We’re now into the final four of the Junior Championship after the quarter final encounters of last weekend.
Clonmore take on Ballyhegan in the semi-finals while on the other side it’s between Thomas Davis and Clann Eireann IIs.
Clonmore put up the biggest scoring tally of last weekend as they dismantled An Port Mor by 15-points.
Brendan Donaghy’s side also had the best defensive record of the quarter-finals. They held the Blackwatertown men to 1-4.
James McCormack remains at the top of the Junior Championship’s hot shots list after another impressive showing.
McCormack brought his overall tally to 5-22 and he finished with 1-3 as Ballyhegan battled by Lissummon after extra time.
At the other end of the Athletic Grounds, Steven Matthews didn’t have his best of days in front of the uprights.
He finished the game with 0-2 to his name and remains in second place in the leaderboard with 1-23.
Liam Doyle is still in third place on the overall scoring chart having hit 0-18 in Clady’s four outings.
Doyle claimed 0-3 v Collegeland, 0-5 v Lissummon, 0-5 v O’Hanlon’s and 0-5 v Ballyhegan in the playoffs.
Ethan McKenna is next on the list, and he pointed the winner for Clann Eireann IIs as they overcame Killeavy IIs.
That was his third point of the game and McKenna has hit 3-7 so far in the Junior Championship.
Sean Quigley was the main scorer on Sunday night for Clonmore and finished the game with an impressive 2-4.
He hit goals against Killeavy IIs and St Michael’s in the group stages, leaving his overall total on 4-4.
Aidan Mackin chipped in with 0-16 for Dorsey across their four championship games while Michael McVerry hit 0-15.
Caolan Laverty claimed a personal haul of 2-9 in Killeavy’s games while Ballyhegan’s Chris McDonald has recorded 3-6.
Clonmore’s Cahal Cunningham (0-15) and An Port Mor duo Ryan Gorman (1-12) and Mark Donnelly (3-4) all have the same tally.