Monaghan are through to the TG4 All-Ireland Ladies SFC semi-finals after goals by Therese McNally and Caoimhe Mohan led them to a 2-13 to 0-8 win over Meath on Saturday.
Latton continued their impressive form by qualifying for the semi-finals of the Gormley uPVC Senior Football Championship, beating holders Clontibret by 0-10 to 0-8 on Saturday despite finishing with 14 men. They were joined in the semi-finals by Scotstown, who beat Ballybay on Sunday. Magheracloone cruised past Inniskeen in the back door on Sunday, while Castleblayney had a straightforward win against Truagh. Blayney and Ballybay will clash in the next round, while Clontibret and Magheracloone go head-to-head in a repeat of last year’s final.
Carrickmacross are through to the semi-finals of the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship after they beat Aughnamullen by 1-14 to 1-5. Tyholland overcame Currin at the second attempt on Saturday, winning their replay by 1-15 to 0-13 with the help of a goal by Declan Connolly, booking their place in a quarter-final against Aughnamullen. Rockcorry had a facile win over Éire Óg on Sunday, setting up a meeting with Donaghmoyne.
Cremartin are through to the final of the Universal Graphics Junior Football Championship after a brace of fortuitous goals by Darren Bishop gave them a 3-3 to 0-9 win over Aghabog in their replayed semi-final on Friday. Cremartin will play Clones in the decider next Sunday.
Defending champions Clontibret are through to another final in the Maguire Transport Minor Football Championship Division One after they edged an exciting semi-final against Scotstown on Monday. Their opponents will be Truagh, who edged past a fancied Castleblayney side in another entertaining game on Tuesday.
The Maguire Transport Minor Football Championship Division Two semi-finals both finished in draws on Tuesday – between Latton and Killanny and Magheracloone and Rock Sarsfields. The Division Three semis saw Donaghmoyne and Cremartin ease past Aughnamullen and Blackhill respectively.
Ballybay put their championship defeat behind them with a six-point win over Inniskeen in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League on Wednesday, moving them four points clear at the top of the table. Magheracloone beat Doohamlet to move up to second, scoring an impressive 22 points in the process, while Monaghan Harps came from six points down to draw with Truagh.
Corduff secured second place in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League on Friday, when they beat Donaghmoyne for the second time inside a week. Seán McDermotts and Currin drew in the IFL on Wednesday.
Clones continued their resurgence by beating Killanny in the Gerry’s Takeaway Junior Football League on Sunday, while Emyvale bounced back from their championship exit to beat Oram.
Castleblayney are still unbeaten in the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling League after a straightforward victory over Carrickmacross on Thursday. Cootehill edged a high-scoring game against Truagh in the Silver Hill Minor Hurling League on Sunday.
Aghabog are up to second in the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division Four after their win over table-toppers Blackhill on Wednesday.