Killeavy and Clann Eireann have qualified for the u-21 Senior Championship final with their victories this week.
Both sides saw off their neighbours as Killeavy downed Crossmaglen while Clann Eireann overcame Clan na Gael.
That sets up a decider between the two sides, and the date of the fixture hasn’t been confirmed just yet.
The Intermediate Championship quarter-finals take place this weekend. Dromintee take on Culloville while Tir na nOg host Naomh Colum.
Killeavy 1-10 Crossmaglen 0-8
Held in Silverbridge on Tuesday night, Killeavy edged out their rivals with five points to spare in the end.
The Rangers had a couple of players that had lined out for the seniors just four days beforehand as they crashed out of the Ulster Championship against Trillick.
Cross held a slender one point lead after the opening quarter, with the score reading 0-2 to 0-1 15 minutes into the game.
Killeavy shot ahead by the time the final whistle sounded to lead by the minimum of margins at the break. 0-4 to 0-3.
They kept their noses ahead in the second half and a goal on the 50th minute mark proved the crucial score.
Fergal Boland, top scorer for St Paul’s Bessbrook in this week’s MacRory Cup opener, rattled home the only goal.
Clann Eireann 1-4 Clan na Gael 1-2
Clann Eireann edged out their Lurgan rivals Clan na Gael in a low scoring affair on Friday night.
Two points was the difference between the sides when the referee sounded the full time whistle at St Paul’s.
Michael McCaughley, a member of Clann Eireann’s Junior Championship winning team, claimed the all-important three pointer for the eventual winners.
Cohen Henderson, fresh off the back of netting for St Ronan’s in the MacRory Cup this week, was also among the scorers.
Rogan McVeigh, Ethan McKenna and Tiernan McDonald also raised white flags for Clann Eireann.
Cianan Campbell and Matthew Lennon split the posts in either half for Clan na Gael while Lennon also hit the net