Kalends of Jan. on 7th feria, 13th of the moon, A.D. 1211.
The Foreigners came to Narrow-Water, until Aedh Ua Neill assembled Cenel-Conaill and Cenel- Eogain and the Airghialla, so that they the Foreigners were killed by him.
(Toirrdhealbach, son of Ruaidhri Ua Conchubhair, made a foray into Magh-Luirg, until he brought the spoil with him into the Seghas to Diarmod, his kinsman. And Aodh, son of Cathal, followed him, until Toirrdhealbach went into the North, fleeing before him.
The hostages of Connacht came back to Ireland: namely, Diarmaid, son of Conchubhar Mac Diarmata, Conchubhar Ua Eaghra and Finn Ua Carmacan and Toibeard, son of a Foreign-Gaidhel.
Aireachtach Mac Donnchaidh was slain.)