The Cavan county champions Cavan Gaels exited the Championship at the hands of Kingscourt, 0-12 to 0-10 at the weekend.
In the other quarter-final, Killygarry beat Mullahoran by 2-14 to 2-8.
Castlerahan now play Killeshandra in the first semi-final this Saturday. Then on Sunday, Killygarry meets Kingscourt.
There is a chance that a new Senior champions will be crowned this year, as only one of the four remaining teams – Kingscourt – have won the Senior Championship before.
It was bad news for Drumalee who lost their relegation play-off to Lavey 1-16 to 1-11.
Crosserlough play Drumgoon in the second relegation play-off.
Here’s some reaction from Social Media:
Kingscourt 0-12 Gaels 0-10! Huge victory for Kingscourt! #CavanSFC
— GAATalk (@TalkingGAA) September 19, 2015
— marysheridan (@marysheridan8) September 20, 2015
Hotel Kilmore SFC QF Kingscourt Stars 0-12 Cavan Gaels 0-10 (FT) #HKCNSFC Well done lads 🙂
— Kingscourt Stars GAA (@StarsGAA1890) September 19, 2015
— Eddie Halligan (@EddieHalligan) September 19, 2015
— Austin O'Reilly (@ozzie800) September 19, 2015
@Wearecavan the 4 Ks for the semi final. Killeshandra, killygarry, kingscourt and kastlerahan
— Kevin Mc Donnell (@kmcdonnell2305) September 19, 2015
— Karen Jackson (@KarenJackson29) September 19, 2015
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