Ardboe travelled to Father Devlin Park on Friday night to take on Donaghmore and the young Rossas turned on the style when recording a 6-11 to 0-5 victory. David Mulgrew 1-2, Michael O’Neill 1-1, Calum McGuigan 2-0, Manus Teague 1-1, Odhran Devlin 0-1, Nathan Bell 0-1, Caolan Mallaghan 0-1, Tiarnach Teague 1-0, Matthew O’Neill 0-2, Niall Callan 0-1, Kevin Coney 0-1 were on target for the winners on a night when they were best served by Eoin Lynn, Conor Duffy, Nathan Bell, Jordan Bell, Caolan Mallaghan, Manus Teague, John Teague, Gary Hagan and Callum McGuigan.
Errigal Ciaran played host to Galbally in a meeting between two unbeaten sides and it was the home side who edged a thriller 1-21 to 2-15. Paudge McAnenly hit a dozen points for the winners with Patrick O’Neill scoring 1-6 and Eoin Kelly notching a couple on a day when they had good performances from Ben McDonald, Niall Kelly, Simon Conroy, Padraig McGirr, McAnenly and O’Neill. Midfielders Ryan Hagan and Ronan Nugent got the Pearses goals with Enda McGarrity, Mark Quinn and Patrick Quinn landing ten points between them.
Moortown beat Dungannon 3-12 to 1-10 with Jamie McCullagh, Ronan Conlon and Shane McKeown getting their goals with keeper Michael Donnelly, Eoin Kelly, Conan McLernon and Conal McVey all playing well for the St.Malachys. Moy defeated Cookstown 0-10 to 1-3 with Ryan Coleman hitting five points, Declan Conroy getting four and Tom Loughran also getting their name on the score sheet. Turlough Kelly, Rory Magee, Loughran and Conroy all played well for the sky blues. Newtownstewart and Owen Roes finished 0-12 apiece with Aidan McSorley , Daryl McGuigan  and Michael Coreless the scorers for the St.Eugenes.
Greencastle defeated Loughmacrory 4-11 to 2-5 with a fine team performance. Gavin Slane led the way in the scoring stakes with 2-7 to his name with Shane McGuigan [1-2], Mel McCullagh [1-0], Aidan Clarke and Aidan Tuohey their others scorers on a day when they had good performances from Conan Brogan, Francie McKenna and Seamus Warnock, Diarmuid Grimes and keeper Cormac Harte playing well for the St.Theresas. Rock travelled to Drumquin and they edged a close encounter 3-7 to 2-8 with Ronan McKernan scoring two goals and Padraig Ward getting their other major with Martin Corrigan , Sean Moran  and Oran Devlin among their points and they had good displays from Devlin, Dylan Reid and Mickey Mallon.
Clonoe came from four points down at halftime to beat Eglish by four away from home. Eoin Teague [2-4], Kevin Duffin [1-2] and Paul O’Neill [1-1] were among the O’Rahillys scorers with Sean Timlin at full back, O’Neill in midfield and Fintan McClure and Ryan Morrow all playing well. Eglish had good performances from Mark Donnelly, Conor McKenna and Kevin Muldoon. Fintona continued their impressive start to the season with an emphatic victory against Drumragh. Mark McGlynn [2-4], Maurice McCloughan [2-2], Sonny McDonagh [2-0], Andrew McGrath [1-4], Daniel Keenan [1-1], Liam Maguire [1-1], Marious Monaghan  and Eoin McGarrity [1-0] were their scorers on the day. Killeeshil had a comfortable win over Naomh Padraig with Conall Monaghan, Caolan Devlin, Naoise Martin and Darragh Hamill doing the baulk of their scoring with Pascal Donaghy, Michael Doyle and Marc Staunton playing well for them.
Stewartstown picked up their first points of the season when they had a surprise 3-4 to 2-6 win over Coalisland. Conall Lyons, Dillon Toner and Carl McGrath were the Fianna’s best players on the day with Dylan McElhatton, John Lee and Shea Devlin getting the Harps goals. Kildress had a comfortable win over Trillick with Johnny Connolly [1-7], Caolan Loughran [2-0], Dara McGuigan , Conor Quinn [1-0], Charlie Conway [1-0], Ruairi Monaghan [1-1], Shane McNally , Stephen Loughran , Aaron Loughran and Enda McAleer on target for the Wolfe Tones. Neil Gray, Ryan Farry and Peter Gallagher tried hard for the St.Macartans.
Castlederg defeated Gortin 4-18 to 3-7 with Paddy Porter [1-6], Thomas McMenamin [1-2], Cathal McLaughlin , Ben McGrath [2-1], Pauric Keyes, Ruairi Connolly and Brandon Lynch all getting their names on the score sheet. James Clarke played well in goals for the winners with Daire Keyes, Liam Devlin and Paddy Porter others to the fore.