Clan na Gael and Crossmaglen will contest the Senior Championship final following last week’s semi-final results.
Clans stages an awesome comeback to see off Lurgan rivals Clann Eireann by two-points after extra time.
That set Clan na Gael up for their first county final appearance since 2006, when they also met the Rangers.
Crossmaglen meanwhile pulled away from Madden in their semi-final with a burst in the last quarter.
A late Cian McConville goal stretched the margin out to six-points by the time the referee called for the ball.
Shane McPartlan remains the top scorer in the Senior Championship having racked up an incredible 4-29.
He posted 0-3 for the Clans last weekend while he rattled the net in all three of their group games and their playoff win over Dromintee.
Silverbridge’s Tiernan Murphy, the top goal scorer in the Senior Championship, is joint-second with Conor Turbitt.
Murphy raised six green flags as Colm Nally’s men reached the last eight and finished his campaign with 6-14.
Turbitt claimed an individual haul of 1-4 last weekend, including a late penalty that gave his side a fighting chance.
The Clann Eireann sharpshooter scored majors against Silverbridge and Clan na Gael and finished with 2-21.
Rian O’Neill is next in line and the Crossmaglen attacker has claimed 2-21 across their five championship outings.
O’Neill managed 0-4 against Madden, 0-3 from play and his goals came against Sarsfields and Mullaghbawn.
Conor Grimley finished the campaign as Madden’s top scorer. The accurate forward hit 0-24 in their championship run.
Stefan Campbell joins the hot shots list for the first time this season. His ten-point haul last weekend brough his total to 1-21.
Cian McConville claimed his first goal of the championship last weekend. That brought his overall score to 1-15.
Ryan Watters (Ballymacnab) and Jamie Clarke (Crossmaglen) have both his 2-11 while Paul McGeown (Sarsfields) nailed 0-17.