Bundoran picked up their first win of the season with a two-point success against derby rivals Four Masters at Gaelic Park.
Bundoran 0-9 Four Masters 0-7
The teams were level seven times during a closely-fought encounter.
Picture caption: Diarmuid McCaughey who lined out for Bundoran in their win over Four Masters.
The sides were inseparable in the first half, which ended in a 0-5 apiece stalemate.
Gary Clancy hoofted Bundoran ahead, only for Kevin McBrearty’s double to put Four Masters in front.
Michael McEniff and Cian McEniff made it advantage Bundoran, but Leo McHugh tied it up again.
The experienced Tommy Hourihane drilled Bundoran back into the driving seat, but Conor McDaid and McBrearty swung the pendulum Four Masters’ way once more.
Clancy curled over the final point of the opening half.
Four Masters led by the minimum heading into the last five minutes, but Bundoran took over as Michael McEniff’s late brace sealed the points.[a[adrotate group=”46"]p>Bundoran: Conor Carty; Matthew Ward, James Keaney, Diarmuid McCaughey; Peter McGonigle, Shane McGowan, Johnny Boyle; Niall Dunne, Ciaran McCaughey; Diarmuid Spratt, Gary Clancy (0-3, 2f) Michael McEniff (0-4), Alan Russell, Tommy Hourihane (0-1, 1f), Cian Mc Eniff (0-1). Subs used: Niall Carr, David Stuttard.
Four Masters: Ryan Haughey; Ryan O’Donnell, Kevin Breslin, Enda Bonner; Sean O’Kennedy, Daire Quinn, Barry Dunnion; Leo McHugh (0-1), Kevin McBrearty (0-4, 4f); Aaron McCrea, Paddy Reid (0-1), Sean Meehan; Darren Doherty, Conor McDaid (0-1), Josh Lacey. Sub used: Caolan Loughney.