Articles tagged with: Senior Football Championship

ORIEL PONDERS THE FUTURE AS CURTAIN FALLS ON EAMON MCENEANEY’S ERA

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20 Jul 2012 Comments Off on ORIEL PONDERS THE FUTURE AS CURTAIN FALLS ON EAMON MCENEANEY’S ERA
ORIEL PONDERS THE FUTURE AS CURTAIN FALLS ON EAMON MCENEANEY’S ERA

Co Board facing search for a successor who can bring out the full potential in a new generation. By COLM SHALVEY … It’s back to the drawing board yet again for Monaghan after last Sunday’s All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Round Two qualifier defeat away to Laois, which signalled the end of Eamon McEneaney’s two years in charge of the county’s senior footballers. A brace of first-half goals ultimately proved crucial as Laois saw off Monaghan by 2-12 to 0-12 at O’Moore Park. The first from Colm Kelly sparked debate – even slow-motion ...

BEATEN MANAGERS IN SPLIT DECISION WHO’LL WIN THE COUNTY FINAL ER

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7 Oct 2011 Comments Off on BEATEN MANAGERS IN SPLIT DECISION WHO’LL WIN THE COUNTY FINAL ER
BEATEN MANAGERS  IN SPLIT DECISION WHO’LL WIN THE  COUNTY FINAL  ER

The spectre of a draw in Sunday Gormley uPVC Senior Football Championship Final between Scotstown and Latton looms large on the horizion but Noel Marron (Ballybay boss) and David Reilly (Magheracloone) think an outright decision will be the outcome in Inniskeen. by KEVIN CARNEY It’ll be very close but if I had to call it, I would say Scotstown to win,” Donaghmoyne native Marron told the Standard this week. “We were beaten by Latton (1-8 to 1-9) in the semi-final, but I think they probably know themselves that that performance isn’t ...