Three games were played this evening in the @mmurphysports championship. Setanta won well against Sean MacCumhaills in the Senior Hurling Championship, making it three wins out of three and moving them to the top of the table, ahead of Buncrana on score difference. At Hibernian Park the Burt v St Eunans match was called off very early after a serious injury to the Burt goal-keeper. We wish him a speedy recovery.

In the Senior Football Championship, Naomh Conaill had too far much for a young Termon side running out comfortable winners in a game which was effectively over shortly after the first water-break. That’s maximum points for Naomh Conaill with three wins out of three and with an enormous score difference they are now virtually guaranteed a quarterfinal slot and more than likely a home tie. In the Intermediate championship, Naomh Muire Iochtar na Rosann also maintain a 100% record with an important home win against Naomh Colmcille.

 

The three results in tonight’s games were:

 

Senior Hurling:     Setanta 5-17     Sean MacCumhaill 0-9

Senior Football:   Naomh Conaill 6-18     An Tearmann 0-8

Intermediate Football:    Naomh Muire InR 2-10    Naomh Colmcille 0-11

 

Tomorrow evening’s game between Downings and Na Rossa has been postponed. It is with great sadness that we report the death of Anton McGettigan president of Na Dunaibh and someone who made an enormous contribution to the club both as a player and administrator. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

 

Tomorrow’s fixtures are:

Senior Championship

14.00 Tír Conaill Park Na Ceithre Maistir An Clochán Liath Ref Connie Doherty
16.00 Páirc Gearóid Ó’Gallachóir Naomh Naille Gaoth Dobhair Ref Shane Toolan
19.30 Páirc Sheain Mhic Chumhaill Sean MacCumhaill Gleann Fhinne Ref Jimmy White

 

Intermediate Championship

19.30 The Scarvey Bun Cranncha Naomh Ultan Ref Sean McDaid

 

Junior Championship

19.30 Páirc Eimeid Roibéard Eimeid Gaeil Leitir Ceanainn Ref Ryan Walsh

 

The game in The Scarvey will be streamed on the Buncrana Facebook page with commentary from Damian Dowds and Paul McGonigle.