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Preview by Colm Shalvey

December 16th, 2010 | Headline, Monaghan Club Games, News

Streamline Coaches Intermediate Football League Final Doohamlet v Inniskeen, Sunday, 2.00, Drumhowan   Doohamlet and Inniskeen clash in the long-delayed IFL Final on Sunday. The game was originally to have been played back on November 21, but Doohamlet’s involvement in the Ulster IFC Final and the postponement of that game on two weekends in a […]

Camoige news

December 14th, 2010 | Camogie, News

December 14th ‘10 Shauna Finnegan named”Camogie Player of the Year”   Shauna Finnegan from the Clontibret Camogie Club was aptly named “ Camogie Player of the Year” at the G.A.A. Convention in the Hillgrove Hotel on Thursday last. Shauna aged 20, a hair stylist in Monaghan town has played camogie with her club Clontibret from […]

AIB Ulster Club Junior Football Championship Final

December 13th, 2010 | Corduff, Headline, News

AIB Ulster Club Junior Football Championship Final Corduff 2-7 Swanlinbar 0-8                              12/12/10   Corduff became the third successive Monaghan club to win the Ulster JFC when they beat highly-rated Cavan champions Swanlinbar at Kingspan Breffni Park, Cavan on Sunday. Goals in either half from Shane Malone and Pádraic Keenan proved crucial for Corduff, who had […]

Round up by Colm Shalvey

December 13th, 2010 | Headline, News

There were mixed fortunes for Monaghan teams in Ulster club action over the weekend. Corduff ensured that the Ulster Club JFC title will spend the winter in Monaghan for the third year in a row thanks to their five-point win over Swanlinbar from Cavan on Sunday, but Doohamlet’s Ulster IFC bid fell short when they […]

AIB Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship Final

December 13th, 2010 | Headline, News

AIB Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship Final Lisnaskea 0-13 Doohamlet 1-7 Doohamlet’s bid for an Ulster Club IFC title fell just short when they lost out to a strong Lisnaskea side at Kingspan Breffni Park in Cavan on Saturday. Doohamlet went into the game unbeaten in nine championship games this year and they looked like […]

Round Up

November 15th, 2010 | Headline, News, Round up

Well done to Doohamlet and Corduff, who both qualified for Ulster club championship finals on Sunday. Doohamlet surprised many by the margin of their 10-point win over Tyrone champions Derrylaughan in the Ulster Club IFC semi-finals. Doohamlet dominated the first half, as goals by Shane McManus and Niall Jim Connolly led them to a 2-7 […]

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October 20th, 2010 | Headline, News

Another busy weekend lies ahead, with Inniskeen’s hurlers and the ladies footballers of Donaghmoyne and Truagh representing Monaghan in Ulster finals, while Corduff play their Ulster Club JFC replay. Closer to home, the Junior Football League Final takes centre stage on Sunday and there are also full rounds of games in the Senior and Intermediate […]

Previews

October 20th, 2010 | Headline, News

Another busy weekend lies ahead, with Inniskeen’s hurlers and the ladies footballers of Donaghmoyne and Truagh representing Monaghan in Ulster finals, while Corduff play their Ulster Club JFC replay. Closer to home, the Junior Football League Final takes centre stage on Sunday and there are also full rounds of games in the Senior and Intermediate […]

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October 1st, 2010 | Headline, News

Harte Peat Junior Football Championship Final Replay Corduff v Cremartin, Saturday, 2.00, Aughnamullen Corduff and Cremartin return to Aughnamullen for the replay of the Harte Peat Junior Football Championship Final after last week’s entertaining draw. Cremartin got off to a flying start with an early goal from Kevin Brennan and they led by 1-4 to […]

Foxhound Travel Reserve Football League Division 1 Monaghan Harps 0-8 Scotstown 2-8 22/5/10

May 24th, 2010 | Headline, Monaghan Club Games, News

  Goals from James Hamill and Mark McKenna gave table-toppers Scotstown a six-point win away to Monaghan Harps on Saturday evening. Colm McElwain, McKenna, Fintan Treanor and Mark Corrigan played big parts for Scotstown, while Bernie Murphy, Aodhán Óg McAnespie and Niall Hahessy led the Harps challenge. Peter O’Hara opened the scoring for Scotstown, but […]

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