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Round-up (July 23-29)

July 26th, 2011

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The Gormley uPVC Senior Football Championship began on Saturday, when champions Clontibret cruised past Inniskeen by 4-15 to 0-10 and Latton battled to a 0-12 to 0-9 win over Doohamlet. Truagh had a comfortable win over Magheracloone on Sunday, while the Clontibret double-header saw Ballybay and Scotstown get the better of Monaghan Harps and Castleblayney respectively. In the next round of the winners’ group, Scotstown will play the winners of the remaining first-round game between Ballybay and Truagh, while Clontibret will play Latton. In the back door, Monaghan Harps are up against Inniskeen and Magheracloone have been paired with Doohamlet (Castleblayney have a bye).

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Inniskeen and Castleblayney will contest the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling Championship Final once again after they won Thursday’s semi-finals. Holders Inniskeen cruised past Carrickmacross, while Castleblayney had a similarly comfortable win over Truagh. Monaghan Harps beat Clontibret in the shield final on Friday evening.

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Tyholland moved up two places in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League thanks to a four-point win at home to Aughnamullen on Wednesday.

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The leaders of the Gerry’s Takeaway Junior Football League, Cremartin, returned to winning ways in style at home to Toome on Wednesday, while Emyvale hit four goals to beat Blackhill and move up to second.


Clontibret won the Platinum Tanks Crawley Cup with a 3-3 to 1-6 victory over Scotstown in the final on Friday, while Castleblayney retained the O’Duffy Cup on Wednesday, beating Truagh by 2-6 to 1-5 in the decider.

Scotstown moved clear at the top of the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division One on Wednesday, when they beat Monaghan Harps by the narrowest of margins, while Ballybay had a big win over Corduff in Division Two

In Division Three last Friday, Killeevan had a narrow win over Oram, while there was a draw between the bottom two, Clones and Truagh.

Aghabog and Toome beat Killanny and Éire Óg respectively in Division Four, while Emyvale got their first point of the season via a draw against leaders Blackhill.

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Scotstown and Aughnamullen will contest the McQuillan Staircases Under-21 Football League Division One Final after Monday’s round of games, where Scotstown hammered Donaghmoyne and Aughnamullen beat Monaghan Harps. Latton lifted the Division Two title after a 1-14 to 0-10 win over Killanny in the final, while a late goal by Hugh Byrne saw Blackhill defeat Oram by 1-13 to 0-13 in the Division Three decider.


Clontibret and Castleblayney are still the joint leaders of the GRM Minor Football League Division One after round 11 was played on Tuesday. Castleblayney edged out St. Pat’s thanks to a late goal, while Clontibret got a walkover from Emyvale. Carrickmacross won away to Truagh to draw level with them in third place and Scotstown got the better of Monaghan Harps.

Rock Sarsfields lost to Killanny in Division Two, allowing Na Fianna (who got a bye after Cúchulains withdrew) to draw level with them at the top of the table, while Latton beat Seán McDermotts in the other game.

Clones are still three points clear at the top of Division Three after Inniskeen conceded the points, while second-placed Donaghmoyne cruised past Aughnamullen and Corduff were held to a draw by Blackhill.

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