There were two games played in Division 1 last night with St Eunan’s picking up two league points against St Michaels, moving them into third place, above Gaoth Dobhair, in the table but with two extra games played. MacCumhaills improved their chances of staying in Division 1 with an important victory in Páirc Naomh Columba, denying Glenswilly a chance to drag themselves clear of what is developing into a battle that could see any of the six bottom teams making the plunge to Division 2.
St Michaels 1-14 St Eunan’s 2-14
Glenswilly 1-14 Sean MacCumhaills 3-15
Brian McCormick Sports & Leisure Division 1
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There are two games from Division 1 down for decision this evening with Gaoth Dobhair travelling to Towney to play Kilcar and Naomh Conaill taking on Cloughaneely in Davy Brennan Memorial Park. On Sunday, the scheduled St Michaels v Realt na Mara game has been postponed due to a bereavement, but the remaining game goes ahead, as scheduled, at 3.00 pm with Milford hosting St Eunan’s at Moyle Park.