Both sides overcame tough challenges in the last four with Granemore defeating Killeavy and Cross seeing off Maghery.
There’s a new top scorer in the Senior Championship after the weekends semi-finals as Rian O’Neill topped the charts.
O’Neill wasn’t at his best on Friday evening, attacking wise, but still played an important part in Crossmaglen’s victory.
His pass for Jamie Clarke’s first mark was one of the highlights of the game but O’Neill also chipped in with a few scores.
He ended with 0-3 (2f), adding to his original tally of 0-12 from the games against Silverbridge and Dromintee.
Granemore’s talisman Jason O’Neill shoots up to second place, joint with Shane McPartland and Cian McConville with 0-14.
O’Neill had racked up 0-8 in Granemore’s wins over Pearse Og and Mullaghbawn, hitting 0-4 in both outings.
He then chipped in with 0-6 in Sunday’s semi-final win over Killeavy, hitting the first and last points on a historic day for Granemore.
McPartland ended Clan na Gael’s campaign as top scorer when they exited the championship at the hands of Killeavy.
The Clans midfielder was excellent on the day however and raised nine white flags bring his total to 0-14 for the campaign.
Cian McConville brought his shooting boots once again last Friday evening as his top scored with 1-3, all his scores coming in the second half.
McConville’s goal was the icing on the cake for Cross and he once again proved unmarkable. He’s recorded 1-11 in their three championship games to date.
Conor Grimley remains among the top scorers after his displays for Madden. Over two outings against Grange and Killeavy, Grimley put up a 0-10 tally.
Kevin Robinson’s goal against Armagh Harps was key for Maghery getting over the first hurdle and he hit 1-7 in three games.
Oisin Cushnahan joined Robinson as Maghery’s championship top scorer as hit claimed a total of 0-10.