The Junior Championship hot shots leaderboard has been updated following the final round of the group stages.
Only two teams, Mullabrack and O’Hanlon’s, exited the championship as it enters the knockout stages.
Ballyhegan racked up the largest scoring tally of the third round as they overcame Dorsey 3-19 to 0-9.
Clonmore and Thomas Daivs both held the best defensive records of the last round of the round robin series.
Clonmore conceded 0-7 in their win over St Michael’s while Mullabrack hit 1-4 against Thoams Davis.
Steven Matthews remains the top scorer in the Intermediate Championship and his hauls helped Lissummon reach the last eight.
Matthews recorded 0-4 in their 0-8 to 0-5 win over Collegeland last weekend. That brought his overall figure to 1-21 for the campaign.
After a slow start in the opening round, James McCormack has been in terrific scoring form for Ballyhegan.
He has hit the net three times in the last two rounds and is currently second in the leaderboard with 3-12.
Jason Kelly remains in third place having chalked up a total of 2-8 across Collegeland’s three championship encounters.
Ethan McKenna has only featured in two games as Clann Eireann II were drawn into a group of three, but he has chalked up an impressive tally.
McKenna rattled the net twice against Eire Og and raised another green flag versus An Port Mor. That leaves his tally so far at 3-4.
Adam Canavan finishes the campaign as Redmond O’Hanlon’s top scorer having hit 1-10 in their three games.
Michael McVerry (Dorsey) and Liam Doyle (Clady) have both claimed a total of 0-13 in the championship.
Mark Donnelly has been the main scoring threat for An Port Mor so far and he has rattled off 3-3 in two games.
Aidan Mackin has also been in among the scorers for Dorsey and he has racked up a personal haul of 0-11.