Scotstown and Naomh Chonaill left it late to book their places in the Ulster Club SFC semi-finals.
A last-gasp Rory Beggan free from just outside the '45 at Páirc Esler handed Scotstown a surprise 0-12 to 1-8 victory over 2022 All-Ireland champions Kilcoo. The Monaghan champions came from four points down midway through the second half to win and set up a last-four meeting with Trillick, who knocked out Crossmaglen on Saturday night. The Magpies' goal came from a Paul Devlin penalty.
A last-gasp Kevin McGettigan goal gave Naomh Chonaill a dramatic 2-8 to 1-10 victory over Gowna at Kingspan Breffni. The Donegal champions led by 1-5 to 0-4 at half-time thanks to a Leo McLoone goal before Gowna battled back with a Conor Brady major.
Naomh Chonaill’s semi-final opponents will be reigning Ulster champions Glen who saw off 14-man Cargin by 0-11 to 0-7 at Celtic Park.Tweet