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DOOHAMLET DO THE DOUBLE

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27 Nov 2015 Comments Off on DOOHAMLET DO THE DOUBLE
DOOHAMLET DO THE DOUBLE

Doohamlet 1-10 Aughnamullen 0-08 JOHN GRAHAM It may have been disappointment in the Ulster club intermediate championship semi-final a week previous but on Sunday last a sharper, more focused Doohamlet finished their season on a high note as they clinched a first ever intermediate double of championship and league when they proved too adept in most aspects of their game for Aughnamullen in this very entertaining contest that was played in bright if somewhat chilly conditions in Corduff on Sunday afternoon last. The victory sees Doohamlet take the intermediate football league for only ...

HARPS THE BEST

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23 Aug 2013 Comments Off on HARPS THE BEST
HARPS THE BEST

Monaghan Harps 0-18 Doohamlet 0-05 BY COLM SHALVEY MONAGHAN HARPS made a winning start to the Gormley uPVC SFC when they saw off an understrength Doohamlet in Clontibret last Saturday. The Harps were never really troubled in this one against a Doohamlet side who were without injured county star Colin Walshe, as well as county minor Barry McGinn, midfielder Greg Duffy and top scorer Paul McArdle, who is in the USA. The Harps had good performances from Emmett McArdle, Niall Hahessy, Michael Galligan and Gary White, while Martin Hughes and Niall Connolly worked hard for ...

CLONTIBRET COLLECT NEEDED POINTS

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17 May 2013 Comments Off on CLONTIBRET COLLECT NEEDED POINTS
CLONTIBRET COLLECT NEEDED POINTS

BY COLM SHALVEY Clontibret 1-09 Doohamlet 1-02 CLONTIBRET returned to winning ways in the Drumlin Group of Credit Unions Senior Football League when they proved too strong for parish rivals Doohamlet at home last Sunday. Clontibret went in on the back of three straight defeats, while Doohamlet were in confident form after beating Ballybay the previous Wednesday, but that mattered little as the hosts ran out comfortable winners. Clontibret, who brought John Paul and Dessie Mone back in but were without the suspended Fergal Mone, could afford to kick ten wides and still have seven ...

A BRIDE TOO FAR FOR GUTSY DOOHAMLET

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23 Nov 2012 Comments Off on A BRIDE TOO FAR FOR GUTSY DOOHAMLET
A BRIDE TOO FAR FOR GUTSY DOOHAMLET

COOKSTOWN 1-06 DOOHAMLET 0-08 This is one that Doohamlet will look back on as the one that got away as they allowed Cookstown Fr Rocks off the hook in a tense finale by squandering a number of chances for at least an equaliser and that would have forced extra time in difficult conditions in Brewster Park, Enniskillen, on Sunday afternoon last. John Gilmore opened the scoring for the Tyrone champions when he converted a ‘45 in the third minute and Doohamlet might well have been level if not in front before Cookstown struck again ...

NO SUCCESS FOR MONAGHAN CLUBS IN ULSTER CLUB SEMI FINALS

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23 Nov 2012 Comments Off on NO SUCCESS FOR MONAGHAN CLUBS IN ULSTER CLUB SEMI FINALS
NO SUCCESS FOR MONAGHAN CLUBS IN ULSTER CLUB SEMI FINALS

A day of drama ended joyless for county’s standard-bearers -but, like General Patton, they shall return by JOHN GRAHAM In a day of dramatic action in the Ulster club championship senior, intermediate and junior semi finals there was drama aplenty and numerous talking points, but, at the end of the day, it was bitter disappointment for Monaghan’s two representatives, Doohamlet in the intermediate series and Drumhowan in the junior. For these two clubs their semifinal outings will be games that will cause some soul-searching in the weeks and maybe even months ahead ...

A DAY WHEN SMALL DETAILS MATTERED….

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23 Nov 2012 Comments Off on A DAY WHEN SMALL DETAILS MATTERED….
A DAY WHEN SMALL DETAILS MATTERED….

BY JOHN GRAHAM It would be easy in analysing this game to look at just the small things that influenced the overall outcome but that would be to do a disservice to two very evenly matched teams who both put in sterling performances. Overall Doohamlet will rue those late missed chances and a few earlier in the game as well as the little lapse that allowed Cookstown Fr Rocks in for that early goal, but it would be churlish to just talk about those in isolation as Doohamlet showed just ...

DOOHAMLET AND DRUMHOWAN FLY MONAGHAN FLAG AS BALLYBAY EXIT

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9 Nov 2012 Comments Off on DOOHAMLET AND DRUMHOWAN FLY MONAGHAN FLAG AS BALLYBAY EXIT
DOOHAMLET AND DRUMHOWAN FLY MONAGHAN FLAG AS BALLYBAY EXIT

Two out of three ain’t bad … Monaghan honour was well upheld on the weekend’s provincial stage. by COLM SHALVEY Doohamlet and Drumhowan will fly the Monaghan flag in the Ulster club championship semi-finals after Ballybay’s first provincial SFC campaign in 25 years came to an early exit. Ballybay needed everything stacked in their favour if they were to get past a handy Kilcoo outfit, who defeated St. Eunan’s of Letterkenny in their last Ulster club appearance three years ago. It didn’t work out that way, however, as this game in Clones proved ...

DOOHAMLET PERFECT WINNING HABIT TO RECLAIM INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP CROWN

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12 Oct 2012 Comments Off on DOOHAMLET PERFECT WINNING HABIT TO RECLAIM INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP CROWN
DOOHAMLET PERFECT WINNING HABIT TO RECLAIM  INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP CROWN

BY COLM SHALVEY Two out of three ain’t bad for Doohamlet, who repeated their 2010 McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship Final over Tyholland in Clontibret last Sunday. Doohamlet certainly got it tougher than two years ago, in the second half at least, although they deserved to just shade it overall. The mid-Monaghan men were in total control in the first half and were well worth their five-point interval lead, which should have been more as they also had six wides and an early goal chance saved. Tyholland were a different proposition ...

WIMBLEDON WINNER HAS MONAGHAN CONNECTION

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13 Jul 2012 Comments Off on WIMBLEDON WINNER HAS MONAGHAN CONNECTION
WIMBLEDON WINNER HAS MONAGHAN CONNECTION

By Cianna McNally Although many people may have tuned in to the Wimbledon men’s doubles final on Saturday last, 7th July, some may be surprised to learn that winner Jonathan Marray has a strong local connection as his mother Kathleen (nee King) hails from Doohamlet, Co Monaghan. The Sheffield-based athlete became the first English man to lift the men’s doubles trophy in 76 years, which understandably sparked scenes of great excitement in the Castleblayney area and beyond. Jonathan’s aunt, Maura McEneaney who lives in Tullycarra, Castleblayney told the Northern Standard ...

NEVER-SAY-DIE DOOHAMLET DAZZLES

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8 Jun 2012 Comments Off on NEVER-SAY-DIE DOOHAMLET DAZZLES
NEVER-SAY-DIE DOOHAMLET DAZZLES

DOOHAMLET 0-15 SEANS 1-08 JOHN GRAHAM reports from Clontibret IF THE theory that a good start and a strong finish are key elements in securing a victory in team sport, then Doohamlet applied that theory in last Sunday evening’s intermediate football championship game between themselves and Sean McDermotts in Clontibret. Doohamlet started in flying fashion and had three points on the board inside three minutes but thereafter they found themselves in a real dingdong contest as Sean McDermotts belied their league form to push the former senior side until the three-quarter stage and at ...