With eleven minutes left to play in Roslea on Thursday evening Holy Trinity looked set to secure the win that they needed to reach the MacRory Cup playoffs but St.Pats Cavan hit the last four points of the game to secure a 0-10 to 1-7 and progress in the competition instead.
Holy Trinity shaded the first half 0-6 to 0-5 thanks to.points from Conor Mallon, Shea McCann, Michael McElhatton Liam Lawn and Conor Devlin, Darragh Noonan with a brace for Cavan.
Finn Buckley and Lawn traded early second half points before McElhatton converted a 43rd minute penalty to leave it 1-7 to 0-6. The Tyrone school failed to trouble the umpires again however and points from Sean McFaul, Luke Maguire and a Noonan brace saw it end 0-10 to 1-7. This result means that St.Josephs Donaghmore top their group and secure an automatic quarter final slot in their debut season in the competition.