Holy Trinity College, progressed to the Corn Colmcille Quarter Finals with a hard fought win over St Eunan’s Letterkenny, at Garvaghy on Wednesday. With comprehensive victories over OLASP Knock and Ballygawley in the previous group games, they got a much tougher test against the Donegal boys. It was Letterkenny who started the brighter, getting the opening two scores of the game, before a goal from Shane Murphy opened the Holy Trinity account. Letterkenny had much the better of the first half and led 1-4 to 1-2 at the break. It was a different Holy Trinity in the second half and the introduction of substitute Conor Devlin helped change the complexion of the game. Holy Trinity began to dominate and goals from Dylan Bloomer and Pauric Lagan put them ahead, and a brilliant defensive performance from Kyran Robinson kept St Eunan’s at bay. The game was in the mix, until the last ten minutes when goals from, Dylan Bloomer, Pauric Lagan and Conor Devlin sealed a hard fought victory on a final scoreline of 6-5 to 2-4. Holy Trinity await their Quarter Final opponents from Group A, In a game that will be played on the week of 24th March.