Broadford took an early two-point lead thanks to a point from play from Donie Whelan and a free from Cathal Chaplin. From then on Feakle were unable to reverse their fortunes.
Further points were added to Broadford’s tally with just two in response from Feakle then Darren Chaplin scored the first of 4 goals for Broadford 11 minutes in to the game after Padraig Taylor won the ball mid-field and briefly ran with it to clear Feakle's attempts to obstruct his path before passing to Chaplin who charged towards the square before narrowly sending the ball over the goal line off the bottom of the left post.
After the game ebbed and flowed for the next 15 minutes with further points added for both sides, the second goal came from Donie Whelan in the 26th minute after Diarmuid Moloney chipped a sideline ball over the square from 20-metres out for Whelan to catch and methodically slam in to the back of the net. Whelan repeated again for in the 29th minute after receiving the ball, this time from Cathal Chaplin. First half score 3-11 to 0-09.
Feakle came back fired up in the second half taking the first point with just one in response from Broadford. Feakle then followed on with four successive points coming from play, a 65 and two frees but once Broadford picked up their pace again the win was assured and a goal from Shane Taylor in the dying minutes of the game sealed the final victory. 4-18 to 0-17.
The match saw a number of fine grab and dash sprints down and across the field from Stiofain McMahon who was closely marked throughout the match by Feakle's number 6, Con Smith, who kept equally close to McMahon's heals in flight. Padraig Hickey also made a fine showing as Broadford's substitute goalie on this occasion.