The Seniors met Inniskeen at home last Friday.  It was a tight first half and we were only down by two points going in at half time.  We pulled ahead by a point with a Shane Carey goal in 4th minute of the 2nd half.  Inniskeen kept fighting and scored the equalizing point in the 33rd minute.  Full time score – Scotstown 1-10, Inniskeen 0-13

They next meet Castleblayney on Saturday 16th June @ 7pm at home.


The Juniors were beaten by Drumhowan last Friday – Final Score Scotstown 2-07, Drumhowan 0-16

They next meet Eire Og on Saturday 16th June @ 5pm at home.


The Reserves met Clontibret in the Semi Final of the O’Duffy Cup Championship on Sunday.   Clontibret got the first score of the game and we were trailing by a point when a Francis Maguire goal in the 11th minute put us two points up.  Clontibret came back to level the game again but at the half time whistle we went in with a 1-5 to 0-7 point lead.  We came out very strong and kept edging ahead with some great points and hard work.  We outscored Clontibret in the second half by 9 points to 2 – bringing the final score to Scotstown 1-14, Clontibret 0-09.  We are now in the Final with the date and time to be confirmed.  They next meet Truagh at home on Wednesday 13th June @ 8pm in the RFL Round 8


The Div 2 Team are away to Castleblayney on Thursday 21st June @ 6pm.

The Div 5  Team  next meet Killeevan at home on Thursday 21st June @ 8pm.


The Div 1 Team  next meet Clones away on Saturday 16th  June @ 12pm.

The Div 2 Team are next away to Drumhowan on Thursday at 7.30pm

The Div 5 Team meet Truagh away on Tuesday 12th June @ 7.15pm in the Championship

Health & Wellbeing

Don’t forget to keep an eye on social media for the Schedules for the “One step at a time” walking groups.

Midsummer BBQ

Plans and preparations for the Midsummer BBQ on 23rd June are well and truly underway.  Anyone wishing to attend, can purchase tickets from any club member.  Its sure to be a good nights craic.

Club Shop

Club Shop is open 7-8 Friday

Bar Rota

Stephen McKenna & Pauric Connolly