St Eunan's Cormac Finn wins possession as John Chambers closes in for MacCumhaill's
St. Eunan’s finished off the senior hurling league campaign with a comfortable win over Mac Cumhaills in Ballybofey on Friday.
St Eunan's 5-9
The first half was a close affair. The visitors threatened to pull away a number of times largely through the scoring of Peter Kelly, who contributed seven points, and a well taken Gavin Forde goal. However, Mac Cumhaills kept in touch with three frees from PJ Browne and goals in either quarter from Barry McGranaghan and Patrick Bradley, leaving St. Eunan’s three points ahead at the interval, 2-5 to 1-11.
MacCumhaill's: Lee Henderson, Eoghan Wright, Christopher Gallagher, Kyle Tourish, Aaron Toner, Conor Griffin, John Anthony Chambers, Orin McDermott (0-2), Dean Hannigan, Dean O’Donnell (0-1), PJ Browne (0-7, 0-6 frees), Fintan Griffin, Martin Timony, Barry McGranaghan (1-0), Patrick Bradley (1-1).
St Eunan’s: Daire McBride, Conor Neely, Mark Connaughton, Lorcan Heavey, Colm Flood, Steven Doherty, Ryan Hilferty, Sean Halvey, Thomas Crossan (0-1), Russell Forde (1-2), Paul O’Donnell, Cormac Finn (0-1), Gavin Forde (1-1), Matt Ahern (0-3), Peter Kelly (1-10, 0-6 frees). Subs: Kevin Kealy (2-1), Chris Murray, Eoin Scanlon, Mark Mulholland, John Lambe.
Referee: James Callaghan.
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