Our Seniors travelled to Truagh on Friday evening last and came away disappointed with a two point defeat.
Blackhill overturned a half time deficit to come away from Smithborough with the points last Monday evening
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Our Féile journey came to an end on Sat last, we were beaten at the quarter final stage by Rathmore from county Kerry.
As part of our 2016-2018 Strategic Plan, our Club wanted to extend their healthy club initiative and enrich the lives of every member
Training continues for both teams. On Sunday past our intermediate team were defeated by Aughnamullen on a score line on 2-08 to 2-05.
Sympathy: Deepest sympathy is extended to the Carville family on the death of Noel Carville
Clontibret 0-12 Scotstown 2-11. Defeat in Scotstown on Sunday last in a Star game.
Seniors - We were due to play Oram at home at 8pm on Tuesday night 26th in the league.
Tonight Monday the 27th we hosted Blackhill in round 8 of the junior league. It was a game which beforehand was expected to be a close affair and that it was.
Cill Laobhain V Tuaim. Away game against Toome Thursday 30th June at 7.30pm
OMG...I imagine when that white flag was eventually raised at the end of last Sunday's exciting Ulster senior football championship match there was a mighty sigh of relief among Monaghan players & supporters!
Nine counties are represented on our football team of the week...
Are you a genius or a bluffer when it comes to what happened at the weekend?
Malachy O'Rourke lauded Monaghan's never-say-die attitude after two late Conor McManus frees earned them another bite of the cherry against Donegal.
The Dubs were back in the familiar surroundings of Croker yesterday...
"You need to be satisfied [with the result] from a Dublin man's perspective. A 10 point win over Meath any day is a good day in the office."
Following their shock Connacht SFC exit, Mayo will take on Fermanagh in the round 2B of the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers.
Donegal recovered from a shaky start to win the first ever Ulster SHC Shield at Monaghan's expense in Brewster Park this afternoon.
The Ulster SFC semi-final replay between Donegal and Monaghan will take place in Kingspan Breffni Park next Saturday, July 2 at 7pm.
Donegal and Monaghan played out an absorbing 1-11 to 0-14 draw tonight in a punishing contest at Breffni Park.