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September 7th, 2021

Carrickmacross Emmets Club Notes Tuesday 7th September


Lotto 06/09/21




No winner


€50 Mickey Geoghan

€20 Seamus Kelly

€20 Mary Kerr Conlon

€10 Colm Carthy


Next week €2,800.


Congratulations to all our winners and thank you as always for your continued support for our club!


Lottos can be bought in Cloughvalley Stores, Market Square Shopping Centre, Cassidy’s Circle K, Cassidy’s Top Ardee Road, Walsh’s shop, Birdy’s, O’ Rourke Oil and Carrick Butchers, Giftsnthings or else online on our website!




All roads lead to Inniskeen this Sunday 12th September!


Carrickmacross Emmets take on Castleblayney in the 2021 U17 Football League D1 Cup Final at 7.30pm.


Wishing the team and their management the very best of luck!


All support welcome (this is the only game for Carrickmacross Emmets this week across all age groups)




Bogue Foodhall Monaghan GAA U13 Division 2 Cup Final, Saturday 4th September 2021

Carrickmacross 4-14 Killanny 5-09

Thanks to Gerry Winters for the report.

The Emmets U13 squad secured the Division 2 league trophy in stylish and dramatic fashion thanks to a 2 point victory over neighbours Killanny in Inniskeen last Saturday. This South Monaghan derby did not disappoint with the sizeable crowd being served up a 9-goal thriller that ebbed and flowed for its entirety. It was Carrick who made the brighter start with their dangerous inside forwards Aodhán Lawless and Evan Butler getting early points. Killanny stormed back with quickfire goals, the first crashed home by captain Ronan Goodman and this was to be the story of the game as every time it seemed like the Emmets were in control the Geraldines were able to respond with well worked goals. Midfield was key and the battle between Oran Connolly and Wayne Martin was worth the admission fee alone with both players getting forward to score vital points just when their team needed them. Carrick goalkeeper Liam Mulholland provided a very successful attacking platform from some excellent kickouts while wing backs Cillian Payne and Tomas Allen grew into the game and launched numerous attacks into the opposition half. A brace of goals from Evan Butler, 1 from Eddie Jones and points from Darragh Wynne and Cian Markey were countered by 2 excellent Tristan McElwaine goals during a breath-taking 2nd quarter that left the crowd enthralled and as the whistle sounded for half-time the Carrick lads were just ahead 4-07 to 4-05.

The second-half started in similar fashion to the first with Carrick on the attack again and their ability to pick off scores from Oisin Donnelly, Adam Borsje and Jones kept the scoreboard ticking over while at the opposite end a stronger defensive effort from Jack Fitzgerald, Diarmuid Carolan and Paul O’Brien ensured that any Killanny scores were hard earned. A five-point lead midway through the second half seemed to be enough but back again came Killanny and when Eoin Travers goaled the sides were level and the momentum seemed to be going their way but the young Emmets dug deep and fashioned two scores, the last from Man of the Match Lawless that pushed the lead out to 2 again. 4 minutes of injury-time and a few close in frees for Killanny heightened the tension but the boys in Green stood tall and were on the right side of a 2-point winning margin in what was a fantastic advert for juvenile football. Full time score: Carrick 4-14 Killanny 5-09.

Carrickmacross: Liam Mulholland, Jack Fitzgerald, Diarmuid Carolan, Cillian Payne, Paul O’Brien (Captain), Tomas Allen, Cian Markey (0-01), Wayne Martin (0-2, 1 45), Oisin Donnelly (0-02), Darragh Wynne (0-01), Eddie Jones (1-02), Aodhan Lawless (1-03), Evan Butler (2-02), Adam Borsje (0-01), Harry

Cassidy, Artán Mac Pháidín, Tom Shevlin, Kevin Provisors, Cormac McMullen, Oisin McGoldrick, Hugh McMahon, Callum Byrne, Finnan Alfred, Josh Winters, Eoghan Birdy, Jack O’Hara, Darragh Liffey, Ben Thornton, Rio Wenman, Callum Spare, Calum Kelly, Harry Walsh.

Killanny: Ronan Marry, Joseph Routledge (0-01), Shea Loughran, Jay Martin, Conor Murphy, James Wakely, Ryan Walsh (0-01), Oran Connolly (0-02), Tristan McElwaine (2-0), Ronan Goodman (2-01), Patrick Callan (0-01), James Callan, Luke Kelly (0-01), Sean Callan (0-01), TJ Byrne, Aaron Markey, Eoin Gartlan, Oisin Byrne (0-01), Eoin Travers (1-0).

Referee: Sean Gilsenan (Donaghmoyne)


Emmets v Magheracloone match report.

The second round of the senior championship saw the Emmets travel to the unfamiliar home of Kingscourt Stars where Magheracloone Mitchells have elected to play their home games. Once again a huge crowd was in attendance including Oisin Mc Conville & the Inniskeen team.

Magheracloone who are very familiar with the Kingscourt grounds settled down a little quicker than with Emmets with the first 2 points of the match. 7 minutes into the game Stephen Gollogly converted a free to raise the first white flag for Carrick. Both teams traded points throughout the first half with Jack Mc Geown, Aaron Lynch,Stephen O’Hanlon,Ryan O’Connor and a brace from Stephen Gollogly leaving the teams level on 6 points at half time. Although the Emmets had wasted 2 goal chances in the first half they still looked in complete control of the game.

The introduction of Tadhg Kirk Callaghan at halftime proved fruitful for the Emmets as within minutes he ran straight at the Magheracloone defence and scored a super individual goal .The goal broke the deadlock in the game with the Emmets adding 2 further goals and a point in quick succession. .Maghercloone managed just a single point in the second half as their threat faded with the Emmets fitness superiority evident. Game finished with an 8 point win for the Emmets and their first 2 championship points. Next game is at home to Truagh on Sunday week19th.

Team Aaron Murray,Caolan Martin,Gary Mc Enaney, Conor Capaldi,Cillian Cromwell (C), Karl Mc Menamin, Jack Mc Geown, David Eakins, James Conlon, Aaron Lynch, Donnach Swinburne, Peter O’Hanlon, Stephen Gollogly, Stephen O’Hanlon, Kevin O’Hanlon

Subs used Oisin O’Hanlon, Tadhg Kirk Callaghan,Ryan O’Connor,Jamie Guinan,Ryan Carolan

Special thanks to Gordon Finnegan who sponsored the game against Magheracloone, as well as the Carrick Emmets Rounders team who sponsored the ball.



Best wishes to the Carrickmacross Emmets Hurling team who take on Castleblayney this Sunday 12th September at 4pm in the Senior Hurling Championship Final in Clontibret.

Wishing the Carrickmacross Emmets Rounders team the best of luck in their 2021 All Ireland Senior Final this Sunday 12th September. They take on Erne Eagles at 2.30pm in the GAA Centre of Excellence, Abbotstown.

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