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Tyrone produced a clinical display of strength and superb finishing to hammer 13-man Derry by 3-14 to 0-12 at Celtic Park.
Ronan O'Neill grabbed two goals with Peter Harte notching the other three-pointer as the Red Hands blew Derry away in the first period to establish an 11-point lead at the break.
The Oak Leafers ended the game with just 13 men after Ciaran McFaul was dismissed for receiving a second booking while Chrissy McKsaigue was shown a straight red as their team lost its discipline in the closing stages.
James McKielt top-scored for Derry with five points but it was Mickey Harte's men who will grab the headlines for a display which confirms their ability to contend for this year's All-Ireland title.
Roscommon had a straightforward afternoon as they eased past Leitrim by 1-21 to 0-11 in Carrick-on-Shannon to book a Connacht SFC semi-final clash with Sligo in three weeks’ time.
It was a day to forget for Leitrim as they offered a weak resistance to their superior opponents, suffering a biggest ever loss to their neighbours, while they finished the match with just 12 players on the pitch after receiving a red card and two dismissals.