Monaghan’s senior camogie team retained the All-Ireland Junior B Championship Máire Ní Chinnéide Cup on Sunday with a 1-12 to 1-7 win over Wicklow in the final. Marie Greenan top-scored for Monaghan with seven points, while Nicola Morgan scored the goal and Michelle Morgan won the Player-of-the-Match award.
Cremartin won the Universal Graphics Junior Football Championship on Sunday with a narrow win over Clones in the final.
Tyholland edged past Aughnamullen in the quarter-finals of the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship on Saturday, while Rockcorry had a similarly narrow win at the expense of Donaghmoyne on Sunday. Tyholland will play Carrickmacross in the semi-finals, while Rockcorry will take on Corduff.
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. Magheracloone finished on top of a closely-contested game away to Latton on Saturday to firmly secure their place in the semi-finals, while Clontibret have one foot in the semi-finals after they had a high-scoring win in Ballybay. Truagh and Doohamlet were also involved in a high-scoring game, which finished all-square. Scotstown edged out Monaghan Harps on Sunday, while Castleblayney were far too strong for Inniskeen.
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.
Emyvale are up to joint-second in the Gerry’s Takeaway Junior Football League after Sunday’s win against Aghabog.
Seán McDermotts and Currin drew in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League on Wednesday.
The top two, Clontibret and Scotstown, played out a draw in the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division One on Thursday, while Magheracloone beat Truagh. Monaghan Harps had a narrow win over Castleblayney on Friday. Ballybay beat Carrickmacross in the RFL Division Two on Friday, before Corduff beat Inniskeen on Saturday to move up to second place. Aghabog are joint-top in the RFL Division Four after they beat Blackhill on Wednesday and Emyvale on Friday, while there were also wins for Toome and Éire Óg on Friday against Currin and Killanny respectively.
In ladies football, Monaghan Harps hit a late goal to win the Intermediate Football Championhsip Final against Aghabog on Wednesday.