The besieging of Derc Ferna and its taking in which one thousand men die.
The foreigners who were on Loch Oirbsen were slaughtered by the Connachta.
The foreigners of Luimnech went into Mag Raighne.
Torolb went on Loch nEchach.
Nuadu, bishop of Glenn dá Locha, rested.
The foreigners of Luimnech went on Loch Ríbh.
Tipraide son of Ainnsine, of the Uí Briúin, superior of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.
The crozier of Ciarán was drowned in Loch Teched, and twelve men with it, and it was recovered without delay.
Crundmael, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.
Cernachán, son of Tigernán, king of Bréifne, dies.
Flann son of Mael Sinna, king of Brega, was killed by the Uí Echach.
Loingsech grandson of Lethlabur, king of Dál Araide, dies.
Colla grandson of Bairid, king of Luimnech, dies.
A route was inflicted by Fergal son of Domnall and by the son of Uathmarán on Muirchertach son of Niall in which fell Mael Garb son of Gairbíth, king of Derlas, and Conmal son of Bruatturán and others.
A rout was inflicted by Daaigh son of Niall with the foreigners of Loch nEchach on the province of Ireland, in which twelve hundred or more were killed.
The foreigners went on Loch Érne and devastated many peoples and churches as far as Loch Gamna.
Ard Macha was plundered by Gotfrith's son from Loch Cuan.
Matudán son of Aed with the province of Ireland and Amlaíb son of Gothfrith with the foreigners went and plundered as far as Sliabh Betha, and Muirchertach son of Niall overtook them and they left twelve hundred dead and their plunder.
Cuilén son of Ugrán, king of Osraige, dies.
Bard Bone, chief poet of Ireland, was killed by the Uí Cormaic of the Uí Echach.
The foreigners of Luimnech raided Connacht as far north as Magh Luirg and as far east as Badhgna.
Gothfrith, king of the foreigners, died of a most painful disease.