minutes left it 3-14 to 1-12 and points from Rowe and Brian Dillon closer the gap further.
A brilliantly executed goal from Rowe left four between the team with time almost up. Graham Reilly replied with a point at the other end before Rowe netted from the penalty spot with the last kick of the game. DRUMCONRATH got back to winning ways in division four with a comprehensive victory over the visitors on Saturday evening.
The opening half was a closely contested affair with St Mary’s on target with the first two points.
Drumconrath finally got off the mark when the returning Alan Byrne pointed from play on seven minutes.
Pado Byrne with two converted frees eventually put the hosts ahead and further scores from Shaun Murray, Daniel Byrne and Sean McMahon left Drumconrath leading 0-6 to 0-3 at the break.
Farrelly hammered home a goal just 23 seconds after the restart and soon added a free as Drumconrath began to lay claim to the points on offer. St Mary’s added a point of their own before Alan Byrne and Jamie Myles replied to leave it 1-9 to 0-4 by the 40th minute.
Michael Everard found the net for St Mary’s but Drumconrath were well on top at this stage and Alan Byrne added another two points.
Any hope St Mary’s had of taking something from the game disappeared when Stephen Crosby and Alan Byrne struck for quick-fire goals to put the game out of reach.