Both senior hurling championship games played on Saturday ended in draws.
Kilmaley squeezed through to the quarter-final following a thrilling end to their game against Clonlara in Cusack Park.
It finished Kilmaley 0-21 Clonlara 1-18. Clonlara looked dead and buried but they put over the last seven points to almost snatch a dramatic win.
A draw was sufficient for Kilmaley to progress, while Clonlara had to win. Kilmaley will play the winners of Cratloe v Ballyea in their next game.
Meanwhile, it also finished level when unbeaten Inagh-Kilnamona met Whitegate. The game was tied at 0-22 each at the final whistle.
The winners, however, had already qualified for the knock-out stages, prior to the throw-in, while Whitegate couldn’t qualify and were not in relegation danger either.
Aidan McCarthy scored 0-10 for Inagh-Kilnamona, 0-8 in the first half.
His tenth point put his side a point up in second-half injury time before Whitegate’s Michael Hynes earned a deserved draw from a very late free.
In the intermediate championship, Ruan beat Corofin 0-13 to 0-11, while Tulla beat Sixmilebridge 1-17 to 0-15.