Clonoe collected their first points of the campaign with a thumping win over Edendork. Paul Coney, Fintan McClure, Danny McNulty, Declan McClure, Ronan Coary, Collie Doris and Ciaran Magee got their goals. Emmett Hughes and Daire Conway were among the points for the visitors.
A strong first half laid the foundations for Coalisland’s win at Galbally. Plunkett Kane got their goal with Paddy McNeice, Cathair Quinn, Bailey Leonard and Cormac O’Hagan among their points. Ronan Nugent and Caoimhin Quinn were the Pearses goal scorers with Conor Donaghy and Nark Donnelly supplying points.
Ardboe edged the verdict away to Eglish thanks to a brace of goals from Eugene Devlin coupled with points from Kyle Coney, Shay McGuigan and Michael Lynn. Seamus Muldoon, Luke Donnelly and Dan Muldoon all found the net for the hosts.
Moy edged the verdict in a high scoring encounter with neighbours Dungannon. Ryan Coleman bagged two goals for the winners with Callum Fleming and Declan Conroy also raising green flags. Lorcan Mallon and Keifer Morgan got the Dungannon goals with James Morgan and Patrick Molloy among their points.
It’s two from two for Carrickmore after their win at Healy Park. Daniel Fullerton, Martin Penrose and Caolan Daly were their goals corers with Ciaran Daly and Ruairi Loughran contributing points. Conan Grugan scored a hat trick of goals including two with Eoghan McNamee Omagh’s other goal scorer.
Dromore have also made a perfect start after making home advantage count against Errigal Ciaran. Emmett McNabb, Tiernan Sludden and former Tyrone defender Ronan McNabb were among their points with Sean McNabb getting their goal. Thomas Canavan and Cathal Corrigan had points for the visitors with Ryan Lynch converting a late penalty.
Loughmacrory have a maximum return of points from two outings after seeing off the challenge of Derrylaughan. Eoin Mullan got the winners goal with Cathaoir Gallagher and Aodhan Donaghy among their points. Stephen McGrath got the major for the Kevin Barrys after points from Darragh Carney and James Donnelly.
Trillick secured their second away win in a row after coming out on top at Plunkett Park. James Garrity bagged an early goal and points from Ciaran Daly, Daire Gallagher and Garrity followed. Ronan Lagan and Ronan Duffin were among the Pomeroy points with midfielder Lorcan Kilpatrick bagging their goal.
A late Tiernan Drayne goal saw Donaghmore take the spoils at home to league champions Killyclogher. Conal McCann got the goal for the visitors with Ryan Cush, Conor Cush, Mark Hayes and Oisin McCann among the points for their respective sides.