Clonlara maintained a high work-rate to keep Broadford on the move with Jack O’Brien, Eoin Donnellan, Jack Kelleher and Matthew Troy covering every blade of grass at the Broadford end of the field and being regularly called on to drive play in the other direction. Points from play from Declan Teefy, Mark Moloney, Nial Moloney and points from play and frees from John Corcoran put Broadford four points ahead by 24 minutes (0-8 to 0-4) but a goal from Clonlara in the 25th minute closed the gap to just one point. Declan Teefy was unlucky not to score a goal from close range when the ball was deflected by the goalie to go wide with John Corcoran scoring from the resulting 65. The first half ended with Broadford ahead by one point 0-10 to
Declan Teefy scored the first point of the second half for Broadford but Clonlara responded with five points from frees, play and a 65 to go ahead by three points but also managed an equal number of wides. Both teams were unlucky not to score a goal each in the second-half with Broadford’s goalie Jack Dillion preventing what looked like an inevitable goal from fierce play in the mouth of the goal, twice deflecting the ball away from the net. The game ended with the final score 0-15 to 1-14 and a win for the visitors.