Great progress is being made out at the Donaghmoyne Road and the building is now almost up to...
6.13 Emyvale 3.09: The Emmets under twenty-one team and supporters travelled to Drumhowan on...
A huge crowd was in attendance at the Launch Night for Strictly Come Dancing 2 In the Shirley...
All roads lead to Clontibret on Saturday evening when local rivalry is renewed with neighbours Corduff. We hope the carrick supporters will come out in force and support our team as they look to progress in the Intermediate Championship.
Emmets were in action in Killanny in the final of the Division One Championship against Inniskeen on Tuesday night. The elements were not good with the persistent rain making underfoot conditions slippy. Emmets got the better start but wasted three attempts; two from Oisin Wilcox and one from a Karl McMenamin free kick.
The Reserve team came second best to Blackhill in the final of the “Reserve League” tonight in Oram. In a low scoring game the Emmets could only muster six-points for sixty-minutes of play; most of the players performed intermittently in a patchy performance dominated by three or four of the stronger players on the opposition team!
Emmets hit Six!
The15th August; traditionally a day for Blackrock however many Emmet supporters only got as far as Inniskeen to witness the first round of the Intermediate Championship where Carrickmacross faced the mid-Monaghan side Drumhowan on a perfect evening for football.
Another fine Wednesday evening in Magheracloone as the Emmets under-twelves took to the field to play Donaghmoyne in the final of the Coyle Cup. The two teams crossed hands before the game commenced and a large crowd from both clubs added greatly to the atmosphere of the occasion.
Under the blue sky of Monaghan town, the green of the Emmets shone brightly as the under-twelve (Division 5) team captured the Shield Cup in brilliant style against Emyvale.On a very hot Tuesday evening (18th August) this group of U12 boys played in their first competitive juvenile gaelic football final and they did themselves proud.
Declan Finnegan! Cumann Carraig Mhachaire Rois; CLG:
The club unit is led by the efforts of the faithful volunteers who give their time to the betterment of the community; it is from within this realm that our youth acquire their taste for a new sporting life at an early age;
No jackpot winner in last week's Carrick Emmets GAA lotto where the numbers drawn were 03, 13, 16, 20 - thank you to all those who played.
Congratulations to the KEEPING IT LOCAL lucky dip winners who all won vouchers from some of our good local supporting businesses:
Harry Murnaghan, Magheraboy Road - €50 (Global Tyres)
Anne McKeever, Ballybay Road - €20 (Keegan's Newsagents)
C&J McCabe, Lurgans - €20 (Monchichi Children's Boutique)
Pat McEntee, Ardee Road - €10 (Chamber of Commerce Voucher)
The jackpot is now at €2,500.00 with the next draw taking placed the Emmets Centre on Monday night!!