Tyrone 1-4 Armagh 3-15
The Armagh Camogs claimed their place in the last four of the Division 3A league with a huge win over rivals Tyrone.
Armagh will take on Roscommon in the league semi-final, with Kildare and Carlow also competing for a final spot.
A hattrick of goals from full forward Eimear Smyth saw Armagh past their near neighbours by 17-points.
The visiting side got off to a flying start, with Sinead Quinn (2), Michelle McGuigan, Katie Comiskey Jennifer Curry and Smyth all pointing early on.
Then came the first Smyth goal, followed by McGuigan point as Armagh continued their ruthless dominance.
Curry and Leanne Donnelly added scores before Smyth buried home her second goal just before the break. That put Armagh 2-9 to 0-0 ahead at the half ways stage.
Smyth carried her goalscoring form into the second period and raised a third green flag straight away.
Comiskey stroked over her second score before Tyrone eventually got off the mark through Lara Devlin.
Ellie McKee also traded scores with Devlin, while Quinn did likewise with Tyrone’s Sally McCann.
Tyrone narrowed the gap with a goal, but that offered little threat to the result as Armagh pulled further away.
Smyth slotted over another point, followed by a second score from midfielder Leanne Donnelly.
McCann claimed Tyrone’s fourth and final point which was matched by Catherine Beagan as the referee sounded the full-time whistle.
It was a huge win for Armagh, who got through without sharpshooters Ciara Donnelly and Rachael Merry.
It’s their third win on the trot and Sean Hughes’ side are well on their way to achieving promotion.