Kilcar remain on top of the AllSportsStore.com All County League Division One after a convincing second half against St. Eunan's on Saturday night.
Goals from Mark Sweeney and a magnificent second half effort from Mickey Hegarty was the difference.
Naomh Conaill are a point adrift of Kilcar in second place after a big away win over St. Michael's, while Gaoth Dobhair dropped a point, needing a Gavin McBride point to snatch a draw in Glenswilly.
Kilcar, Naomh Conaill and Gaoth Dobhair seem to be the big three with two points between them in the table.
In Division Two there were just three games played with the big game in Tirconaill Park where leaders Milford came from eight points down to drawa with Four Masters and stand a point ahead of the Donegal Town men in the table.
Malin and Cloughaneely drew while Glenfin secured two valuable points at home to Killybegs.
In Division Three, Buncrana inflicted the first defeat of the season on leaders Aodh Ruadh, and cut the deficit to five points. Third placed Downings did not field against Letterkenny Gaels and this game will be decided in the boardroom.
Elsewhere Naomh Brid defeated Naomh Ultan and bottom club Naomh Colmcille had a surprise win over Gaeil Fhanada.
In Division Four Moville continue to lead with a big win over Naomh Padraig, Lifford, while Na Rossa are up to second with a win over Naomh Padraig, Muff.
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