The Shanahan brothers scored 1-13 between them as Lismore topped Group 2 of the county with a 1-21 to 1-14 victory over Mount Sion in the curtain raiser at Fraher Field.
They lead by four points at the break, 1-8 to 0-7.
Manager Dave Barry said that it was the perfect response to last week’s loss to Roanmore.
Goalkeeper Seanie Barry was carried off the field in the first half with a serious ankle injury much to the concern of the management team.
Passage have finished second in Group 2 after they secured a hard earned win over Eastern rivals Roanmore in Walsh Park this afternoon.
Owen Connors, from a penalty and Liam Flynn netted first half goals for Passage as the sides went in level at the break, 2-3 to 0-9 with Gavin O’ Brien in fine scoring form for the Sky Blues.
Gavin O’Brien edged Roanmore in front early in the second period.
John Whitty netted Passage’s first goal as they pulled clear in the second quarter, Stephen Lynch also netted a goal for the Reds as they secured a 4-9 to 0-14 win, with Roanmore getting just three points from play.
Passage manager John Tracey was pleased with the victory.
John says the goals were crucial in their hard fought win.
Abbeyside booked their Quarter-Final spot with a narrow 0-13 to 0-12 win over Ballyduff Upper in Fraher Field.
Ballygunner recorded a 0-23 to 0-15 win over De La Salle at Walsh Park.