Defending league champions Killyclogher edged out Trillick in a low scoring encounter thanks to points from Simon O’Neill and Oisin McCann. Frank McCaughey and Proinsias O’Kane were among the St.Macartans marksmen.
Donaghmore returned to winning ways with a convincing victory at home to neighbours Pomeroy. Conor Cush top scored for the hosts with his haul including a second half goal with Peter McCann and Fergal Donaghy also on target. Ronan Lagan, Hugh McNamee and Gavin Goodfellow supplied points for the Plunketts.
Errigal Ciaran are another side who made home advantage count when a strong last quarter saw them pull away from Coalisland in Dunmoyle. Odhran Robinson, Padraig McGirr and Ciaran McGinley got their goals while Mark Kavanagh weighed in with 0-7. Sean Corr, Niall Devlin and Peter Herron were among the Fianna marksmen.
Derrylaughan hit two late points to salvage a crucial share of the spoils against Dromore at the Loughshore. Tomas Carney, Fergal McAliskey, Sean McNabb and Emmet McNabb were among the points for their respective sides with Ronan and Emmett McNabb getting the St.Dympnas goals while James Donnelly got the Kevin Barrys’ equaliser.
Loughmacrory continued their winning ways with a resounding victory at Edendork. Diarmuid Gallagher and elder brother Cathaoir  got the Loughmacrory goals with Pauraic Meenagh and Aodhan Donaghy among their points.
Omagh had the minimum to spare over Moy at O’Neills Healy Park. Conor O’Donnell kicked 0-7 for the winners with Conan Grugan getting four while defender Ryan McBride got the late winner. Ryan Coleman top scored for Moy with 1-7 with Shane Mackle getting their other goal.
First half goals from Rory Donnelly, Sean Loughran and Brian Conway helped pave the way for a Carrickmore win over County champions Dungannon at O’Neill Park. The Clarkes rallied in the second half with scores from James Morgan, Keifer Morgan and Ciaran Barker but the visitors kept their noses in front throughout.
Eglish hit two late points to edge past Galbally in a contest that could have gone either way at Connolly Park. The Pearses grabbed an early goal through Oisin McGee but four Ethan Jordan points saw Eglish lead at the break. Christopher Morris and Conor Donaghy both found the net in the third quarter but efforts from Luke Donnelly, Sean Muldoon and Shane McCann saw the hosts level before a late Jordan winner.