Carrickmore are the new leaders in division one thanks to a narrow win away to Dromore in the game of the weekend in division one. Tiernan Sludden and Ciaran Daly were among the points for their respective sides in the first half and it was 0-6 each at the break. Tommy McCarron and Emmet McNabb edged Dromore in front but James Donaghy levelled matters before Jonny Munroe won it for the visitors.
Clonoe are joint second in the table thanks to a convincing win over visiting Galbally. The O’Rahillys grabbed first half goals from PJ Lavery and Paul Coney and they never looked back. Connor McAliskey, Ryan McCabe and Danny McNulty also featured on the scoresheet for them with Conor Donaghy top scoring for the Pearses with Liam Rafferty, Enda McGarrity and Ronan Nugent also on target.
Moy are one of three sides in joint second place and just one point off the pace after coming from behind to beat Coalisland by the minimum margin. Sean Corr, Plunkett Kane and Brian Toner were among the marksmen for the Fianna with Ryan Coleman and Michael Conroy weighing in with 0-5 each for he hosts, the latter with the equaliser as well as the winner.
Donaghmore experienced little difficulty in taking the two points against an under strength Eglish side. Conor Cush, Cormac McCann and Tiarnan Drayne hit a number of points for the visitors with Drayne and Peter McKenna getting their goals. Sean McKillion and Conall McNulty were among the points for the home side at Connolly Park.
Ardboe made home advantage count against Pomeroy. Kyle Coney, Shay McGuigan and David Mulgrew contributed a dozen points between them for the Rossas with Kieran McGeary getting the Plunketts goal and Frank Burns and Ronan Lagan among their points.
Omagh secured a crucial win away to Edendork. Conor O’Donnell and Ronan O’Neill were in fine form for the St.Endas with a goal each as well as a number of points between them with Jason McAnulla, Turlough Gallagher and Barry Tierney also on target. Emmet Hughes and Niall Morgan got the Edendork goals with Darren McCurry, Morgan and Jake Ferguson among their points.
The three games played on Saturday saw wins for Errigal Ciaran, Trillick and Killyclogher. Errigal defeated championship opponents Loughmacrory at Dunmoyle, the St.Theresas still joint second in the table despite the loss. Darren Canavan, Paudge McAnenly, Joe Oguz and Cormac Quinn were among the points for the winners with Pauraic Meenagh, Oisin O’Kane and Dara Curran on target for the visitors.
Trillick welcome Derrylaughan to Donnelly Park and the St.Macartans won with a bit to spare. Lee Brennan was in fine form for them with 2-5 to his name with Ciaran Daly, Richard Donnelly and Niall Donnelly their other goal scorers. Tomas Carney top scored for the Kevin Barrys with a goal as well as a number of points with James Donnelly and Conor McCabe also on target.
Killyclogher gained a much needed victory when they edged past Dungannon on home soil. Mark Bradley led the way in the scoring stakes for the St.Marys with Conal McCann, Oisin McCann, Nathan Donnelly and keeper Odhran Grimes also on target. James Morgan, Paddy Quinn, Padraig McNulty and Sean Cowan were among the points for the Clarkes.