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Round-up (September 5-11)

September 10th, 2011

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Castleblayney had a 2-16 to 1-7 win over Inniskeen in the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling Championship Final on Sunday.

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Carrickmacross are through to the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship Final after they beat Tyholland in the first semi-final on Saturday. They will have to wait unti next weekend to find out who their opponents will be after Sunday’s semi-final between Corduff and Rockcorry produced a low-scoring draw.

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Castleblayney had a comfortable win over Doohamlet in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League on Saturday.

Monaghan Electrical

Currin boosted their hopes of a semi-final place in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League with a high-scoring win away to bottom-of-the-table Drumhowan on Saturday, while Donaghmoyne had six points to spare at home to Seán McDermotts.

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Emyvale beat Cremartin in the Gerry’s Takeaway Junior Football League on Wednesday, but Cremartin bounced back by beating Killeevan on Saturday, while Aghabog edged out Clones to maintain their late push for a top-four finish.

Monaghan Harps won the Gerry’s Fresh Fruit and Veg. Under-12 Hurling League on Monday, when they beat Carrickmacross, while Inniskeen saw off Castleblayney to win the shield.

Truagh beat Cootehill in the Under-16 Hurling League Final on Thursday, while the Under-16 Football League Division Four Final between Blackhill and Doohamlet finished in a draw.

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Killanny had an eight-point win over Latton in the replay of their Maguire Transport Minor Football Championship Division Two semi-final on Saturday.

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Clontibret are through to the final of the GRM Minor Football League Division One after they edged past Truagh in the first semi-final on Tuesday. Carrickmacross earned a shot at Castleblayney in the other semi by beating Scotstown in Tuesday’s play-off. The MFL Division Two Final will be between Killanny and Rock Sarsfields, who beat Latton and Magheracloone respectively in Tuesday’s semi-finals. Donaghmoyne and Clones will contest the Division Three decider after they saw off Cremartin and Corduff respectively.

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Truagh secured their place in the semi-finals of the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division One with Saturday’s win over neighbours Scotstown, while Clontibret beat Magheracloone to ensure a home semi-final. Latton beat Cremartin on Sunday to overtake them in the battle to avoid relegation.

Donaghmoyne stayed in the running for a semi-final place in the RFL Division Two when they beat Drumhowan on Sunday.

Killeevan still have a chance of making the top four in Division Three thanks to their narrow win at home to Seán McDermotts on Sunday, while Aughnamullen and Scotstown got walkovers from Truagh and Clones respectively.

Aghabog beat Monaghan Harps to secure top spot in Division Four, while Emyvale got the better of Éire Óg.

Meanwhile, Donaghmoyne’s ladies won their ninth successive county SFC title with a comprehensive win over Emyvale in Sunday’s final.

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