POINTS LATE IN THE day by Christy Keaney and Michael McEniff secured a win for Bundoran in an entertaining joust with Termon at the Burn Road today.
Termon 3-6 Bundoran 0-17
By James Trearty
Both teams were short ley players. Bundoran traveled without the injured James Keaney and Pauric Rooney while Niall Dunne and Paul Rooney are on vacation in Jamaica.[adrotate group=”46"]
Termon were without Austin Marron whose forthcoming nuptials kept him otherwise engaged, but experienced netminder Michael Boyle made a return to the Burn Road after suffering a serious injury some months ago
Termon got off to the perfect start when Fiontán O’Flynn fed Daire McDaid for a goal in the opening minutes.
Termon played a defensive game and only had one other point before the break.[a[adrotate group=”68"]p>Bundoran scored 0-12 in the opening half, Cristy Keaney and Jamie Brennan being the chief providers.
Matters took a dramatic twist after the commencement of the second half when Daire McDaid and Caolan McDaid both raised green flags for Termon.
Better was to come as Daire Mc Daid had two further points before McEniff landed a Bundoran point. While Termon equalised, Diarmuid McCaughey put Bundoran one up, only for Daire McDaid to level again.
Termon: Michael Boyle; Steve McElwaine, Shane Callaghan, James McSharry; Kevin McElwaine, Paul McDaid, Anthony McGrenra; Brendan Friel, Daire Mc Daid; Nathan McElwaine, Caolan Mc Daid, Fiontán O’Flynn, Johnny McCafferty, Aiden Sweeney.
Bundoran: Conor Carty; Diarmuid McCaughey, Peter McGonagle, Matthew Ward; Barry McGowan, Paul Brennan, Shane Moohan; Michael McEniff, Dara Hoey; Tomy Govorov, Alan Russell, Jamie Brennan; Christy Keaney, Shane McGowan, Peter McGonagle.
Referee: Paddy McGonagle (Buncrana)