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Round-up (August 9-15)

August 12th, 2011

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Magheracloone kept their hopes alive in the Gormley uPVC Senior Football Championship on Saturday, when they pulled away in extra-time to beat Doohamlet by 1-17 to 1-10, with Damien Freeman finishing on 1-8. Inniskeen had a shock win over Monaghan Harps on Sunday, while Ballybay were too strong for Truagh.

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Corduff became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals of the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship when they battled past Donaghmoyne by two points on Sunday. Saturday’s back-door game between Currin and Tyholland finished in a draw after extra-time, while Friday’s clash of Aughnamullen and Carrickmacross was postponed due to a bereavement in the Carrickmacross club.

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Clones are through to the final of the Universal Graphics Junior Football Championship after they edged past Emyvale by 1-9 to 1-8 in Sunday’s semi-final, with Darragh Holland getting the crucial goal. They will have to wait until next Friday to find out their opponents after Aghabog and Cremartin drew on Saturday.

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Scotstown produced a strong second-half performance to beat Aughnamullen in the McQuillan Staircases Under-21 Football League Division One Final on Monday.


Scotstown scored a couple of late goals to edge a high-scoring game away to Clontibret in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League on Sunday, while Latton are out on their own in second place after they drew with Castleblayney.

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Toome are second in the Gerry’s Takeaway Junior Football League, thanks to their comfortable win at home to Killanny on Sunday.

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Monaghan Harps secured a semi-final place in the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling League with a home win against Carrickmacross on Thursday, while Truagh got a walkover from Clontibret. The game between county finalists Castleblayney and Inniskeen was postponed.


Blackhill stayed top of the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division Four with a narrow win over Monaghan Harps on Wednesday, while Killanny and Éire Óg got the better of Truagh and Fergal O’Hanlons respectively. The RFL Division One game between Scotstown and Castleblayney was postponed, as was the Maguire Transport Minor Football Championship Division Three quarter-final between Clones and Donaghmoyne. Seán McDermotts won away to neighbours Scotstown in the RFL Division Three on Sunday. Truagh had a narrow win over neighbours Emyvale in the RFL Division Four on Monday.


Castleblayney are out on their own at the top of the GRM Minor Football League Division One after they had a surprisingly easy win over Clontibret. In the other games, Scotstown and Truagh ran up big scores in wins over Emyvale and Monaghan Harps, while Carrickmacross got a walkover from St. Pat’s.

Killanny were comfortable winners over Seán McDermotts in Division Two, while the Division Three games saw Aughnamullen get the better of Corduff and Cremartin hammer Inniskeen. Donaghmoyne had a comfortable win away to  Clones in a rescheduled Division Three game on Friday evening.

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