Emmet Grattans retained the Silver Hill Foods Minor Hurling League with a dramatic win over Cootehill on Monday in the final at Aughnamullen. The Carrickmacross/Inniskeen amalgamation trailed their Cavan opponents by a point in the dying minutes, but a late goal won it for them on a scoreline of 2-7 to 2-5.
Castleblayney won the inaugural Silver Hill Foods Development Hurling League Final on Thursday evening against Inniskeen in Killanny. Blayney found the net twice in the first half on their way to a 2-14 to 0-12 victory.
Scotstown stayed top of the Platinum Tanks Reserve Football League Division One with a comfortable win away to neighbours Truagh on Wednesday evening. Monaghan Harps and Castleblayney stayed in touch with wins over Clontibret and Latton respectively, while Magheracloone moved clear at the other end of the table by beating Tyholland.
Corduff moved three points clear in the RFL Division Two after they edged out Doohamlet on Wednesday, while the other game between Donaghmoyne and Carrickmacross finished all-square. Corduff continued their fine form with a high-scoring win over Donaghmoyne on Friday, while Cremartin took control of second place by edging out Doohamlet. Carrickmacross had eight points to spare at home to Ballybay.
Clones and Blackhill continue to lead the way in Division Four after Wednesday’s games. Clones maintained their 100% record by defeating local rivals Éire Óg, while Blackhill kept up the pace by cruising to victory against Emyvale. Aghabog are out on their own in third after they saw off Toome.