Monaghan’s senior ladies footballers retained the TG4 Ulster SFC title with a comprehensive 3-18 to 0-10 win over Tyrone in Sunday’s final in Clones, with Caoimhe Mohan (two) and Niamh Kindlon scoring the goals.
Carrickmacross will play Inniskeen in the semi-finals of the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling Championship after they beat Clontibret in the replay of their first-round game on Tuesday. The other semi sees Castleblayney play Truagh, with both games set for Thursday, July 28.
Ballybay moved three points clear at the top of the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League when they beat Truagh by two points on Saturday. Latton made it nine games unbeaten with an impressive win away to Clontibret, while Monaghan Harps won a high-scoring game at home to Doohamlet and Castleblayney eased past an understrength Scotstown, who bounced back on Wednesday evening with a seven-point win away to Inniskeen.
In the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League , leaders Carrickmacross fell to a surprise defeat away to Donaghmoyne on Saturday, while Corduff edged out Currin to move up to second place. Seán McDermotts had a hard-earned win over Drumhowan, while Tyholland were far too strong for Éire Óg. Rockcorry had a comfortable victory in Aughnamullen on Sunday.
Neither of the top two in the Gerry’s Takeway Junior Football League won on Sunday, as Cremartin were held to a draw by Oram and Toome avenged their recent championship defeat to Emyvale. Elsewhere, there were narrow wins for Aghabog and Blackhill at the expense of Killanny and Killeevan respectively.
Clontibret and Scotstown are through to the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football Championship Crawley Cup Final after they had five-point wins over Blackhill and Truagh respectively in Friday’s semi-finals. The Crawley Cup finalists went head-to-head in the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division Three on Sunday, when Clontibret won by a goal, while Rockcorry got a walkover from Clones on Friday. Truagh beat Fergal O’Hanlons in Division Four on Sunday, while Castleblayney conceded to Currin.
Castleblayney and Truagh will contest the O’Duffy Cup Final after they won their semi-finals on Wednesday. Defending champions Blayney saw off Latton, while Truagh battled past Magheracloone.
The only game to go ahead in the McQuillan Staircases Under-21 Football League Division One on Monday saw Aughnamullen get the better of Donaghmoyne, while Scotstown got the points from Castleblayney. Latton had a three-point win over Killanny in Division Two.
Cremartin and Donaghmoyne drew in the GRM Minor Football League Division Three on Tuesday.