Ballybay stayed top of the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League with a surprisingly easy win over Magheracloone on Friday. Clontibret beat neighbours Doohamlet to overtake Magheracloone in second place, while Latton stretched their unbeaten run to seven games with a comfortable win over Inniskeen. Castleblayney and Scotstown moved clear of the relegation zone with victories over Monaghan Harps and Truagh respectively.
The top-of-the-table clash in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League was also surprisingly one-sided as Carrickmacross eased to victory against Corduff, while the other four games were all evenly-matched with two points or less separating the teams. Currin battled past Tyholland to move up to second, while Donaghmoyne squeezed out Drumhowan to take fourth, Seán McDermotts edged a high-scoring game against Rockcorry to move up to mid-table and Aughnamullen beat Éire Óg to lift themselves out of the bottom two.
The McQuillan Staircases Under-21 Football League Division One got underway on Monday with wins for Scotstown and Castleblayney at the expense of Aughnamullen and Castleblayney respectively, while Donaghmoyne got a walkover from Truagh.
The top four teams in the GRM Minor Football League Division One are separated by just three points after round eight, which was played on Tuesday. Castleblayney and Truagh are the joint-leaders after Blayney eased past Emyvale and Truagh got a walkover from St. Pat’s, while Monaghan Harps edged out Clontibret and Scotstown got the better of Carrickmacross.
Rock Sarsfields are top of the MFL Division Two after Cúchulains conceded their game, while second-placed Magheracloone beat Seán McDermotts and Killanny defeated Latton.
Division Three table-toppers Clones got the points from Cremartin, while Donaghmoyne had six points to spare at home to Blackhill.
Inniskeen got their first point of the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League at the eighth attempt when they played out a low-scoring draw at home to Castleblayney on Wednesday.
Scotstown beat Latton on Wednesday to move joint-top of the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division One alongside Clontibret, who were held to a draw by Truagh, while Monaghan Harps moved off the bottom with a win over Magheracloone.
Carrickmacross are up to third in the RFL Division Two thanks to their narrow win away to leaders Tyholland, while there were also one-point victories for Corduff and Drumhowan at the expense of Ballybay and Doohamlet respectively.