Clann Eireann Silverbridge
League champions Clann Eireann saw off Silverbridge to book their spot in the semi-finals of the Armagh SFC.
It was a low-scoring and uneventful first half, but Clann Eireann held the initiative thanks to a Daniel Magee goal.
It was the Lurgan side who got the game up and running. Conor Turbitt fisted over the opener after nine minutes.
Things were tied up within sixty seconds however as Tiarnan Murphy landed a free at the far end of the field.
There were goal chances at both ends within a matter of minutes, but both opportunities went abegging.
Pete Carragher’s punched effort was deflected out for a 45 while Conor McConville’s shot was brilliantly blocked down.
Clann Eireann did eventually raised a green flag as Ruairi McDonald played through Daniel Magee for a three-pointer.
Carragher landed a great ling range score, but it was matched at the other end as Magee punched over a dropping Tiernan Kelly shot.
That left Clann Eireann with a three-point advantage at the turnaround as they carried a 1-2 to 0-2 lead into the break.
Things were levelled up straight after the turnaround as full back James Meegan slotted home an early goal.
Murphy edged them in front for the first time but a fine effort from Dan McCarthy levelled things up again.
Daniel Magee and Ronan Reel (45) swapped scores before Adam Kelly edged the Lurgan men in front.
They pushed their lead to four in the next attack as Conor Turbitt, at the second attempt, punched home a second goal.
Clann Eireann added further points from second half substitutes Rioghan Meehan and Aodhan McConville.
Conor McConville claimed his first of the evening and it opened up a six-point margin late in the gap.
Meehan and Aaron Duffy exchanged efforts while Jamie McAtavey pulled off a fine save to deny Sean Rock a goal.
Aodhan McConville put the icing on the cake from the next attack as Clann Eireann ran out seven point winners.