MS F （UCD Franciscan MS A 17, folio 129 v. saec. xvii）
5711] Ro feradh an cath co ferrda annsin iaram, ⁊ atrochratar 5712] sochaide re h-edh n-athgairit annsidhe. Thus then the battle was fought with manfulness (=manfully), and multitudes fell (=died) in a short space of time there.
5717] Is edh do roine iaromh, ro coirigh co obann a cathai 5718] coisidhe ina stuaigh bodhbha i timcill a marcsluagh ocus a mergedh 5719] ⁊ lochta in tosaigh, conach soiti asa n-inadhaib iat. Then he did this: he with suddenness (=suddenly) arranged his battalion of footsoldiers as a warlike arch around his cavalry, standards, and people in the van (=vanguard) so that not they would turn from their place.