Donegal win puts Sligo in second spot
Fionn Moylan and Niall Kilcullen were excellent throughout.
Thomas Cawley was in top form scoring nine points, six from frees, one 65’ and two from play.
Daire Cawley received the Best and Fairest Award for Sligo for a great performance in the half back line.
Donegal had good performances from Keenan Barrett, Lochlann O’Dea, James Hartnett and Liam O’ Doherty before he got injured. Darragh Mc Cormack picked up the Best and Fairest Award.
Sligo have a bye next Wednesday. They will face Mayo and Roscommon in the remaining two games in the group.
At present the team are in second place in the group after the first two games.
SLIGO: Patrick O’Connor, Fergal Curran, Eoghan Rua Mc Gowan, Jim Davis,Ethan Scully, Niall Kilcullen (Capt.), Daire Cawley, Liam O’Kelly Lynch, Fionn Connolly (0-1)Padraig Mc Gowan, Cahan Hallinan (0-5), Thomas Cawley (0-9(6f)(65’) Anthony Fidgeon, Fionn Moylan (0-2), Fergal O’Kelly Lynch, Blaine Waters (1-0), Donal Keaveney (0-1)Paul Gallagher.
DONEGAL: Philip Rodgers, Sean O’Donnell, Keenan Barrett, Matthew Noonan, Lochlann O’Dea, Andrew O’Connor, Oran Duffy, Brendan Boyle, Ciaran Mc Grory, James Hartnett (1-2), Liam O’Doherty, Donall O Buachalla (0-1), Gavin Forde, David Carey, Oisin Randles, Russell Forde, Pauric Moss, Ruairi O’Connor, John Boyle, Odhran Mc Gonigle(Capt.), Matthew Laffan, Dylan Thomas, Niall Diver, Joseph Greene, Rory Doherty, Darragh Mc Cormack (0-2(1f), Paul O’Donnell, Cian Mc Kelvey, Tommie Lee Scully, Cathal Rodgers (0-1), Patrick Curran.
REFEREE: Aidan Ferguson.
The Sligo U17 team who played Donegal in the 2nd round of the Celtic Challenge in Ballyshannon. Pics: Christine Kilcullen.
The Sligo Masters team with manager Gerry Monaghan who played London in the opening round of the Championship in London.
Daire Cawley received Best and Fairest award for Sligo.