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Armagh end long wait for semi-final spot as Roscommon falter

Finally, Armagh have done it, an All-Ireland quarter-final win at the seventh attempt for the Orchard County and a first semi-final since 2005 to look forward to next month.

Armagh were up there at the very top of the championship tree back in the mid-2000s, famously duking it out with Tyrone for provincial and All-Ireland honours.

It remains to be seen just how much of a contender for the Sam Maguire Cup they are 19 years on, but Kieran McGeeney's crew will return to Croke Park on 13/14 July armed with precious momentum.

Barry McCambridge's 1-02 haul was significant but it was Conor Turbitt's goal in the 52nd minute that really allowed the 2002 champions to turn the screw, doubling their lead at that stage from three to six.

That was as good as the final nail in Roscommon's coffin considering Davy Burke's underdogs were already down to 14 players at that stage following Ruaidhri Fallon's dismissal shortly before half-time.

The Connacht outfit will have nightmares about the Turbitt goal concession as it came from a short kick-out by Conor Carroll that found Niall Higgins but which was turned over by a mixture of Clann Eireann clubmates Turbitt and Tiernan Kelly and returned to the net with compound interest.

Roscommon's season is over but Armagh's could run for some time.

Stefan Campbell came on and made a big impact, kicking two points and setting up two more, so has put forward his case for inclusion from the start. Oisin Conaty kicked four important points too while Turbitt finished with 1-02.

Armagh came in as Group 1 table-toppers and lived up to their favourites' tag by leading from pillar to post, save for a brief period early in the third quarter when Roscommon tied it up.

Turbitt lived up to his nickname by giving the