Three teams have picked up semi-final spots in the Intermediate Championship and there’s only one place left.
Wolfe Tones and Pearse Og finished all square last weekend, so they’ll face off once again on Saturday afternoon.
St Patrick’s had the biggest win in the Intermediate quarter-finals as they hammered Derrynoose by 19-points.
Cullyhanna nailed four goals to earn an impressive 4-17 to 1-7 victory, giving them the best defensive record of the weekend as well.
Conor McNally carried the fight for Derrynoose and he top scored on the day with a personal haul of 1-4.
That sees McNally joint top of the Intermediate Championship hot shots list, having hit 3-28 in five games.
Joining him at the top of the scoring charts is Keady’s James O’Hara who once again top scored for his side.
O’Hara hit 0-6 in their extra time victory over Tir na nOg to bring his overall tally to 2-31 for the championship.
Aidan Nugent is currently third in the list having once again racked up a big score for the St Patrick’s men.
Armagh’s joint-captain nailed 1-5 to bring his overall haul for the championship campaign to 3-22.
Tullysaran’s Mark McKeever remains in fourth position despite his side crashing out of the competition during the playoffs.
That was no fault of McKeever’s though as he contributed an impressive 1-23 across their four outings.
Likewise, Connor Cullen rattled off an eye-catching tally of 3-17 before Annaghmore were knocked out.
Oisin Conaty, the top goal scorer in the Intermediate Championship, finished his campaign with 5-8.
Dara Quinn (Culloville) Oisin MacIomhair (Annaghmore) and Eoin Woods (Carrickcruppen) all hit 20 points.
All three clubs have exited the competition and the three players contributed 0-20, 1-17 and 1-17 respectively.
Gavin Conlon of Tullysaran has 2-13 to his name while Andrew Murnin of St Paul’s sits on 3-10.