Holders Tyrone made their way into the semi finals after an impressive win over Donegal.
They powered their way through with a 2-23 to 0-6 victory last night in Section C.
Tyrone looked favourites from the outsight, with Donegal's largely under-21 side.
The win keeps alive hopes of a sixth straight McKenna Cup title.
Winning manager Mickey Harte said he's looking forward to the next game.
And in Section B,
Fermanagh made the most of Antrims poor form to secure a spot in the semi finals.
The side were 11 points up in the first half, while Antrim failed to find the score sheet.
Ryan Murray eventually opened the scoreline for Antrim, but they couldn't overcome Fermanagh.
The scoreline ended 0-19 to 0-5.
The win meant they pipped Armagh for the best runners-up qualification place.
Fermanagh will now take on Tyrone in Clones in the semi finals.