Joint-leaders Truagh and Ballybay both won in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League on Saturday. Truagh had a comfortable win over Inniskeen and Ballybay got the better of Scotstown, leaving both defeated teams without a point. Magheracloone are third after their win away to Clontibret, a point ahead of Monaghan Harps, who drew with Latton. Castleblayney got their second win in a row at the expense of Doohamlet.
Currin are top of the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League thanks to their third successive victory against Rockcorry. Tyholland and Donaghmoyne drew, while Carrickmacross returned to winning ways in style away to Drumhowan. Seán McDermotts got off the mark with a win over neighbours Éire Óg on Friday. The ‘Game of the Week’ finished in a draw, 0-11 apiece, between Aughnamullen and Corduff on Sunday.
Cremartin have gone top of the Gerry’s Takeaway, Ballybay Junior Football League after they beat Emyvale, while Clones got their first win of the year in Aghabog. Toome beat Blackhill on Friday, with Killanny and Oram playing out a draw.
In the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division Three, there were wins for Killeevan and Oram over Rockcorry and Truagh, while Clontibret drew with Seán McDermotts. In Division Four, Castleblayney stayed top by defeating Aghabog, Toome edged past Blackhill and Monaghan Harps won the Monaghan-town derby against Fergal O’Hanlons.
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.
Clontibret and Castleblayney will once again contest the Silver Hill Foods Minor Hurling Championship Final after Monday’s semi-finals, where Clontibret eased past Emmet Grattans and Blayney got a walkover from Truagh.