Inniskeen club notes

Fixtures: McElvaney's Waste & Recycling IFC: Inis Caoin Grattans v Tyholland this coming Sunday 4th September at 6pm in Blackhill

Drumhowan club notes

Eurotech JFL Shield  Drumhowan 1-14 Corduff 1- 5 Drumhowan had an early start away to Corduff last Sunday the 28th of August when they took on the local's second team

Castleblayney Faughs Club Notes

Senior Men: The Senior team had a disappointing result last Saturday night when they went down to Carrick in the replayed League game

Emyvale Club Notes

Minors: It was a great week for our Minor team. Tuesday week last they met Na Mullai Sarsfields in the Division 2 Shield semi-final replay & many thought they had missed their chance the previous week but the lads had other ideas & put in a great performance.

Latton club notes

Well done to all kids who took part in our Blitz last Saturday and to all those who helped out on the day.

Blackhill GFC club notes

Junior League: Blackhill defeated Éire Óg on Sunday morning last on a score line of Éire Óg 2-08 Blackhill 2-12. No match this weekend. Next fixture is at home to Séan Mc Dermotts on Saturday the 10th at 6pm.

Clontibret club notes

Clontibret 2-13 Latton 1-14 ; A ding dong battle with old rivals Latton in Blayney on Sunday last saw us advance to the semi final with Magheracloone by a two point margin

Toome club notes

U12's have had a great season. They finished top of the Division 4 table.

Oram GFC club notes

Dr Ward Cup : Our seniors succumbed to a stronger Clones team last Sunday in Clones. We play Eire Og at home on Saturday week at 6pm.

Rockcorry GAA club notes

This Sunday 4th September our senior footballers are back in championship action when they travel to Pairc an Iarnroid, Smithborough to play Currin in Round 2 of the McElvaney's Waste & Recycling Intermediate Football Championship.

Greenfield Foods SFC

Scotstown may not have been firing on all cylinders but they still proved too strong for Truagh to book their place in the semi-final and stay on track to retaining their championship title but they will know that there is still room for improvement on this performance.

Greenfield Foods SFC

Scotstown may not have been firing on all cylinders but they still proved too strong for Truagh to book their place in the semi-final and stay on track to retaining their championship title but they will know that there is still room for improvement on this performance

Greenfield Foods SFC

A hugely resilient Clontibret surmounted numerical disadvantage to clinch their place in the semi-final of the senior championship at the expense of Latton in this game that built to a dramatic conclusion in Castleblayney yesterday.

What they said ... the weekend in quotes

"We haven't seen them since February, they haven't been on our radar at all. We need to review this game and take what we can from it."

Silver Hill Farm Senior Hurling League Final

Castleblayney HC and Inniskeen have to meet again to decide whether Inniskeen can complete the senior hurling double or if Castleblayney can take the league title to compensate for their championship demise, when they finished all square at the end of what was a fairly low-key but closely contested affair in Clontibret on Thursday evening last.

Farney veterans 'still have a lot to offer'

Monaghan manager Malachy O'Rourke is hopeful that his side's seasoned campaigner will give it another season.

Carrickmacross and Donaghmoyne to meet again

Carrickmacross and Donaghmoyne have to meet again to decide who takes the minor football league division 2 cup

Corduff club notes

The Intermediate Team got back to winning ways in the Monaghan Electrical Intermediate Football League with a 1-07 to 1-06 win over Emyvale last Sunday in Corduff

Monaghan Fixtures

While there is not the same extensive programme of games there are still a number of important championship matches on the club programme this weekend as well as a number of games in the senior, intermediate and Junior football leagues while this evening Thursday August 25th sees the staging of the senior hurling league final between Castleblayney and Inniskeen in Clontibret at 7 PM.

Eire Og club notes

Previous weeks have seen the takings in the lotto drop significantly, a lot of you know this is our main source of income.

Competition: win two All-Ireland hurling final tickets

We have two tickets to give away for the All-Ireland hurling finals on Sunday 4 September.

Castleblayney Faughs Club Notes

Senior Ladies: Our Senior Ladies travel to Doohamlet to compete in Round 5 of the Senior League on Thursday the 25th August 2016 at 7pm. All support would be greatly appreciated.


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