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Sunday 29 January 2023 Dublin: 5°C

# Monaghan

Last year
2022
# Division 1
Tyrone and Monaghan play out entertaining draw in Omagh blizzard
Goalkeeper Rory Beggan finished top-scorer for Monaghan with three points, including one from play.
# Dr McKenna Cup
Monaghan defeat Armagh on penalties and Donegal see off Derry in semi-final clashes
The final takes place next Saturday afternoon.
All time
# watty grahams
Malachy O'Rourke steers Derry's Glen to victory over Scotstown in Ulster clash
The new Derry champions had nine points to spare.
# Bird Flu
Avian flu found in Ireland for third time in a month after cases in Monaghan and Galway
The risk to humans is considered very low but people are advised not to handle sick or dead wild birds.
# Avian Influenza
Cases of bird flu detected among turkey flock in Co Monaghan
The highly pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1 has already been confirmed in birds across the island this year.
# ethics watchdog
SIPO considers whether Monaghan councillor's allegedly 'racist' leaflet breaches standards
It relates to material distributed by independent councillor Seamus Treanor ahead of the 2019 local elections.
# Seized
Man due in court over seizure of €150k worth of suspected cannabis in Monaghan
The drugs were seized following the search of a house in Monaghan on Monday.
Gardaí seize €150,000 worth of suspected cannabis in Monaghan
A man in his 20s was arrested at the scene
# appeal
Gardaí stand down search for 23-year-old man after recovery of a body
Gardaí were seeking the public’s assistance to locate Samuel Doyle.
# Monaghan
Truck driver (60s) dies in Monaghan collision
The driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
# Clones
Man to appear in court over fatal Monaghan car crash
The man will appear before Monaghan District Court at 10.30am today.
# Clones
Woman (50s) dies in single-car crash in Monaghan
Three others are being treated for their injuries following the early morning crash.
# FARNEY ARMY
Seamus 'Banty' McEnaney is staying on as Monaghan football manager
McEnaney is set for his third year in charge in his second stint at the helm.
# factory farm
Explosion in poultry farming in Border region poses air pollution threat
Report, seen by Noteworthy, shows over 250,000 tonnes of manure is being currently produced by the industry in Monaghan alone.
There are an estimated 18.5 million farmed chickens in Monaghan producing ammonia-laden manure.
Report, seen by Noteworthy's Niall Sargent, warns of "direct and indirect negative impacts on the environment locally".
Soil, water and air pollution an increasing concern.
# FARNEY ARMY
'Everybody came together in tragedy but here, everybody comes together with a win'
Monaghan minor star Brid McNally says the county ‘needed’ their Ulster title success after a difficult few weeks.
AS IT HAPPENED
Tyrone v Monaghan, Ulster SFC final
The Red Hand were crowned champions after a dramatic one-point win.
# Poignant
'There's bigger things than football here' - Down edge Monaghan in emotional Ulster U20 final
A cloud of sadness hung over the Athletic Grounds as late Monaghan captain Brendan Óg Ó Dufaigh was remembered throughout.
# Selections
Team news: Monaghan make one change for Ulster final, Luke Flynn replaces injured Feely for Kildare
The Ulster and Leinster deciders take place at Croke Park this weekend.
# Monaghan
Man jailed for eight years over death of 'vulnerable pensioner' in house fire
The man was 16 at the time of the offence.
# Courts
County Sheriff challenges requirement for him to retire at 70
The Courts Officers Act stipulates that Sheriffs must retire from office once they reach 70 years of age.
# Brendan Óg Ó Dufaigh
Community 'numb with grief' as funeral of Monaghan under-20s GAA captain takes place
The 19-year-old died in a car crash last Friday night.
# RIP
'Very emotional, it's been a tough week. My feeling is devastation for Ogie Duffy's family'
Monaghan senior boss Banty McEnaney paid tribute after U20 captain Brendan Óg Duffy was killed last night.
# RIP
Tributes paid following tragic death of Monaghan U20 captain Brendan Óg Duffy
Brendan Óg Duffy died in a car crash hours after captaining Monaghan to an Ulster championship semi-final win against Donegal.
# Clontibret
Teen driver dies after road crash in County Monaghan
The driver of one of the cars, a male aged in his teens, was pronounced dead at the scene.
# Team news
Armagh confirm Covid case ahead of Ulster semi-final against Monaghan, one change a-piece for Newry clash
Páirc Elser hosts tomorrow’s meeting, with throw-in down for 4pm.
# Young Guns
Donegal end Tyrone's three-in-a-row bid and set up Ulster semi-final clash with Monaghan
Down and Fermanagh also won their respective Ulster U20 football quarter-finals tonight.
# Concern
Monaghan's comfortable win over Fermanagh overshadowed by Conor McManus injury
A 10-point win came at a cost.
# New Jobs
Home care services company announces 750 new jobs in nationwide expansion
There will be 700 flexible carer jobs with 50 fulltime nursing, tutors and administrative staff roles nationwide.
# Top Flight
McCarron hits brilliant winner as Monaghan relegate Galway and Armagh retain Divsion 1 status
Roscommon were also relegated to Division 2 this afternoon.
# NFL
Donegal and Tyrone secure semi-final slots after dramatic shift in fortunes
Armagh and Monaghan are in relegation play-offs following comebacks from their Ulster rivals in tonight’s NFL games.
# top tier
Donegal salvage draw in high-scoring thriller with Monaghan
Tyrone, meanwhile, were five-point winners away to Armagh.
# Wrap
Armagh make winning return to Division One against Monaghan
Elsewhere, there were wins for Meath and Clare.
# found
16-year-old missing from Monaghan found safe and well
Gardaí said the teenager has since been located.
# Motorcyclist
Two motorcyclists killed in separate crashes in Monaghan and Meath
Both crashes occurred yesterday evening.
# Drug bust
One man arrested after €250,000 worth of cannabis plants seized in Monaghan
A man in his 30s was arrested yesterday and is being detained at Mullingar Garda Station.
# border counties
18 people arrested as part of a joint operation between Gardaí and PSNI
A total of six arrests were made by Gardaí, with five made for people driving under the influence of an intoxicant.
# Boost
Monaghan confirm major coup with the addition of Donie Buckley
The former Kerry and Mayo coach joins Seamus ‘Banty’ McEnaney’s backroom team.
# Building Blocks
'We know that there is an All-Ireland in this team' - Armagh finish 2020 on a high with Ulster title
The Orchard county edged past Monaghan in yesterday’s low-key provincial decider.
# Shebeen
Gardaí investigating after search of suspected shebeen at Monaghan property
Substantial quantities of alcohol and beer taps were seized during the search.
# Dramatic finish
2019 finalists Galway survive late Monaghan scare to set up last-four battle against Cork
Heartbreak for the Farney as Tim Rabbitt’s side were one-point winners at the death.