Sarsfields scored three goals and the same number of points but missed out on Division Two glory to St Patrick’s Carrickcruppen.
The Saints’ tally of 4-10 wrapped up the under 16s’ Championship crown following a flowing game in Armagh.
Oisin Smyth posted Sarsfields’ first score, off a free-kick, then ended the half by grabbing a goal - with Kevin McAlinden registering the assist having earlier scored a point.
St Patrick’s entered the interval up by 2-6 to 1-2 and a second-half run of 1-3 left Sarsfields on the backfoot.
Smyth scored another point before McAlinden added to the team’s run of goals.
McAlinden doubled his personal tally of goals before the final whistle.
Mark Allison picked up an injury over the closing stages but has recovered.
Leading players for St Patrick’s included Lorcan McParland, Richard Keenan, James Bennett, Jason Dobbin, Cathal Byrne and Turlough Marks.
SARSFIELDS: Mark Allison, Oisin McConville, Sheelin Breen, Mark Lennon, James McAlinden (captain), Hugh McNeill, Sean McAlinden, Ruairi Blaney, Liam McVeigh, Patrick McCavigan, Niall Skelton, Oisin Smyth, Kevin McAlinden. Subs: Sean McCaffrey, Conor McKernan, Ben McAtavey, Eamonn McGeown, James McMahon, Patrick Doran, Ryan Creaney, Caolan McNally, David Madden.
ST PATRICK’S: Mikey Cunningham, Shane O’Hagan, Colm Hollywood, Jordan Connolly, Declan Rafferty, Jamie Kelly, Lorcan McParland, Richard Keenan, Cathal Byrne, Turlough Marks, Adam Matthews, Jason Dobbin, James Bennett (captain). Subs: Turlough McGivern, Shaun Burns, Cormac Graham, Dillon Moan, Jake Carr, Aaron Fowley, Oran O’Callaghan.
In club news, Sarsfields enjoyed a success over Tir na nOg during the Senior Championship.
The ladies’ under 14s proved too strong for Killeavy.
A squad representing Sarsfields under 10s recently took part in a tournament hosted by Clann Eireann.
Coaching for the primary one, two, three and four age groups - boys and girls - will run on Wednesdays from 6-7 o’clock.
Parents are reminded that coaching for the primary one and two players takes place across September.
Sarsfields face Granemore at Tir na nOg on Saturday from 6 o’clock in the Senior Championship.
The latest lotto numbers are 3, 4, 12 and 21 - with Kevin O’Hagan and Adrian McGeown the two winners. The jackpot now stands at £2,300.