Articles tagged with: inniskeen

CLUB YEAR COMES TO A CLOSE

GAA, Sport, Sports News »

6 Dec 2014 Comments Off on CLUB YEAR COMES TO A CLOSE
CLUB YEAR COMES TO A CLOSE

Inniskeen fell short in their Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship Final at the weekend, while Scotstown and Donaghmoyne lifted major Monaghan league titles. by COLM SHALVEY Inniskeen’s bid to win a second AIB Ulster Club Intermediate Football Championship ended when they lost out to a strong Warrenpoint side in last Sunday’s final at Armagh’s Athletic Grounds. Inniskeen were able to bring Dónal Meegan and Joe Butler back into the team after they missed their semi-final win over Derrylin, but Ronan Meegan was again on the bench, although he went on to ...

INNISKEEN MARCH ON AS CLONTIBRET BOW OUT OF ULSTER CHAMPIONSHIP

Sport »

21 Nov 2014 Comments Off on INNISKEEN MARCH ON AS CLONTIBRET BOW OUT OF ULSTER CHAMPIONSHIP

Monaghan clubs had mixed fortunes in big championship games last weekend, with Clontibret losing, Inniskeen winning and Monaghan Harps ladies managing both in less than 48 hours. by COLM SHALVEY The county’s wait for a first AIB Ulster Club Senior Football Championship title since 1991 goes on after Clontibret lost their semi-final against Slaughtneil in Omagh last Sunday. Clontibret were as experienced as any of the four teams in the semi-finals a wide-open championship minus big hitters like Crossmaglen, Ballinderry and Glenswilly – having themselves already knocked out Kilcoo and St. Gall’s ...

TYHOLLAND GRIND IT OUT

GAA, Sport, Sports News »

20 Sep 2013 Comments Off on TYHOLLAND GRIND IT OUT
TYHOLLAND GRIND IT OUT

Tyholland 3-07 Inniskeen 0-15 BY JOHN GRAHAM TYHOLLAND held out for the narrowest of victories to send Inniskeen crashing out of the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship in this very entertaining and at times highly exciting contest that built to an exhilarating finish in Emyvale on Saturday evening last. Goals eventually did the trick for Tyholland as they struck three in all, two in the opening 10 minutes of the second half, the second of those putting them in the lead for the first time and thereafter they hung in very effectively to ...

INNISKEEN V BLAYNEY SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

GAA, Picture Galleries, Sports News »

16 Aug 2013 Comments Off on INNISKEEN V BLAYNEY SENIOR HURLING CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL

CASTLEBLAYNEY HAVE CHANCE OF DOUBLE TO CAP VERY EXCITING SUMMER OF HURLING

GAA, Sport, Sports News »

21 Sep 2012 Comments Off on CASTLEBLAYNEY HAVE CHANCE OF DOUBLE TO CAP VERY EXCITING SUMMER OF HURLING
CASTLEBLAYNEY HAVE CHANCE OF DOUBLE TO CAP VERY EXCITING  SUMMER OF HURLING

Hurling BLAYNEY V INNISKEEN BY JOHN GRAHAM It has become a real power struggle between Inniskeen and Castleblayney as to who will be top dog on the hurling scene in the county this year and that hunger for success will be central when these two sides go head-to-head again on Sunday morning to decide the destination of this years Silver Hill Foods senior hurling league title. Castleblayney go into the game as reigning senior hurling champions having defeated Inniskeen in that final back on August 12th and they will be very keen and very ...

INNISKEEN INCH CLOSER TO TITLE

Sport, Sports News »

27 Jul 2012 Comments Off on INNISKEEN INCH CLOSER TO TITLE
INNISKEEN INCH CLOSER TO TITLE

EMYVALE 1-15 ORAM 1-09 JOHN GRAHAM reports from Shamrock Park INNISKEEN booked their place in the final of the Silver Hill Foods senior hurling championship by virtue of this six points victory over Clontibret in this very interesting and at times entertaining semi-final that was played in ideal conditions in Aughnamullen on Thursday evening last. Inniskeen were never headed in the entire contest after Ronan Meegan opened the scoring with a point in the third minute. The same player converted a free the following minute and then Inniskeen struck for two goals from ...

No All-Ireland Title

GAA, Sport »

4 Feb 2011 Comments Off on No All-Ireland Title
No All-Ireland Title

AIB All-Ireland Junior hurling Club Championship Semi Final Inniskeen’s dream of adding All Ireland glory to their Monaghan and Ulster titles lay in tatters on Sunday last after they were defeated by a stronger, more incisive John Lockes Kilkenny side in this hard hitting but hugely entertaining semi final that was played in bright if chilly conditions in Lakepoint Park, Mullingar on Sunday last. Inniskeen though lost nothing in defeat and they played with their hearts on their sleeves and matched the Kilkenny men in practically every aspect of play but ultimately ...

INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE TITLE FOR INNISKEEN

GAA, Sport »

21 Jan 2011 Comments Off on INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE TITLE FOR INNISKEEN
INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE TITLE FOR INNISKEEN

The oft postponed and long-awaited final of the 2010 Streamline Coaches sponsored Intermediate Football League saw Inniskeen clinch promotion to senior ranks for this year when they had two points to spare over Doohamlet at the end of a tough, physical battle in Drumhowan on Sunday last. A somewhat fortuitous goal with six minutes of normal time remaining, when Gavin Dooley seemed to get the final touch in a goalmouth scramble, was the score that set Inniskeen on their way to victory but they had to hold out as Doohamlet mounted ...

Intermediate league final falls victim to the big freeze again

GAA »

22 Dec 2010 Comments Off on Intermediate league final falls victim to the big freeze again
Intermediate league final  falls victim to the big freeze again

Their long delayed final of the Streamline Coaches sponsored intermediate football league between Doohamlet and Inniskeen has been postponed yet again, the return of the Arctic chill making for a situation where it was impossible to go ahead with last Sunday’s rescheduled fixture. Already postponed on four previous occasions it was hoped that the staging of the final on Sunday last would have completed the club fixtures programme within the calendar year but the weather again took a hand and for the first time in many years if not over a ...

Race is on as Doohamlet and Innisken battle it out for Intermediate football league glory

GAA »

17 Dec 2010 Comments Off on Race is on as Doohamlet and Innisken battle it out for Intermediate football league glory
Race is on as Doohamlet and Innisken battle it out for Intermediate football league glory

Barring the intervention of the weather yet again or some other unforeseen circumstance this Sunday should see the conclusion of the domestic programme of matches with the final of the Streamline Coaches sponsored intermediate football league between Doohamlet and Inniskeen in Drumhowan. This is a game that has been in the waiting for some time as it was originally fixed for November 21st but the recent inclement weather and Doohamlet’s involvement in the final of the Ulster intermediate club championship saw it put on hold in successive weekends all of which ...