Slaughtneil remain on course for another Ulster title while Kilcoo book final place after powerful four-goal display
Published 13/11/2016 | 16:31
Kilcoo and Slaughtneil will face off in the Ulster SFC final after both clubs secured wins today.
Kilcoo stormed to an emphatic 4-13 to 0-12 victory over Maghery this afternoon to book a place in the provincial decider.
The Down champions scored three goals in the second half, courtesy of JJ McLaughlin and a brace from Ceilum Doherty.
Ryan Johnston scored the other goal for Kilcoo, who've reached their first Ulster club SFC final since 2012.
Slaughtneil (1-11) beat Killyclogher (0-8) in the other semi-final to book their place in the final. Meehaul McGrath scored the solitary goal of the game after great work by Sé McGuigan.
The Derry champions dominated possession for the majority of the game, and Paul Bradley converted four frees.