Magheracloone booked their place in the All-Ireland intermediate final after a wonderful 13-point win over Mattock Rangers.
Magheracloone winning out 0-24 to 1-8.
The sides were level at the break at seven points apiece with Mattock Ranges moving three points clear with a Niall McKeown goal two minutes into the second half.
However Mattock could only add a single point to the score with a Tommy Freeman inspired Magheracloone sending the ball over the bar 17 times to book a Croke Park date.
Magheracloone had moved into a four point lead early on with points from Ryan Farrelly, Barry Kieran, Tommy Freeman and Jack Doogan.
Mattock pulled it back to a four points each game on 10 minutes, Tommy freeman restoring Magheracloone’s lead before Mattock turned it around to make it 0-6 to 0-5.
Another two Tommy Freeman points including a free levelled the game at seven points apiece at half-time.
Two minutes in the second half Nial McKeown found the Magheracloone net to make it 1-7 to seven points.
However Magheracloone were devastating in the second half with four points each from Gavin Doogan and Tommy Freeman plus two each from Ryan Farrelly and Alan Kiernan.
A point each from Barry Kiernan, Alan McCahey, Padraig McMahon, Conor McKeown and Peter Tuite sealing a 24 points to 1-8 win.
Magheracloone now move to the All-Ireland intermediate final in Croke Park on Saturday January 25th.
Magheracloone Scorers: Ryan Farrelly 0-3 (1’45), Barry Kieran 0-2, Tommy Freeman 0-8, Jack Doogan 0-1, Gavin Doogan 0-4, Alan Kiernan 0-2, Alan McCahey 0-1, Padraig McMahon 0-1, Conor McKeown 0-1, Peter Tuite 0-1