Then Cináed was King of Ireland for four years after that. It was to him, when he was in his mother's womb, that Adamnán promised that he would take the kingship of Ireland. This Cináed's reign was prosperous. He raided Leinster the first year and defeated Dúnchad son of Murchad, and many noblemen were killed in this war.
723 Indrechtach son of Muiredach, king of Connacht, dies.
?724 There was a battle between Dúnchad son of Murchad and Laidcnén, king of Uí Ceinnselaig, and Laidcnén was defeated in the battle.
724 Kl. The battle of Cenn Delgthen, in which Fogartach grandson of Cernach fell. Cináed son of Írgalach was the winner. Ruman sang of that:
It was after Fogartach was killed that Cináed took the kingship, according to some.
- The battle of Cenn Delgthen was won
by a valorous king;
company overwhelmed company:
the ... battle of red-faced Domnall(?).
724 Cuindles, abbot of Cluain Moccu Nóis, died.
724 Fáelchú, abbot of Í, died.
725 Kl. Colmán Uamach, a learned man of Ard Macha, died.
725 Colmán Banbáin, a learned man of Cell Dara, died.
The son of Ailerán of Cell Ruaid died.
726 Kl. Cilléne Fota, abbot of Í, died.
726 Dochonna the pious, bishop of Condere, rested.
726 The slaying of Crimthann son of Cellach son of Gerthide, king of the Laigin, in the battle of Belach Lice.
726 The slaying of Ailill son of Bodbchad of Mide.
A battle between Etarscél, king of Brí Cualann, and Fáelán, king of the Laigin, in which Etarscél, king of Brí Cualann, was defeated.
728 In this year Cináed Cáech 'the one-eyed' son of Írgalach was killed, and none of his descendants took the kingship of Ireland. Flaithbertach son of Loingsech killed him.
728 Beginning of the reign of Flaithbertach.
?729 Kl. In this year Oengus, king of Foirtriu, defeated Drust, king of Alba, in three battles.
727 The battle of Druim Fornocht between Cenél Conaill and Cenél Eógain, in which Flann son of Írthuili and Snédgus Derg úa Brachaide fell.
727 The relics of Adamnán are brought over to Ireland, and his law is renewed.
727 The death of Murchad son of Bran, king of the Laigin.