Lissummon 1-14 Clady 0-12
Lissummon made it two from two in Group D on Friday night when they overcame Clady with five points to spare.
Last years beaten finalists saw off Redmond O’Hanlon’s in the opening round, with nine the difference that night.
Clady on the other hand suffered their second defeat of the campaign, having lost to Collegeland in round one.
Lissummon sharpshooter Steven Matthews once again led the line for his side and top scored with a haul of 1-9.
Matthews, the top scorer in the Junior Championship from round one, rattled the net in the second period.
Lissummon got up and running with the opening two points of the game before Clady scored after seven minutes.
A free kick was tapped over by Liam Doyle before full forward Gerard Grimly tied things up for the visitors.
It was tit for tat throughout the duration of the opening period and neither side could really get their noses ahead.
The teams were level five times in all before the short whistle sounded and the half time score was 0-6 apiece.
Lissummon pushed for home early in the second period, taking a four-point lead with the first four scores of the half.
Grimley kept Clady’s hopes alive when he narrowed the gap with another score from the dead ball.
Grimley followed that up with two more points, one from play and one from a free. Doyle and Grimley, Clady’s only scorers, combined to tie things up 0-12 each.
But Lissummon gained the upper hand once again and with a brace of their own, opening up a two-point gap.
Their victory was guaranteed when Matthews slotted home from the spot to secure a five-point win for Lissummon.
Stephen O’Brien chipped in with 0-3, while Michael Robinson and Darren Hughes hit 0-1 each for the winners.