Carrickmacross are still two points clear at the top of the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League after they had a ten-point win at home to Seán McDermotts on Wednesday. Corduff are still second after an away win against Éire Óg, while Rockcorry repeated their championship victory over Drumhowan.
Junior Football League leaders Cremartin fell to a three-point defeat at home to Cremartin on Wednesday. Elsewhere, there were draws between Oram and Aghabog and the bottom two – Killanny and Blackhill – while Toome are joint second after they beat Killeevan.
Defending champions Clontibret had to work hard to sneak past St. Pat’s by a single point in the first round of the Maguire Transport Minor Football Championship Division One on Tuesday. Truagh had the same winning margin against Carrickmacross, while Castleblayney produced a powerful second-half performance to turn a three-point deficit into an eight-point victory away to Monaghan Harps. Scotstown were far too strong for Emyvale in the other quarter-final.
Rock Sarsfields and Latton beat Seán McDermotts and Na Fianna respectively in the MFC Division Two, while Aughnamullen and Cremartin advanced in Division Three at the expense of Inniskeen and Corduff respectively.
Tyholland kept their hopes in the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship alive when they beat Seán McDermotts by 3-15 to 2-13 after extra-time on Saturday, with Paul Askin scoring 1-9 for the winners, while Rockcorry had a double-scores win over Drumhowan on Sunday. The game between Aughnamullen and Currin was postponed due to a bereavement.
The semi-final line-up for the Universal Graphics Junior Football Championship is complete after Aghabog and Clones booked their places alongside Cremartin and Emyvale. Three first-half goals set Aghabog up for a 3-6 to 1-8 win over Toome, while Clones were dominant from start to finish in seeing off Blackhill.
Ballybay maintained their three-point lead at the top of the table when they came from eight points down to edge past Scotstown on Saturday, while Magheracloone and Latton share second place. Magheracloone completed a league double over Clontibret, while Latton battled through a low-scoring game at home to Monaghan Harps to make it ten games without defeat. Meanwhile, Truagh returned to winning ways away to Inniskeen.
The only scheduled game in the McQuillan Staircases Under-21 Football League Division One on Monday didn’t go ahead, as Scotstown got a walkover from Monaghan Harps. Killanny edged out Emyvale in Division Two.