St Michael's and St Pat's through to MacRory semi-finals
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St Michael's Enniskillen and St Patrick's Armagh will meet in the semi-finals of the MacRory Cup after winning their quarter-final ties this weekend.
St Michael's edged out Omagh CBS 1-13 to 1-12 on Saturday morning while St Pat's Armagh saw off St Pat's Dungannon 0-17 to 2-7 in Friday night's game.
St Colman's Newry and St Mary's Belfast drew 1-8 to 0-11 so must meet again to decide who will face St Pat's Maghera.
Michael Carson hit six points in the win for St Pat's Armagh on Friday.
Dungannon appeared on their way to victory as Peter McKenna and Stefan Lavery goals put them 2-2 to 0-1 ahead.
However, Armagh hit seven out of eight scores before half-time to cut the margin to 2-3 to 0-8.
Armagh hit four unanswered scores after the break to take control and Carson was well supported by Philip Kelly.
Kelly scored Armagh's two points after the restart at the Athletic Grounds as Dungannon were held scoreless for almost 30 minutes.
Diarmuid Carroll gave Dungannon hope with two points in a row but Armagh regained control to run out deserved winners and join St Pat's Maghera in the last four.