St.Ciarans Ballygawley turned on the style at Rock on Tuesday afternoon when they made no mistake at the second time of asking to qualify for the Tyrone U14 Vocational schools final at the expense of Dean Maguirc College Carrickmore. These sides had fought out an entertaining draw on Friday at Dunmoyle but this time round it was one way traffic with the winners dominating from start to finish. St.Ciarans led 3-5 to 0-1 at the break with Adam Arthurs and Jody McGlone both scoring goals. In the second half McGlone and Arthurs both scored further goals with Darren McSorley and Darragh Hamill also finding the net while there were points from Conor Kelly, Mark Staunton and Conor Mullan. In the last minute Mel McCullagh scored a consolation goal for Dean from a rebound after his penalty had been saved by St.Ciarans keeper Conor McAnenly. St.Ciarans now play Holy Trinity Cookstown in the final next week under lights at Healy Park Omagh.