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Urney enjoyed a landslide victory over Aghyaran with Tiarnan Langan hitting four goals, Danny Doherty getting 3-4 and Daryll Maxwell scoring 1-3 on a day when Liam Langan and Jake Lafferty played well too for the St.Columbas. Castlederg defeated Dromore “B” with Ben Harper 1-3, Darren Traynor 3-1, Shane Carlin 2-2 and Conor Harper among the scorers for the young St.Eugenes. Gary Hunter found the net for the St.Dympnas with Caolan McKenna and Eoghan McShane among their points.
Galbally made it two wins out of two when they beat Coalisland 5-14 to 5-3 at Pearse Park with Darragh Trainor, Mark Donnelly, Mark Lennon, Oisin McGee and Conor Donaghy all playing well and scoring too. Newtownstewart lost out to Carrickmore in a high scoring encounter with Jake McHugh [2-0], Michael McSorley [2-0], Tori Nicholas , Eoin Bradley [1-0] and Lorcan Curran  the St.Eugene’s scorers on the day. It finished honours even between Derrylaughan and Cookstown, 3-9 to 4-6. Best for the Kevin Barrys were Sean Cullen in goals, Owen Cushnahan, James Duffy and Paul McCabe in defence, Sean Crewe in midfield and Jack McMoran and Joe Donnelly in attack.
Killeeshil had a good 4-11 to 3-8 win with Jason Doyle, Daniel Millar, Niall McElvogue and Cormac Donaghy getting their goals and Tiernan Kelly, Niall Loughran, James Murray and Oran McElroy all playing well. Beragh lost narrowly 1-5 to 1-4 with Matthew McCann getting their goal and Cathaoir Donnelly, James McSorley, Conor Martin and Oisin Clarke getting a point each. Callum Corrigan and Eoin Grimes played well in defence for the Red Knights with Cathaoir Donnelly getting through a lot of work in the half forward line and keeper Conor Skidmore saving a penalty. Gortin were in fine scoring form as they recorded another win with Sean Og McAleer and Ciaran Brolly doing most of their scoring with Niall McKenna doing well in midfield and keeper Ruairi O’Neill playing well in goals. Owen Roes beat Cappagh 4-12 to 2-8 with Jamie Conway in goals, Pearce Devine in defence and Jack Kelly in attack all playing well for the winners.