Armagh had a major influence on the Ulster University side that claimed All-Ireland glory on Wednesday night in UCD.
UU edged the Electric Ireland HE GAA Intermediate final with one-point to spare, winning 0-14 to 2-7.
Eleven players from the Orchard County were involved in the UU panel as they overcame UCC by the minimum of margins.
Ronan Mallon (Grange), started at corner back while Aidan Harney (Pearse Og) and Adam Markey (Dromintee) were the two wing half backs in defence.
Mullaghbawn midfielder Eoghan McDonnell partnered Jack Cunningham of Carrickcruppen in the centre of the park.
And at the attacking end, Cullyhanna duo Gavan Duffy and Caolan Reavey took up the two corner forward spots.
James McCormack of Ballyhegan also came off the bench in the second half to claim a score from a free.
Odhran Houlahan, Eoin McConvey and Niall Loye were also part of the panel, led by Ballymacnab manager and coach Barry Dillon and Paul Rouse.
McDonnell opened the scoring for the Belfast based university and claimed another during the opening half.
But two first half goals from the Cork side put them ahead by two at the half time interval, 2-3 to 0-7.
McDonnell’s midfield partner Cunningham, a 2021 Armagh Club All-Star, chipped in with a point early on in the second period.
James McCormack entered the fray, replacing Caolan Reavey in the forward line, and nailed a free kick.
UU overcame DCU in the preliminary round of the competition, easing to a comfortable 2-19 to 1-5 win.
Their quarter final clash with TU Dublin was much tighter, but UU done enough to get through by three-points. 2-13 to 2-10.
That set up a winner takes all encounter against UL and once again three was the difference. UU getting through on a scoreline of 1-8 to 0-8 on their way to the decider.