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TRUAGH CLIMB FAMOUS CUSACK STAND STEPS AFTER CROKER CLASSIC

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14 Feb 2014 Comments Off on TRUAGH CLIMB FAMOUS CUSACK STAND STEPS AFTER CROKER CLASSIC
TRUAGH CLIMB FAMOUS CUSACK STAND STEPS AFTER CROKER CLASSIC

BY COLM SHALVEY Sunday’s AIB All-Ireland Club Intermediate Football Championship Final will live long in the memory of all who were in Croke Park to see Truagh reach the Promised Land at the end of an eight-month championship campaign. An incredible game produced thrills and spills throughout, with some score-taking out of the top drawer. 3-30 of the total of 4-34 came from open play, with Truagh hitting a very impressive 2-19 from play, but the numbers don’t even tell half the story of a thriller which saw both teams create a ...

ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS

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14 Feb 2014 Comments Off on ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS
ALL-IRELAND CHAMPIONS

Truagh 2-21 Kiltane 2-13 BY COLM SHALVEY TRUAGH became the second Monaghan club to win the All-Ireland IFC when they won an epic final against Kiltane of Mayo at Croke Park last Sunday. Truagh conceded two goals in the first six minutes, but they rallied strongly to lead by four points at half-time, with Mark Counihan and Daniel McKenna, who hit 1-7 from play, finding the net. Truagh survived some nervy moments midway through an action-packed second half as Kiltane piled on the pressure, but after seeing their advantage cut to a point on two ...

TRUAGH THROUGH TO FINAL

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30 Jan 2014 Comments Off on TRUAGH THROUGH TO FINAL
TRUAGH THROUGH TO FINAL

Truagh 2-10 Geraldines 1-09 By COLM SHALVEY Truagh qualified for their first ever All-Ireland final with a four-point win over Louth and Leinster IFC champions Geraldines after a dramatic finish to this semi-final at a wet and windy Crossmaglen last Sunday. Truagh looked to be cruising when they led by three points after playing into a strong wind in the first half and all the more so when Mark Counihan scored the opening goal just after the restart. An unanswered 1-5 blitz in the space of ten minutes brought Geraldines level, however, and they looked ...

ULSTER FINAL SPOTS BECKON FOR NORTH MONAGHAN CLUBS AT THE WEEKEND

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15 Nov 2013 One Comment
ULSTER FINAL SPOTS BECKON FOR NORTH MONAGHAN CLUBS AT THE WEEKEND

There is lots of excitement with Truagh and Emyvale competing for Ulster Club honours on Sunday. by COLM SHALVEY Neighbouring Monaghan clubs travel across Ulster this Sunday as they attempt to book places in provincial finals. Truagh and Emyvale are both going to be part of big occasions, as they open the billing for the Ulster Club SFC semi-finals in Omagh and Armagh respectively. Truagh are up against Derry champions Foreglen in the Ulster Club IFC. The Gaels were shocked by Donaghmoyne in the Monaghan preliminary round, but five straight wins over ...

TRUAGH V TYHOLLAND IFC FINAL

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25 Oct 2013 Comments Off on TRUAGH V TYHOLLAND IFC FINAL

TRUAGH’S FINEST SEE A BRIGHT FUTURE AFTER HISTORIC INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP WIN

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25 Oct 2013 Comments Off on TRUAGH’S FINEST SEE A BRIGHT FUTURE AFTER HISTORIC INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP WIN
TRUAGH’S FINEST SEE A BRIGHT FUTURE AFTER HISTORIC INTERMEDIATE CHAMPIONSHIP WIN

Truagh club got a fillip by winning the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship Final. by COLM SHALVEY Truagh followed in the footsteps of the recent championship victories of neighbours Scotstown and Emyvale when they won the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship Final against Tyholland last Sunday. This game went more or less according to the script, with Truagh’s youth and fitness eventually telling in the second half, but only after their credentials had been given a serious examination by a determined Tyholland team. The first half of this game was very entertaining, particularly ...

TRUAGH TAKE TITLE AND CLINCH PROMOTION

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25 Oct 2013 Comments Off on TRUAGH TAKE TITLE AND CLINCH PROMOTION
TRUAGH TAKE TITLE AND CLINCH PROMOTION

By John graham The final of the McGuigan Builders intermediate football championship took centre stage last weekend with the north Monaghan derby meeting of Truagh and Tyholland in Clontibret, where, despite the difficult prevailing weather conditions, these sides served up an intriguing contest but one where Truagh gradually got a vital grip and ran out deserving winners in the end to win promotion back to senior ranks at the first time of asking. For Tyholland it was another disappointing experience in an intermediate final as they also lost out in last year’s ...

TRUAGH ON AN ALL TIME HIGH

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25 Oct 2013 Comments Off on TRUAGH ON AN ALL TIME HIGH
TRUAGH ON AN ALL TIME HIGH

Truagh 0-14 Tyholland 0-11 By JOHN GRAHAM LAST Sunday’s north Monaghan derby clash between Truagh and Tyholland in the McGuigan Builders Intermediate Football Championship Final lived up to its billing as these sides served up a riveting contest that was in the balance for practically the entire 60 odd minutes at Clontibret. Conditions on the day were difficult with heavy rain before and during the earlier part of the match but both sides still contrived to play some excellent football, string nice flowing moves together and hit some great scores from play and free ...

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 ...

BLAYNEY CRUISE INTO THE FINAL

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27 Jul 2012 Comments Off on BLAYNEY CRUISE INTO THE FINAL
BLAYNEY CRUISE INTO THE FINAL

CASTLEBLAYNEY 3-16 TRUAGH 0-07 COLM SHALVEY reports from Gavan Duffy Park CASTLEBLAYNEY are one win away from retaining the Silver Hill Foods Senior Hurling Championship title after a commanding performance in last Thursday’s semi-final against Truagh at Gavan Duffy Park. Castleblayney quickly took charge with points from play by Stephen Forde and Barry Reilly and a 50-metre free by Mickey McHugh. A well-taken point by Gary Boyd was followed by two in quick succession from Forde, before Boyd hit another good score from out on the left wing. The gap became ten points ...