Donnchad son of Domnall grandson of Mael Sechnaill, heir designate of Temair, was slain by Fergal Got son of Óengus.
The bell-tower of Sláine was burned by heathens with many people in it, i.e. including Conecán, lector of Sláine.
Matudán son of Aed, king of Ulaid, was slain by his own people.
The battle of Muine Brocán between foreigners and Irish in which Ruaidrí ua Canannán fell in the counterattack of the battle and in which many foreigners fell. Gothfrith fled, Congalach son of Mael Mithig was the victor.
Donnchad son of Domnall, one of two kings of Mide, dies.
A raid by Congalach son of Mael Mithig into Mumu and he plundered west Mumu and killed two sons of Cendétigh, i.e. Echtigern and Donnacán.
Ruarc grandson of Laegachán, king of the Fir Cúl of Tebtha, dies.
Aed son of Mael Ruanaid, heir designate of Temair, was slain by Domnall son of Donnchad.
Bécc son of Donn Cuan, king of Tebtha, dies.
Cendétigh son of Lorcán, king of Dál Cais, dies.
Gothfrith son of Sitriuc took Áth Cliath and plundered Cenannas and Domnach Pátraic and Ard Brecán and Tuilén and Dísert Ciaráin and Cell Scírebut God avenged it: he died in a short timein which three thousand men were taken with much gold and silver.
The freedom of Cluain Iraird was granted by Congalach son of Mael Mithig.
Flann grandson of Béccán, superior of Druim Cliab, dies.
Conchobor son of Domnall grandson of Mael Sechnaill dies.
Ferdomnach grandson of Maenach, abbot of Cluain moccu Nóis, rested, i.e. he died in Glenn dá Locha, i.e. he was of the Corco Moga.
Domnall Donn son of Donnchad, heir designate of Temair, dies, the father of Mael Sechnaill the great.
Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the men of Mumu with the foreigners of Luimnech.
Eithne wife of Congalach son of Mael Mithig, i.e. the daughter of Fergal over-king of Ireland, dies.
Mael Coluim son of Domnall, king of Alba, was killed by his own people.
Cellachán, king of Caisel, dies.
Aed son of Gairbíth, king of Cairbre Mór and Dartraige, was killed by his own people.
Célechair son of Robartach, of the Uí Meic Uais of Mide, successor of Finnian and Ciarán, rested.
Robartach, succcssor of Colum Cille, rested.
Niall grandson of Tolarc, Iord of Cuircne, dies; from him Carn Tolairc on the edge of Loch Ríbh is named.