Holy Trinity secured their place in the MacLarnon Cup Quarter Finals with a hard earned win over Castleblaney at Dunmoyle on Friday. Castleblaney opened the scoring in the first minute, but playing with a strong win, Cookstown went on to dominate the opening exchanges with a Macauley Quinn point followed by a Gavin Goodfellow goal after ten minutes. Holy Trinity were in control of the contest and scores from James Lowe, David Mulgrew and Gavin Goodfellow, were followed by a great individual goal from Macauley Quinn to open an eight point lead. The Monaghan men responded with the last two scores of the half to leave the score line 2-4 to 0-4 at the break. Holy Trinity faced a strong wind in the second half, and although Macauley Quinn got the opening score of the half, it was Castleblaney who were on top, kicking five scores in a row to reduce the margin to just two points. Holy Trinity dug deep and managed to get crucial scores from Ryan Loughran and James Lowe, a late rally from Castleblaney was not enough, with a great Nathan Bell save ensuring that Holy Trinity held on for a place in the last eight, on a final score of 2-7 to 0-11.