Cootehill Celtic 1-12 Sean Treacy’s 5-12
A hat-trick of goals from Sean Treacy’s sharpshooter Danny Magee guided the Lurgan men through to the last four.
Magee finished with a grand total of 3-6 to his names as Liam Kelly’s side ran out 12-point winners in the end.
Full forward Raymond Daly also chipped in with two goals while four other players also got their name on the scoresheet.
Cootehill Celtic opened the scoring through goalkeeper Niall Clerkin, who slotted over an early free.
Sean Treacy’s hit back emphatically with a Magee major before the hosts replied with their own three-point from Diarmaid Carney.
Michael Doran and Mark Moffett traded scores before Magee claimed a second goal to put his team back in front.
Raymond Daly grabbed his first of two goals before the half time whistle sounded, with Sean Treacy’s well ahead at the break. 3-6 to 1-5 at half time.
Magee extended that lead straight after the turnaround to build on the first half momentum Sean Treacy’s had gathered.
Moffett and Magee traded scores as Sean Treacy’s rattled the net once again, with Daly grabbing his second of the afternoon.
Two more scores from Moffett helped close the gap, but the Armagh Junior Champions were too far ahead and couldn’t be caught.
Magee fired over another couple of late points to extend the gap to 12 by the time the referee called for the ball.
It’s on to the semi-finals of Ulster now for Sean Treacy’s. They face Antrim side Shane O’Neill’s, who saw off Carrickmacross convincingly at the weekend.