Tyrone and Donegal have secured their place in the semi-final of the Ulster senior football chamionship.
The two sides will face each other at Cavan's Breffni Park on Saturday 8 June.
Ahead of that, Cavan and Armagh meet at Clones in the other semi-final of the Championship on Sunday 2 June.
The winners of those matches meeting in the final on Sunday 23 June.
Fermangh (0-9) - (0-15) Donegal
Much like last year's Ulster final, the Ernesiders came up short against Donegal at Brewster Park on Sunday.
While Fermanagh opened the scoreboard, Donegal were in front by the end of the first half.
Donegal's victory will see them meet Tyrone in the semi-final while Fermanagh will join 15 other teams in Monday's qualifier draw.
Antrim (2-9) - (2-23) Tyrone
With a fourteen-point win, Tyrone made light work of Antrim in the quarter-final at the Athletic Grounds on Saturday.
Goals in each half from Tiernan McCann and Connor McAliskey helped secure the Red Hands semi-final place.
Antrim must enter into the qualifier draw as they seek their first Championship win since 2015.