Dromore made it three wins out of three when they shaded the verdict at home to Pomeroy thanks to points from Emmett and Ronan McNabb, Jude Campbell and Ronan Duffin with points for the Plunketts.
Donaghmore made it back to back victories when Shane Mulgrew grabbed an injury time winner at home to Omagh. Conor Cush got the only goal of the game with Conan Grugan and Conor O’Donnell weighing in with points for the St.Endas.
Killyclogher finished strongly to ease to victory at home to Galbally. Oisin McCann and Fergal Meenagh got late goals for the winners with Conor Donaghy and Cormac Donnelly supplying points for the Pearses.
Dungannon collected their first points of the campaign when ending Loughmacrory’s unbeaten start. Keifer Morgan bagged the only goal of the game with Conor McKee, Cathal Donaghy and Cathaoir Gallagher among the points for their respective sides.
Carrickmore were narrow winners in one of the games of the day at Coalisland. Ciaran Daly and Danny Fullerton had scores for the winners with Paddy McNeice and Bailey Leonard responding for the Fianna.
Eglish are still searching for their first win after losing at home to Derrylaughan. Ciaran Gervin struck for the only goal of the game with Tomas Carney and James Donnelly getting points for the Kevin Barrys. Dan Muldoon, Emmett McKenna and Paul Mason had points for the home side.
Its three from three for Moy with the Coleman brothers Ryan and Jamie their goal scorers. Kyle Coney and Shay McGuigan had a number of points between them for the Rossas.
Trillick have still a perfect record after winning away to Edendork, Conor Mallon with both goals for the St.Malachys. Simon Garrity got the winners goal with Sean O’Donnell and Niall Donnelly among their points.
For the second week running Clonoe racked up a big score to comfortably see off the challenge of Errigal Ciaran at O’Rahilly Park. Danny McNulty bagged a brace of goals after Fintan McClure had raised the first green flag. Mark Kavanagh and Odhran Robinson had points for the visitors.