Moy secured the last Intermediate championship quarter final spot when they produced an impressive display to comfortably see off the challenge of Kildress on a 3-13 to 0-8 scoreline at Stewartstown on Friday evening.
The winners enjoyed a perfect start with a Ryan Conroy goal inside the opening two minutes before Shea Quinn opened the Wolfe Tones account. Kildress missed a number of changes and they were made to pay as wind assisted Moy assumed control. GO Power man of the match Colm Cavanagh, who controlled things throughout, brilliantly cut the ball back from the end line for Diarmuid McKeown to palm in a 19th minute goal. Shea Treacy responded with an outstanding long range Kildress point but a brace each from Ryan Coleman and Michael Conroy left Moy leading 2-6 to 0-2 at the break.
Philip Lennon and Corey Holland had early second half points for Kildress but at no stage did they look like penetrating the Moy defence for a goal that they badly needed to ignite their challenge. Conroy and Coleman tagged on points before the latter confidently converted a 44th minute penalty after Declan Conroy had been fouled. Mattie McGuigan and Callum Holland had points for Kildress but Moy had the damage done on a night when Coleman and Conroy landed 1-12 between them.