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28 May 2022

Second-half surge takes Naomh Conaill away from Bundoran

Naomh Conaill overcame Bundoran at Davy Brennan Memorial Park

Naomh Conaill put to the pin of their collar by Downings

Charles McGuinness who scored one of the Naomh Conaill goals. Photo: Sportsfile

Charles McGuinness scored the first-half goal as Naomh Conaill came from behind to beat Bundoran at Davy Brennan Memorial Park.

Naomh Conaill 3-13

Bundroan 1-9

Bundoran were in front, 0-6 to 1-2, at half-time.

McGuinness’ goal kept Naomh Conaill within striking distance.

Kevin McGettigan and Daniel Gildea added second-half goals and Naomh Conaill pulled well clear by the finish.


Naomh Conaill scorers: Charles McGuinness 1-2; Kevin McGettigan 1-1; Daniel Gildea 1-0; Paul McGuinness, Hughie Gallagher, Leo McLoone, Dermot Molloy 0-2; Eunan Doherty, Anthony Thompson, John O’Malley 0-1.

Naomh Conaill: Paudie Brennan; Conor Roarty, Jason Campbell, Stephen Molloy; Cian Doherty, Anthony Thompson, Eoin Wade; Leo McLoone AJ Gallagher; Eunan Doherty, John O’Malley, Kevin McGettigan; Dermot Molloy, Charles McGuinness, Paul McGuinness. Subs: Hughie Gallagher, NF Boyle, Daniel Gildea, Logan Quinn, Leo Dunphy

Bundoran: Conor Carty; Sean McGloin, Jonathan Boyle, Adam Gallagher; Timmy Govorov, Shane McGowan, Brian McHenry; Gary Clancy, Matthew Duffy; Kyle McNulty, Dara Hoey, Jakub Machuink; Adam McGloin, Ciaran McCaughey, Shane Moohan. Sub: Ciaran Doherty

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