Dungloe secure their top flight status; wins for Kilcar and Naomh Conaill

Dungloe secure their top flight status; wins for Kilcar and Naomh Conaill
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Ryan and Conor Greene scored the goals as Dungloe made sure of their top flight status for next season with victory over St Eunan’s in Rosses Park.

Dungloe . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-8

St Eunan’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0-9

Tony Boyle’s charges led 2-3 to 0-3 at half-time. And they did enough in the second half against an understrength St Eunan’s to claim the precious points.

DUNGLOE: Ciaran Sharkey; Jack Scally, Gavin Ward, Doalty Boyle; Matthew Ward, Martin Redmond (0-1 45), Mark Curran; Paul McGarvey, Shaun Sharkey; Gerard Walsh, Adam Neely (0-2,2f) Luke Neely (0-1); Noel McBride, Conor Greene (1-1) Ryan Greene (1-2 2f). Subs: Barry Curran for G Walsh,inj; Eoin Scally for M Curran, Raymond Sweeney for N McBride, James

McCole for G Ward, Adrian Sweeney (0-1) for P McGarvey, Ryan Connors for C Greene.

ST. EUNAN’S: Matthew Gallagher, Darragh Toal, Darragh McWalters, Oisin Toal; Conor Morrison (0-1), Conal Boyle, Peter Devine; Darragh Mulgrew, Sean Hensey; Sean McVeigh, Daniel Gillespie, Barry McGeehin; Paddy McGowan (0-1), Ciaran Sharkey, Donnacha Gallagher (0-5,4f). Subs: Oisin Carr for D Toal; Kevin Keely(0-1) for O Toal, Brian McIntyre for D Gillespie; Cillian Morrison for P McGowan, Darragh McMonagle for S McVeigh

REFEREE: Andrew Mullin (Killybegs)

Six goal thriller at the Burn Road

Naomh Conaill . . . . . . . . . 3-20

Termon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-12

Eunan Doherty, Leon Thompson and Brendan McDyre scored the goals for Naomh Conaill who led 2-7 to 0-7 at half-time.

Daire McDaid (2) and Ricky Gallagher scored the Termon goals while McDaid also posted seven points to end the game with a personal tally of 2-7.

TERMON: Michael Boyle; Kevin McElwaine, Kevin McDaid, Shane Callaghan; Steve McElwaine, Ricky Gallagher (1-0), James McSharry; Brendan Friel, Aidan Sweeney; Nathan McElwaine, Caolan McDaid, Enda McCormick (0-4); John McCafferty, Austin Marron (0-1), Daire McDaid (2-7). Subs: Finntan O’Flynn for N McElwaine; Christy Connaghan for N McElwaine; Paddy McDaid for K McElwaine.

NAOMH CONAILL: Stephen McGrath; Aaron Thompson, Kevin McGettigan, Cathal Ellis; Marty Boyle, Eunan Doherty (1-0), Eoin Wade; Ciaran Thompson (0-1), Leo McLoone ; James Doherty, Dermot 'Brick' Molloy (0-4), Darragh Gallagher (0-3,1f); Eoghan McGettigan (0-3), Seamus Corcoran, Leon Thompson (1-4). Subs: Brendan McDyre (1-2,1f) for D Molloy; John O'Malley (0-3) for J Doherty; Stephen Molloy for A Thompson; J Doherty for M Boyle; Dermot 'Brick' Molloy for S Corcoran.

REFEREE: Aidan McAleer ( Naomh Padraig, Muff).

Kilcar hit another big score

Despite being without a number of regulars including Ryan McHugh and Michael Hegarty, Kilcar had too much firepower for Bundoran.

Kilcar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-20

Bundoran . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3-9

They had 1-8 on the scoreboard before Christy Keaney raised the first white flag for Bundoran. Ashley Carr, in his first senior game since returning from London, had the first Kilcar goal.

By half-time Bundoran had reduced the leeway to 1-11 to 1-4, thanks to a Mikey McEniff goal.

But there was no let up in the second half as Darragh O'Donnell flicked a Patrick McBrearty centre to the net on 39 minutes.

Jamie Brennan had a goal for Bundoran but McBrearty added a third goal on 49 minutes. Brennan got his second goal before Eoin McHugh completed the rout with a well taken goal on the stroke of time.

KILCAR: Glen McBrearty; Stephen Shovlin, Conor McShane, Patrick Gallagher; Cormac Cannon, Mark McHugh, Daniel Lyons; Ciaran McGinley (0-1), Stephen McBrearty (0-6,3f); Ashley Carr (1-1), Mark Sweeney (0-3), Matthew McClean (0-1); Andrew McClean, Patrick McBrearty (1-8,3f), Darragh O'Donnell (1-0). Subs., Eoin McHugh (1-0) for D O'Donnell; Barry Shovlin for A McClean.

Bundoran scorers: Jamie Brennan 2-5; Mikey McEniff 1-0; James Keaney, Christy Keaney, Paul Brennan, Tommy Hourihane 0-1 each.