Croabh Rua Camlocha defeated St Eunans in the quarter-finals of the Ulster Junior Club Hurling Championship on Saturday.
Armagh junior champions Craobh Rua beat the Donegal senior winners 3-10 to 2-8.
Craobh Rua's victory was built on a rapid start to the game. At half-time, they led 2-8 to 0-4 with both of their goals coming from Armagh football star Jarly Óg Burns.
In the eighth minute, Burns - who plays football with Silverbridge - caught a ball hit from midfield in the large rectangle, turned inside the St Eunans defender and struck the sliotar past Cian Hennessy.
Final score @UlsterGAA Junior Club Championship @Craobh_Rua 3-10 @StEunansGAA 1-8
Thanks to @StEunansGAA for the tough sporting game
Safe journey home
Míle buiochas to match officials & stewards
The Rua March on / Lean ar Aghaidh
— CraobhRuaCamlocha (@Craobh_Rua) November 27, 2021
15 minutes later, he scored hit second goal of the game after Craobh Rua's Tiarnan O'Hare pounced on a loose ball in the St Eunan's defence and handpassed inside to leave Burns with an easy finish.
In early November, Craobh Rua won their second consecutive Armagh junior hurling title.