Castleblayney added the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling League to their championship title with a comfortable win against Inniskeen in Sunday’s final.
Three goals from county minor Ryan McAnespie led Emyvale to a 3-11 to 1-13 win over Magheracloone in Saturday’s GRM Minor Football League Division Two Final Replay. A David Kirk goal had Magheracloone a point up at half-time, but McAnespie’s second-half hat-trick won it for Emyvale.
Scotstown are up to fourth in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League after they won by 2-16 to 0-14 away to Currin under lights on Friday night. A brace of goals by Shane Carey had Scotstown in charge when leading by 2-11 to 0-5 at half-time and although Currin won the second half by nine points to five, there was no way back into the game for them.
Monaghan Harps and Latton moved clear of the relegation zone with wins away to Castleblayney and Truagh respectively on Saturday. An early goal from Emmett McArdle set the Harps on their way to a seven-point win over Blayney, while Latton hit two late points to edge out Truagh.
Cremartin secured their Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League status for next year with two games to spare when they defeated Toome on Saturday. Toome remain joint-bottom alongside Seán McDermotts.
The Eurotech Junior Football League semi-final pairings are Emyvale v Aghabog and Clones v Drumhowan (due to be played on October 14). Saturday’s final-round games saw Aghabog cruise past Clones to secure fourth place, a point ahead of both Oram and Killanny, who defeated Killeevan and Blackhill respectively. Meanwhile, table-toppers Emyvale warmed up for next Sunday’s championship final against Drumhowan by crushing Éire Óg.
Scotstown completed a Gerry’s Prepared Veg. Under-14 Football Division One double when they beat Truagh in the league final on Saturday, while Donaghmoyne were comfortable winners over Emyvale in the shield decider.
Carrickmacross will play Magheracloone in a south-Monaghan derby in the Under-14 Football League Division Two Final after Carrick edged out fellow local rivals Corduff on Friday, while the shield final between Killanny and Seán McDermotts finished all-square on Saturday.
Aughnamullen defeated Ballybay in the U-14 FL Division Three Cup semi-final on Saturday, with Inniskeen getting the better of Clones to lift the shield. Killeevan are through to the Division Four Cup Final after their high-scoring defeat of Tyholland, while Doohamlet edged out Latton to take the shield.
Aghabog won a high-scoring Division Five Cup semi-final, while Carrickmacross did likewise in their Division Six semi against Currin and Clontibret knocked Clones out in the Division Six shield semi.
Monaghan Harps cruised through to the Division Five shield final with a comfortable win over Scotstown.