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SFL, IFL & JFL round-up (April 21-22)

April 22nd, 2012


Ballybay are out on their own at the top of the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League after the weekend’s action. An early goal set the Pearse Brothers on their way to a 1-11 to 0-11 win over Castleblayney on Saturday, a result that allowed Carrickmacross to join Blayney in second place. Last year’s IFC winners beat the defending SFC champions Latton in a low-scoring game, leaving the O’Rahillys bottom of the table.  Truagh moved off the bottom thanks to goals by Pádraig and Paddy McKenna which handed them victory against Monaghan Harps on Saturday, while Clontibret also overtook Latton courtesy of a six-point win at home to Scotstown. Currin also picked up their first points with a famous win over Magheracloone on Sunday – their first senior league victory. They trailed by a point at half-time, but kept Magheracloone scoreless in the second half, and Stephen Smyth kicked his fourth and fifth points to grab the spoils for Currin.

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Aughnamullen lead the way in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League after they ran out 0-15 to 0-12 winners over fellow pace-setters Toome on Sunday. There is now a five-way tie for second place after Cremartin hammered Seán McDermotts and Donaghmoyne battled past Inniskeen on Saturday and Tyholland edged out Rockcorry and Doohamlet got the better of Corduff on Sunday.


Oram continue to surprise many by making the early running in the Eurotech Junior Football League. They drew with Éire Óg on Sunday to stay a point clear of Emyvale and Killanny, who had wins over Blackhill and Killeevan respectively. Drumhowan defeated Aghabog for a badly-needed first win of the season.

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