There are only four teams remaining in the Senior Championship now after last weekend’s quarter final clashes.
Division 1A league champions Clann Eireann had the biggest margin of victory at the weekend.
Ruairi Lavery’s side saw off Silverbridge by seven points in the end, thanks to two goals from Daniel Magee and Conor Turbitt.
Madden had the best defensive record of all the Senior Championship quarter-finals in their win over Ballymacnab.
They held the Nab to 0-6 as they ran out five-point winners while Killeavy only hit 0-7 against Clan na Gael.
Shane McPartlan remains at the top of the SFC hot shots list having chipped in with 0-3 on Sunday.
That was the first game McPartland didn’t find the net in, but he has contributed 4-26 across four outings.
Silverbridge sharpshooter Tiarnan Murphy, the leading goal scorer in the SFC, sits in second place.
Murphy knocked over 0-3 against Clann Eireann and finished his championship campaign with 6-14.
Conor Turbitt earned his first goal of the championship against Silverbridge, fisting home a second half major.
That brings Turbo’s overall tally to 1-22 across Clann Eireann’s four championship game so far.
Rian O’Neill has recorded 2-16 having finished with 0-2 in Crossmaglen’s extra time win over Armagh Harps.
Conor Grimley top scored for Madden as the Raparees saw off Ballymacnab. Grimley hit 0-5 and brought his overall tally to 0-18.
Ryan Watters (Ballymacnab) finished his campaign with 2-11 while Paul McGeown (Sarsfields) recorded 0-17.
Rory Grugan (Ballymacnab) and Jamie Clarke (Crossmaglen) both side on 16 points having scored 1-13 and 2-10 respectively.
Eddie English ended the campaign with 0-14 to his name as Mullaghbawn were knocked out in the group stages.
Granemore’s Louis Hughes concluded his championship run as his sides top scorer having hit 0-13 in their four games.