Seven players in the Intermediate Championship have got their personal tallies into double figures after the quarter finals.
Leading the pack is Belleek man Sean McCreesh, who was also joint top scorer with Eddie Mallon after the opening round.
Belleek’s draw with Forkhill in round one meant that McCreesh had an extra game to build on his scoring tally.
Across those two outings with Forkhill and Sunday’s last eight clash with Tullysaran, McCreesh has accumulated a total of 0-26.
The left footed free taker top scored for Belleek in all three of those games and hit 0-9 last Saturday evening as they crashed out of the competition.
Gavin Conlon has been in superb form for John Devine’s Tullysaran and is second in the scoring charts.
He scored Tullysaran’s second goal on Saturday, a brilliant effort in the second half, and finished with 1-3.
That total along with the 0-8 Conlon struck in the first round against Crossmaglen IIs, leaves him on 1-11 after two games.
Ruairi O’Brien only came on in the first round against Whitecross and didn’t play the whole hour against St Peter’s yet sits third in the leader board.
His quickfire 2-2 in the opening round helped Shane O’Neill’s pull away from Whitecross and advance to the last eight.
On Sunday past, the youngster gave an exhibition of free taking and slotted over 0-6 from the dead ball. O’Brien has score 2-8 in his two appearances.
Dara Quinn has been on fire for Culloville so far in the championship and is currently their top scorer.
Quinn nailed 0-7 the first day out against Keady and finished with 1-3 as the Blues eased past Collegeland.
Eddie Mallon claimed a huge personal tally of 0-9 in the opening round for Tullysaran and added 0-3 to that against Belleek.
Mark McParland was in fine for form for Belleek during their championship campaign and hit 2-6 in three games.
Colm Watters is one of the most experienced forwards in the county and he’s rallied off 2-4 in two games for Culloville.