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Jamie Brennan, Donegal, and Gerard Collins, Down, in Bank of Ireland McKenna Cup action at Pairc Esler, Newry.
Jamie Brennan, Donegal, and Gerard Collins, Down, in Bank of Ireland McKenna Cup action at Pairc Esler, Newry.

Sunday's Dr McKenna Cup round-up


Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup

CAVAN 0-17 QUEENS UNIVERSITY 0-3

DONEGAL 1-17 DOWN 0-10

MONAGHAN 1-4 ST MARY'S 0-17

ARMAGH 2-21 ANTRIM 1-10

DERRY 3-9 FERMANAGH 2-8

TYRONE 2-14 UNIVERSITY ULSTER 1-9

Donegal chalked up a convincing win over Down at Pairc Esler.

Martin O'Reilly, Jamie Brennan, and Martin McElhinney were all prominent as Declan Bonner's men led 0-9 to 0-3 at half-time.

Caolan McGonagle supplied the insurance goal in the 62nd minute as Donegal claimed the spoils.

Jamie Clarke marked his return to the inter-county game with a penalty for Armagh, who cruised to victory over Antrim.

Ryan McShane also struck a goal for Kieran McGeeney's team, who were always firmly in command.

Substitute Ben McCarron blasted a hat-trick for Derry, who led by 1-7 to 1-4 at the break against Fermanagh.

Ryan Lyons and Darragh McGurn (penalty) scored goals for Fermanagh, who couldn't stop McCarron.

Declan McClure and Peter Harte contributed goals for Tyrone, who proved too strong for University Ulster.

A gritty St Mary's finished smartly reeling off three points in the closing stages to draw against Monaghan at Clones.

Barry McGinn's goal had Monaghan three points clear, but the students responded late on.

Debutant Conor Rehill starred for Cavan, who enjoyed another productive outing beating Queens, under new manager Mickey Graham.

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