LETTERKENNY INSTITUTE of Technology booked a place in the League semi-finals and will have home advantage after a super away win over GMIT.
Letterkenny Institute of Technology 2-16 GMIT 0-5
LyIT won the top-of-the-tanle clash by 17 points to power into the semis.
Naomh Conaill woman Daniel McDevitt netted to put the visitors 1-3 ahead after four minutes.
The scores continued to flow throughout the half giving LyIT a commanding 1-10 to 0-1 lead at half time.
The first half laid the foundations and, while the hosts hit a purple patch early in the second half, Swinford native Grainne O’Neill rattled the net a second time for LyIT. O’Neill polished off a move that stemmed from Aoife McColgan’s kick-out and the Port Road students were firmly on their way.
Letterkenny of Technology: Aoife Mc Colgan (Malin); Aisleen Nee (St. Eunans), Hannah Shiels (Gaeil Fhánada) Gaels, Shauna McFadden (St. Eunans), Sarah Doherty (Naomh Muire), Nicole Gordon (Moville), Katie Long (Glenfin); Kathy Ward (Glenfin, 0-1), Clodagh Brennan (St. Eunans); Aishleen McGuinness (0-2, Moville), Emma McMahon (0-5, Cuigaels Clare), Julie Trearty (0-2, Downings); Danielle McDevitt (1-1, Naomh Conaill), Lauren Cregan (Carndonagh), Grainne O’Neill (1-5, Swinford Killasser). Subs: Nadine Friel (Glenswilly), Michelle Renaghan (Manor Kilbride Wicklow), Clara Bradley (Sean MacCumhaills), Aoife McKelvey (Convoy), Rosa Kelly (Ardara), Marie Kelly (St. Faithleachs, Roscommon), Cora Varley (Clonbur, Galway), Grainne Tibby (O’Neills Shamrocks, Monaghan), Taylor Doherty (Milford).
Management Team: Dominic McGlinchey (Robert Emmets), Jordan O’Dowd (St. Eunans), Johnny McLaughlin (Robert Emmets).