Check out who the top scorers in the Senior Championship are after the first knockout games of the campaign.
Ballymacnab posted the biggest scoring return of the playoff rounds as they as they saw off Sarsfields by 18-points.
The Nab rattled off 3-15 while Silverbridge also raised three green flags in their 3-9 to 1-13 win over Granemore.
Clan na Gael had the best defensive record of the weekend as they held Dromintee to just 0-5 on Saturday afternoon.
Shane McPartlan once again top scored for Ronan McMahon’s team and continued his trend of a goal a game.
His second half penalty was the main score and overall, the Clans midfielder has now posted 4-23 in four games.
Coming in at second place of our Senior Championship hot shots list is Silverbridge sharpshooter Tiarnan Murphy.
Murphy is currently the leading goal scorer in the championship having already hit six majors in four outings.
He raised two green flags in the first half against Granemore and added 0-2 as well, bringing his total to 6-9.
Conor Turbitt and Rian O’Neill both didn’t feature last weekend as their clubs made it through to the last eight via the groups.
‘Turbo’ takes third spot and currently sits on 0-21 while O’Neill is just below that with 2-14 to his name.
Sarsfields ended their participation in the championship and Paul McGeown finishes as their top scorer. He hit 0-17 in their four games.
Ryan Watters climbs into sixth place have added to his tally from the group with 0-4 last Friday night. He now sits on 2-9.
Eddie English (Mullaghbawn) and Jamie Clarke (Crossmaglen) are just below that. they have 0-14 and 2-8 respectively.
The bottom three in our host shot list all have 0-13.Madden’s Conor Grimley and Granemore’s Louis Hughes have 0-13 while Ballymacnab’s Rory Grugan sits on 1-10.