Kalends of Jan. on 4th feria, 20th of the moon, A.D. 1388.
Domnall Ua Concobuir went on the Plain of Connacht and Ard-in-caillin and the Islands of Loch-Caircin
p.21were burned by him. And Domnall junior, son of Mac Domnaill, was killed on that expedition.
The sons of Ua Cuirnin, namely, Sigraidh and Cairpri and Gilla-Padraig, sons of Adam Ua Cuirnin, were killed by the Foreigners of the County of Ossory. Great loss to learning was that death of Sigraidh.
Treacherous forays were made by Ua Concobuir the Red and by Mac Diarmata on Ua Concobair the Brown. Mac Donnchaidh of Tir-Oilella went for that reason, with a large host, to meet Ua Concobuir the Brown to Magh-Luirg and Magh-Luirg was burned, both houses and corn, by them on that expedition. Cormac Mac Donnchaidh was slain by Mac Diarmata and by the sons of Aedh son of Feidhlimidh Ua Conchobuir: namely, the one son of a king who was best of hospitality and prowess that was in his time.
Muircertach the Lame, son of Domnall, son of Muircertach Ua Concobuir, went into the stronghold of Mac Donnchaidh to attack the stronghold of Ua Domnaill at the Monastery of Es-ruadh. Many persons were slain by them, including the sons of Ua Baighill with their kinsmen. Mac Suibne and his son were taken prisoners there on that expedition.