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Summary

  1. Cavan win 2-16 to 0-14
  2. Dara McVeety and Martin Reilly get the goals
  3. Cavan v Tyrone in semi-final on 5 June

Live Reporting

By Alvin McCaig

All times stated are UK

  1. What's next?

    Monaghan v Down

    Now it is on to the third quarter-final which takes place at Clones on Sunday, 5 June. We're still waiting for a really close, exciting match in Ulster this year. Maybe Monaghan and Down can come up with the goods.

    We will be back with coverage on the BBC Sport website and the match is also on BBC2 NI and Radio Ulster medium wave.

    Hope to have your company then.

  2. Repeat of Division Two final

    Now Cavan look forward to Tyrone

    Quote Message: We lost to them in the league final because they played like a Division One side and we played like a Division Two side. That is the level we will have to step up to." from Geariod McKiernan Cavan skipper
    Geariod McKiernanCavan skipper
  3. On target

    Cavan scorers: S Johnston 0-7; G McKiernan 0-3; D McVeety 1-1; M Reilly 1-0; J Brady 0-2; R Galligan 0-1; D Givney 0-1; C Moynagh 0-1 

    Armagh scorers: S Campbell 0-7; E Rafferty 0-5; T Kernan 0-2. 

  4. It's all over

    Cavan 2-16 0-14 Armagh

    Referee Eddie Kinsella calls for the ball and Cavan progress to play Tyrone in the semi-finals.

  5. Too late

    Cavan 2-16 0-14 Armagh

    Armagh's Stefan Campbell lands a free for his seventh score of the match - not that it matters much. Dara McVeety replies for Cavan

  6. Classy score

    Cavan 2-15 0-13 Armagh

    Half-back Conor Moynagh advances to slot over and extend the hosts advantage to eight points. Unassailable. 

  7. Campbell misses penalty

    Cavan 2-14 0-13 Armagh

    Was that the decisive moment of the game? Stefan Campbell sees his penalty saved by Paul Courtney before Seanie Johnston and Jack Brady tag on Cavan points. Armagh's Joe McElroy is then black-carded but Campbell pulls one back for the visitors  

  8. Keating black card

    Cavan 2-12 0-12 Armagh

    Cavan substitute Eugene Keating has a short stay on the pitch after an off-the-ball incident results in a black card. However, Jack Brady gives the Breffni side a boost with a fine point

  9. Back to five

    Cavan 2-11 0-12 Armagh

    Stefan Campbell slots over Armagh's third straight score and it's a five-point game again 

  10. Martin Reilly penalty

    Cavan 2-11 0-11 Armagh

    Martin Reilly hits the bottom corner from the penalty spot after Andy Mallon's foul on Cian Mackey. Stefan Campbell replies with two points but Armagh now trail by six. 

  11. Post update

    Cavan 1-11 0-9 Armagh

    Cavan full-forward David Givney blasts over from close range

  12. Kernan cracker

    Cavan 1-10 0-9 Armagh

    Tony Kernan's sweet strike gives Armagh the first score of the second half but Seanie Johnston restores the five-point gap before Stefan Campbell bangs over an Orchard point 

  13. Post update

  14. Cavan in full flow

    Gearoid McKiernan of Cavan in action against Ethan Rafferty of Armagh
  15. Post update

  16. Post update

    Oisin McConville

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: Armagh are five points down but it's not an insurmountable deficit. When they break, they need to break at pace and get ahead of the ball.
  17. Post update

  18. Get Involved

    Armagh come back? Tweet you thoughts to @bbcchampionship #BBCGAA

    Action from Cavan against Armagh
  19. Post update

    Martin McHugh

    BBC Sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: Armagh made a decent start but Gearoid McKernan took over in the middle of the park - it's been Cavan's half.
  20. Post update

    Paddy Bradley

    BBC sport NI pundit

    Quote Message: Cavan will be happy with their performance and they are well in control, while Armagh have no pace and are ponderous." from On BBC2's The Championship
    On BBC2's The Championship