CHRISTY Toye believes that Sunday’s narrow win over Glenfin will stand to St Michael’s.
After posting ten-point wins over Cloughaneely and Four Masters in their opening two games, Eddie Harkin’s side had to eke out a slender 2-7 to 1-8 win at Pairc Tabhoige.
Colm McFadden’s goal gave them a 1-3 to 0-1 half-time lead, but they needed a fortunate Andrew Kelly goal in the second half to maintain their 100 per cent record.
“We were a bit wasteful in the first half and Glenfin dominated the second half – they showed great resolve to push on,” Toye told Donegal Sport Hub.
“That game will stand to us.
“At the start of the year we wanted three wins and to top the group. We got that.
“We were poor enough and we weren’t really at the races, but we got a lucky goal to push us through.
“Glenfin really put it up to us. We had to battle for the points, but that’ll be good for us going forward.”
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