Check out who the top scorers are in the Senior Championship after the final rounds of the group stages last weekend.
Four teams crashed out of the championship last weekend, while it’ll be down to the final eight after Sunday.
Crossmaglen posted the biggest score in round three as they breezed past Mullaghbawn, who had nothing to play for.
The Rangers recorded a huge tally of 3-21 in their one-side, 20-point victory, with three different goal scorers.
But Shane McPartlan of Clan na Gael remains top of our hot shots chart after another fine display.
McPartlan has hit a goal a game so far in the championship. He added 1-5 to his impressive tally, bringing his score to 3-19.
Conor Turbitt once again led the line for Clann Eireann as they overcame last year’s finalists Granemore.
‘Turbo’ racked up a personal haul of 0-7 in their ten-point win, bringing his overall contribution to 0-21.
Rian O’Neill has been the leading light for Crossmaglen so far in the championship and he was one of their goal scorers in round three.
O’Neill finished with 1-7 on the night against Mullaghbawn and that brings his total to 2-14 for the championship.
Tiarnan Murphy has climbed right up the leaderboard with another fine performance against Shane O’Neill’s.
Murphy claimed a hattrick of goals against the Harps last week and added 1-4 this weekend to make his tally 4-7.
Paul McGeown (Sarsfields) and Eddie English (Mullaghbawn) have both recorded. Jamie Clarke has rattled off 2-8 for Crossmaglen.
Conor Grimley has been Madden’s top scorer in the championship, and he has posted a haul of 0-13 in the championship.
Ballymacnab duo Rory Grugan (1-9) and Ryan Watters (2-5) sit just below Grimley in the hotshots leaderboard.
Maghery’s Kevin Robinson finished their campaign as their top scorer and he hit 0-11 in their three games.