St Eunan’s made it two from two in the Ulster Colleges, Treanor Cup (U-15 and half) with a comfortable victory over Aquinas Grammar School, Belfast, in the Mid Ulster Sports Arena in Cookstown on Monday.
St Eunan’s College 4-11
Aquinas, Belfast 3-4
Conor O’Donnell, scorer of 1-5 in the first round win over St Pat’s, Armagh, on Friday, was scorer-in-chief again. O’Donnell posted three of his team’s total in another top class forward display.
St Eunan’s led 0-8 to 1-1 at half-time.
The goals from O’Donnell and another from Oran Winston saw St Eunan’s cruise to an easy victory. St Eunan’s, who have full points from their two games, play Holy Trinity Cookstown, in their final group game on Tuesday.
The team is managed by Colm McFadden and Chris Carr.
St Eunan’s: Eoghan Jordan; Conor O’Donnell, Anthony Gallagher, Brendan Horgan; Ronan McCann, Cormac O’Kane, Oisin Cassidy; Shane O’Donnell (0-2), Conor Cullen (0-1); Darragh Ellison (0-3), Conor McKinney, Keelan Margey; Conor O’Donnell (3-2), Pauric McGettigan, Dylan Doogan (0-1). Sub: Oran Winston (1-0), Michael Gallagher (0-2), Keean Diver, Ronan Dorian.