Blackhill reached the Ulster junior club football final meeting following a comfortable victory over Fintona at Kingspan Breffni.
Paudie Finnegan's side led 1-4 to 0-3 at half-time before a dominant second-half display saw the Monaghan side win 2-10 to 0-7.
The Monaghan champions made an explosive start. Philip Donnelly’s 14th minute goal saw them lead 1-2 to no score.
Aaron McCarney got Fintona off the mark three minutes later. James Daly restored Blackhill’s six-point cushion two minutes from half-time.
McCarney replied with two successive points making it a four-point game at the interval.
Donnelly’s second goal saw Blackhill double their advantage eight minutes into the second half. Ciaran Courtney made it a nine-point game two minutes later.
The sides cancelled each other out thereafter as Blackhill set up an Ulster-final meeting with Arva on a nine-point victory.
Blcakhill will face Arva in the Ulster junior final on Sunday November 25th. Time and venue to be confirmed.
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