Patrick McBrearty stars as Kilcar overcome Dungloe

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PATRICK MCBREARTY SCORED ten points as Kilcar defeated Dungloe in Towney.

Kilcar 1-20 Dungloe 2-05

Kilcar had to come from behind to win, with McBrearty on song, scoring five from play and drilling over five frees, while Ryan McHugh’s late goal put a gloss on the scoreline.

Dungloe took the initiative early in the game as Conor Greene capitalised from a mistake in the Kilcar goalmouth to score a goal in a scramble.

Dungloe led 1-4 to 0-6 at half-time with McBrearty scoring three of the hosts’ first-half points.

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McBrearty levelled things up at the start of the second half before Ryan McHugh put Kilcar ahead for the first time.

McBrearty, two, and Eoin McHugh stretched the lead before Eoin McHugh cracked a blistering shot off the crossbar.

Ten minutes from time, Gerard Walsh beat Kevin Campbell for a second Dungloe goal, but the visitors were reduced to 14 men when corner-back Doalty Boyle received his second yellow card.

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McBrearty tapped over two frees and Ryan McHugh fired to the net for a goal in the 58th minute to make it two-out-of-two in Martin McHugh’s tenure as the Kilcar manager.

Kilcar: Kevin Campbell; Stephen Shovlin, Conor McShane, Pauric Carr; Cormac Cannon, Mark McHugh, Barry Shovlin; Ciaran McGinley (0-1), Eoin McHugh (0-3); Michael Hegarty, Ryan McHugh (1-2), Mark Sweeney; Darragh O’Donnell (0-1), Patrick McBrearty (0-10, 5f), Matthew McClean (0-3). Subs: Patrick Gallagher for Shovlin, Dermot McGinley for Hegarty, Glenn McBrearty for O’Donnell, Declan Gallagher for Sweeeny, James Cunningham for E.McHugh.

Dungloe: Ciaran Sharke; Ryan Rodgers, Raymond Sweeney, Doalty Boyle; Gavin Ward, Martin Redmond (0-1, 1 ‘45), Eoin Scally; Darren Curran, Paul McGarvey; Barry Curran (0-1), Gerard Walsh (1-0), Luke Neely; Adrian Sweeney (0-3, 3f), Conor Greene (1-0), Mark Sweeney. Subs: Hugh Moy for Greene, Shaun Wallace for Neely.

PATRICK MCBREARTY SCORED ten points as Kilcar defeated Dungloe in Towney.

Kilcar 1-20 Dungloe 2-05

Kilcar had to come from behind to win, with McBrearty on song, scoring five from play and drilling over five frees, while Ryan McHugh’s late goal put a gloss on the scoreline.

Dungloe took the initiative early in the game as Conor Greene capitalised from a mistake in the Kilcar goalmouth to score a goal in a scramble.

Dungloe led 1-4 to 0-6 at half-time with McBrearty scoring three of the hosts’ first-half points.

McBrearty levelled things up at the start of the second half before Ryan McHugh put Kilcar ahead for the first time.

McBrearty, two, and Eoin McHugh stretched the lead before Eoin McHugh cracked a blistering shot off the crossbar.

Ten minutes from time, Gerard Walsh beat Kevin Campbell for a second Dungloe goal, but the visitors were reduced to 14 men when corner-back Doalty Boyle received his second yellow card.

McBrearty tapped over two frees and Ryan McHugh fired to the net for a goal in the 58th minute to make it two-out-of-two in Martin McHugh’s tenure as the Kilcar manager.

Kilcar: Kevin Campbell; Stephen Shovlin, Conor McShane, Pauric Carr; Cormac Cannon, Mark McHugh, Barry Shovlin; Ciaran McGinley (0-1), Eoin McHugh (0-3); Michael Hegarty, Ryan McHugh (1-2), Mark Sweeney; Darragh O’Donnell (0-1), Patrick McBrearty (0-10, 5f), Matthew McClean (0-3). Subs: Patrick Gallagher for Shovlin, Dermot McGinley for Hegarty, Glenn McBrearty for O’Donnell, Declan Gallagher for Sweeeny, James Cunningham for E.McHugh.

Dungloe: Ciaran Sharke; Ryan Rodgers, Raymond Sweeney, Doalty Boyle; Gavin Ward, Martin Redmond (0-1, 1 ‘45), Eoin Scally; Darren Curran, Paul McGarvey; Barry Curran (0-1), Gerard Walsh (1-0), Luke Neely; Adrian Sweeney (0-3, 3f), Conor Greene (1-0), Mark Sweeney. Subs: Hugh Moy for Greene, Shaun Wallace for Neely.

 

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