Derrygonnelly maintained their winning start to the season with a comprehensive 1-15 to 0-06 victory over Ederney in Dromore last night.

The Harps bossed matters in the first half as they built up a substantial half time 1-09 to 0-03 advantage.

Michael Glynn accounted for 1-04 of Derrygonnelly's first half tally while Ryan Jones and Gary McKenna also landed points for Sean Flanagan's side.

The Ederney first half points arrived from Sean Cassidy and Pol McKervey.

The Harps registered the first three scores of the second half through McKenna (2) and Garvan Jones to pull further clear and although Paul McCusker and Mark McCauley had points for the St. Joseph's side, they never looked like troubling Derrygonnelly who finished up 12 point winners.

There was also a 12 point victory for Kinawley against Enniskillen as the Brian Borus inflicted a first defeat on the Gaels.

Kinawley were on top throughout the contest with the excellent Tom Keenan netting early on while he and Sean McManus were among the points as they carved open a 1-05 to 0-01 lead.

Eoin Beacom did slot over a couple of frees for Enniskillen but at the break Kinawley led by six, 1-08 to 0-05.

Keenan then landed the first point of the second half before McManus converted a penalty to end any notion of an Enniskillen comeback.

And Aaron McHugh goal late on wrapped up a comfortable evening for the Brian Borus who finished 3-12 to 0-09 victors against a disappointing Enniskillen side.

Belnaleck bounced back from their defeat at the hands of Enniskillen on Sunday with a one point win over Devenish in a high scoring affair in Garrison.

Devenish led by two at the break, 0-07 to 1-02 with Tom Treacy and JJ O'Brien both firing over two points apiece while the Belnaleck goal came from Darragh McGurn.

Garvan Quigley and Che Cullen both added goals in the second half for the Art McMurroughs and although Treacy, Joe O'Brien and Ruairi Doherty hit scores for Devenish they came up just short as it finished 0-19 to 3-11.

Roslea picked up their first win of the season as they claimed a three point win over an Irvinestown side who have one point from their first three games.

The Shamrocks led by two at the break, 0-08 to 0-06, with points coming from Sean Quigley and Shane Lynch while Gary Maguire and Josh Largo Elis registered for Irvinestown.

A Quigley goal early in the second half moved Roslea seven ahead, 1-10 to 0-06, and although Stephen Sheridan netted for Irvinestown, Roslea were able to keep their noses in front to secure a 1-13 to 1-10 victory.

In the night's other game in Division One, Tempo sealed their first league win with a hard fought 2-11 to 0-16 victory over Erne Gaels. Ryan Ingram bagged a goal in either half for Maguires with Aidan Breen, Lorcan McStravick and Tiarnan Bogue chipping in with points.

Shane Rooney top scored for Erne Gaels on the night with the Belleek outfit still awaiting their first points of the season.