Aghaloo secured a crucial victory in midweek when they defeated Owen Roes at the Eoghan Ruadh Hurling field in Dungannon. Tiarnan Donnelly hit 1-3 for the winners with Niall McElroy getting three points and Niall Henderson a brace. Ryan McShane, Conall McCormick and Cathal McShane were among the points for Owen Roes with the latter hitting the bar from a penalty late on.
Aghyaran are now in the box seat as far as the Intermediate league table is concerned after a convincing win away to fellow challengers Greencastle. Ronan McHugh, Malachy Martin and Ciaran McGlinchey got the St.Davogs goals with Benny Gallen and Johnny Connolly among their points.
Beragh picked up a vital win at the other end of the table when they had the minimum to spare over Tattyreagh. Callum Corrigan got the goal for the Red Knights with Oisin Donnelly, Peter Meenagh and Niall Owens among their points. Jarleth McDonagh got the Tattyreagh major with Robert Porter, James Darcy and Ronan Collins supplying points.
Clogher bounced back from their championship exit with a comprehensive victory at home to Naomh Eoghan. Ciaran and Mark Bogue got the goals for the Eire Ogs with Marc McConnell, Conor Shields and Sean Bogue among their points. Kevin Gallagher got a goal and a few points for the visitors with Eoin Devine also on target.
Goals proved to be key as Killeeshil won at Rock. Mark Monaghan and Packie McMullan got the majors with Pascal Donaghy and Gary Reilly notching points. Aidan McGarrity and Liam Nugent hit 0-9 between them with Diarmuid Carroll getting his name on the scoresheet as well.
It was a must win game at Sigerson Park between Strabane and Stewartstown and it ended up in stalemate. Anton Coyle top scored for the Harps with his haul including the only goal of the game with Dan Lowe and Conor Quinn also on target. Oran McGrath and Ruairi Gormley led the way in the scoring stakes for the hosts with the latter getting a late equaliser.
Moortown were in sparkling form as they recorded an emphatic victory at Gortin. Con Heron , Shea Lawn, Tarlach Quinn, Lee Kelly and Ronan Conlon all found the net with Eoghan McGarvey, Peter Keenan and Oisin McAleer among the Gortin points.
Kildress were also in fine form as they won at Father Hackett Park against Augher. Mattie McGuigan got the goal for the Wolfe Tones as well as a number of points with Corey Holland and Shea Quinn also on target. Darragh Kavanagh, Martin McElhatton and Aidan McElroy had points for the St.Macartans.