NWP Recycling Ulster Junior club championship semi-final :
Derrylaughan (Tyrone) 0-4 Loughgiel Shamrocks (Antrim) 6-19
The speed and team-work of Loughgiel Shamrocks swept the club through to a second NWP Recycling provincial final this coming weekend.
Their first team are already lined up to take on Slaughtneil in the senior club decider on Sunday, but their reserve side were totally dominant in Derrylaughan on Sunday afternoon and are through to another final, against Crosserlough on Saturday.
The home side departed the championship at this stage last year, narrowly to eventual champions Crosserlough, but Derrylaughan were fire-fighting from early in this game with Loughgiel spraying ball around and stretching their defence.
Emer Donnelly and Bronagh Carney worked hard to stem the tide but as the game wore on it was been played more in their half of the pitch.
Charley McCarry banged home the opening goal after 13 minutes and Hannah McKeague added a second before the break, but they could well have had more goals and turned over with a comfortable 2-11 to 0-3 interval lead.
The Antrim champions used the second half to bring in subs and two of those, Anna Connolly (2) and Annie Lynn added points while Ciara Laverty (2), Kirsty McKendry and centre half back Katie McKillop added goals.
Loughgiel : Ciara Laverty 2-2, Kirsty McKendry 1-6, 0-4 frees, Charley McCarry 1-1, Hannah McKeague 1-1, Katie McKillop 1-0, Ciara Dobbin 0-3, Shauna Devlin 0-3, Anna Connolly 0-2, Annie Lynn 0-1.
Derrylaughan : Aisling Corr 0-2 frees, Emma Fitzgerald 0-1, Caoimhe Rafferty 0-1.