GLENSWILLY ARE first team to confirm their place in the hat of the Michael Murphy Sports & Leisure Donegal SFC.
That outcome – progress to the semi-finals – came following their win over Sean MacCumhaill’s 2-20 to 1-14 at O’Donnell Park today, a match in which Michael Murphy, the Donegal captain, scored 2-5 in – all but a point from play.[adrotate group=”59″]
Michael Canning (pictured above by Geraldine Diver) and his panel can now take stock as the other three-quarter-finals are to be contested It’s Glenswilly’s sixth senior semi-final in 10 years.
” We would’ve taken that a month ago,” Canning said, in reference to his side having to go into their second championship outing knowing they more than likely needed two wins from two to save their bacon.[adrotate group=”38″]
“We have a lot of work to do. Going forward we would be happy enough. There’s not a lot you can do in a week. It’s just a matter of getting regrouped and getting your tactics right.
“We’re blooming a lot of young players here. We’re building for the future and are delighted to be in the pot for the semi-finals. We’ll see what happens now.
Canning spoke to Alan Foley afterwards …