Omagh still lead the way at the top of the division one table despite tasting their first defeat of the campaign when losing to Errigal Ciaran at Dunmoyle. The hosts led 1-7 to 1-5 at the break with Cormac Quinn getting their goal and Darragh Canavan and Joe Oguz featuring among the points. Turlough Gallagher got the Omagh major with Ronan O’Neill among their points. An early second half Canavan goal left the hosts in a strong position and they tagged on points from Odhran Robinson, Peter Harte and Tommy Canavan. O’Neill finished with an impressive eight points for the visitors but it wasn’t enough on the night.
Killyclogher had to pull out all the stops to win at neighbours Greencastle with an injury time goal from Oran Potter finally settling the issue. Cahir McCullagh and Mark Carson supplied points for a Greencastle side who gave as good as they got throughout the sixty odd minutes. Conal McCann, Nathan Donnelly, Mark Bradley and Marc Flanagan were among the points for a Killyclogher side who led by the minimum margin at halftime, 0-6 to 0-5.
Derrylaughan are still looking for their first points of the season but they can count themselves unlucky not to have got both here never mind not even one against Dromore at Gardrum Park. The home side shaded the first half 0-8 to 0-6 thanks to points from Declan McNulty, Ciaran McCoy and Emmet McNabb, Tomas Carney and Stephen McGrath on target for the Kevin Barrys. A Conor McCabe goal coupled with a brace of points from Carney left Derrylaughan two in front with time running out but efforts from Sean McNabb and Odhran Rafferty levelled matters before Tiernan Sludden won it for Dromore deep into injury time.