GLENGAD UNITED MANAGER SHANE BYRNE has seen his side start the new season perfectly, but has warned the troops not to get complacent.
A hat-trick from Paddy McDermott secured a 5-4 win over Aileach in the Charlie O’Donnell Memorial Cup at Maginn Park on Wednesday night.
It ensured that Glengad continued their unbeaten start to the season, but Byrne had reasons for concern.
“The goals we conceded were really sloppy goals,” Byrne told Donegal Sport Hub.
“We started really well, but complacency kicked in and we were like we were on a Sunday stroll about.
“We gradually came into it and we dominated the play for long periods of the second half.”
Glengad have two-out-of-two in the Jackie Crossan Premier Division and are also into the semi-finals of the Clubman Shirts League Cup.
“It’s a cup we won last year and it’s a cup we want to retain,” Byrne said.
“We’ll take it one game at a time and we’ll treat everyone with the upmost respect.
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