Dromore became the first team through to the semi finals of the grade one U14 league when they had a comprehensive win at home to Ardboe. Peter Teague and Emmett McNabb scored a hat trick of goals each for the St.Dympnas, Tiernan Sludden and Ciaran McCormick got a brace each and Declan McNulty and Callum Ward also found the net on a night when Ciaran Quinn and Odhran Sludden played well in defence for the winners.
Cookstown took on Greencastle and the young Father Rocks emerged 9-8 to 0-9 winners. It was a good all round team performance from Cookstown with Thomas McNicholl in goals, Conor O’Neill and Mark Megarry in midfield and Dean Teague, Dylan Coyle and Callum McGuckin up front worthy of special mention. Kildress got the better of Glenelly with Conor Quinn, Dara Loughran, Rory Monaghan, Darren Kane, Ryan McNamee and Phelim Gervin all playing well for the Wolfe Tones. Best for Glenelly were Shane Devine, Seamus Bradley Kevin McBride [1-2] and Eamonn McConnell, the latter top scoring with 2-2 to his name, Darren Sheerin their other goal scorer on the night.
Derrylaughan are another side who are in the hat for the last four after turning on the style to beat Newtownstewart. Tomas Carney [1-7], Paul Donnelly [3-1], Shay Gordon [2-1], James Donnelly [2-4], Brian Kennedy [1-2], Conor Donnelly [0-3] and Shane Crew [0-1] were the Kevin Barry scorers on the night with Gavin Corr and Darragh Coney playing well in defence as did Kennedy in midfield and all the forwards.
Pomeroy produced a sterling second half fightback to pip Fintona by the minimum margin on a 4-5 to 3-7 score line after the Pearses had led by six at the interval. Cathal Starrs, Jimmy Deazley and Reece Partingdon got the Fintona goals with Anthony McGrath contributing three points.
Cappagh defeated Brackaville in a high scoring encounter with Jamie Devlin [1-4], Kylan Thomas [2-0], Sean Day [1-2] and Sean Coney [1-0] getting the Roes scores with Brian Casey superb at full back for them. Cappagh’s scores came from Ronan Quinn 3-0, Mark Flanagan 1-3, Jake Kilmurray o-4, John Mc Gurk 1-0, Rory Cunningham 1-0, Rian Mc Caul 0-1. Killyclogher were on top for most of the first half and deservedly led 4-04 to 2-02 at the break but Brackaville came well into the game in the second half . Ronan Rafferty and Paul Kelly were superb in defence for the winners while Mark Flanagan, Jake Kilmurray and Ronan Quinn also worked tirelessly for them. Brackaville reduced Killyclogher’s lead to two points late in the second half as the game entered the last ten minutes. Substitute Rory Cunningham came on and scored a goal which helped to settle his side and late points from Rian Mc Caul and Mark Flanagan sealed a deserved but hard fought five point win for Killyclogher on a scoreline of 6-8 to Brackaville’s 5-6.
Aghyaran and Aghaloo produced a high scoring and highly entertaining match which ended in victory for St. Davog’s by 6-18 to 6-14 but it was only in extra time that the border men managed to pull away. Among the scorers for the winners were Connor Logue 1-7, Cahir Moss 2-2 and Brian Penrose 1-3 while Thomas Dolan, Benny Gallen and Jamie Hegarty all played well.
Owen Roes defeated Naomh Mhuire 4-10 to 2-8 with Michael Dooher leading the way for them in the scoring stakes with 3-4 to his name including two goals from the penalty spot. Kevin Cairns got their other goal with Cathal Kelly , Ryan McAleer , Aaron McGonigle  and Sean Kelly  their other scorers on a night when they had good performances from Jack McGeehan, Mark McFadden, Ryan Devine, Eoghan Devine, Conal McCormack, Barry McDaid, Philip Haughey and Jamie McGale.