Bagenalstown Gaels beat neighbours Mount Leinster Rangers in the Carlow Senior Football Championship on Sunday.
It was an extremely low scoring game with the scoreline finishing up 0-05 to 0-04.
It was in the second round of the Carlow Senior Football Championship with the game played at Netwatch Cullen Park.
Bagnelstown manager Hamish Beaton put the low scoring down to tough windy conditions
“As can be seen, there was no score in it in the first half and there was one point kicked against it in the second half,” said Hamish.
“Maybe that’s a sign on both sets of forwards, but hopefully the wind had a part to play in it”.
“I have to say that I was delighted with the effort that our lads put in, it’s always nice to start with a win and considering it’s a five-man (team) group, and there are a lot of permutations regarding who’s going down, we were delighted with the win and next week now we’ve Old Leighlin”.
In the other game on Sunday, Rathvilly made it two from two when they beat old Leighlin 1-17 to 1-05.