Tyrone defeated Fermanagh 0-14 to 0-08 in Saturday night's Allianz NFL Division 1A derby match at Healy Park.
Raymond Johnston challenges Colm Cavanagh at Omagh
The Red Hands led 0-8 to 0-4 at the break and extended their advantage to take a comfortable victory.
Owen Mulligan top scored with five points with Colm McCullagh contributing three and Sean Cavanagh two. Top scorer for Fermanagh was Ciaran O'Reilly, 0-4.
Marty McGrath of Fermanagh and Tyrone's Kevin Hughes were both sent off for two yellow card offences after the break.
Cavanagh and Mulligan pointed for Tyrone in the opening minutes before O'Reilly replied with two frees to level the scores.
Mulligan and Raymond Mulgrew put the Red Hands in the driving seat again but Ciaran McElroy replied before Enda McGinley restored the two-point gap.
Shane Goan was on target for the Ernemen but further points from Cavanagh, Mulligan and McCullagh gave Mickey Harte's side a four-point cushion.
O'Reilly added two further second half points and Eamonn Maguire and Tom Brewster scored the remainder of the visitors' points.
Tyrone were always in control and their scorers after the break were Mulligan (2), McCullagh (2), Colm Cavanagh and Justin McMahon.
Tyrone: P McConnell, D McCaul, P Donnelly, D Carlin, B Boggs, C Gormley, J McMahon, K Hughes, S Cavanagh, R Mulgrew, O Mulligan, C Cavanagh, R Mellon, C McCullagh, E McGinley
Fermanagh: C Breen, N Bogue, B Owens, S Goan, R Johnston, H Brady, P Sherry, M McGrath, J Sherry, M Little, S Doherty, E Maguire, C McElroy, M Murphy, C O'Reilly.