We now know the two teams that will compete for the Sean Quinn Cup after last weekend’s Junior Championship semi-finals.
Ballyhegan edged a tight contest with league champions Clonmore, nipping through with one-point to spare.
Clann Eireann IIs were four-point winners over Thomas Davis but had to endure a Corrinshego comeback.
James McCormack was once again the star of the show for Ballyhegan as he claimed a personal haul of 1-5.
McCormack remains at the top of the Junior Championship hot shots list and has built up an uncatchable tally.
In six games, the Ballyhegan sharpshooter has kicked 6-27 and his way ahead at the top of the leaderboard.
Next in line is Steven Matthews who enjoyed a good run with Lissummon up until the quarter-final.
His side lost to Ballyhegan, after extra time, but he racked up an impressive 1-23 through their four championship outings.
Ethan McKenna of Clann Eireann IIs shot up to third spot with his contribution of 0-3 in the semi-final.
McKenna exited the play at half time due to an injury, but his first half scores helped send Clann Eireann on their way.
The creative centre half forward has scored 3-10 for the Lurgan men in the championship and will hope to add to that in the final.
Cahal Cunningham top scored for Clonmore in their semi-final defeat, and he finished his campaign with 0-19.
Liam Doyle remains in the Junior Championship hot shot list as he posed 0-18 for Clady during their run.
James French has top scored for Clann Eireann IIs in their last two outings and has an overall tally of 0-17.
Clonmore’s Sean Quigley nailed four goals in the championship and finished the campaign with 4-5 to his name.
Aidan Mackin of Dorsey rattled off 0-16 for his side across their four games and is still in the hot shot list.