There was a big win for Donegal firsts in a game more competitive than the score suggests at the Holmes on Saturday.
Donegal Town Firsts 34
Down Lurgan 0
The home side ran in five tries. Pete-so Cannon got over for the opening try (and added three conversions later). Donagh O Callaghan got number two following some great phases of forward play and added a penalty.
Gareth McMurray crossed over in the second half following a great run by Declan Gallagher, who ‘popped’ to out half Donagh, who in turn put Gareth through.
The captain’s try came next as a result of hard won territory by the pack, then slick ball from Pete-so Cannon to centre, Conal O Callaghan who fed Big Nev. Nev ‘swanned’ over for Donegal’s fourth try.
Rory Boyle applied the final touch with a great try in the left corner for the last piece of open play in a game that consolidated Donegal Town RFC’s second place in the league.