Armagh 1-14 Roscommon 1-6
Armagh qualified for the Division 3A league final following their eight-point win over Roscommon on Saturday.
The Camogs had been in flying form prior to Saturday’s semi-final, beating Mayo, Kildare and Tyrone to reach the last four.
They continued their winning ways at the weekend and will now face Carlow, who beat Kildare, in the decider.
Roscommon got the game up and running with a point but Armagh soon tied the game through Sinead Quinn.
The sides continued to trade scores in a tight opening quarter, with Katie Comiskey and Eimear Smyth matching the oppositions efforts.
A brace from joint-captain Michelle McGuigan put the Orchard County ahead for the first time before a goal from Smyth fired them five ahead.
Roscommon replied instantly with a goal of their own from Anna Campbell to close the gap once again.
Comiskey and Smyth raised another two white flags as Sean Hughes’ ladies remained on top of the contest.
Roscommon pulled one back but that was cancelled out by Ellie McKee with the final score of the half. Armagh headed in the break holding a 1-8 to 1-4 advantage.
And any hope of a Rossie revival was quenched at the start of the second half with three on the trot from Armagh.
Smyth and McGuigan added further points while Rachael Merry also got in on the scoring act.
Two scores from Shauna Fallon kept Roscommon in touch. But they were matched by Jennifer Curry and Merry.
Smyth chipped over the final score of the game, to hand Armagh an eight-point win and a spot in the league final.
They’ll take on Carlow in two weeks’ time, with the date, time and venue all to be confirmed.