Cross and Kilcoo among club winners

Castlewellan pair Daniel Morgan and Barry Travers close in on Kilcoo's Jerome Johnston
Castlewellan pair Daniel Morgan and Barry Travers close in on Kilcoo's Jerome Johnston

Crossmaglen Rangers extended their remarkable winning run in club football by securing a 19th Armagh SFC title in 20 years at the Athletic Grounds.

David McKenna and Rico Kelly goals helped Cross to a comfortable 2-22 to 0-10 victory over Armagh Harps.

On a busy day of finals, Kilcoo secured a three-in-a-row of Down titles with a 3-10 to 0-11 win over Castlewellan.

Derrygonnelly beat Roslea 3-16 to 3-7 in the Fermanagh decider and Kingscourt edged out Castlerahan in Cavan.

Crossmaglen, six-time All-Ireland winners, will be fancied to add another Ulster title to their collection after an emphatic coiunty final victory.

They led 0-7 to 0-1 at the end of the opening quarter and Kelly's 28th minute goal gave them a 1-10 to 0-5 interval lead.

David McKenna bagged in a second after 43 minutes, with Tony Kernan top-scoring for Cross with 0-5.

Goals from Jerome Johnston and Paul Greenan put Kilcoo in control of the Down final in Newry.

Kilcoo celebrate a third straight Down title triumph after overcoming Castlewellan at Pairc Esler
Kilcoo celebrate a third straight Down title triumph after overcoming Castlewellan at Pairc Esler

They led by 2-2 to 0-4 at the interval, with Ryan Johnston's 45th minute goal clinching a fourth Down SFC title in five years.

Derrygonnelly secured an emotional victory over Roslea to be crowned Fermanagh SFC champions in Brewster Park.

The final was postponed by a week following the tragic death of club stalwart Damian McGovern and the team responded with a crushing win over the defending champions, who scored a goal after just 70 seconds from Niall Cosgrove.

Determined Derrygonnelly reeled off eight points in a row and even after Sean Quigley stopped the rot with a point, Paul Ward and Denis Greene bagged two goals within a minute to help Derrygonnelly lead 2-8 to 2-3 at the break.

Sean Quigley scored a second-half goal but Shane McGullion's 40th minute strike ensured the cup went back to Derrygonnelly for the first time since 2009.

Kingscourt edged out Castlerahan by 1-9 to 0-11 in the Cavan final, Philip Tinnelly with the match-winning goal in the 51st minute.

Elsewhere, Slaughtneil will play Cushendall in the Ulster club SHC final after their respective semi-final victories.

Derry football and hurling champions Slaughtneil defeated Down's Ballycran by 2-18 to 0-14 in Dungannon.

Defending Antrim and Ulster champions Cushendall beat Middletown (Armagh) by 1-17 to 1-9 in Owenbeg.

Tyrone SFC final
Trillick1-9 0-11Killyclougher
Armagh SFC final
Crossmaglen2-22 0-10Armagh Harps
Down SFC final
Kilcoo3-10 0-11Castlewellan
Fermanagh SFC final
Roslea3-7 3-16Derrygonnelly
Cavan SFC final
Castlerahan0-11 1-9Kingscourt
Ulster Senior Club hurling semi-finals
Ballycran0-14 2-18Slaughtneil
Cushendall1-17 1-9Middletown

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