St Gall's showed that they are genuine contenders for another AIB Ulster Club title by easily accounting for Cavan Gaels at Casement Park on Sunday.
St Gall's Colin Brady tries to break away from Anthony Forde
Terry O'Neill, Karl Stewart and sub Ciaran McGourty all hit two points as Gall's led 0-8 to 0-2 at half-time.
Gaels reduced the margin to 0-9 to 0-5 and 0-11 to 0-7 but never looked like getting on terms.
The Cavan outfit's disappointing day was summed up by Shane McGlade's late dismissal for a second yellow card.
Michael Lyng hit two of the opening three scores of the game to put Gaels 0-2 to 0-1 ahead but Gall's replied with seven unanswered points to lead 0-8 to 0-2 at half-time.
Terry O'Neill, Karl Stewart and sub Ciaran McGourty all notched a brace of points as Gall's took control while Paul Gribben got the other score.
Another Ciaran McGourty score increased Gall's lead to seven before Gaels rallied with three scores of their own from sub Seanie Johnstone, Ronan Wylie and Anthony Forde.
Johnstone had been unable to start because of injury but such were Gaels' struggles that he was introduced before the break.
However, any problems of a Gaels fightback was snuffed out by two Gall's points while they Belfast club went close to notching a goal with Owen Elliott making a great save to deny Karl Stewart.
Two Michael Lyng points again reduced Gall's lead to four but the comeback was never on and the Belfast club eased to a five-point success.