Glenswilly 0-9 0-10 Latton

Neil Gallagher (left) and Michael Murphy (right)
Neil Gallagher (left) and Michael Murphy (right) were unable to inspire Glenswlly to victory at Ballybofey

Monaghan champions Latton held off Glenswilly's late rally to set up an Ulster Club Football semi-final clash against Burren next weekend.

With Michael Murphy relatively subdued, the sides were level at 0-4 to 0-4 at the break with Neil Gallagher hitting two Glenswilly points at Ballybofey.

Stephen McElroy missed a Latton goal chance after half-time but the Monaghan side moved into a 0-10 to 0-6 lead.

Glenswilly hit the last three points and Gallagher missed a late chance.

Shane Coyle finished with four points for Latton with Hugh McElroy contributing three points for the winners.

Eoin Lennon, Stephen Fitzpatrick and the impressive Adrian Farmer were also on target for Latton.

Murphy only managed two points for Glenswilly and appeared tired after only returning on Thursday from his International Rules trip to Australia.

Joseph Gibbons and Gary McFadden were also among the Glenswilly scorers.