LIAM Ward was delighted to see his Glenfin bag a win over Cloughaneely that keeps alive their chances of making the Donegal SFC quarter-finals.
Glenfin edged out Cloughaneely 1-12 to 1-11 at Pairc Naomh Fionnan following a tense struggle.
Glenfin let a nine-point slip to lose against Four Masters in their opening game, but the An Gaeltacht Lár men responded in just the right way on Sunday.
“It really was anybody’s game in the second half,” Ward said.
“There was always going to be one score in it and we’re delighted to be on the right end of it.
“I felt they grew stronger in the second half and they came back at us. They’re a tough team down here.”
Glenfin were hammered 4-14 to 2-6 by St Naul’s in the League a week previously, but they hit back in Falcarragh.
Ward said: “We came off a demoralising defeat, but they showed a bit of fight and spirit.”
Mark McGinty junior netted their goal in the first half and, while Declan McGarvey’s penalty pulled Cloughaneely back into it, four points each by Gerard Ward (pictured above) and Conor Ward secured the win for Glenfin.
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