Ulster and All-Ireland club champions Crossmaglen will have to replay their Ulster Club Championship quarter-final after drawing with Down champions Kilcoo yesterday.
Crossmaglen, managed by Joe Kernan, looked to have snatched victory when they went two up in extra-time.
But two frees from Darragh O’Hanlon saw the side finish level on 1-7 each.
The replay will be at Armagh on 10 November with the winners facing Derry side Ballinderry in the semi-finals.
“We are very disappointed with the way we played. We didn’t play at all,” said Stephen Kernan.
“We came into the game very confident on the back of a great championship in Armagh and we didn’t get going at all.
“We still looked like we would go on and win it after that late goal and to not win it is disappointing.”
Yesterday’s other quarter-final ties saw wins for Glenswilly, Roslea and Ballinderry.
Donegal champions Glenswilly made progress courtesy of a first half penalty strike from Irish International rules captain, Michael Murphy.
“St Gall’s had most of the possession early on and we just hung in there,” said Murphy.
“Thankfully we had a wee five-minute purple patch just before half-time and to go in leading was a huge boost to us.
“We defended resolutely in the second half and the rub of the green went for us.”
Fermanagh’s Roslea reached the last four with a 1-12 to 0-11 win over Cavan side Ballinagh.
Derry champions Ballinderry booked their semi-final spot with a one point win over Monaghan side Scotstown.
Enda Muldoon, a second-half Ballinderry substitute, was relieved to progress after a tough test.
“We’re delighted to be in the semi-finals but we needed a bit of luck to get through,” he said.
AIB Ulster Club Senior Football
Crossmaglen 1-12 Kilcoo 2-9 (after extra-time), Glenswilly 1-10 St Gall’s0-10, Roslea 1-12 Ballinagh 0-11, Scotstown 0-10 Ballinderry 1-8