Articles tagged with: Magheracloone

MAGHERACLOONE ROAD CLOSURES TO REMAIN UNTIL EARLY NOVEMBER

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19 Oct 2018 Comments Off on MAGHERACLOONE ROAD CLOSURES TO REMAIN UNTIL EARLY NOVEMBER
MAGHERACLOONE ROAD CLOSURES TO REMAIN UNTIL EARLY NOVEMBER

Magheracloone road closures to remain until early November As Cathaoirleach Colm Carthy asks Gyproc for answers By Veronica Corr As we went to press yesterday (Wednesday) evening, Monaghan County Council issued the following statement on the Magheracloone subsidence issue: There has been no evidence of further movements in ground conditions in the last week. Monitoring and surveying of the lands and public roads at Magheracloone continues following a programme agreed by Monaghan County Council and the Department of Communications, Climate Action and Environment (DCCAE) with Gyproc Ireland Ltd. and SRK Consultants, ...

MAGHERACLOONE SMASH-AND-GRAB

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26 Oct 2012 Comments Off on MAGHERACLOONE SMASH-AND-GRAB
MAGHERACLOONE SMASH-AND-GRAB

M’CLOONE 2-15 CLONTIBRET 0-19 BY JOHN GRAHAM MAGHERACLOONE are still in with the chance of taking some silverware for the year after they staged a late smash and grab act in O’Neill Park, Clontibret on Sunday last to heap further disappointment on Clontibret when they denied them a place in the final of the senior football league. Clontibret had already suffered the huge disappointment of losing the final of the senior football championship but for long periods on Sunday last they looked as if they would get some measure of compensation for that ...

DISAPPOINTMENT TURNS TO DELIGHT FOR MAGHERACLOONE

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12 Oct 2012 Comments Off on DISAPPOINTMENT TURNS TO DELIGHT FOR MAGHERACLOONE
DISAPPOINTMENT  TURNS TO DELIGHT FOR MAGHERACLOONE

MAGHERACLOONE 2-10 DONAGHMOYNE 1-10 BY JOHN GRAHAM MAGHERACLOONE who were defeated in the final of the minor football league a couple of weeks back made ample amends on Sunday afternoon last when they won the Maguire International sponsored minor football championship division 2 title, the game played as the curtain raiser to the intermediate championship final. In the early stages though it didn’t look all that promising for the Mitchells as it was Donaghmoyne who made the early running and had 1-3 on the board before Magheracloone opened their account. Once they got motoring ...

EMVALE’S MINORS ON TOP IN HIGH SCORING REPLAY

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28 Sep 2012 Comments Off on EMVALE’S MINORS ON TOP IN HIGH SCORING REPLAY
EMVALE’S MINORS  ON TOP IN HIGH SCORING REPLAY

EMYVALE 3-11 MAGHERACLOONE 1-13 BY JOHN GRAHAM THE PREDATORY instincts of Ryan McAnespie were the central plank of this Emyvale victory in the replayed final of the minor football league division 2 that was played in somewhat greasy conditions in Blackhill on Saturday afternoon last. Mc Anespie finished with the impressive tally of 3-8 with just three of those points coming from frees as he tortured the Magheracloone defence with his pace, skill and most importantly his finishing in what was a veritable tour de force by the county minor star. This was a most ...

FORGET THE LORD OF THE DANCE, MAKE WAY FOR MAGHERACLOONE’S DANCING QUEEN!

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17 Aug 2012 Comments Off on FORGET THE LORD OF THE DANCE, MAKE WAY FOR MAGHERACLOONE’S DANCING QUEEN!
FORGET THE LORD OF THE DANCE, MAKE WAY FOR MAGHERACLOONE’S DANCING QUEEN!

By Veronica Corr Congratulations to former Carrickmacross reporter for The Northern Standard Blathnaid McCaul, ADCRG, who recently passed her exams with An Coimisiún le Rincí Gaelacha, which means she is now a Commission Certified Irish Dance Adjudicator. Her older sister Sorcha, who is six-time World Champion and toured extensively with Riverdance, also holds the distinction, having completed the same exams two years ago. Blathnaid took her ADCRG along with nine others, and only four out of the ten passed, such is the high standard required. The Sorcha McCaul School of Irish Dancing aside, there ...

MAGHERACLOONE BEST IN CRACKING INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL DECIDER

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17 Aug 2012 Comments Off on MAGHERACLOONE BEST IN CRACKING INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL DECIDER
MAGHERACLOONE BEST IN CRACKING  INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL DECIDER

MAGHERACLOONE 2-11 AGHABOG 1-10 By BRENDA MCANESPIE MAGHERACLOONE had to work their socks off before securing the IFC title on a 2-11 to 1-10 scoreline after a tremendous battle with a game Aghabog crew. This was a decider that was always going to be a close contest and one in which the destination of the spoils remained unclear right to the end of the game with both teams battling it out to return to senior championship ranks for 2013. After only one minute of play Magheracloone recorded the first point from Niamh Kindlon, a player who was ...

CURRIN DOWNS MAGHERACLOONE IN THRILLER

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27 Apr 2012 Comments Off on CURRIN DOWNS MAGHERACLOONE IN THRILLER
CURRIN DOWNS MAGHERACLOONE IN THRILLER

CURRIN 0-07 MAGHERACLOONE 0-06 COLM SHALVEY reports from Scotshouse CURRIN won a Senior Football League game for the first time in their 126-year history when they produced a strong second-half performance to edge out Magheracloone in Scotshouse. Currin trailed by 0-6 to 0-5 at the interval but, amazingly, they scored the only two points of the second half. It wasn’t one for the purist, with 55 frees being awarded over the hour, but the manner of this historic victory will be secondary to Currin. Currin dominated at midfield, winning over ...

The Latton O’Rahillys and Magheracloone show

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19 Nov 2010 Comments Off on The Latton O’Rahillys and Magheracloone show
The Latton O’Rahillys and Magheracloone show

The curtain is soon to come down on another club season in Monaghan, with only the Senior and Intermediate Football League Finals to be played, writes COLM SHALVEY