MARK MCHUGH kicked ten points as Kilcar overcame Gaoth Dobhair in Towney to maintain their excellent Division One form.
Kilcar 3-15 Gaoth Dobhair 3-11
Kilcar rattled in two goals in the first half with Mark Sweeney netting on 15 minutes and, just two minutes later, Paddy McShane kept his cool to fire in a second.
However, Gaoth Dobhair hit back and Peter McGee applied a finish to Naoise Ó Baoill’s pass to cut the deficit to a single point at the break.
Kilcar held sway 2-7 to 1-9 at the changeover and Ciaran McGinley blasted to the Gaoth Dobhair net just after the re-start.
Yet, Micheál Carroll delivered an instant riposte at the other end as he got in for a goal, while veteran Kevin Cassidy added a third goal for the visitors.
Gaoth Dobhair finished with 13 men as Peter McGee (yellow and black) and Christopher McFadden (two yellows) received their marching orders.
Kilcar: Eamonn McGinley; Barry McGinley, Conor McShane, Pauric Carr; Barry Shovlin, Michael Hegarty, Brian O’Donnell; Mark McHugh (0-10, 9f), Ciaran McGinley (1-1); Andrew McClean (0-1), Conor Doherty (0-1), Paddy McShane (1-1); Mark Sweeney (1-1), Matthew McClean, Daragh O’Donnell. Subs: Dylan O’Gara, Odhran Doogan.
Gaoth Dobhair: Christopher Sweeney; Gary McFadden, Christopher McFadden, Neasan Mac Giolla Bhríde; Prionsias Gallagher, Niall Friel (0-1), Sean Doherty; Peter McGee (1-0), Micheál Carroll (1-2); James Boyle, Ethan Harkin (0-7, 4f), Naoise Ó Baoill (0-1); Eamonn Collum, Kevin Cassidy (1-0), Gavin McBride. Subs: Seaghan Ferry, Dan McBride, Conor McCafferty, James Carroll.Tags: