Done­gal have it easy

The Irish Times - Monday - Sport - - Sports -

Done­gal had it all their own way against a light­weight Queen’s in the open­ing game of the Dr McKenna Cup in MacCumhaill Park, Bally­bofey. be­fore a crowd just in ex­cess of 1,000.

While Queen’s looked or­gan­ised, they didn’t have the same cut­ting edge as Done­gal up front. Michael Lan­gan, Eoin McHugh and Ciaran Thomp­son were in scor­ing form as Done­gal kept the score­board tick­ing over to lead 0-13 to 0-5 at the break.

Ryan Tre­anor looked the best of Queen’s front line and had two half goal chances dur­ing the half.

The third quar­ter was a very friendly af­fair, the sides shar­ing eight points.

Done­gal lost Michael Lan­gan to the sin bin for a pull down but they were able to keep Queen’s at arms length and man of the match, Ciaran Thomp­son, kept the score­board tick­ing. Lan­gan, just back on the field, had the fi­nal point from a free.

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