Belnaleck will take on Derrygonnelly in the Quinn Building Products SFC semi-final while Tempo will face Roslea who defeated Erne Gaels in Ederney this evening.

The Art McMurroughs caused a surprise on Saturday night in overcoming a fancied Ederney side and their reward for that is clash against a Derrygonnelly side who are seeking a fifth title in a row, the Harps having beaten Devenish on Friday evening.

Belnaleck's fellow Division Two side Tempo saw off Teemore on Friday night and they will now come up against Roslea for a place in the final.

Peter McGinnity's side were without key defenders James McMahon and Niall Cassidy for their clash with Erne Gaels but the Shamrocks got off to a good start as Niall Cosgrove and Sean Quigley hit early points.

However, they were not to add to that tally over the remainder of the half as the Belleek men landed four points to go in at the interval with a two point lead. Oisin Kelm, Ryan Lyons and two Seamus Ryder frees made it 0-04 to 0-02.

Roslea though came out strong at the start of the second half with Quigley converting two frees to level things up.

John Connolly then rattled over a fine point from distance before a Quigley free made it a two point game, 0-06 to 0-04.

Ultan Kelm came off the bench to slot over a point to cut the deficit to one but Erne Gaels then lost Ben McCann to a second yellow card before the decisive score of the game arrived for Roslea.

A foul on Sean Quigley saw Eugene McDonagh award Roslea a penalty and although Quigley's effort came off the crossbar, an ensuing scramble finished with Shane McMahon firing to the net to make it 1-06 to 0-05.

Michael Og McGarrigle and Ryder did clip over points for Erne Gaels to cut the deficit to two but the Belleek side then had goalkeeper Stephen Ryder dismissed and Quigley hit the last point to wrap up a three point win.