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Round-up (April 26-May 2)

April 30th, 2011

Ballybay are now out on their own at the top of the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League after they continued their unbeaten start to the season with a five-point win over Castleblayney on Friday. Magheracloone are up to second after they beat Monaghan Harps, while Truagh have slipped to third after they fell to their first defeat of the campaign away to Clontibret. Latton edged out Doohamlet for their opening win.

Currin continue to set the pace in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League after they hammered Drumhowan for their fourth successive win. Corduff are next in the table, thanks to their six point win in Donaghmoyne – followed by Rockcorry, who saw off Éire Óg. Seán McDermotts caused a bit of a shock by getting their second win in a week at the expense of Tyholland, whose mixed start continues. Thursday’s match saw Carrickmacross take a narrow win at home to Aughnamullen.

Currin stayed top by drawing with Corduff on Sunday, while Drumhowan edged past Seán McDermotts.

In the Gerry’s Takeaway, Ballybay Junior Football League, Emyvale got off the mark with a comfortable win over Aghabog, while Clones and Oram played out a draw.

Clontibret eased past Castleblayney on Wednesday to overtake them at the top of the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division One. Monaghan Harps and Cremartin defeated Latton and Magheracloone respectively, while there was a draw between neighbours Scotstown and Truagh.

In Division Two of the RFL, there were away wins for table-toppers Tyholland, Donaghmoyne and Ballybay against Inniskeen, Drumhowan and Carrickmacross respectively, while Corduff conceded to Doohamlet. The sole Division Four game saw Killanny beat Emyvale.

Clontibret are still top of the GRM Minor Football League Division One after they beat Truagh on Tuesday. Castleblayney’s win over Carrickmacross consolidated second place, while Monaghan Harps and Scotstown had victories over Emyvale and St. Pat’s respectively.

In the MFL Division Two, Seán McDermotts cruised past Cúchulainns, Latton got the better of Magheracloone and Na Fianna saw off Killanny. Corduff, Cremartin and Donaghmoyne had high-scoring wins in Division Three at the expense of Blackhill, Inniskeen and Fergal O’Hanlons respectively, while Clones got a walkover from Aughnamullen.

On the county front, the senior hurlers started their Nicky Rackard Cup campaign with a win over Fingal, while the senior footballers beat Meath in a challenge match.

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