Articles tagged with: Castleblayney Faughs

FINAL DAY AT CROKE PARK ON CASTLEBLAYNEY’S RADAR ONCE AGAIN

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31 Oct 2014 Comments Off on FINAL DAY AT CROKE PARK ON CASTLEBLAYNEY’S RADAR ONCE AGAIN
FINAL DAY AT CROKE PARK ON CASTLEBLAYNEY’S RADAR ONCE AGAIN

Castleblayney’s hurlers are back on the hunt for All-Ireland Junior Hurling Championship honours following a gritty win over Na Magha in the Ulster Final. by PATRICK SMYTH Winning an Ulster title is something not only to savour but also one which presents opportunities for further glory. Reflecting on his team’s provincial title victory last weekend, Castleblayney Faughs’ boss Paul Hughes fingered his side’s fitness as central to their successful odyssey to the winner’s enclosure: “It’s a great feeling to have taken the Ulster club title again,” a delighted Hughes enthused after seeing ...

FRESH FROM THEIR AWARD WINNING ROLL FAUGHS HOST SECOND ANNUAL CASTLEBLAYNEY 5K FOR LOCAL CHARITIES

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7 Dec 2012 Comments Off on FRESH FROM THEIR AWARD WINNING ROLL FAUGHS HOST SECOND ANNUAL CASTLEBLAYNEY 5K FOR LOCAL CHARITIES
FRESH FROM THEIR AWARD WINNING ROLL FAUGHS HOST SECOND ANNUAL CASTLEBLAYNEY 5K FOR LOCAL CHARITIES

What a weekend it turned out to be for everyone associated with the Castleblayney Faughs and indeed the people of Castleblayney! On Friday night the club proudly picked up the Overall Monaghan People of the Year Award at the gala event in the Hillgrove Hotel (see separate article), while Sunday saw the club hosting its second hugely successful Castleblayney 5K. Proceeds will be divided between three local charities: St. Mary’s Hospital Castleblayney, Team Cian and Castleblayney CancerCare. Wakening up on Sunday morning and pulling back the curtains to a cold and frosty morning, ...

CASTLEBLAYNEY HAVE ULSTER IN SIGHTS AFTER RE-CLAIMING SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP CROWN ER

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16 Sep 2011 Comments Off on CASTLEBLAYNEY HAVE ULSTER IN SIGHTS AFTER RE-CLAIMING SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP CROWN ER
CASTLEBLAYNEY HAVE ULSTER IN SIGHTS AFTER RE-CLAIMING SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP CROWN ER

Castleblayney Faughs re-claimed the Senior Hurling Championship crown last weekend by defeating defending champions Inniskeen Grattans. Faughs’ joint-manager Declan Connolly was suitably pleased by his charges’ performance. by KEVIN CARNEY Victory for Castleblayney Faughs in last weekend’s SHC final is a positive reflection of the state of hurling in the county.That’s the considered view of Faughs’ joint- team manager Declan Connolly who believes his side’s victory over defending champions Inniskeen Grattans showcased the current strength-in-depth of hurling in the county. “When you consider what Inniskeen achieved last year in winning the Ulster club title and ...