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Live Reporting

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  1. Full-time

    Castlerahan 0-11 Naomh Conaill 1-11

    Naomh Conaill have progressed to the Ulster Club Football semi-finals after a 1-11 to 0-11 win over Cavan champions Castlerahan at Kingspan Breffni.

    The Donegal champions led by seven midway through the second half but Castlerahan fought back to trim the margin to only two in injury-time.

    However, Dermott Molloy's steadying point sealed Naomh Conaill's success.

    Brendan McDyer, Kieran Gallagher, Ciaran Thompson and McGuinness hit the first four scores of the game for Naomh Conaill before Cormac Daly opened Castlerahan's account in the 18th minute.

    A Ciaran Thompson goal put the Glenties side six clear but points from Stephen Cooney, Karl Cosgrove and Daly have left only a kick of the ball between the sides at half-time.

    Castlerahan could have been even closer at that stage as Naomh Conaill keeper Stephen McGrath saved an Enda Flanagan goal chance just before the break.

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    Video caption: Brendan McDyer goes close for Naomh Conaill

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    Video caption: Ciaran Thompson with the goal for Naomh Conaill

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    Video caption: Charles McGuinness with a fine score for Naomh Conaill
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    Kilcoo 1-11 Magherafelt 0-9

    After winning their first Derry SFC title in 41 years, O'Donovan Rossa face experienced Ulster Club campaigners Kilcoo at Pairc Esler.

    The Down champions score the first three points before Magherafelt battle back with a trio of points to level after 17 minutes.

    Two Paul Devlin frees either side of a wonderful Emmet McGuckin score sees Kilcoo take a one point lead into half-time.

    Jerome Johnston's 37th minute goal puts Kilcoo in control.

    Simon McErlain's injury-time goal is chalked off for Magherafelt as the referee decides against playing advantage, but Kilcoo deservedly advance to the last four.

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    Video caption: Battling Emmet McGuckin scores a fine point for Magherafelt.

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    Video caption: Jerome Johnston scores a fine goal for Kilcoo.

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    Video caption: Spectacular Martin McCourt save denies Magherafelt.
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    Derrygonnelly 1-17 Trillick 3-11 - Derrygonnelly win 6-5 on penalties

    GOAL! Derrygonnelly find the back of the net after just two minutes. Eamon McHugh fists the ball into net from close range after Conall Jones' pass drops into the danger area.

    GOAL! Trillick make it 1-3 to 1-3 after a flowing move produces a fine goal for Ryan Gray, who burst past the Derrygonnelly defence before firing his shot into the right-hand corner of Jack Kelly's net. Richie Donnelly's pass found Mattie Donnelly and he laid it off to the onrushing Gray. Clinical stuff. Cracking game at Brewster Park.

    Blow for Trillick as Mattie Donnelly is forced off injured at half-time. He is replaced by Simon Garrity.

    GOAL! What a finish from James Garrity, who spins away from a Derrygonnelly man before smashing his right-footed effort into the far corner.

    Extra-time is required after a thoroughly entertaining game ends Derrygonnelly 1-13 Trillick 2-10.

    Huge goal chance for Trillick as James Garrity, having been found by Simon Garrity, fails to find the target from close-range.

    GOAL! Trillick have found their third goal. Daniel McDonnell gets the final touch after Brennan's 45 caused a goalmouth scramble. The referee awarded the goal after consulting a possible foul with the umpires.

    That goal - and Lee Brennan's seventh point - gives Trillick a four-point lead at half-time in extra-time.

    Conall Jones splits the posts with the last kick of extra-time to take the game to penalties.

    IT'S ALL OVER! Lee Brennan's penalty comes back off the post! Derrygonnelly are through after beating Trillick 6-5 in penalties after a titanic tussle in Enniskillen. Elation for the Fermanagh champions, but it's a cruel blow for the Tyrone side.

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    Video caption: Eamon McHugh grabs an early goal for Derrygonnelly

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    Video caption: Ryan Gray nets a fine goal for Trillick

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    Video caption: James Garrity's clinical finish gives Trillick their second goal

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    Video caption: Daniel McDonnell gives Trillick the lead in extra time