Armagh and Tyrone clinched victories in the Nicky Rackard Cup and Lory Meagher Cup finals at Croke Park on Saturday.
Justin Kelly hit 1-8 and Sean Og Grogan 1-3 as Tyrone beat Fermanagh 2-24 to 3-20 after extra-time in the Lory Meagher Cup final.
Armagh eased to a 3-20 to 1-15 win over Louth in the Nicky Rackard decider.
Two Declan Coulter goals and a Conor Corvan strike helped Armagh lead 3-13 to 0-8 at half-time and they held on despite Brian Corcoran's Louth goal.
In the earlier Lory Meagher final, Tyrone lead 1-12 to 3-4 at half-time in normal time but the game went to extra-time after it ended 1-20 to 3-14 after 70 minutes.
Fermanagh led by 3-17 to 1-21 at half-time in extra-time, with Tyrone reduced to 14 men at this stage following the dismissal of half-forward Aidan Kelly.
The Erne County held a one-point lead with three minutes remaining as Sean Corrigan brought up his Fermanagh tally to 1-8.
But Tyrone dug deep to his two late scores to edge the win at Croke Park.
John Duffy hit 0-7 for Fermanagh with Declan McGarry and Shea Curran both notching 1-1 for the unlucky Ernemen.
It was Tyrone's second Lory Meagher Cup win.
SATURDAY'S OTHER RESULTS
Connacht SFC semi-final
Galway 0-15 2-14 Sligo
Munster SFC semi-final
Clare 1-13 0-15 Limerick
Christy Ring Cup final
Wicklow 1-17 4-18 London