The foreigners of Loch nEchach were killed, including the king, Breisi, by Domnall son of Muirchertach, grandson of Niall.
Óengus son of Donnchad son of Flann, king of Mide, dies.
Two fiery columns were seen a week before Samain, and they lit up the whole world.
The hostages of Connacht were taken by Congalach son of Mael Mithig.
Aimergin son of Cinaed, king of Uí Failge, dies.
Domnall son of Mael Muadh, king of the Luigne of Connacht, was killed by the son of Uathmurán son of Dobailén and the Corco Fir Trí.
A battle-rout was inflicted by Donnchad son of Cellach; king of Osraige, on the Laigin, in which fell Braen son of Mael Mórdha king of Laigin with many others, and Cellach son of Cinaed, king of Uí Cheinnselaigh.
A year of wonders, that is, in which the leaf fell from heaven and in which the céle Dé came overseas from the south to teach the Irish.
Blacaire grandson of Ímar, king of the Northmen, was killed by cunning with many people, i.e. a thousand, by Congalach son of Mael Mithig.
Ainmire grandson of Catlán of the Uí Meic Uais of Mide, superior of Ciuain moccu Nóis, rested.
Gormfhlaith, daughter of Flann son of Mael Sechnaill, died after lengthy repentance.
A raid was made by the foreigners over Druim Raithe, and they burned the church with one hundred and fifty in it.
Flaithbertach son of Muirchertach son of Niall, heir designate of Temair, as killed by the Cénel Conaill.
Domnall son of Finn, heir designate of Laigin, dies.
Fogartach son of Donnacán, king of Airgialla, dies.
Óenacán son of Ecertach, superior of the small church, who was brother to the great-grandfather of Conn na mBocht, bishop of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested.