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Round-up (August 25-31)

August 30th, 2011

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.

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Cremartin won the Universal Graphics Junior Football Championship on Sunday with a narrow win over Clones in the final.

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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.


Magheracloone finished on top of a closely-contested game away to Latton on Saturday to firmly secure their place in the semi-finals of the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League, 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, who also lost to Latton on Wednesday.

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Carrickmacross are still top of the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League after their comfortable win over fellow IFC semi-finalists Rockcorry on Wednesday, while the game between the other championship semi-finalists saw Corduff edge out Tyholland. Aughnamullen had a narrow but significant win at home to neighbours Drumhowan in a high-scoring game, which moves the Sarsfields five points clear of the relegation zone. Éire Óg still prop up the table even though they took a point off Donaghmoyne. 

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Emyvale beat Aghabog in the Gerry’s Takeaway Junior Football League on Sunday, but they lost their unbeaten home record on Wednesday with a four-point defeat to table-toppers Toome. Cremartin built on their JFC success with a comprehensive win over Blackhill on Wednesday, while Aghabog won by three goals in Killeevan.

The Gerry’s Takeaway-sponsored Under-16 Football League Finals took place last weekend. Scotstown beat neighbours Truagh in the Division One final, while Donaghmoyne pipped Latton in the Division Two decider and Cremartin had a comprehensive win over St. Pat’s in Division Three.

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Castleblayney maintained their unbeaten record in the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling League on Monday, when they got the better of their upcoming championship final opponents Inniskeen.


There will be a three-way play-off for the last two places in the semi-finals of the GRM Minor Football League Division One after the last round of games was played on Monday. Castleblayney and Clontibret had already qualified, despite losing to Carrickmacross and Truagh respectively, which leaves the latter two facing a play-off with Scotstown, who got a walkover from St. Pat’s. Meanwhile, Monaghan Harps finished their campaign with a high-scoring win over Emyvale.

Killanny finished top of the GRM MFL Division Two after Tuesday’s win away to fourth-placed Na Fianna, who will be Killanny’s opponents in the semi-finals. The other semi will be between Rock Sarsfields and Magheracloone, who completed their group games with a win over Latton.

MFC Division Three finalists Donaghmoyne secured a home semi-final in the MFL Division Three with a comfortable win over Corduff on Sunday. All three of Tuesday’s games were won by the away teams, with Cremartin, Corduff and Clones getting the better of Blackhill, Inniskeen and Aughnamullen respectively. Clones finished top and will have home advantage against Corduff in the semi-finals, while championship finalists Donaghmoyne and Cremartin will go head-to-head.


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. Wednesday’s Division One game between Monaghan Harps and Truagh finished all-square, while Killanny got a walkover from Currin in Division Four.

In ladies football, Monaghan Harps hit a late goal to win the Intermediate Football Championship Final against Aghabog on Wednesday, while Inniskeen won the Junior Football Championship on Thursday.

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