Clontibret look to make the most of miracle goal

By Kieran Lynch CLONTIBRET are on the highest of highs heading into this week’s Monaghan Senior Football Championship semi-final, after a last gasp goal got them through the group stage. With the seconds ticking away, they were heading out of the championship at the hands of Scotstown, before a late, late goal levelled the scores […]

Big hitters collide in Monaghan semi-finals

MONAGHAN SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP SEMI FINALS CLONTIBRET V BALLYBAY Sunday, Clones, 2pm CLONTIBRET edged out the first meeting between these sides during the group stages with one point to spare and ended up topping the group. That just about makes this favourites heading into this weekend. Advertisement Verdict: Clontibret   INNISKEEN V SCOTSTOWN Sunday, Clones, […]

Monaghan championship continues this weekend

MONAGHAN SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP ONE SCOTSTOWN V CLONTIBRET Sunday, Pairc Mhuire, 5pm Both are already through to the next round but still these two would like to finish the group stages with a win. The victor will go straight through to the semi-finals. Scotstown are the team to beat in Monaghan and could be just […]

Clontibret in must-win mood

BY KIERAN LYNCH CLONTIBRET face two tough challenges in the upcoming weeks in the form of Ballybay and Scotstown, as they look to qualify for the quarter-finals of the Monaghan Senior Championship. The 2019 championship winners knew they had a difficult group going into the tournament, but having lost to Donaghmoyne in their opener, after […]

Must win territory for champions Scotstown

THE Monaghan club scene heads towards the knock out stages with plenty still at stake. MONAGHAN SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP GROUP ONE ROUND THREE AUGHNAMULLEN V SCOTSTOWN Advertisement Saturday, Aughnamullen, 3pm LOSE this and if results go a certain way over the next few rounds, champions Scotstown will exit the at the group stage. There’s little […]

A look at the characters in the Clontibret camp

WE asked Clontibret’s Conor Doyle to give us an insight into the various dressing rooms has been in an a look at the characters. Name: Conor Doyle. Age: 22. Teams played for: Clontibret O’Neills, Monaghan (u-14s-u-21s), St Pat’s College and DCU. Advertisement Which team mate has been the most inspirational and why Dessie Mone and […]