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Round-up (May 10-15)

May 16th, 2011

Castleblayney lead the way after Thursday night’s second round of the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling League. Blayney were much too strong for Monaghan Harps, while Inniskeen cruised past Clontibret and Truagh edged a high-scoring game against Carrickmacross.

Clontibret and Castleblayney remain level at the top of the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division One after they had comfortable wins over Latton and Magheracloone respectively at the weekend. Third-placed Scotstown took the points from Monaghan Harps, while Truagh beat Cremartin.

Doohamlet and Tyholland are joint-leaders of the RFL Division Two after their wins against Ballybay and Corduff respectively, while Drumhowan beat Inniskeen and Carrickmacross drew in Donaghmoyne.

In Division Three, Wednesday brought wins for Aughnamullen, Rockcorry and Scotstown at home to Oram, Truagh and Killeevan, while Emyvale got a walkover from Clones. On Sunday, the top two – Emyvale and Aughnamullen – had away wins in Oram and Clones respectively.

There is now a four-way tie at the top of Division Four after the latest games. On Wednesday, Castleblayney, Aghabog, Blackhill and Monaghan Harps had victories over Éire Óg, Fergal O’Hanlons, Killanny and Currin. Toome eased past Truagh on Friday, while Sunday’s games saw Aghabog, Blackhill and Currin defeat Toome, Fergal O’Hanlons and Éire Óg respectively.


Clontibret lead the GRM Minor Football League Division One at the halfway stage after they edged a thriller against Castleblayney on Friday. Clontibret had been beaten by Carrickmacross on Tuesday, while Castleblayney got the better of Monaghan Harps and Emyvale got off the mark with a six-point win over St. Pat’s.

In Division Two, there were wins for Rock Sarsfields, Killanny and Na Fianna at the expense of Latton, Magheracloone and Seán McDermotts respectively. In Division Three, Cremartin and Blackhill had comprehensive victories over Aughnamullen and Inniskeen, while Corduff squeezed past Donaghmoyne.

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