Eunan Doherty, Seamus Corcoran and Charles McGuinness scored the goals as Naomh Conaill put Gaoth Dobhair to the sword in Davy Brennan Park, yesterday.
Naomh Conaill 3-18
Gaoth Dobhair 0-5
The winners were well on their way to victory as they led 1-10 to 0-1 and they did not ease up in the second half as they added another 2-8 to their tally against a depleted Gaoth Dobhair.
Naomh Conaill: S McGrath; Aaron Thompson, C Ellis, S Molloy; E Doherty (1-0), A J Gallagher (0-1), K McGettigan (0-1); E O Donnell, S Corcoran (1-2); M Boyle, D Molloy ()-5, 2f), J McHugh; B McDyre (0-5), C McGuinness (1-1), J O Malley (0-3). Subs: L Quinn for J Mc Hugh; H Gallagher for E O Donnell; U Doherty for E Doherty; P McGuinness for J O Malley.
Gaoth Dobhair: C Doherty; G McFadden, J Reynolds, J Boyle; N Friel (0-1), J Duffy, C Mulligan; M Kelvey (0-2, 1'45); D Boyle; N Boyle, M Roarty, E Collum; O Ward, G McBride (0-1), T Diver. Subs: C Boyle (0-1) for E Collum.
Bundoran took a giant step towards securing their place in Division One with a seven point away win over Ardara in Pearse Park.
Christy Keaney and Michael McEniff scored the goals as Bundoran recovered from a nightmare start.
Gareth Concarr got the locals off to a dream start with two early goals and a seven point lead at the end of the first quarter.
But Bundoran rose to the task and reeled Ardara in before pulling away in the second half.
Bundoran: Conor Carty; Pauric Rooney, Peter McGonigle, Diarmuid McCaughey; Barry McGowan, Paul Brennan (0-2), Shane McGowan; Ciaran McCaughey, Paul Delaney; Shane Moohan, Michael McEniff (1-2), Darragh Hoey; Timmy Goverov (0-1), Christy Keaney (2-4), Tommy Hourihane (0-1). Subs: Johnny Boyle for P Delaney; Alan Russell (0-1) for T Hourihane.
Ardara: Michael Maloney; Kevin Herron, Nicolas Breslin, Kevin Breslin; Ryan Mailey, Declan Gavigan, Nicolas Maguire; Conor Classon, Jimmy O’Connell; Brendan McNelis (1-2), Peter McHugh, Lorcan O’Donnell (0-1); Kevin Whyte (0-2), Gareth Concarr (2-1, 1-0 pen), Jack Brennan. Subs: Brendan Boyle (0-1) and Paul Watters.
Referee: Jimmy White (Killybegs).
Glenswilly win derby
First half goals from Caolan McFadden and Caolan Kelly paved the way for a Glenswilly win over St Eunan’s in O’Donnell Park.
St Eunan’s 0-9
The goals helped Glenswilly to a 2-6 to 0-3 halftime lead and despite playing with 14 men after Oisin Crawford picked up a red card on the stroke of half time, Glenswilly held on for only their second win of the league campaign.
Glenswilly: James Gallagher; Cormac Callaghan, Eamon Ward, Aidan McDevitt; Ciaran Gibbons, Patrick McFadden, Joe Gibbons; Caolan Kelly (1-0), Cathal Gallagher; Oisin Crawford, Gary McFadden (0-5), Darren McGinley(0-2); Caolan McMonagle, Ciaran Bonner (0-1), Kealan McFadden (1-0). Subs: R Diver for C Bonner (black card); Paddy Diver for K McFadden.