Ard an Ratha captain Conor Classon was presented with the Division 2 trophy last night by sponsor Francie Marley, following a comprehensive win against Dungloe.

 

 

The three-way battle to join them in Division 1 next year took a decisive swing today when the tie between two of the contenders Naomh Naille and Aodh Ruadh ended in stalemate. The weekend’s results were:

 
Glenfin 1-12 Naomh Columba 1-12
Ardara 2-20 Dungloe 1-12
Buncrana 0-8 Termon 3-12
Killybegs 2-14 Naomh Columba 0-13
Glenfin 3-13 Four Masters 1-14
St Naul’s 1-13 Aodh Ruadh 0-16

Na Cealla Beaga’s win at home to Naomh Columba leaves them a point above both Aodh Ruadh and Naomh Naille with just one round of games left to play and makes them favourites for the second promotion spot. Aodh Ruadh entertain champions Ardara next Saturday while Nauls travel to Glen to play Naomh Columba. Na Cealla Beaga go to the Burn Road to play Termon who have nothing to play for except pride. The two chasing teams can take hope from 2018 when Termon in the last league game of the season also had little to play for but still derailed Sean MacCumhaills chance to win the Division 2 championship by winning in Ballybofey.

Marley Travel Division 2

TEAM PLD WON DRAW LOST FOR AGAINST DIFF POINTS
Ardara 17 13 0 4 304 191 113 26
Na Cealla Beaga 17 9 3 5 260 234 26 21
Aodh Ruadh Béal Seanaigh 17 9 2 6 271 227 42 20
Naomh Náille 17 8 4 5 226 215 11 20
Gleann Fhinne 17 8 1 8 254 261 -7 17
An Clochán Liath 17 7 3 7 235 242 -7 17
An Tearmainn 17 7 2 8 227 222 +5 16
Naomh Columba 17 6 3 8 238 270 -32 15
Four Masters 17 5 0 12 207 268 -61 10
Bun Cranncha 17 4 0 13 215 307 -92 8

 

In the Reserve League Killybegs won and Four Masters conceded to Glenfin. The fight for the title will go to the last round of games next Saturday. Glenfin are currently a point ahead of Killybegs and travel to Dungloe for their last game of the season with Killybegs going to Termon.

 

Glenfin 4-11 Naomh Columba 3-9

Buncrana 3-11 Termon 3-8
Killybegs 2-12 Naomh Columba 1-14
Glenfin 1-5 Four Masters 0-0 (Conceded)
St Naul’s 2-14 Aodh Ruadh 1-8