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Naomh Conaill to meet St Eunan’s in Donegal SFC decider

Dermot Molloy celebrates one of Naomh Conaill's goals, as Kilcar goalkeeper Kevin Campbell looks on. Photo: Donna El Assaad

Dermot Molloy celebrates one of Naomh Conaill’s goals, as Kilcar goalkeeper Kevin Campbell looks on. Photo: Donna El Assaad


BY RYAN FERRY

NAOMH Conaill and St Eunan’s will face off in the 2015 Donegal SFC final after they both recorded easy wins in the semi-finals this weekend.

St Eunan’s were very impressive in their 2-15 to 0-11 victory over St Michael’s on Saturday night, with Lee McMonagle and Conor Parke grabbing the goals.

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Naomh Conaill joined them in the decider after they proved too strong for Kilcar on Sunday. Dermot Molloy, Eoghan McGettigan, Leon Thompson, and Leo McLoone hit the net, as they won on a scoreline of 4-10 to 0-11.

The sides have already met in this year’s championship, with the Glenties men winning by eleven points in the group stages.

However, Rory Kavanagh and Caolan Ward are now back in the ‘Eunan’s team and Maxi Curran’s charges will be much tougher opposition when they meet again on October 18.

FOR FULL COVERAGE OF THE SEMI-FINALS, PICK UP TOMORROW’S DONEGAL NEWS

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