Latest News – 13-09-2020

ACFL Division 2

Our senior team had a very good win over Cashel on Saturday evening last in Monaduff. The full-time score was 1-17 to 1-6 in our favour. The team and scorers were as follows:

Aiden Gray, Cian Murphy, Cian Brady, Derek McCormack (0-1), Mark Hughes (0-1), Liam Lynch, Emmet Noonan (0-3), Paddy Collum, Seán Whelan, Cian Cassidy (0-5), Pauric Gill (1-3), Conor Keenan, Ryan Crowe, Eoin Keane (0-2), Podge Gill (0-1)

Subs used:

Stephen Cosgrave, Nigel Kiernan (0-1, 1f), Mark Duffy, Kevin Whitney, Philip Kane.

Thank you to Joseph Gill for live streaming the match for our supporters.

Our next game in the league is this Saturday, September 19th against Kenagh in McGann Park at 6pm.

The club wishes Martin Cassidy a speedy recovery from the injury sustained in the championship against Slashers


ACFL Division 4

Our Reserve team played Carrickedmond on Sunday afternoon last in Michael Moran Park. We won on a scoreline of 3-10 to 1-11. The match was played as 13 a-side. The team and scorers were as follows: Aiden Gray, Cian Murphy, Cian Brady, Micheál Kane, Stephen Cosgrave, Nigel Kiernan (1-1), Mark Breslin (1-0), Mark Duffy, Kevin Whitney, David Cassidy (0-2), Ciarán Cooney (0-1), Petie Collum (0-5, 3f), Podge Gill (1-1, goal from penalty)

Subs used:

Mike Kiernan, Jonathan Connell, Gearóid Nertney, Mark Prunty, Shane Hagan


The Reserves have their next match this Sunday, September 20th, at 2pm in Monaduff against Ardagh/Moydow


Danny McGee Tribute

In memory of Danny McGee, money raised from last year’s SingForMe Festival in Cavan was for The Kevin Bell Trust. A portion of the money raised was put towards a plaque to remember Danny, not just for the night of the festival but for years to come. The quote on the plaque is some of Danny’s words from his SmileForMe post. The club was deeply honoured to be presented with the plaque on Saturday last and it is now proudly on the wall in Monaduff. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.


The club extends sympathy to the family and friends of Mary McKiernan (née Martin, formerly Ballinamuck) who passed away recently. Solas na bhFlaitheas uirthi.