Omagh turned on the style to comfortably get the better of Aodh Ruadh at St.Patricks Park. The visitors made the perfect start with an early goal before Omagh took control to establish a 4-9 to 1-2 interval advantage. After that they never looked back with Sally, Poppy and Aoife all standing out in defence. Scorers on the night for the St.Endas were Eimear Cunningham 4-5, Emer McCanny 3-3, Shauna McCrory 2-1, Emma McCrossan 1-1, Aine Strain 0-2, Leah Swift 0-1 and Aine Cunningham 0-1.
Kildress played host to Errigal Ciaran and after an entertaining encounter between two well matched sides it was the Wolfe Tones who edge things 3-7 to 1-12. The visitors were three points in front at halftime but Kildress responded after the break and it was level with ten minutes to go before Kildress got their decisive third goal. Errigal Ciaran responded with points from Emily Maguire and Meabh Canavan but Kildress held out to win by the minimum margin.
Recently crowned Grade 4 league winners Clann Na Gael exited the championship at the semi final stage when they lost out to Strabane at Sigerson Park in a cracking encounter. It was all square at the interval, 3-4 each, before the Sigersons moved ahead in the second period to secure their place in the decider on a 4-10 to 3-8 scoreline.
They will play Beragh in the Final after the Red Knights overcame Aghyaran on a 5-5 to 1-6 scoreline. The St.Davogs led by 1-5 to 0-1 at the break but could manage just a single point in the second period as Beragh dominated to deservedly book their place in the decider. Kacee Goan got the Aghyaran goal from the penalty spot and she also tagged on four points for good measure with Grace McLaughlin and Eimear Gallagher contributing a point each.