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Thursday 1 June 2023 Dublin: 16°C

# Monaghan

All time
# Ulster SFC
Cavan into Ulster semis after first championship win over Monaghan in 18 years
Mickey Graham’s side shocked their neighbours at Breffni Park.
# Round-Up
Defending Ulster minor champions Monaghan get off to winning start while Tyrone hold off Donegal
There were also victories for Cavan and Derry in the first round of their provincial campaigns.
'An attack on the most vulnerable': HSE introduces fees for transport to disability day services
One family told their local MEP they were facing a €2,000 annual bill.
# Castleblayney
Gardaí investigating after thieves use digger to steal ATM in Monaghan
The alarm was raised at 3am this morning.
# Going Down
Heartbreak as Monaghan ladies suffer relegation to Division 2 after one-point defeat in Thurles
Monaghan fought back bravely but came up short in the end as Tipperary held on for a priceless victory.
# Courts
Monaghan mechanic (55) found guilty of IRA membership at Special Criminal Court
James Joseph Cassidy will be sentenced on 29 April.
# Derby Day
'Whoever loses, basically, is relegated' - Monaghan star on pressure of Saturday's clash
Conor McManus knows the importance of his team’s derby against Cavan
# Skills
Sean O'Shea proves sideline score was no fluke with latest effort against Monaghan
The Kerry footballer scored 0-8 during the Kingdom’s win this afternoon.
# Rampant Rebels
Finn ignites Cork hopes of league semi-final after marauding display against Monaghan
Five goals from five different goalscorers earned the Rebels a comfortable 25-point win in Inniskeen.
# Shooting Stars
O'Shea and Walsh point the way as Kerry beat Monaghan to claim fifth league win
Peter Keane’s side are on course for a place in the league decider.
# top of the table
Galway and Donegal maintain perfect starts to league campaign as they battle it out at the top
Three wins for three after Galway’s win over Westmeath and Donegal’s defeat of Monaghan.
# Off the Mark
1-6 for Harte helps clinical Tyrone to first league victory against off-colour Monaghan
Conor McManus kicked seven points for the Farney men but it wasn’t enough to stop the visitors.
Dublin v Mayo, Tyrone v Monaghan - Saturday GAA match tracker
Cork and Meath also clashed tonight in Páirc Uí Rinn.
# Winning formula
Tyrone tweak starting line-up in search of first league win against Monaghan
Niall Morgan’s late free saved Mickey Harte’s side from three successive defeats in Division 1 a fortnight ago.
# hard brexit
Former Real IRA commander: Even cameras on masts would be seen as 'spy posts' in border regions
John Connolly, the group’s leader in prison in the 2000s, says things would change dramatically in the event of a hard border.
# not for the purist
Galway edge Monaghan in dour spectacle to pick up second league win
Galway’s blanket defence frustrated Monaghan’s forward line this afternoon.
# Blayney In Croker
'The colour around the town has helped the thing, helped to lift everyone's mood'
Monaghan’s Castleblayney are an unlikely presence today on All-Ireland hurling final day in Croke Park.
# oh to be a rossie
Late Smith penalty seals big win for Roscommon as they halt Monaghan's bright start to 2019
Ex-Kerry senior Conor Cox pointed the way for the Rossies.
# Comeback kings
Monaghan topple All-Ireland champions Dublin once again in Clones league opener
Goals from Stephen O’Hanlon and Shane Carey saw the Farney county come out on top.
# curtain raiser
Gavin names team as champions Dublin prepare for National League opener away in Clones
Dublin get the defence of their National Football League title underway against Monaghan tomorrow afternoon.
# Monaghan
Two people killed in single-vehicle collision in Monaghan
A man and a woman in their 70s were killed in the accident shortly before 6pm this evening.
# don't ask don't get
'Ladies footballers need to be offered more... travel expenses could be a start'
But it’s up to players to ask for more too, says Monaghan midfielder Muireann Atkinson.
# Something's in the water
The shed out the back where the McKenna brothers' boxing dream began
Aaron and Stevie McKenna now live in California while pursuing their dreams of world titles.
'It's a massive challenge' - Monaghan ready for big 2019 under new management
Former Monaghan hurler Niall Treanor has taken the reins of the senior ladies team.
# Monaghan
Gardaí seize cash and Viagra pills in raids targeting organised crime gang in border region
CAB said that a total of eight searches were carried out in Monaghan.
# magheracloone
Another sinkhole has appeared in Co Monaghan
The affected road will remain closed as local diversions to the school and church are in place.
# Seizure
Gardaí seize €500,000 worth of counterfeit Toyota parts following search in Monaghan
No arrests were made and investigations are ongoing.
# Ballybay
Gardaí investigating after digger used in robbery of ATM in Co Monaghan
The incident occurred at around 3am at a bank on Main Street, Ballybay.
# Castleblaney
Hundreds of mourners attend funeral of 47 year-old Stephen Marron in Co Monaghan
The father-of-two was killed following a two-car collision in Castleblayney on Tuesday night.
# Castleblaney
Man charged over fatal Monaghan crash on Tuesday night
Stephen Marron (47) was killed when the Skoda Octavia he was sitting in was struck by a silver Audi on Main Street in Castleblayney, Co. Monaghan.
# Monaghan
Castleblayney crash: Arrested man had 'left garda station in a hurry after being recognised'
The man remains in garda custody.
# Castleblayney
Town in shock after popular local killed in incident where garda was dragged 500 metres by car
Stephen Marron was assistant sacristan of the local parish and was driving a car which was crashed into by the car dragging the garda.
# Castleblayney
GSOC launches inquiry after driver killed and garda dragged for 500 metres by second car in Monaghan
A man in his 40s has been arrested and is being detained at Carrickmacross Garda Station.
# Winning
'Amelia was only born and they were onto me to get back out!' - Balancing motherhood and football
Cathriona McConnell’s Donaghmoyne face Foxrock-Cabinteely in the All-Ireland club semi-final tomorrow.
# Dual mandate
Former Wolves goalkeeper Aaron McCarey rules out GAA return
McCarey, who was a Monaghan minor footballer for two years, is focusing on his career in another code.
# Double trouble
'It'll be unbelievable to have two brothers from Monaghan fighting over here in Los Angeles'
Monaghan teenager Aaron McKenna returns to the ring live on ESPN on Thursday night.
# Castleblayney
Man (20s) due in court over serious assault at house in Monaghan
The incident happened at Sruth an Luir, Oram, Castleblayney on Sunday.
# That Sinking Feeling
Engineers say there's more subsidence near Monaghan sink hole site
Further investigations are ongoing.
# Pylons
Government says overground option for North-South interconnector will go ahead as planned
The Minister for Communications confirmed that the interconnector would be constructed even in the event of a hard Brexit.
# Carrickmacross
Woman (70s) dies after being hit by truck in Monaghan
The incident took place on Main Street in Carrickmacross.