AIB Ulster Club Football Quarter Finals Round-up

October 30th, 2017 | News

AIB Ulster Club Senior Football Championship Quarter Finals

Kilcar 1-16 Scotstown 1-06

Cavan Gaels 1-19 Lámh Dhearg 0-10

Derrygonnelly 2-08 Armagh Harps 1-08

Slaughtneil 0-10 Omagh St Enda’s 0-08

Kilcar delivered a dynamic display at Clones to advance to the penultimate stage in Ulster.

A brilliant first half performance by Kilcar was reflected by their 1-10 to 1-3 interval lead.

Conor McCarthy netted an early goal for Scotstown, but Kilcar came thundering back with Paddy McBrearty effective in attack.

A Stephen McBrearty point had Kilcar trading on terms, 1-3 to 0-6, by the 20th minute and the Donegal outfit continued to impress before the break.

Eoin McHugh registered 1-1 within 90 seconds and suddenly Scotstown were in significant bother when they trailed by seven at the turnaround.

Conor McCarthy and Ross McKenna landed points trimming the defict to five after the restart, but Kilcar remained composed.

Paddy McBrearty kicked a free and veteran Michael Hegarty contributed a fine score with Ryan McHugh an influential figure for Kilcar.

Cavan Gaels will face Fermanagh club Derrygonnelly Harps in the last four following a comprehensive win over Antrim’s Lamh Dhearg at Kingspan Breffni.

The Gaels quickly seized control accumulating a 1-11 to 0-5 advantage.

Micheal Lyng ended a sweeping Cavan Gaels move with a crisp 14 minute goal that was a key score.

Paddy Cunningham kicked a string of frees for Lamh Dhearg, but at the opposite end Seanie Johnston and Martin Dunne landed blows throughout.

Derrygonnelly march on to the semi-final stage after seeing off Armagh Harps at Brewster Park with a full-time result of 2-08 t0 1-08 while Slaughtneil’s quest for a third provincial title in four years continues after the Derry champions defeated Omagh by two points at Celtic Park.

AIB Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship Quarter Finals

Newbridge (Doire), Milford (Dún na nGall), Rostrevor (An Dún) and Moy (Tír Eoghain) all advance to the semi-finals of the 2017 Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship after successful outings at the weekend.

Below is a full round-up of results from games on Saturday 28 October and Sunday 29 October:

Saturday 28th October (Quarter Final)

  • Newbridge (Doire) 3-16 v Belcoo 1-09 (Fear Manach) at Celtic Park

Sunday 29th October (Quarter Finals)

  • Killeavy (Ard Mhacha) 1-12 v Milford (Dún na nGall) 1-13 Athletic Grounds
  • St Brigids (Aontroim) 0-10  v Rostrevor (An Dún) 1-13 at Corrigan Park, Belfast
  • Moy (Tír Eoghain) 0-09 v Carrickmacross (Muineachán) 1-05 at Healy Park, Omagh

AIB Ulster Club Junior Football Championship Quarter Finals

Saturday 28th October (Quarter Final)

  • Naomh Colmcille (Dún na nGall) 1-08 v Ballymachugh 0-07 (An Cabhán) at Ballybofey

Sunday 29th October (Quarter Finals)

  • Ballyhegan (Ard Mhacha) 0-10 v Doire Trasna (Doire) 4-09 at Athletic Grounds
  • Dundrum (An Dún) 2-06 v Belnaleck (Fear Manach) 2-13 at Páirc Esler
  • Tattyreagh (Tír Eoghain) 3-14 v Currin (Muineachán) 2-12 at Healy Park, Omagh
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