Ballyhegan 5-15 Clady 1-10
Ballyhegan booked their spot in the quarter-finals of the Junior Championship with a one-sided win over Clady.
The eventual victors were 14-points clear at the short whistle and ended up 17-point winners in the end.
Ballyhegan netted four times in the opening half which put them in the driving seat, before adding a fifth in the second period.
Clady rattled the net themselves after the turnaround, but it was only a consolation score late in the game.
Ballyhegan opened the scoring inside the first few minutes of the game to take a two-point advantage.
Clady got off the mark through Gerard Grimley before Sean Savage added a second score to tie things up.
But Ballyhegan took control of the contest and began dominating the centerfield battle and rattled the net after the water break.
They went on to raise another three green flags before the half time whistle sounded. That left them 4-7 to 0-5 ahead at the interval.
Ballyhegan added a fifth and final goal in the second half, with James McCormack once again proving the main man up top.
The speedy sharpshooter top scored for Ballyhegan with 1-7 while Jamie McKenna also raised two green flags.
Chris McDonald, who finished the game with 1-1 and Peter McGrane were the men responsible for the other majors.
James McCann and JP McKeever chipped in with 0-2 apiece while Mark Hughes, Aaron McNally and Kevin McCann also split the posts.
Clady added a goal of their own late in the game as Grimley’s penalty effort was initially stopped by Jonny McKeever.
Grimley was on hand to receive the rebound however and he powered the ball home to the back of the net.
That brought his tally to 1-2 while Liam Doyle hit 0-5. Sean Savage, Kieran Connolly and Malachy Savage all claimed 0-1 each.