Daniel McDonnell top scored for Trillick with 1-4 to his name with Ciaran Daly and Liam Gray also on target as they got the better of Omagh at Donnelly Park. Conor O’Donnell weighed in with 0-5 for the St.Endas with defender Hugh Gallagher bagging their goal.
Carrickmore made home advantage count against battling neighbours Pomeroy. Daniel Fullerton got the only goal of the game for the winners with Ciaran Daly, Caolan Daly and Martin Penrose among their points. Ollie McCreesh, Ronan Duffin and Brendan Burns all featured on the scoresheet for the Plunketts.
Errigal Ciaran proved too strong for Galbally at Dunmoyle. Padraig McGirr, Paudge McAnenly, Odhran Robinson and Peter Og McCartan got the goals for the winners with Daniel Kerr and Enda McGarrity supplying points for the Pearses.
Eglish made it three wins on the trot with a superb victory against previously unbeaten Dromore. Michael McGleenan got the all important goal in a low scoring encounter with Ethan Jordan, Luke Donnelly, Emmet McNabb and Ronan McNabb among the points for their respective sides.
Dungannon came out on top in their local derby at Edendork in a contest that saw both sides finish with thirteen men. Conor McKee top scored for the Clarkes with James Morgan and Sean Cowan also on target. Conor Mallon, Stephen Corr and Emmet Hughes had points for the hosts.
Loughmacrory’s impressive campaign continued when they saw off the challenge of Coalisland on home soil. Cathair Gallagher, Pauraic Meenagh and Gareth Donaghy had points for the winners with Paddy McNeice and Plunkett Kane responding for the Fianna.
Killyclogher travelled to the Loughshore to take on Derrylaughan and they picked up two crucial points after having the minimum to spare against their opponents. Simon O’Neill, Nathan Donnelly and keeper Odhran Grimes provided points for the visitors with Ciaran Quinn, Conor McCabe and Tomas Carney on target for the Kevin Barrys.
It finished honours even between Moy and Clonoe in a low scoring clash. Declan Conroy, Ryan Coleman and Paddy Lavery were among the points with Stephen McNulty, Paul Coney and Connor McAliskey on target for the O’Rahillys, the latter with an injury time equaliser from a free.