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Round-up (May 3-8)

May 9th, 2011

Ballybay continue to lead the way in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League after they had a comfortable win over Inniskeen on Sunday. Magheracloone are second after their win in Doohamlet, followed by Monaghan Harps, who got the better of Truagh on Friday. Clontibret beat Doohamlet on Friday, but they lost out on Sunday to Scotstown, who finally got off the mark. Sunday’s other game saw Latton edge out Castleblayney.

Corduff are top of the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League after Sunday’s win over Seán McDermotts, overtaking Currin, whose unbeaten start was ended by Carrickmacross. A last-gasp goal gave Tyholland a dramatic win at home to Rockcorry, while Aughnamullen and Éire Óg both got their first wins – at the expense of Donaghmoyne and Drumhowan respectively.

In the Gerry’s Takeaway, Ballybay Junior Football League, Cremartin are still the form team after their comfortable win in Blackhill in the ‘Game of the Week’. Elsewhere, Emyvale cruised past Oram and Killanny beat Clones.

Castleblayney’s win over Cremartin on Wednesday saw them draw level with Clontibret at the top of the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division One. Clontibret were held to a draw by Truagh, while there was also a share of the spoils between Magheracloone and Monaghan Harps. The other game saw Scotstown defeat Latton.

In Division Two of the RFL, there were wins for Carrickmacross, Doohamlet and Donaghmoyne against Tyholland, Drumhowan and Inniskeen respectively.


Monaghan Harps, Scotstown and Carrickmacross are in a three-way tie for third place in the GRM Minor Football League Division One after they had wins over Truagh, Emyvale and St. Pat’s on Tuesday.

In the MFL Division Two, Seán McDermotts had a double-scores win over Killanny, while Rock Emmets edged out Na Fianna.  Corduff, Cremartin and Clones had wins in Division Three at the expense of Aughnamullen, Inniskeen and Donaghmoyne respectively.

Clontibret are Minor Hurling champions once again after Sunday’s win over Castleblayney (see match report), while Truagh hammered Inniskeen in the Silver Hill Foods Reserve Hurling League on Thursday.

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