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Club Previews (May 11-16)

May 11th, 2012


There are two rounds of games in the club adult leagues this weekend. The top two go head-to-head in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League on Friday evening when Carrickmacross host Ballybay, while the bottom two also clash when Scotstown take on Currin. Elsewhere, Monaghan Harps are at home to Castleblayney and Truagh travel to Latton. There is also a full round on Sunday, when Currin face Latton, Magheracloone host Monaghan Harps, Ballybay entertain Scotstown, Castleblayney and Carrickmacross meet in Toome and Clontibret welcome Truagh to O’Neill Park.

Monaghan Electrical

There are just two games on Friday in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League due to the county hurlers’ involvement in the Nicky Rackard Cup on Saturday. One of those is a top-of-the-table encounter between Tyholland and Doohamlet, while the other one sees Rockcorry make the trek to Corduff. Doohamlet and Tyholland have home advantage against Donaghmoyne and Inniskeen respectively on Sunday, while Aughnamullen host Corduff and Rockcorry square up to Seán McDermotts. There is also one game on Monday – between Toome and Cremartin.


Eurotech Junior Football League leaders Emyvale are away to Killeevan on Friday, while Clones and Drumhowan will both aim to continue their improved recent form when they meet at St. Tiarnach’s Park. Elsewhere, Éire Óg make the long trip to play Killanny and Oram and Blackhill contest a mid-Monaghan derby. Sunday’s action commences with Oram’s visit to Aghabog, before Blackhill and Emyvale host Killeevan and Clones respectively and finally, Drumhowan play Killanny.

Silver Hill Foods

In Sunday’s games in the Silver Hill Foods Minor Hurling League, Castleblayney are at home to Emmet Grattans and Clontibret have to travel to joint-leaders Cootehill.


The last round of the GRM Minor Football Leagues before the break for the Leaving Cert takes place on Tuesday evening. In Division One, table-toppers Scotstown are up against Castleblayney, while the race for semi-final spots continues with games between Monaghan Harps and Killanny and Clontibret and Carrickmacross.

Division Two joint-leaders Emyvale and Donaghmoyne have away fixtures against Rock Sarsfields and Truagh respectively, while Latton host Seán McDermotts and Magheracloone bid for a fourth straight win when they go to Cremartin.

The top two clash in Division Three when St. Patrick’s welcome Inniskeen to Ballybay, while St. Tiarnach’s, Doohamlet and Cúchulains Sarsfields have hone games against Corduff, Tyholland and Blackhill respectively.


The last remaining first-round game in the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football Championship Crawley Cup takes place on Monday when Aghabog host Fergal O’Hanlons.

There are also games in all four divisions of the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football Leagues this week. In Division One, Scotstown are at home to Magheracloone on Wednesday, while the same evening sees Killeevan play Cremartin in Division Two and Seán McDermotts and Truagh host Inniskeen and Rockcorry respectively in Division Three. Monaghan Harps travel to Emyvale in Division Four on Saturday and the county-town team are back in action on Wednesday at home to Aghabog, while Killanny and Feargal O’Hanlons take on Toome and Clones respectively.


The Gerry’s Prepared Veg. Under-12 Spring League Finals take place in Cloghan on Saturday, with no less than 16 games down for decision at the Monaghan Training Centre. Teams from Clones, Inniskeen (two), Emyvale (two), Donaghmoyne (two), Killeevan, Doohamlet, Monaghan Harps (two), Castleblayney (two), Cremartin, Ballybay, Truagh, Magheracloone, Drumhowan, Rockcorry, Feargal O’Hanlons, Seán McDermotts, Killanny, Corduff, Tyholland, Éire Óg, Aughnamullen, Latton, Aghabog, Toome, Clontibret, Carrickmacross (two) and Scotstown (two) will be involved. Meanwhile, the Under-14 Hurling League continues on Monday.

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