There were some impressive individual scoring tallies posted across the playoff round of the Intermediate Championship.
Pearse Og and Keady were tied for the scoring total they put up as they moved to the last eight of the competition.
The Ogs rattled off 2-14 as they overcame 2021 championship winners Carrickcruppen by ten points.
Keady hit 1-17 in their eight-point win over Annaghmore. It was Culloville who had the best defensive record as they limited Belleek to 1-8.
James O’Hara climbed to the top of our hot shots list as he had another fine game for Simon McGeary’s side.
O’Hara hit 0-10 in their victory over Annaghmore, bringing his overall tally for the championship to 2-25.
He currently leads the way by just one point as Derrynoose sharpshooter Conor McNally is right behind.
McNally has helped Derrynoose reached the championship quarter-finals, hitting 2-24 in the process.
Connor Cullen is third in our hot shots list having added 0-3 to his tally last weekend. That brings his overall score to 3-17.
Mark McKeever comes in just behind Cullen for his personal contribution for Tullysaran, who lost out to Derrynoose.
But McKeever once again top scored for his side with 1-5, seeing his finish the campaign with 1-23.
St Patrick’s finished top of their group, skipping the playoff stage of the championship, and so Aidan Nugent remains on 2-17.
Eoin Woods (Carrickcruppen) and Oisin MacIomhair (Annaghmore) both side with 1-17 to their names.
Gavin Conlon has been another score getter in the championship for Tullysaran. He finishes his campaign with a personal haul of 2-13.
Dara Quinn helped himself to 0-4 last weekend as Culloville beat Belleek, bringing his total to 0-19.
Oisin Conaty didn’t feature last weekend as Tir na nOg were already through to the quarter-finals. He has hit 4-6 in the championship.
Belleek midfielder Callum O’Neill holds the final place in the hot shots list having nailed 0-18 for his side.