Keady 1-17 Annaghmore 1-9
Keady continued their fine form this season and booked their place in the last eight with a win over Annaghmore.
Simon McGeary’s men have yet to taste defeat in the championship. They drew with Wolfe Tones and Culloville before beating Cross IIs and Annaghmore.
A first half goal kept Annaghmore in touch, but Keady grabbed their own three-pointer in the second half.
James O’Hara was once again the main man up top for the Division 2B champions. He finished with a personal haul of 0-10.
O’Hara opened the scoring for Keady but Annaghmore replied through former Armagh keeper Matthew McNiece.
Tomas Galvin fired Keady back ahead while O’Hara doubled their advantage with his second of the game.
Annaghmore shot ahead as Oisin MacIomhair slotted home from the spot, but O’Hara tied things up once again.
Tomas McCormack and McNiece split the posts for Annaghmore. But their scores were matched by two from O’Hara.
O’Hara nudged his side one point to the good at the end of the first half, leaving Keady ahead 0-7 to 1-3.
MacIomhair swapped scores with O’Hara at the start of the second half before Conor Renaghan got on the scoresheet.
Galvin added a goal to make it a five point game, although Connor Cullen and MacIomhair reduced that gap.
Odhran Fullerton and O’Hara (2) both raised white flags before Cullen added another from a free.
Galvin pointed while Dean Nugent and O’Hara traded scores with MacIomhair and Cullen.
Keady fired over the final two scores of the game through Oisin Keenan and Dean Nugent, with eight the difference in the end.