What is the old saying about waiting for a bus and two come along at once? Well Kildress are clear evidence of this as they made it two wins in a row following this hard fought victory over fellow strugglers Eglish. The Wolfe Tones dominated the first half with Frank Mc Gurk, Des Treacy and Matthew Heagney all on target to reach the break leading 0-7 to 0-2. Eglish’s case was not helped by being reduced to fourteen men midway through the half as they reached the short whistle five behind with their two scores coming from Peter Mc Cann and Gregory Jordan. Jordan managed to find the net three minutes into the second half to reduce the gap to a single point but Kildress showed all their guile and experience to stretch their lead with points from Des Treacy and Damien Kelly. Peter Mc Cann was almost single handedly keeping Eglish in it with his accuracy from frees. However as the game moved towards the last few minutes two late frees from Treacy again ensured Kildress went home with the spoils of victory. Eglish finished the game with thirteen players following a second dismissal while Kildress also had a player red carded in the second period.