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Mixed fortunes for Development Squads in action over the weekend…

May 31st, 2023

Mixed fortunes for Development Squads in action over the weekend…

Armagh beat Monaghan  in U16 Buncranna Cup

Monaghan U16s Development squad played their second game in this year’s Buncranna cup in St Tiernachs park Clones against Armagh.

Played in really good conditions it was Armagh who got the better of the early exchanges. Both teams exchanged points before Armagh stretched into a 0 – 9 to 0- 3 lead. The halftime score was Armagh 0 – 10 Monaghan 0 – 5.

The 2nd half it was Monaghan who took the game to Armagh early in the second half. Kicking 0 – 5 without reply to bring the game back to a draw. Both teams had good periods of possession and then Armagh scored 1 – 1 to open up a 4 point lead. Monaghan battled back bravely and created plenty of scoring opportunities before loosing out on a scoreline of 1 -13 to 0 – 14.

Our U16s next game is against Dublin, date & venue to be confirmed.


Conor Mc Anenly – Truagh, Shea Corrigan – Monaghan Harps, Simon de Plessis – Ballybay, Mark Mc Caffrey – Scotstown, Cian Rafferty – Corduff, Stephen Hamill – Clontibret, Charlie Mone – Clontibret, Senan Hanratthy – Castleblayney, Fergal Mc Eneaney – Corduff, Senan Carolan – Aghabog, Darcy Foy – Scotstown, Eoin Sherdian – Monaghan Harps, Killian Kierans – Currin, Ben Forde – Sean Mc Dermott’s, Oisin Mc Connon – Maghercloone, Conor Mc Keown  – Inniskeen, Padraic Carville – Castleblayney, Luke Mc Kenna – Truagh, Alfie Hughes – Castleblayney, Dylan Watters – Oram, James Mc Kenna – Sean Mc Dermott’s, Oisin Lynch – Killeevan, Joe O Farrell – Carrickmacross, Jack Sullivan – Clontibret, Shay Cauley – Emyvale, Noah Mc Ginty – Eire Og.

Monaghan U15 Development Squad beat Dublin

On Saturday past, 27th June our two Monaghan Development Squads welcomed Dublin to Cloghan for our second group match. In perfect conditions for football, both counties gave a great account of themselves playing some lovely free flowing football. Both our sides, Monaghan and An Mhuineachain battled well with a high work rate forcing turnovers and some great scores a feature of both teams. In the end, Monaghan came away with two hard earned wins setting both teams up nicely in their respective groups.

Next up is a trip to play Down away on Saturday 17th June. See below team photo of all who played against Dublin.

Both squads that played on the day below.

1 Liam Mulholland Carrickmacross, 2 Conor Farmer Monaghan Harps, 3 Conor Mulligan Aughnamullen, 4 Matthew McNamee Clontibret
5 Jamie Marron Magheracloone, 6 Dermot Farrelly Magheracloone, 7 Nathan McCabe Scotstown, 8 Ryan Walsh Killanny, 9 Kyle Lavery Monaghan Harps, 10 Sean Murtagh Aughnamullen, 11 Oran Connolly Killanny, 12 Gearoid Murray Magheracloone, 13 Stephen Cusack Aghabog, 14 Ronan Goodman Killanny, 15 Tristan Nugent Castleblayney, 17 Sean Meegan Donaghmoyne, 18 Mochara Lynch Rockorry, 19 TJ Fox Rockorry, 20 Joseph Routledge Killanny, 21 Calum Calvert Rockorry, 22 Sean Ward Sean McDermotts, 24 Cathal Malone Castleblayney
25 Cillian Gibbons Cremartin

1 Donnchadh Murphy Castleblayney, 2 Ronan Keenan Oram, 3 Conor McEneaney Cremartin, 4 Ross Lennon Donaghmoyne
5 Tiernan McGeough Castleblayney, 6 Shane Geoghegan Aughnamullen, 7 Oisin Quinn Drumhowan, 8 Josh Cassidy Monaghan Harps
9 Patrick Carroll Cremartin, 10 Ellis Foy Scotstown, 11 Ryan Lynch Oram, 12 Harry Hamill Emyvale, 13 Harry McQuillan Castleblayney
14 James Ennis Donaghmoyne, 15 Caolan Daly Aughnamullen, 16 Artán Mac Pháidín Carrickmacross, 17 Declan Flanagan Castleblayney
18 Jay Martin Killanny, 19 Shane Sherry Tyholland, 20 Eddie Jones Carrickmacross, 21 Matt McNally Aughnamullen, 22 John Lennon Donaghmoyne.

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