A fiercely resilient Castleblayney struck deep into stoppage time to snatch victory by the narrowest of margins and claim their third Ulster Junior club hurling championship crown at the expense of the Antrim champions, Cushendun in this cliffhanger that was played in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh, on Sunday afternoon last.
With just one county final left to be played in 2018 - the Galway SHC decider between Liam Mellows and St Thomas' which is scheduled for next weekend - the provincial club championships are in full swing.
It was a disappointing weekend for two of Monaghan's three representatives in the Ulster club Championships last weekend with Doohamlet in the intermediate series and Emyvale in the Junior championship, making their exit at the first hurdle, while Scotstown were the county's only success as they booked their place in the semi-final of the senior club championship with victory over Burren in Newry.
There will be no restriction on the number of players allowed between the 45-metre lines in Gaelic football when a kick-out is being taken under the new rule which is set to be trialled in next year's Allianz Football League.
Antrim champions St Enda's deservedly booked their place in the semi finals of the Ulster intermediate club championship with this seven points victory over Monaghan champions Doohamlet at Corrigan Park, Belfast on Sunday afternoon last.