Donegal have it easy
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.