Donegal suffered their second defeat of this seasons Dr. Kenna Cup on Sunday losing 3-16 to 1-5 to Monaghan in Ballybofey. As expected Jim Mc Guinness fielded an experimental side with the focus on having a look at the younger players coming through the ranks.
It took Donegal 28 minutes to register a score, with Adrian Hanlon bagging a goal. Monaghan were 0-07 to 1-01 ahead at the break and a Keith McEnaney goal within a minute of the resumption put more daylight between the sides. Further goals from Dermot Malone and Darren Hughes rounded off the rout.
Jim Mc Guinness says there are positives from the defeats…