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Monaghan Senior Hurling Final: The Monaghan Senior Hurling Final between Castleblayney and Truagh Gaels was played in Clontibret on Bank Holiday Monday, August 5th 2019. This was an historic occasion for the Truagh Club as it was the first time that they appeared in the Senior County Hurling final. This in itself was an important achievement as hurling is not a part of the GAA programme that is taken very seriously in the county or indeed the province. Over the years Truagh has always promoted hurling and much work has been done to progress in competitions and this year an extra effort has resulted in getting to the County Final. On the day however that little bit extra experience possessed by the opposition prevented them from lifting the Cup but the commitment and intense effort made by the Truagh players must be commended. It was a tough game and nothing spared throughout. Truagh were matching the opposition in quality of play and effort but the proficiency of a couple of the Blayney squad sealed the game and gave the victory to the Faughs. The Truagh panel had 34 players which augers well for the future and they are worth naming here: Niall Slevin, Gareth Mohan, Dylan McAree, Eamonn Sheehan, Kieran McGuirk, Daniel Tobin, Shane McClave, Conor Boyle, Matthew Flood, Gavin Baxter, Pearse McKenna, Conor Treanor, Conor McKenna, Aiden Coyle, Brendan McQuaid, Cillian Sherry, Francis McKenna, Darren Caulfield, Aaron Boyle, Chris Flood, Damien McCarron, Fergal Flood, Niall Myers, Karl Mcmeel, Jamie Black, Noel Flood, Gary treanor, Jarlath Treanor, Luke Mulligan, Niall Campbell, Emmett O’Neill, Ryan McKenna, Ryan Boyle. Mark Treanor, Blayney, was the winner of the Player of the Match, though I would have selected Aiden Coyle, Truagh, as Man-of-the- Match. Peter Treanor collected the Cup for his team.
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Monaghan Senior Hurling Final: The Monaghan Senior Hurling Final between Castleblayney and Truagh Gaels was played in Clontibret on Bank Holiday Monday, August 5th 2019. This was an historic occasion for the Truagh Club as it was the first time that they appeared in the Senior County Hurling final. This in itself was an important achievement as hurling is not a part of the GAA programme that is taken very seriously in the county or indeed the province. Over the years Truagh has always promoted hurling and much work has been done to progress in competitions and this year an extra effort has resulted in getting to the County Final. On the day however that little bit extra experience possessed by the opposition prevented them from lifting the Cup but the commitment and intense effort made by the Truagh players must be commended. It was a tough game and nothing spared throughout. Truagh were matching the opposition in quality of play and effort but the proficiency of a couple of the Blayney squad sealed the game and gave the victory to the Faughs. The Truagh panel had 34 players which augers well for the future and they are worth naming here: Niall Slevin, Gareth Mohan, Dylan McAree, Eamonn Sheehan, Kieran McGuirk, Daniel Tobin, Shane McClave, Conor Boyle, Matthew Flood, Gavin Baxter, Pearse McKenna, Conor Treanor, Conor McKenna, Aiden Coyle, Brendan McQuaid, Cillian Sherry, Francis McKenna, Darren Caulfield, Aaron Boyle, Chris Flood, Damien McCarron, Fergal Flood, Niall Myers, Karl Mcmeel, Jamie Black, Noel Flood, Gary treanor, Jarlath Treanor, Luke Mulligan, Niall Campbell, Emmett O’Neill, Ryan McKenna, Ryan Boyle. Mark Treanor, Blayney, was the winner of the Player of the Match, though I would have selected Aiden Coyle, Truagh, as Man-of- the-Match. Peter Treanor collected the Cup for his team.