By Shaun Casey AFTER 13 league games, David Lennon’s Donaghmoyne finished top of the senior table, booking their place in the last four against Latton this Saturday evening. Donaghmoyne have exceeded expectation at their second year at this level, ahead of their semi-final showdown and Lennon’s side have already achieved their ultimate goal for 2023 […]
By Kieran Lynch SCOTSTOWN are back in the Monaghan Senior Football Championship final for the tenth year in-a-row where they will take on Ballybay this Sunday, but it has been anything but plain sailing for the reigning champions to get to this point. Colin McAree’s side headed into the championship with injuries to four key […]
MONAGHAN SENIOR FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL SCOTSTOWN V BALLYBAY Sunday, Clones, 3.00pm Scotstown haven’t been as impressive this year as they have in previous seasons but are still the team to beat in Monaghan. They got past Inniskeen the last day out but are still missing a few key men through injury. In saying that, they […]
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 […]
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 […]
By Kieran Lynch BALLYBAY are well on course to qualify for the next round of the Monaghan Senior Championship, having picked up two wins and a draw from their opening three group matches. Jerome Johnston and Mark Doran’s side sit at the top of Group One and will book their place in the semi-finals if […]
By Shaun Casey EMYVALE were drawn the short straw in the Championship as they were grouped with Corduff, Magheracloone, Doohamlet and Cremartin, the top four teams according to the Intermediate League table. Manager Gerard McCrudden states that his side’s main goal is to compete with the top teams and hopefully reach the decider. “Emyvale have […]
Scotstown’s Shane Carey says they want to get even better.
Scotstown want to keep their bid for five in a row going.