NAOMH Conaill made light work of St Michael’s and it’s four-from-four for Martin Regan’s side.
St Michael’s 0-10 Naomh Conaill 2-17
Kieran Gallagher and Charles McGuinness netted the first-half goals as Naomh Conaill bagged a big win.
McGuinness was the provider for Gallagher to knock in the opening goal in the 13th minute.
Just six minutes later, McGuinness was picked out by Oran Gallagher and Naomh Conaill led 2-6 to 0-4 at the short whistle.
Dermot Molloy hit four points for Naomh Conaill, who were in cruise control for the second half.
Naomh Conaill had nine different scorers on the day and were just too strong.
St Michael’s: Dean McColgan; Stephen Doak, Liam Paul Ferry, Liam Kelly; Kyle McGarvey, Michael Gallagher, Ruairi Friel; Cian Kelly, Brain Creed; Edward O’Reilly (0-3, 1f), Martin McElhinney (0-4), Conan Brennan; Owen Kelly (0-1), Caolan Toye (0-2), Antoin McFadden. Subs: Oisin Cannon and Colin McFadden for McColgan and Gallagher (half-time),
Naomh Conaill: Stephen McGrath: Hughie Galagher, Jason Campbell (0-1), AJ Gallagher; Oran Doherty, Anthony Thompson, Kevin McGettigan; Leo McLoone, Ciaran Brennan; Brendan McDyer (0-3), Seamus Corcoran (0-3), Keelan McGill (0-1); Dermot Molloy (0-4), Charles McGuinness (1-3, 1f), Kieran Gallagher (1-0). Subs: Eoin Waide (0-1) and JD Boyle for McDyer and Doherty (47), John O’Malley (0-1), Conor Roarty and Daniel Gildea for Molloy, AJ Gallagher and Thompson (53)
Referee: Seamus McGonagle (Aodh Ruadh).