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Half time 0-1.
Chris Dilton got the visitors 2nd goal in the 49th minute when he beat the offside trap to score past the keeper. Worse was to follow for Cappry in the 54th minute when Dara McDaid scored from close range following a corner. Dara McDaid got his second in the 58th minute when he got to the rebound following a good save from Conor McBride in the Cappry goal. McDaid completed his hatrick on the hour mark when he headed to the net after the ball came back off the crossbar following a free kick. Cappry were awarded a penalty in the 67th minute after an infringement in the penalty area but it was saved by the keeper to show what kind of day the home team were having. Kilmacrenan got their 6th goal in the 76th minute when Gary Gorman scored from close range. Dara Gordon completed the rout in the 82nd minute when he lobbed the advancing keeper to score to the empty net.
Final score 0-7.
Conor McBride and Michael Lafferty were best for Cappry.
Dara McDaid and Chris Dilton best for Kilmacrenan.
The Colts travelled to Glenties on Saturday afternoon to play against the hosts Fintown. The Colts came out of the blocks fast and Niall Ryan tested the home keeper in the 1st minute, shortly after this Fintown had a great chance to open the scoring but Shea Doherty pulled off a great save to his left. The Colts linked up well through Patrick Long, Charlie Griffin and Niall Ryan to put Sean Ryan through to score after 15 minutes. Niall Ryan scored number two before halftime. Fintown battled away after the break but Niall Ryan nipped in yet again to get his 2nd and Cappry’s third shortly after the break. The Colts were now playing nice football with Darragh Carroll, Ronan Callaghan and Ethan Deery impressing. The Colts scored their 4th goal through Sean Lyons ten minutes from time after good work by Eoin McGonagle, Odhran Quigley Doherty and Ethan Deery. Three minutes from time Niall Marley scored his 3rd goal of the season from a Patrick Long corner.
We would like to thank Fintown for a very sporting contest, match referee Seamus McGroary and the 12 Colts who all played.