Kilcar take over at top of Division One


Peter Campbell @dgldemocrat

Kilcar went top of the Division One on Saturday evening after Gaoth Dobhair suffered their first defeat.

With the county team training on Saturday morning, a big number of the county panellists were missing from the club teams in their games on Saturday evening.

Kilcar had three points to spare at the end of a close contest with Termon, while St. Michael's continued their good win, stopping Gaoth Dobhair in their tracks at the Bridge.

The big clash at the bottom of the table saw a Tommy Hourihane goal in added time enough to get a valuable win for Bundoran over Glenswilly, while there were predictable wins for Naomh Conaill (over Ardara) and St. Eunan's (over Dungloe).

Division Two is becoming very tight at the top with Four Masters maintaining their top spot thanks to a late free against MacCumhaill's. Milford, the surprise packets after their promotion from Division Three last year, jumped to second spot after a win over St. Naul's in Mountcharles.

Naomh Muire drew with Malin; Killybegs got a surprise one point victory away to Cloughaneely while Glenfin got a valuable win at home to Naomh Columba.

In Division Three, Aodh Ruadh continued their great run, winning their eighth game on the trot, while Downings jumped to second with a win over Urris. Naomh Brid's game with Naomh Colmcille was postponed, while Burt recorded their first win of the season in Dunkineely.

In Division 4 wins for Muff and Moville saw them join Red Hugh's on 12 points, the latter suffering a big defeat to Na Rossa.

See our picture gallery from our photographers at the matches at the weekend.

For full reports see Monday's Donegal Democrat