THE draw for round three of the 2021 Donegal senior football championship has been made this evening.
Aodh Ruadh will have to travel to old foes St Eunan’s next weekend.
Aodh Ruadh were nine points down on Sunday against Naomh Conaill, but the Ballyshannon men – the 2020 Intermediate champions – hit back to earn an impressive draw.
Now, they’ve handed an away trip to St Eunan’s.
On Saturday, late, late goals by Eoin McGeehin and Darragh Mulgrew gave St Eunan’s a 2-11 to 0-8 win over Termon in a derby that was much closer than the final nine-point margin suggested.
Ryan McHugh scored the 47th minute goal that saw Kilcar coast to a 1-17 to 0-3 win over Four Masters in Towney and John McNulty’s men have been given an away game at Ardara next.
Gaoth Dobhair powered past St Michael’s in the second half of their clash on Saturday, the 2019 Ulster champions winning 2-17 to 1-8.
Gaoth Dobhair will host Glenfin next weekend. Karl McGlynn netted the early goal for Glenfin as they squeezed to a 1-9 to 0-11 win over St Naul’s at Pairc Taobhóige.
Glenswilly picked up their second Championship win of the term as Kealan Dunleavy and Caoimhin Marley scored late points to see off Sean MacCumhaills 1-10 to 0-11 at Pairc Naomh Columba today – and they now face St Naul’s away from home.
A last-gasp goal from Kane Barrett gave Milford a valuable win over Ardara at Moyle View on Saturday and SP Barrett’s team will now go to Killybegs.
Four Masters, Termon, Sean MacCumhaills and Killybegs have lost both of their opening fixtures.
Round 3 draw
Ardara v Kilcar
Sean MacCumhaills v Bundoran
Naomh Conaill v Termon
St Naul’s v Glenswilly
Gaoth Dobhair v Glenfin
Killybegs v Milford
St Eunan’s v Aodh Ruadh
Four Masters v St Michael’s