Culloville and Tir na nOg both qualified for the last four of the u-21 Intermediate Championship yesterday.
Culloville overcame Dromintee with 13-points to spare in the end with five goals helping their case, 5-8 to 1-7.
Tir na nOg battled past Naomh Colum with five-points the difference between the two teams, 2-9 to 1-7.
The Portadown men will now face Mullaghbawn in the semi-final while Culloville meet Shane O’Neill’s.
Tir na nOg 2-9 Naomh Colum 1-7
Oisin Conaty was the star of the show for Tir na nOg as they book their spot in this year’s semi-final.
The Armagh forward finished the game with an impressive personal haul of 1-6 while Tiarnan McVeigh also hit the net.
Tir na nOg goals came inside the opening period of the game as they led by nine points at the halfway stage.
Conaty opened the scoring with a quickfire 1-1 before turning provider to set up McVeigh for their second goal.
Andrew Wilson also got in on the scoring with a point to see the hosts lead at half time 2-9 to 1-7.
Paul Hendron, who pointed for St Patrick’s Armagh in the MacRory Cup during the week, also raised a white flag.
Naomh Colum stormed into action however in the second half and battled their way back into contention.
It wasn’t enough however, and it was Tir na nOg who progressed to the semis where they’ll face Mullaghbawn.
Dromintee 1-7 Culloville 5-8
Goals win games and five three-pointers helped Culloville secure their place in the final four of the Intermediate Championship.
The Blues haven’t had an issue hitting the net so far this season, striking eight goals throughout the group stages.
Ryan Duffy, who earned St Colman’s a draw in the opening round of the MacRory Cup, raised a green flag.
Dara Quinn and Taidgh O’Neill were also among the goal scorers as Culloville ran out comfortable 13-point winners.
Culloville will now take on Shane O’Neill’s in the semi-final of the u-21 Intermediate Championship next weekend.