Kildress have hit the ground running since their return to Intermediate football and at the weekend they had a convincing win at Stewartstown. Mattie McGuigan led the way in the scoring stakes for the Wolfe Tones with 1-8 to his name with Stephen Loughran their other goal scorer. Gerard O’Neill got the Harps goal with Conor Quinn, Dan Lowe and Shea Burke among their points.
Aghyaran are another side with full points after withstanding a late rally from Clogher. Ronan McHugh was once again in fine scoring form for the St.Davogs with Johnny Connolly and Eoin McHugh also on target. Cillian Barkey, Ryan McCaughey and Marc McConnell had points for the Eire Ogs with the former also grabbing their goal.
Naomh Eoghan made home advantage count against Augher. Aidan McSorley, Ryan Mayse and Kevin Gallagher landed a number of points between them for the winners with Mayse also converting a penalty. Aidan and Raymond McElroy had points for the visitors with the former also getting a goal and Daire Kavanagh converting a spot kick.
Goals won the day for Gortin as they came out on top against Beragh. Sean Og McAleer, Ciaran Brolly and Eoghan McGarvey all raised green flags for the visitors with Oisin Donnelly, Martin Rodgers and Cathal Owens providing points for the Red Knights.
Rock managed to edge out Owen Roes in a close encounter on home soil. Aidan McGarrity got both goals for the winners with Shea Daly and Liam Nugent among the points, the latter with the decisive score. Seamus Dooher got the Owen Roes goal with Conor O’Neill weighing in with four points.
Moortown emerged winners over Tattyreagh at the Loughshore. Shea Lawn got the goal for the St.Malachys with Peter Devlin, Michael Hagan and Ryan Kelly landing a dozen points between them. James Darcy top scored for the visitors with a goal among his haul while Collie Harkin got their other major.
Aghaloo secured local bragging rights away to Killeeshil when they came from behind to win. Tiernan Donnelly, Niall McElroy and Gary O’Gorman were among the points for the winners with Pascal Donaghy, Gary Reilly and Tomas Hoy replying for the St.Marys.
It’s two wins out of two for Greencastle after they saw off the challenge of Strabane at home. Mark Carson, Cahair McCullagh and Paddy McElhatton did the bulk of the scoring between them for the hosts while Ruairi Gormley and Eoin Barkey got the Sigersons goals with Oran McGrath contributing a number of points as well.