We want the league title - that's the cry from St. Eunan's as they went to the top of the All County League Division One table today following a narrow win over Kilcar at O'Donnell Park.
It finished, St. Eunan's 1-10, Kilcar 1-8.
The sides went into the game level on points, but Kilcar had two games in hand.
This was Kilcar's first defeat in ten league games this season, having won seven and drawn two previously.
St. Eunan's started in whirlwind fashion and notched up five points without reply within the first 12 minutes.
By half-time the Cathedral Town side led by 1-6 to 0-2 witn Conor Parke getting the goal at the end of a memorable flowing move.
But Corman Cannon got a goal early in the second half for Kilcar to narrow the gap as they trailed 1-6 to 1-2.
Kilcar then reduced it to a two point game before Eunan's got their first score of the second half on 41 minutes through Conor Gibbons.
However, Kilcar kept plugging away and a Brian O'Donnell point on 52 minutes left them just one adrift, 1-8 to 1-7.
But Sean McVeigh pointed to restore the two point advantage for the home side.
Aodhán McGinley clawed Kilcar back to within a point late on but St. Eunan's held on in the end with Conor Morrison getting their final score to give them a two point win.
St. Eunan's now stand on 18 points - two ahead of Kilcar.
The two games in hand will now have a big bearing on who wins the league.
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