Fourteen man Clashmore survived a late scare from Brickey Rangers to pick up their second win of the county senior football championship at Fraher Field last night .
The final score was 1-16 to 3-7.
Sean Bourke’s goal put them eight points up but late strikes from Ryan O’Neill and Cormac O’Grady left only three between them at the finish.
Clashmore selector Paudie Connery said that they responded well to James O’Leary’s red card at the start of the second half.
Portlaw also made it two wins from three with a hard earned 1-8 to 1-7 victory over Ardmore. John Power netted a first half goal while Michael Donnelly kicked four points.
Selector John Hartley says that they have grown in confidence since defeating Ballinameela in the relegation play-off back in January.
The third round of the County Senior Football Championship continues tonight when Kilrossanty play Gaultier in Kill at 8pm