Coscrach son of Aingid, successor of Flannán and Brénainn, rested.
Mael Muire ua Uchtán, successor of Colum Cille, rested.
Donnchad son of Critan, overking of Alba, was killed at an unripe age by his own people.
Glenn Uisenn was plundered by the son of Mael na mbó and the oak house was broken down and a hundred people killed there and seven hundred cows taken from it, that is, in revenge for Ferna being plundered by the son of Brian.
Mael Brigte, bishop of Cell Dara, rested.
Loingsech ua Flaithnéin of the Cuircne, successor of Ciarán and Crónán, rested.
Murchad son of Dúnlang, king of Laigen, and Donnchad son of Aed, king of Uí Bairrche, fell by Gilla Pátraic son of Donnchad, king of Osraige, and Mac Raith ua Donnchada, king of Eoganacht, when they were taking a prey in Laigin.
Flaithbertach, bishop of Dún Lethglaise, dies.
Domnall ua Fergaile, king of the Fortuatha of Laigin, was killed by the son of Tuathal.
The community of Ciarán fasted in Tulach Garba against Aed ua Confhiacla sub-king of Tebtha and the Bernán of Ciarán was rung against him with the foot of the staff of Jesus in it. Now the place in which he turned his back on the clerics, in that place his head was taken from him within a month by the men of Mide.
Mael Mochta, bishop of Lugbad, rested.
Cluain moccu Nóis was plundered by the Conmaicne, and God and Ciarán took vengeance of them therefor i.e. an unidentified pestilence, so that most of their people and stock were killed.