Articles tagged with: Ulster SFC

FERMANAGH SET UP MONAGHAN CLASH FOR PLACE IN ULSTER FINAL

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4 Jun 2015 Comments Off on FERMANAGH SET UP MONAGHAN CLASH FOR PLACE IN ULSTER FINAL

Monaghan will face Fermanagh in  their Ulster SFC semi-final on June 21st after the Erne County defeated Antrim in Enniskillen last Sunday. by COLM SHALVEY Fermanagh avenged last year’s loss by claiming their first provincial championship win since 2010. Fermanagh beat Cavan that time only to fall to a heavy semi-final defeat against Monaghan and the counties now meet again at the same stage and possibly the same venue of Kingspan Breffni Park. Fermanagh only led by two points with an hour gone at Brewster Park, but they pulled away with ...

SUPPORTERS CANNOT WAIT FOR ULSTER DERBY DUEL CHAMPIONSHIP

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2 May 2015 Comments Off on SUPPORTERS CANNOT WAIT FOR ULSTER DERBY DUEL CHAMPIONSHIP
SUPPORTERS  CANNOT WAIT  FOR ULSTER  DERBY DUEL CHAMPIONSHIP

The Cavan v Monaghan Ulster SFC clash is fast approaching. A Cavan native living in county Monaghan and a Monaghan man living in county Cavan give their views on what’s likely to happen on May 24th next. by KEVIN CARNEY For some fans of a certain vintage, Gaelic football these days is flat beer compared to the champagne commonly served up in times past. Those who claim to have often been lulled into somnolence by a lot of the football played this year so far are doubtless harbouring hopes that a ...

DOWN NEXT ON THE AGENDA FOR WORKMAN-LIKE MONAGHAN

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8 Jun 2012 Comments Off on DOWN NEXT ON THE AGENDA FOR WORKMAN-LIKE MONAGHAN
DOWN NEXT ON THE AGENDA FOR WORKMAN-LIKE MONAGHAN

Monaghan can approach their Ulster SFC semi-final with confidence if Down’s travails against 14-man Fermanagh are a gauge. by KEVIN CARNEY Monaghan now stand between Down and a first appearance in an Ulster SFC final in nine years following the Mourne county’s workmanlike win over Fermanagh last weekend. The intensity and work-rate demonstrated by James McCartan’s troops suggests that the June 24th provincial semi-final shoot-out between his side and Monaghan will be a test of the ‘survival of the fittest’. In such a scenario, discipline is likely to be a key part ...