proved to be the difference between the two sides. Shay McGuigan, CL McGourty and Oran Mulgrew were among the points for the Rossas with Ciaran Daly, James Donaghy and Lorcan McGarrity rresponding for Carrickmore.
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Killeeshil 2-11 Tattyreagh 0-14
Clogher 3-18 Rock 2-11
Aghaloo 0-10 Aghyaran 2-11
Augher 3-14 Owen Roes 1-16
Kildress 2-13 Gortin 0-19
Stewartstown 1-15 Beragh 4-7
Strabane 1-10 Moortown 1-15
Naomh Eoghan 1-8 Greencastle 1-19
Goals from Paul O’Neill and John McMullan coupled with five points from Pascal Donaghy helped Killeeshil topple Tattyreagh at home. Once again James Darcy led the way in the scoring stakes for the visitors with 0-7 with Robert Porter and Eoghan Murray also on target.
Ryan McCaughey, Marc McConnell and Ciaran Bogue got the goals with McCaughey, Conor Shields and Rory McElroy weighing in with points as Clogher defeated Rock. Eoin Gallagher and Peter Loughran found the net for Rock with Conor McGarrity and Paudie Ward among their point scorers.
Goals from Eoghan and Dermot McHugh proved decisive as Aghyaran won away to Aghaloo. Jody McGlone, Tiarnan Donnelly, Benny Gallen and Johnny Connolly featured among the points for their respective teams.
Augher made it back to back wins thanks to a good performance against Owen Roes at Father Hackett Park. Eoin Keenan  and Aidan McElroy got their goals with Declan Connolly and Darragh Kavanagh among their points. Cathal McShane got the Owen Roes goal as well as a number of points with Conor O’Neill and Ryan Devine also on target.
Two late goals from Caolan McNamee helped Kildress snatch a draw at home to Gortin. Mattie McGuigan, Martin Grimes and Shea Quinn were among the points for the Wolfe Tones with Sean Og McAleer top scoring for Gortin and Brian McGarvey and Shane Clarke also providing points.
Stewartstown let an eleven point lead slip at home to Beragh as they lost out by the minimum margin. Anton Coyle scored the Harps goal as well as a number of points with Conor Quinn and Macaulay Quinn also on target. Conor McNamee , Peter Meenagh and Niall Owens got the goals for the Red Knights with Oisin Donnelly among their point scorers.
Moortown turned things around in superb fashion in the second half at Sigerson Park to take the spoils. Peter Devlin top scored for the Loughshore men with 0-7 with Ryan Kelly getting a few as well and Blaine Ryan finding the net. Ruairi Gormley got the Strabane goal and along with Danny McBride he was also responsible for seven of their points.
Greencastle made the trip to Naomh Eoghan and came away with the spoils thanks to scores from Mark Carson, Cahir McCullagh and Paddy McElhatton. Aidan McSorley, Kevin Gallagher and Conor Traynor had points for the hosts with Tiarnan Mayse grabbing their goal.