When things come together everything gels and you great performances like tonight. Right from the get go things went well and James Lavin scored in the opening minute.
In the first half we had six different scorers as we rattled up 1-16 with six points from Louis Cummins, five points from Darren Campbell, three from Colin Dempsey, one from James Lavin and Mark McNicholas and a rare goal from Kevin Barry.
The only poor moment was the second minute of injury time when Ballycroy got in for a goal. The half time score was Swinford 1-16 Ballycroy 1-3
Ballycroy may have opened the scoring in the second half but Swinford kept up the scoring and Darren Campbell added another five points, Joshua Smith got three points and Colin Dempsey and Louis Cummins added another one each.
The game ended with a point for Ballycroy to finish Swinford 1-26 Ballycroy 1-9.
This win puts Swinford on six points in Division 1E with three games left Claremorris (A), Ardnaree (H) and Aghamore (A) All three teams are in close proximity to us and a few more wins will be crucial.
Swinford: Aaron Kinsella, Aiden McLoughlin, Alan McLoughlin, Stephen Kenny, James Lavin, Mark McNicholas, Sean Prendergast, Gerry Callaghan, Ryan Convey, Kevin Barry, Colin Dempsey, Joshua Smith, Conor Conway, Louis Cummins, Darren Campbell Subs: Anto Friel, Conor McLoughlin, Jonathan Moore
Scorers: Darren Campbell 0-10, Louis Cummins, 0-7, Colin Dempsey 0-4, Kevin Barry 1-0, Joshua Smith 0-3, James Lavin, Mark McNicholas 0-1