Corduff will play Carrickmacross in the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship Final after they eased past Rockcorry in their semi-final replay on Friday.
Latton and Magheracloone are the new joint-leaders in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League. Latton won away to Truagh on Saturday, while Magheracloone got a walkover from Castleblayney, allowing both to overtake front-runners and fellow SFC semi-finalists Ballybay, who rested several players for a heavy defeat away to Monaghan Harps. Elswhere, Scotstown hit five goals in a demolition of Doohamlet and Clontibret secured their semi-final place with a comfortable win over Inniskeen.
Currin drew level with Corduff in second place in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League with a six-point win away to Aughnamullen on Saturday. Carrickmacross are now six point clear at the top after they beat Éire Óg, while Drumhowan’s relegation was confirmed when they lost to Tyholland.
Toome are still top of the Gerry’s Takeaway Junior Football League after they beat Oram on Saturday. Meanwhile, Emyvale got a walkover from Killeevan and Clones eased to victory at home to Blackhill.
Scotstown edged out Monaghan Harps in the Gerry’s Fresh Fruit and Veg. Under-16 Football Championship Division One Final on Saturday, while the Division Two decider between Donaghmoyne and Magheracloone finished in a draw. Blackhill edged out Doohamlet in the Under-16 Division Four League Final replay.
Magheracloone and Rock Sarsfields couldn’t be separated in the Maguire Transport Minor Football Championship Division Two semi-final replay on Tuesday, so they will have to meet for a third time.
Carrickmacross beat Castleblayney in the GRM Minor Football League Division One semi-final on Wednesday night, booking their place in Saturday’s final against Clontibret in Ballybay.
Clontibret beat neighbours Cremartin in the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division One on Sunday. Ballybay and Inniskeen got walkovers from Drumhowan and Inniskeen respectively, as did Emyvale and Oram from Clontibret and Rockcorry in Division Three.
Castleblayne’s senior hurlers fell short of winning a second title in a week when they lost to Belfast side Patrick Sarsfields in the Ulster Club Senior Hurling League Division Four Final on Friday, but their minors are through to the Silver Hill Foods Minor Hurling League Final after they eased past Cootehill in Sunday’s semi-final.