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O'Rourke: Donegal got frees we weren't gettingMonaghan manager Malachy O'Rourke reckons referee Maurice Deegan was unduly influenced by Donegal players during the Ulster SFC final.
Scotstown Club NotesThis Year's ˝Ned Run ̏ Charity 5mile Run/Walk will take place on Friday evening 8th August at 7.45pm, starting and finishing at the Sports Complex.
Aghabog Club NotesNo winner of our jackpot last Sunday night, 27th July: Numbers: 4, 6, 13,18.
Watch: brilliant new ad sums up what county minor is all aboutEntitled This.Is.Major, the ad intends to break the mould of traditional GAA advertising and to elevate the stature and understanding of the Minor players' life through a series of scenes including training, matches, school, exams, romance and the debs.
Comfortable win for 'Blayney hurlersLast years defeated finalists Castleblayney are in the final of this year's senior hurling championship when they had a comfortable victory
Junior Football ChampionshipThe two games played in the Junior football championship last weekend saw Oram and Drumhowan meeting in Blackhill
Inniskeen club notesThis week's draw took place on Mon 28th July and there was no winner.
Eire Og Na Mullai NotesAlpha Lotto - Lotto Results from last Sunday night. Letters drawn were K,Q,U,Z
Referees announced for weekend football tiesCroke Park has released the details of the refereeing appointments for this weekend's football clashes at GAA Headquarters.
Toome GFC NotesSenior Team: Were beaten by 1-10 to 1-8 by Scotstown last Sunday in the championship.
Castleblayney Faughs Club NotesSenior team No Senior Football this week, with Monaghan playing in Croke Park on Saturday
Hughes: Monaghan need to bring their 'A' game to CrokerDarren Hughes says Monaghan will be "beat within 20 minutes" if they don't hit the ground running against Kildare on Saturday.
Doohamlet club notesReserves:Our reserves travelled to Aughnamullen on Sunday.
Rockcorry GAA club notesThis weekend is the August Bank Holiday and I believe the weather is supposed to be perfect so you really have no excuses!
Latton GAA Club Club NotesWe express our deepest sympathies to the Bates family on the passing of Bridie last Thursday
Drumhowan club notesUniversal Graphics JFC - Last Saturday evening 26th July we took on Oram in Blackhill in the JFC backdoor.
Oram GFC club notesBitter disappointment in Blackhill last Saturday when we lost by the narrowest of margins to Drumhowan in a game in which we lead for long periods.
Killeevan club notesCill Laobhain V Dubh Thamlacht. Home game i bPáirc na Sáirséalaigh against Doohamlet Thursday 31st July at 7.30pm.
Corduff club notesThe U14s Football League Round 8 fixture at home against Eire Og on Saturday July 26th ended in a 27pt win for Corduff. Round 10 is away at Doohamlet on Saturday Aug 16th. Throw in is at 12.00pm
Emyvale club notesBig Breakfast: Keep free Saturday 9th August for "The Even Bigger Breakfast" which will be held in The Scarna Inn.
Blackhill Emeralds club notesThe annual Castleblayney show takes place on Bank holiday Monday in our local community, best wishes to the show society for a successful event.
Clontibret club notesThe game against Doohamlet last week was called off.
Football top scorers: Sweeney leads but Walsh makes his moveCon Sweeney's 1-4 from placed balls for Tipperary sees at the head of the football scorers' chart with Galway's Shane Walsh in second spot.
Dyas keeps journos in the darkArmagh's Kevin Dyas turned up at the media launch for Saturday's All-Ireland SF qualifier double-header at Croke Park this morning - but didn't say a word.
Championship tweets: Walsh wizardry casts a spell on TwitterShane Walsh's silky skills were the talk of Twitter on Saturday evening while One Direction's Niall Horan is enjoying Sky Sports' coverage of gaelic games.
Ladies: qualifier draw throws up big derbyUlster rivals Monaghan and Tyrone have been pitted together in round 2 of the TG4 All-Ireland ladies senior football championship qualifiers.
If the All-Stars were picked now ...The provincial football championships have been decided and it's the perfect time to update our choice as the players of the season so far.
Attention turns to JFCFollowing the exploit of the Monaghan senior footballers last weekend, it is the turn of the junior club football championship to take centre stage over the coming days.
Scotstown club notesMcElvaney Recycling U21 League: Our U21s will play Rd 3 of the league away to Truagh on Wednesday 30th July at 7.45pm.
Junior Football Championship Round 1 Win for AGB LadiesThere were two games in the junior football championship last Saturday evening, with the winners going through to the semi finals, while the losers now revert to the back door.
Eire Og Na Mullai NotesAlpha Lotto - Lotto Results from last Sunday night. Letters drawn were O,Q,V,E. There was no winner.
Gerry Reilly Cup: Royals work hard for victory.Meath were made work hard for their victory over Monaghan in the last of the Round 3 matches of the Gerry Reilly U-16 FT played in Oldcastle.
Inniskeen club notesFriday night's fixture against Corduff has now been moved to Sunday. Throw in is at 1.30 in Pairc Grattan. It promises to be a cracker so come out and support the lads.
Toome club notesSenior Team: It's do or die for Toome this Sunday, as we travel to Tyholland to face Scotstown in a winner takes all clash. Throw in is at 4pm.
Drumhowan club notesUniversal Graphics JFC - The Senior team now face Oram on Saturday 26th July in Blackhill at 7pm. The winners will face Aghabog or Killanny. All support needed. Not too far to travel.

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Can Monaghan successfully defend their Ulster SFC title?

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