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20170521 Football Wrap

Weekend Football Wrap – DONEGAL, LAOIS, CARLOW AND LOUTH ADVANCE!

MAYO 2-14 SLIGO 0-11 (Sunday, 21st May – Connacht Senior Football Championship) Connacht Football Championship – O’CONNOR BOYS HELP MAYO HOME MONAGHAN 1-20 FERMANAGH 1-11 (Saturday, 20th May – Ulster Senior Football Championship) Ulster Football Championship – MONAGHAN PULL CLEAR! DONEGAL 3-19 ANTRIM 1-9 (Sunday, 21st May – Ulster Senior Football Championship) Jamie Brennan’s goal […]

Saturday Hurling Wrap – FIVE TEAMS REACH CROKE PARK!

CORK 2-27 TIPPERARY 1-26 (Sunday, 21st May – Munster Senior Hurling Championship) Munster Hurling Champ – CORK CLINCH CLASSIC! CARLOW 0-24 WICKLOW 2-8 (Saturday, 20th May – Christy Ring Cup Semi-Final) Carlow moved within 60 minutes of a McCarthy Cup return after his comfortable win in Netwatch Cullen Park. Despite Wicklow goals from Eoin McCormack […]

20170521 Monaghan football

Ulster Football Championship – MONAGHAN PULL CLEAR!

MONAGHAN 1-20 FERMANAGH 1-11 (Saturday, 20th May – Clones) Monaghan took 35 minutes to show their hand in this championship opener but dominated the second period to book an Ulster quarter-final with Cavan. The Farney men led just 1-8 to 1-6 at half-time and that lead was reduced to the minimum by the 43rd minute […]

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WEEKEND BIG MATCH TEAM NEWS! (May 20th & 21st)

Ulster Senior Football Championship – MONAGHAN vs FERMANAGH (Saturday – 7pm Clones) Monaghan – Rory Beggan; Fintan Kelly, Drew Wylie, Ryan Wylie; Colin Walshe, Vinny Corey, Neil McAdam; Kieran Hughes, Karl O’Connell; Gavin Doogan, Shane Carey, Dessie Ward; Conor McCarthy, Jack McCarron, Conor McManus. Build Up: MONAGHAN vs FERMANAGH (The Six To Watch!) Fermanagh – […]

20170516 Monaghan vs Fermanagh

Preview: MONAGHAN vs FERMANAGH (Ulster Football Championship)

MONAGHAN vs FERMANAGH (Saturday, 20th May – 7pm Clones) On paper, this should be straight forward but in Ulster, nothing is certain. Monaghan are at home, they are Division One, and they are aiming to reach their fourth provincial final in five years having won the crown in 2013 and 2015. Fermanagh have gone into […]