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ELEVEN FIND THE TARGET AS TRUAGH WIN BY 23-POINTS WITH THIRD IMPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE ON THE TROT

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26 Apr 2013 Comments Off on ELEVEN FIND THE TARGET AS TRUAGH WIN BY 23-POINTS WITH THIRD IMPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE ON THE TROT
ELEVEN FIND THE TARGET AS TRUAGH WIN BY 23-POINTS WITH THIRD IMPRESSIVE PERFORMANCE ON THE TROT

Truagh 2-19 Drumhowan 0-02 BY KEVIN CARNEY TRUAGH’S rehabilitation in the IFL looks like being a short and sweet one on the evidence of this facile win over a desperately poor Drumhowan side on Saturday evening last. In engineering their third win from as many outings in this year’s league, the north county crew displayed a collective spirit and an individual cutting edge that augurs well for their chances of making it back to senior ranks in double-quick time. The statistic that the winners sported 11 different scorers over the hour and their incisiveness in ...

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 ...

DRUMHOWAN WORTHY WINNERS IN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

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5 Oct 2012 Comments Off on DRUMHOWAN WORTHY WINNERS IN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL
DRUMHOWAN WORTHY WINNERS IN JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

By COLM SHALVEY The Packie Boylan Cup will spend the winter in Drumhowan for the third time since 2006 after they deservedly held on to edge out Emyvale in the Universal Graphics Junior Football Championship Final last Sunday. Drumhowan’s win was their fifth in all, taking them level with Cremartin at the top of the roll of honour. Emyvale had lost just three times in 20 games this year prior to last Sunday and they went into the final on the back of rattling in 4-18 against Éire Óg in ...

DOGGED DRUMHOWAN REGAIN CROWN

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5 Oct 2012 Comments Off on DOGGED DRUMHOWAN REGAIN CROWN
DOGGED DRUMHOWAN REGAIN CROWN

DRUMHOWAN 1-11 EMYVALE 3-04 By JOHN GRAHAM ULSTER and Monaghan club junior football club champions 2008, Drumhowan are back on the provincial scene again after they held out for the narrowest of victories over Emyvale in this pulsating junior football championship final that built to a nerve tingling finish in Scotstown on Sunday last. Overall Drumhowan were worthy winners as they battled for everything and showed the greater degree of hunger at vital times. Those qualities were seen to best effect in the final quarter after they had been rocked by two Emyvale ...

CONTEST OF EQUALS WILL DECIDE QUEST FOR JUNIOR GLORY AT THE WEEKEND

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28 Sep 2012 Comments Off on CONTEST OF EQUALS WILL DECIDE QUEST FOR JUNIOR GLORY AT THE WEEKEND
CONTEST OF EQUALS WILL DECIDE QUEST FOR JUNIOR GLORY AT THE WEEKEND

Formbook suggests there’ll be little to choose between Emyvale and Drumhowan on Sunday. by JOHN GRAHAM. vital ingredient for success in any team sport is to build up a level of consistency throughout a competition and in that regard the protagonists in Sunday’s final of the Universal Graphics junior football championship are there on merit as they have been two of the most consistent teams in junior ranks of this year. However if in measuring their respective levels of consistency and using that to confer the tag of favourites on one ...

DRUMHOWAN NEAR ULTIMATE GOAL

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7 Sep 2012 Comments Off on DRUMHOWAN NEAR ULTIMATE GOAL
DRUMHOWAN NEAR ULTIMATE GOAL

DRUMHOWAN 0-14 CLONES 0-09 BY JOHN GRAHAM A HUNGRIER Drumhowan brought a degree of intensity to this junior championship semi-final that proved just that little bit too potent for a Clones side who gave their all throughout but who could not prevent one of the favourites moving through to the final with a little bit to spare. Drumhowan were only headed once in the entire contest and that after just 30 seconds when Paul Shiels opened the scoring with a point for Clones but thereafter Drumhowan more ...