St Eunans are through to the final of the Donegal Senior Championship after a ding dong battle with St Michaels at MacCumhaill Park.
The massive crowd were treated to a pulsating battle between two determined sides who left just a point between eachother at the end.
The Creeslough side went in 2-3 to 0-7 at the interval and there was nothing in it.
Goals from Brian McLaughlin and Andrew Kelly gave St Michaels a slight advantage but Darragh Mulgrew managed to pull one back for Maxi Curran’s outfit.
Both side gave it their all through the game and swapped points throughout.
With just a few minutes left the sides were deadlocked at 2-7 to 1-10.
Colm McFadden put Michaels in front from a free but Eunans grabbed the next two scores thanks to Rory Kavanagh and Conor Gibbons to put them a point in front with just two minutes left.
Colm McFadden had a difficult chance to snatch a draw a minute into injury time but his effort dropped short.
Eunans come out on top on a scoreline of 1-12 to 2-8.
Eunans are through to the final and St Michaels will be hugely disappointed but gave it their all.
They play the winners of tomorrows other semi-final between current champions Glenswilly and Naomh Conaill.
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