Tir na nOg produced a thrilling performance to maintain senior status with away success at Ballymacnab by 1-7 to 0-17.
Team spirit served Tir na nOg across a league campaign that failed too often to result in the rewards for such determination.
However, the players provided an end product when most in need with a victory secured despite the absence of high-profile Brian Mallon.
Jamie McAleenan posted early points, with Paul Carvill and Johnny McGurgan each sharing spells on the scoreboard.
Marc Davidson and Barry McDonald formed a solid midfield partnership and the former fired over from distance before Paul Carvill closed out the impressive first-half display with another point.
However, a Ballymacnab goal left the Tir na nOg lead at a single point before the interval.
Tir na nOg attacked from the start of the second half and Gareth McDonald’s strong play led to Paul Carvill adding early points before a Johnny McGurgan effort increased the tally.
Frees arrived off Paul Carvill and Marc Davidson then Jamie McAleenan capped a flowing team move with an additional point.
Marc Davidson logged the final Tir na nOg point to cement a winning position.
The lotto draw was 10, 16, 17 and 19, with a £1,100 jackpot.
Annaghmore’s Senior Championship quarter-final against Ballymacnab will take place tonight (Friday) in The Athletic Grounds from 8.30.
Mixed HIIT and circuit sessions will run each Monday and Wednesday evening from 7-7.30 or Tuesday and Friday morning between 6.30-7 o’clock.
Irish Dancing will run from Tuesday between 6.30-7.30.
The latest lotto numbers are 6, 12, 15 and 23 - with Stephen McConville the Match Three winner.