Aghyaran made home advantage count against Beragh in a contest that saw late goals from Tommy Dolan and Jack Campbell. Prior to those strikes Rodger Leonard, Eoin McHugh, Dermot McHugh, Oran Treacy and Niall Owens had points for their respective teams.
Owen Roes came from behind at halftime to edge past visitors Kildress. Shea Loughran bagged an early goal for the Wolfe Tones with Michael Dooher and Tony Devine responding for the hosts. Points from Ricki Devine, Conor O’Neill and Dooher helped turn the tide after the break, Mattie McGuigan and Johnny Connolly on target for Kildress.
Greencastle’s perfect record came to an end as Tattyreagh collected their first points of the campaign. James Darcy led the way in the scoring stakes for the winners with 0-7 to his name with Colin Harkin and Joe Cartin also on target. Mark Carson and Barry McGarvey were among the points for Greencastle with Cathair McCullagh getting their goal.
Naomh Eoghan were another side who tasted defeat for the first time when they lost out at Killeeshil. The hosts were in control with points from Pascal Donaghy, Tomas Hoy and Packie McMullan, Aidan McSorley and Kevin Gallagher responding. Goals from Ryan and Tiernan Mayse levelled matters until Donaghy won it from a free.
Rock were the third side to lose for the first time this season when they went down to Stewartstown. Dan Lowe, Shea O’Neill, Gerard O’Neill and Shea Burke were among the points for the Harps with Liam Nugent, Padraig Ward and Shea Daly replying for the visitors.
Clogher were in fine scoring form as they eased to victory over Gortin. Cillian Barkey, Ciaran Bogue  and Marc McConnell got their goals with Ryan McCaughey weighing in with seven points. Eoghan McGarvey, Sean Og McAleer and Ciaran Brolly were among the Gortin scorers.
Augher collected their first points of the campaign when accounting for Strabane at Father Hackett Park. Darragh Kavanagh was in superb scoring form for the winners with 1-9 to his name with Eoin Keenan and Conor Hackett also on target. Warner Mullen, Ruairi Gormley and Mickey Logue had points for the Sigersons.
Moortown made home advantage count against Aghaloo at the Loughshore. The visitors had first half goals from Niall Henderson and Niall McElroy but points from Peter Devlin, Con Heron and Paul Quinn coupled with a Shea Lawn goal won the day for the St.Malachys.