Ulster Intermediate Club Championship QF Round-Up

Another mammoth weekend of Ulster Club action with the Tyrone, Derry, Antrim and Cavan champions all making it through to the last four. But not without drama…

St.Peter’s (Armagh) 2-13 Tattyreagh (Tyrone) 3-11

Tattyreagh beaten in last year’s Ulster Junior semi-final have continued their remarkable rise with a hugely entertaining win over St.Peter’s in the Athletic Grounds on Saturday evening.

The Tyrone side led at the break thanks to goals from James Darcy and Jarlath McDonagh despite Fearghal Moore netting for the Lurgan men.

There was to be a grandstand finish to the game with the ‘Tatts’ surviving a late penalty goal from Shea Geraghty to set up a last four meeting with Naomh Éanna of Antrim.

Glenfin (Donegal) 0-8 Banagher (Derry) 2-13 

Favourites for the Intermediate title, Banagher have eased into the last four with a win over Donegal champions, Glenfin.

The Derry side led by four at the break on a scoreline of 0-7 to 0-3.

Second half goals from Shane Murphy and Gavin O’Neill confirmed a win for the Oakleaf men and set up a semi-final meeting with Mullahoran of Cavan.

Mullahoran (Cavan) 3-13 Bredagh (Down) 2-11

Mullahoran were stretched to the pin of their collar needing extra time overcome Bredagh after the Down side scored a goal in the 74th minute to bring the game to extra time.

Patrick Brady and a brace from Enda O’Reilly were enough to eventually see off the challenge, O’Reilly netting a penalty after 4 minutes.

Now the Cavan champions will face Antrim champions, Glengormley in the last four.

Naomh Éanna (Antrim) 2-15 Doohamlet (Monaghan) 3-5

The Antrim champions have continued their assault on the Ulster championship with a win over Monaghan kingpins Doohamlet.

Peter Healy led the Glengormley charge and it was his first half goal that ensured that his team led by five at the break.

To their credit the Farney men would attempt to mount a comeback which would prove to be in vein as Ruairi Scott added a second major for the Saffron side.

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