Articles tagged with: Seamus McEnaney

FORMER MANAGER OF ‘MASTER DEERY’S’ TELLS JUDGE OF HIS OBJECTION TO TRANSFER OF LICENCE

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7 Nov 2015 Comments Off on FORMER MANAGER OF ‘MASTER DEERY’S’ TELLS JUDGE OF HIS OBJECTION TO TRANSFER OF LICENCE

AN APPLICATION by well-known hotelier and Gaelic football personality Seamus McEnaney to transfer a publican’s licence to a premises in Monaghan town was objected to by one of the former managers of the premises in question when the matter came before Monday’s sitting of Monaghan District Court. The application by Mr Seamus McEnaney — who was described as a nominee of Carrickmacross-based company Wardglade Ltd — for the ad-interim transfer of a full publican’s licence had been granted at the court on 20th July last in respect of the premises known ...

RACE TO FIND NEW MONAGHAN COUNTY TEAM MANAGER IS UP AND RUNNING

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24 Aug 2012 Comments Off on RACE TO FIND NEW MONAGHAN COUNTY TEAM MANAGER IS UP AND RUNNING
RACE TO FIND NEW MONAGHAN COUNTY TEAM MANAGER IS UP AND RUNNING

In the wake of Eamonn McEneaney’s resignation Monaghan football is on the hunt for a new manager. by KEVIN CARNEY. The business of recruiting a man to become the public face of Monaghan football in 2013 was kick-started in earnest on Monday night last when the county committee met to rubber stamp the setting up of a four-man selection committee. The identity of the quartet charged with expediting the process of finding a successor to erstwhile county boss Eamonn McEneaney has been formally revealed and comes in the wake of the ...

Eight nominated for Monaghan Senior team manager post

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9 Sep 2010 Comments Off on Eight nominated for Monaghan Senior team manager post
Eight nominated for Monaghan Senior team manager post

The business of recruiting a man to lead Monaghan football in 2011 and beyond was kick-started in earnest on Monday night last as the final deadline for receipt of nominations by the county board passed. The county committee met for their September monthly meeting in Tyholland where it was disclosed that eight nominations in total for the vacant position of senior football team-manager were received by Secretary Sean McKenna. The meeting learned that only one person was nominated for the outgoing position of senior hurling team-manager and, similarily, just one person for ...

McEnaney quits as Monaghan manager

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26 Aug 2010 Comments Off on McEnaney quits as Monaghan manager
McEnaney quits as Monaghan manager

Seamus McEnaney has announced that he is not letting his name go through the nomination process to select the manager of the Monaghan senior county football team for next season. Incumbent in the position for the last six years, McEnaney was believed to be deeply unhappy about the recent Co Committee decision to conduct a selection procedure for the management role. In a statement confirming that he will not be submitting his name as a nominee for the manager’s position for next season, the man dubbed ‘the Banty’ describes the decision as ...

No decision yet on managerial positions

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19 Aug 2010 Comments Off on No decision yet on managerial positions
No decision yet on managerial positions

A large and representative section of the Monaghan GAA family has decided to put on hold the question of who’ll take charge of the county’s senior footballers, senior hurlers and minor hurlers in 2011. At their August monthly meeting on Monday evening last in Truagh, the County Committee voted by a majority decision to back a proposal allowing clubs to put forward nominations for the positions of all three outgoing managers, Seamus McEnaney, Frank Brady and Brendan Murphy. The county board has set a deadline of September 3rd next for ...

Crucial meeting on Monday night next to decide future of county managers

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12 Aug 2010 Comments Off on Crucial meeting on Monday night next to decide future of county managers
Crucial meeting on Monday night next to decide future of county managers

Seamus McEnaney will know on Monday night next whether he is to be afforded the opportunity to commence a seventh year in charge of the county senior football team. On Tuesday night last, members of the Management Committee of Monaghan GAA County Board agreed unanimously to put forward his name as their nominee for the post of senior county team-manager. Earlier that day (Tuesday) McEnaney had made it known to county board chiefs that he was interested in staying at the helm. This coming Monday night, August 16th, St. Mellan’s GAA Complex in ...

Ulster Final upset against holders Tyrone gives Monaghan a wake-up call

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22 Jul 2010 Comments Off on Ulster Final upset against holders Tyrone gives Monaghan a wake-up call
Ulster Final upset against holders Tyrone gives Monaghan a wake-up call

It’s win or bust for the Monaghan senior footballers in Saturday’s All-Ireland SFC fourth-round qualifier against Kildare in Croke Park. Séamus McEnaney and his team don’t have long to get over their crushing Ulster final defeat at the hands of Tyrone, with just six days between that game and this weekend’s return to action. They will be determined, however, to make up for the disappointment of last week and keep their championship hopes alive. McEnaney said after the Tyrone game “We won’t finish on that note; we won’t be walking away ...

Monaghan continue preparations in hope of an Ulster title

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12 Jul 2010 Comments Off on Monaghan continue preparations in hope of an Ulster title
Monaghan continue preparations in hope of an Ulster title

Monaghan’s appearance in the final of the Ulster senior football championship is an occasion to be savoured to the full as it is not something that comes around every year. True this is Monaghan’s second appearance in the Ulster championship final in four years having reached the final in 2007 but the county has to go back a further 19 years from 2007 for their previous appearance. Monaghan appeared in the final twice in the 1980’s and won both finals, making for a very heady atmosphere throughout the county ...