Sean Cavanagh added another medal to his impressive collection when helping Moy to a 0-9 to 0-8 victory over Rostrevor in a nail-biting Ulster club IFC final at the Athletic Grounds.
The former Footballer of the Year has enjoyed a wonderful run with his club since retiring from the inter-county scene after Tyrone's All-Ireland SFC semi-final drubbing by Dublin at the end of August, and can now look forward to another All-Ireland semi-final early in the New Year.
Cavanagh's haul of 0-4 proved crucial as the Tír na nÓgs withstood a late rally from their Down opponents to keep the title in Tyrone for another year. With goalkeeper Jonathan Parr landing a brace of long-range frees, Rostrevor took an early 0-5 to 0-2 lead, but the winners rallied to regain parity at the interval, 0-5 apiece.
Harry Loughran and Eunan Deeney scoring two points each as Moy opened up a 0-9 to 0-6 lead before Rostrevor - for whom Down star Caolan Mooney posted 0-4 - fought back to leave the minimum in it.
Moy - N Brady; P Mackle, T McNicholl, T Conlon; M Gribbin, N Conlon, E Deeney (0-2); C Cavanagh, T Loughran; D Conroy (0-1), H Loughran (0-2), A Currie; R Coleman, S Cavanagh (0-4, 3f), C Duffy. Subs: E Rafferty for A Currie, D McKeown for C Duffy, P Lavery for D Conroy, K McQuaide for R Coleman, A Donaghy for T Conlon.
Rostrevor - J Parr (0-2f); J Rice, D McElhinney, J Farrell; J Donaghy, Christopher Magee, J Connolly; N Farrell, Conor Magee (0-1); B Keenan, S Parr, D Magee; C Doyle, P Kane (0-1), C Mooney (0-4, 3f). Subs: J Fegan for J Farrell, J Morgan for C Doyle, C Gordon for D Magee, C Owens for Conor Magee.
Referee - N McKenna.