The victory means a lot to the Barrowside boys for it helped the side maintain their progress.
Having endured many difficult days in the past this side showed a steely determination and a willingness to work hard all over the pitch.
Patrick Weston Joyce interpreted this as "a place full of little hills or brakes".
Monaghan County Council's preferred interpretation is "land of the little hills", a reference to the numerous drumlins in the area.
The Menapii are the only known Celtic tribe specifically named on Ptolemy’s 150 AD map of Ireland, where they located their first colony- Menapia – on the Leinster coast circa 216 BC.
They later settled around Lough Erne, becoming known as the Fir Manach, and giving their name to Fermanagh and Monaghan.
Reigning All-Ireland champions Dublin were the toast of the evening and Jim Gavin’s men were led onto the red carpet by the winner of the footballer of the year gong, 22-year-old Jack Mc Caffrey. The last couple of years have been a bit of rollercoaster for me,” he added.
The Irish name Muineachán derives from a diminutive plural form of the Irish word muine meaning "brake" (a thickly overgrown area) or sometimes "hillock".Showing a very strong spine down the centre of their side with both central defenders, Dean Rovers and Ryan Morris outstanding, their midfield pairing of Colum Feeney and Jordan Richards took total control, with the result the attack saw a plentiful supply of quality ball, as Niall Connolly, Eoin Burke and Jack Murphy, were showing effectively up front, quickly turning their opportunities into scores.Causing issues for the opposing defence, a further goal from Eoin Burke along with points from the same player, Niall Connolly and Jack Murphy had them leading 2-4 to 0-3 at the end of the opening quarter, as Keelan O'Byrne and Stephen Metcalfe managed points in between for the opposition.Mongan mac Fiachna, a 7th century King of Ulster, is the protagonist of several legends linking him with Manannan mac Lir.They spread across Ireland, evolving into historic Irish (also Scottish and Manx) clans.Captain Colm Feeney from CBS Secondary School, New Ross, with his winning team after they defeated Tullow C. in the Top Oil South Leinster Post Primary Junior hurling 'C1' final at the Wexford GAA Centre of Excellence in Ferns Goal hungry New Ross CBS turned in an excellent display that enabled them emerge with a comprehensive 21-point victory over a battling Tullow Community School in this Top Oil South Leinster Post Primary Junior Hurling 'C' final played at Ferns Centre of Excellence on Friday morning last.