Clonoe are a side bang in form as they demonstrated against Pomeroy. Fintan McClure hit a hat trick of goals with Ciaran Magee, Connor McAliskey and Declan McClure featuring among their points. Ronan Lagan and Gavin Goodfellow pointed for the Plunketts.
Errigal Ciaran made home advantage count against Edendork with the help of goals from Odhran Robinson and Stefan Tierney. Mark Kavanagh, Darren Canavan, Luke Ferguson and Harry Og Conlon had points for their respective sides.
Omagh made it two wins in five days when they edged the verdict against Coalisland at Healy Park. Tomas Clarke got their goal with Conor O’Donnell and Ryan McBride among their points. Brian Toner, Cormac O’Hagan and Bailey Leonard all registered for the Fianna.
It finished all square between Carrickmore and Killyclogher with a late Simon O’Neill free earning the visitors a share of the spoils. Ben Armstrong got the only goal of the game with Odhran Grimes, Joe McGurk, Conor Gormley, Barry Daly and Daniel Fullerton supplying points for their respective teams.
First half goals from Niall McKenna and Shane Mulgrew helped pave the way for a Donaghmore victory at home to neighbours Galbally. Mulgrew, Ryan Cush and Tiarnan Drayne had points for the winners with Conor Donaghy, Cormac Donnelly and Daniel Kerr on target for the Pearses.
Eglish are still waiting for their first point of the campaign after Loughmacrory proved too strong on home soil. Gareth Donaghy and Aodhan Donaghy got the goals for the winners with Luke Donnelly and Matthew McGleenan kicking Eglish points.
Moy’s perfect start to the season continued with Ryan Coleman’s goal proving crucial at Derrylaughan. Jamie Coleman and Steve Donaghy had points for the winners with James Donnelly and Fergal McAliskey scoring for the Kevin Barrys.
Dungannon recovered from conceding early goals to the Mulgrew brothers David and Oran to win at Ardboe. Mark McKearney and Patrick Quinn got the Clarkes’ goals with Patrick Molloy, Conor McKee and Kyle Coney among the points for their respective sides.
Dromore secured local bragging rights when winning at neighbours Trillick. Ryan McCusker’s goal proved crucial on a night when Emmett McNabb and Colm MacRory had points for the winners with James Garrity and Ryan Gray responding for the St.Macartans.