The Pat King Cup Final (Year 12 football) is going to be an all-Derry clash after St Colm's Draperstown saw off Moville Community College in Wednesday's semi-final at Owenbeg.
It followed Tuesday's other semi-final where St Patrick's and St Brigid's Claudy were 3-13 to 4-4 winners over St Aidan's of Cootehill.
Goals from Niall McGonagle and Tiernan Feeney saw Claudy past the Cavan side at Garvaghy.
Claudy beat La Salle and St Patrick's Dungiven in the group stages, but lost to fellow finalists St Colm's Draperstown.
After a play-off win over Sacred Heart of Omagh, Brian Rainey's charges beat Ballybay Community College in the quarter final.
Claudy scorers (v Cootehill): Niall McGonagle (2-2), Tiernan Feeney (1-3), Caoimhin McGavigan, Tiernan O’Connor (0-3 each), Jack Boyce and Séa Watson (0-1 each).
Claudy squad: Ethan McLaughlin, Niall McCloskey (Craigbane), Matthew Gallagher (Doire Trasna), Conor Donaghy (Claudy), Fergal Gormley (Craigbane), Brendan Byrne (Craigbane), Jacob McElhinney (Craigbane), Cainan Donaghy (Claudy), Shane O’Donnell (Slaughtmanus), Keelin Hasson (Banagher), Adam Murphy (Faughanvale), Jack Boyce (Claudy), Caoimhin McGavigan (Doire Trasna), Tiernan Feeney (Craigbane), Jack Kelly (Doire Trasna), Sea Watson (Foreglen), Tiernan O’Connor (Foreglen), Niall McGonagle (Dungiven), Aodhan O’Doherty (Steelstown), Caolan McGlinchey.
On Thursday, a brace of 1-2 in stoppage time helped St Colm's Draperstown to a 3-12 to 2-8 win over Moville.
Jack Conway was the star of the show, with 2-7 and Ryan McCullagh scored the other goal.
Andrew McBride, Connor Shiels and Mark McGeehan also stood out for Ciaran Meenagh's side.
St Colm's scorers; Jack Conway (2-7), Ryan McCullagh (1-2), Connor Shiels, Victor Mura and Marc Wilson (0-1 each).
Squad: Ryan McCullagh, Caolan Fullerton, Andrew McBride, Conan Bradley, Marc Wilson, Eoin Donnelly, Joseph McKenna, Eoin McNicholl, Aodhan McCallion, Sean Donnelly, Aaron McKenna, Sean Óg McKenna, John Glass, Connor Shiels, Ryan McElhennon, Mark McCullagh, Mark McGeehan, Reece McGuigan, Jack Conway, Ronan Lindsay, Finn McMahon, Kievan Church, Jack McBride, Eoin McAuley, Victor Mura, Euan McWilliams, Kamil Szkaradek.
Gerry Brown Cup
The Derry theme continued in the Gerry Brown Cup (Year 10 football) as St Conor's Kilrea/Clady were 6-4 to 1-10 semi-final winners over Dean Maguirc Carrickmore.
They will now face Colaiste Magh Ene of Bundoran in the final on Tuesday, December 11 in Celtic Park at 12noon.
The vital score was a late penalty from Oisin Casey that put St Conor's two points ahead, after Carrickmore had missed from the spot
St Conor's pushed on with goals from Segdae Melaugh and Ciaran McAleese to give the final scoreline a more comfortable look.
The newly formed school - an amalgamation of St Mary's Clady and St Paul's Kilrea - trailed 1-7 to 1-2 at the break.
But goals from John Paul Hasson and Oisin Casey pulled them back into the mix before Casey turned the game from the spot.
St Conor’s: John Paul Hasson, Oisin Casey (2-0 each), Ciaran McAleese (1-1), Segdae Melaugh (1-0), Tommy Rodgers (0-2) and Cathaoir O’Neill (0-1).
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