Ardboe beat Moy 0-12 to 0-8 in a close encounter. David Mulgrew led the way in the scoring stakes for the Rossas with seven points to his name with Michael O’Neill , Aidan O’Neill  and Manus Teague their other scorers on a night when they had good displays from Kevin Coney, Conor Duffy, Michael O’Neill, David Mulgrew, Odhran Devlin, Callum McGuigan, Manus Teague, Nathan Bell and Eoin Lynn. Ryan Coleman , Declan Conroy , Shay Armstrong and Turlough Kelly were the Moy marksmen and they had good performances from Chris O’Neill, Tom Loughran and Ryan Coleman.
Greencastle enjoyed a comprehensive win over Trillick with Shane McGuigan in superb form scoring 2-6. Aidan Clarke , Conan Maguire [2-0], Chrissy Gillen , Aidan Tuohey  and Ciaran Tuohey were their scorers with Seamus Warnock, Chrissy Gillen, Mel McCullagh, Shane McGuigan, Aidan Tuohey and Aidan Clarke all playing well for the winners. The St.Macartans were understrengh with Lee Brennan their top scorer on the night. Kildress had a good 1-14 to 2-7 win over Owen Roes with Johnny Connolly top scoring for the Wolfe Tones with seven points to his name. Caolan Loughran grabbed their goal while Ruairi Monaghan , Enda McAleer , Stephen Loughran and Liam Nugent all weighed in with points as well.
Moortown defeated neighbours Cookstown on a 1-8 to 0-5 score line. Ronan Conlon scored the only goal of the game with Connell McVey, Jack McGuigan, Conan McLernon, Shane McKeown and James Devlin all featuring among the points with Christopher McGuigan outstanding at full back. Aiden Doyle, Christopher McNicholl, Dean Teague, Dylan Coyle and Colm Cummings all got a point each for the Father Rocks. Killeeshil beat Clann na Gael 5-10 to 2-11 with Joe O’Neill, James Murray, Pascal Donaghy and Ryan Doyle all playing well with Conall Monaghan, Caolan Devlin, Naoise Martin, Marc Staunton and Darragh Hamill all on the score sheet. Coalisland and Pomeroy played out a 1-12 to 2-9 draw with Gerard Quinn getting the Fianna’s goal with Shea Oliver, Gerard Woods, Sean Corr, Tiernan Duffy and Michael McKernan all getting points with Conal Lyons solid at full back. Naomh Mhuire had a good 4-7 to 1-5 win over Eglish with Conor O’Rourke scoring a hat trick of goals. Goals won the day for Carrickmore as they defeated neighbours Galbally 4-8 to 0-17. Aidan Fullerton and Conan McElduff featured among the scorers for the St.Colmcilles with Mark Quinn and Enda McGarrity on target for the Pearses.
Newtownstewart proved too strong for Loughmacrory on a 5-13 to 2-6 score line with Aidan McSorley [2-4], Tiernan McNamee [1-5], Pearse McSorley [2-1], Michael Coreless  and Shane Ashenhurst the St.Eugenes scorers. Clonoe defeated Stewartstown 5-9 to 1-12. Sean Timlin, Adrian Devlin and Donavan Shields were very good in defence for the O’Rahillys while Shane Donnelly and Paul O’Neill battled hard in midfield. Up front Kevin Duffin [2-3], Fintan McClure [2-2], Sean Cullen [1-1] and Caoimhin Donnelly  all played well for the winners. Omagh defeated neighbours Cappagh with Joe Colton and Thomas Clarke playing well for the St.Endas with Ryan Bradley top scoring for Cappagh.
Errigal Ciaran edged the verdict against Dromore; 2-9 to 1-9 the final score line. Padraig McGirr [1-1], Paudge McAnenly , Niall McGirr [1-0], Eoin Kelly , Paddy O’Neill  and Plunkett Donnelly  were their scorers with Ben McDonald, Niall Kelly, Paudge McAnenly and Plunkett Donnelly all playing well. Callum Ward got the Dromore goal with Declan McNulty , Peter Teague , Tiernan Sludden and Joe McCusker their point scorers.
Strabane got the better of Gortin by the minimum margin in a great open game of football, 3-10 to 3-9 the final score. Gortin began well with points from McKenna and a goal from a McGarvey penalty before the Sigersons hot back with a trio of points Darragh Gartland. A rasper from McKenna left Gortin 3-3 to 0-6 in front at the break. The Sigersons got a great start to the second half with Shernin Kelly winning a penalty which Tom McDermott converted. Two points from substitute D McAuley coupled with 1-1 from Gartland got Strabane back on level terms. Mark McAdams then put Strabane in front while at the other end of the field Sigersons keeper Reece McLaughlin brilliantly tipped a goal bound effort over the bar but Strabane managed to edge the verdict late on. Best for the winners were M McElwee, T McMullan, S Kelly, R McLaughlin and D Gartland while Gortin had good displays from S McKenna, Eoghan McGarvey, P McCullagh, S Treacy and Shane O’Neill.