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Round-up (April 17-20)

April 21st, 2011

Ballybay and Truagh continue to set the pace in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League after they played out a draw on Sunday. Magheracloone are just a point behind after their comprehensive away win over neighbours Inniskeen in the ‘Game of the Week’. Clontibret started their campaign with a one-point win over Latton, while Monaghan Harps were too strong for Doohamlet. Castleblayney got off the mark with a narrow win away to Scotstown on Saturday.

The SFL continued on Wednesday evening when Monaghan Harps got the better of Clontibret and Doohamlet got off the mark by overturning January’s IFL Final defeat at the hands of Inniskeen on a scoreline of 1-16 to 2-8.

In the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League, Corduff and Currin both have 100% records. Newly-promoted Corduff continued their promising start with a good win over Tyholland on Sunday, while Currin edged a low-scoring game at home to Seán McDermotts on Saturday. They are joined at the top of the IFL table by Rockcorry, who had a great double-scores victory in Carrickmacross on Sunday. In Saturday’s other games, Drumhowan and Aughnamullen played out a draw, while Donaghmoyne eased past Éire Óg.

In the Gerry’s Takeaway, Ballybay Junior Football League, Oram had a six-point win over Aghabog on Friday, with Killeevan and Toome finishing all-square on Saturday. Sunday’s games saw Cremartin get the better of Clones and Killanny squeeze past Blackhill.

Clontibret moved clear at the top of the GRM Minor Football League Division One with an eight-point win over Emyvale on Tuesday. Castleblayney and Truagh now share second place after wins away to St. Pat’s and Carrickmacross respectively, while Monaghan Harps got their first win with a seven-point success against Scotstown.

In Division Two, Latton beat Seán McDermotts, while Na Fianna had a comprehensive victory over fellow amalgamated side Cúchullains. Donaghmoyne, Corduff and Cremartin all ran up big scores in their victories in Division Three.

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