Moy had a narrow win away to Galbally. The sides were level at the break with Ronan Nugent getting Galbally’s goal and Ryan Coleman among the Moy points. Coleman got an early second half major and after Conor Donaghy and Sean Murphy had exchanged points with Michael Conroy substitute Jamie Coleman had the final say for the visitors.
Goals from Enda McCaffery and Ronan O’Neill coupled with points from Conor O’Donnell helped Omagh overcome County champions Dungannon at O’Neills Healy Park. Paul Donaghy got the Clarkes goal with James Morgan and Paddy Quinn contributing three points each.
A goal deep into injury time from Tom Grimes earned Donaghmore a share of the spoils at home to Trillick. Conor Cush had found the net twice for the hosts while Lee Brennan landed 0-9 for the St.Macartans with James Garrity kicking four points.
Cormac O’Hagan top scored for Coalisland with a goal and a number of points as they secured a crucial win at Pomeroy. Brian Toner and Plunkett Kane were also on target for the Fianna while Kieran McGeary, Ollie McCreesh and Hugh McNamee were on target for the Plunketts.
Ardboe had the minimum to spare away to Dromore in their championship dress rehearsal. Ryan McCusker and Shay McGuigan got the goals for their respective sides with Niall Sludden, Tiernan Sludden, David Mulgrew and Mattie Bell among the points.
Loughmacrory’s superb run of form continued when they accounted for Clonoe at O’Rahilly Park. Shane Dobbs got their goal while Cathaoir Gallagher and Pauraic Meenagh were among their points.
Darren McCurry scored both Edendork goals as well as a number of points but it wasn’t enough to prevent them from losing by the minimum margin at home to Derrylaughan in a crucial game in the lower regions of the division one table. James Donnelly found the net for the Kevin Barrys while Tomas Carney and Stephen Mc Grath were among the points.
Carrickmore made home advantage count against Eglish with James Donaghy, Rory Donnelly, Ciaran Daly and Ruairi Slane among their points. Emmett McKenna got the Eglish goal with Matthew McGleenan and Ethan Jordan among their points.
Errigal Ciaran edged out Killyclogher in a high scoring encounter at Dunmoyle. Odhran Robinson and Ben McDonnell got the goals for the hosts while Mark Bradley got a hat trick for Killyclogher with Mark Hayes also finding the net.