Gaoth Dobhair are well beaten


Gaoth Dobhair are well beaten

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 win

Bundoran took a giant step towards securing their place in Division One with a seven point away win over Ardara in Pearse Park.

Bundoran 3-11

Ardara 3-7

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.

Glenswilly 2-8

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.