A local derby, and a mighty tussle as Piltown came out the right side of a 7 goal thriller.
It was perfect conditions for a match in Kildalton Park and Piltown got off to a flyer with an early goal via a penalty.
Mooncoin got a foothold in midfield and with a through ball Shane Purcell was on hand to slot in from a tight angle.
From a Mooncoin corner, Conor Walsh slotted home from close range and not 2 minutes later Conor Walsh was on hand again to grab a second and the teams third.
Piltown now piled on the pressure, there were some fine saves from Eoin Tobin in goal. Then just before half time Piltown made it 3-2.
The 2nd half was much tighter with some fine passing from both sides. Then close to the end from a corner Piltown scored and a few minutes later they scored from an unstoppable long range shot.
There was a final chance for Mooncoin in the last minute but there was a fine save and the match finished 4-3 to Piltown.
The lads have improved mightly from the first match and it can only be upwards from here.