Arva reached the Ulster junior club football final following a convincing victory over Lisnaskea at Clones.
The Cavan champions led 0-5 to 0-2 at the break before finding another gear in the second half to win 1-11 to 0-4.
Arva made a blistering start. Two points from Kevin Bouchier and one from Dylan Maguire gave them a three-point cushion inside ten minutes,
Two minutes later Joe McDade got Lisnaskea off the mark, Justin McDade made it a two-point game on 22 minutes.
Bouchier fisted over his third point on 25 minutes as Finbar O'Reilly's men held on for a three-point lead at the break.
The Cacvan sides full-forward doubled his side's advantage on 57 minutes. Two minutes later Peter Morris found the net making it a nine-point game.
Bouchier registered his seventh point of the day deep into injury as Arva finished with ten points to spare.
Arva will now meet Blackhill in the Ulster JFC final after Blackhill had an easy win over Fintona.
RESULT: 🏐@BlackhillGAA, powered by Philip Donnelly's scoring, will now play @arvagaa in a @monaghangaa Vs @CavanCoBoardGaa AIB GAA #UlsterClub2023 JFC Final next Sunday 🏆#ClubMeansMore pic.twitter.com/MMbmg7hRCq
— Ulster GAA (@UlsterGAA) November 18, 2023