Brocagh returned to winning ways with a five point win over Castlederg. Mickey Hughes hit 0-6 while Brandon Mc Kiver got the all important goal for the Emmetts. Michael Robinson, Barry Donnelly and Ciaran Campbell also weighed in with points in their 1-11 to 0-6 victory.
Derrytresk got the better of neighbours Killyman in a 3-13 to 0-7 win. Oran Hughes (1-4), Paul Greville (1-3) and Paudie Bell (1-0) each found the net for the Hill while Eoin Mc Nally (3), Caolan O’Donnell (2) and Mickey Robinson (1) tagged on points. The Killyman scores came fromRonan Mc Veigh (3), Sean Donnelly (2), Eamon Donnelly, Dara Morgan and Cathal Mc Gahan.
Errigal Thirds pushed high flying Cookstown all the way before the Fr Rocks emerged 2-6 to 0-5 winners. Matthew Carberry proved his worth once again to the Cookstown cause with 2-1 while Marty Murray (2), Ruairi Mullan, Sean Mc Laughlin and Eoghan Donnelly were also among the points for the winners. Cahir Tierney (2), Niall Quinn, Damien Dasher Mc Dermott and Damien Daisy Mc Dermott were the men on target for Errigal.
Brackaville had two points to spare over Glenelly in a closely fought encounter that finished 2-11 to 1-12. An early Ronan Mc Hugh goal put Brackaville in front but Glenelly battled back to go in at the break tied 1-5 to 0-8. Indeed Terry Mc Cullagh hit the net for Glenelly at the start of the second half to put them three clear but Brackaville fought back and with points from Dale Mc Sorley (3). Jason O’Neill (2) and Stefan Gervin plus a Sean Day goal they secured the win. Seamus Harkin finished with 0-5 for the north Tyrone men while Gavin Mc Garvey (2), Aodhan Mc Connell, Rory Kennedy, Colm Hicks, and Kevin Mc Connell each tagged on points.
Urney and CNG met in a high scoring north Tyrone derby that saw Urney take the victory winning 5-14 to 3-9. Even without the injured Johnny Lafferty CNG had no answer to the pace and finishing of their opponents. Urney dominated the opening half and reached the break leading 3-7 to 0-3. Things improved for the Clansmen after the break but Urney were never in any danger and with Marty Holland (3-1) and Jamie Mc Aleer (1-5) in fine scoring form they eased to another win. Shea Browne (1-3), Ryan Devine (1-0), Eoghan Dooher (1-0) got the CNG goals while Mickey O’Neill, Adrian and Danny Ball and Ryan Timmons were among the points.