Carrick Rovers
Carrick RoversCarrick Rovers have three senior teams in the Meath & District League. Premier, Premier Reserve, C Reserve. We have six team playing in the North Eastern Counties Schoolboys (Girls) League. U12, U13, U14, U15 P, U15 D1, U16.  We are members of the Monaghan Soccer Development League and we have two U11 teams which play in Gortkeegan (Monaghan United) on Saturday morning throughout the winter. We have a juvenile camp every Saturday for both boys and girls from the age of 5 up to 10 year old in Aclint Astro Turf pitches from 10am to 12 noon (October to April).  Carrick Rovers have started their own web-site and you can check us out by logging on to for more information.  Match reports are published in the local newspapers (The Northern Standard and Dundalk Democrat).

Address: Birdy Development Park, Ballybay Road
Chairperson: Art Agnew
Secretary: Sean Farrell
Juvenile Secretary: Francais Matthew
Treasurer: David Mc Sharry, Frank Marron




Carrickmacross Kickboxing Club
Martin McMahon and Seamus Hanratty formed the Monaghan Mugendo Kickboxing Association in 1987 to carry on the sport of Kickboxing in County Monaghan due to their Instructor Mr. Willie Rooney moving to live in Northern Ireland. At the time Martin & Seamus were both Black Belt Instructors and had been training in the Martial Arts for over five years. Both had achieved Brown belt status in traditional Karate (Wado-ryu) before changing to kickboxing and in 1986 both were awarded Black Belt grades in Mugendo Kickboxing by Mr Peter Mijic 10th Dan and Mr George Canning 8th Dan, Both founders of the Mugendo System of kickboxing.  The Association has achieved great success in the past both at National and International level and has had as many as eight fighters win national titles in the one year. Martin McMahon and James Boylan both won Bronze medals at the 1996 W.A.K.O. European Championships; James also won Bronze the following year in the I.A.K.S.A. World Championships. Christina Marks won Bronze in the W.A.K.O. Europeans in 1998 and followed it up by winning a Silver medal in the 2001 W.A.K.O. World Championships in Maribor, Slovenia.

Instructors: Martin McMahon 3rd Dan Black Belt. James Boylan 1st Dan Black Belt
Seamus Hanratty 1st Dan Black Belt, Christina McMahon NCEF.

Holy Family Hall, Carrickmacross, Co.Monaghan.
Tel: 042 966 1100, 087 255 0505
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Carrickmacross Cycling Club
Carrickmacross Cycling Club is south Monaghan's premier cycling club formed 24 years ago in 1989, and in addition to being one of south Monaghan’s leading cycling clubs, it is also one of the biggest sporting clubs in the county with over 70 members.

The club caters for cyclists from all walks of life from the recreational cyclist on a coffee shop run, leisure touring riders and the Lycra clad road racer competing in open races. We cater for both men, women & juniors as well as newcomers and more experienced cyclists. In addition the club also has very close ties with Carrick Aces Athletic Club, with many people being members of both.

To cater for all enthusiasts the club runs a number of cycling events throughout the year. Like any cycling club worldwide the cornerstone of Carrickmacross Cycling Club's activities is the weekend ride. On any given weekend up to 3 different groups are hitting the roads of the north east. In addition to year round weekend touring and training rides, the summer sees a large number of members road racing. During the shorter days of winter, the cyclists move indoors to spinning classes in the Phoenix Centre, Carrickmacross.

Website: Carrickmacross Cycling Club




Carrick UTD FC
Carrick United A.F.C was set up in July 2013 when when it was realised that there were many young men from the town who just wanted to play football on a competitive basis. All 25 players signed up for the season and raised monies to launch the club, the team managed to get a sponsor from a local small business and applied to play the Cavan / Monaghan league. All concerned designed the jersey and the team crest to give it a unique Carrickmacross touch.

The team consists of young men from the Carrickmacross area and their goals are to maintain to develop the club and to involve an under age aspect to the club.

Their ethos is to be united, Le Chéile, to be proud of oneself and where they come from, and develop as strong members of our community. A reflection of the nature of the men involved is that they insisted in raising the awareness of suicide and in particular the work of SOSAD in this field.

Managers: Pat Cusack, John McLaughlin and Jason Donnelly.
Secretary: Jason Donnelly.


Carrick Aces Athletics Club

Carrick Aces Athletics Club was founded in 1990. We are based at Common Lands Carrickmacross beside McElvaneys Recycling.
Our track is used daily by members and non members alike, and you are nearly guaranteed to find someone on the track from early morning to late evening 7 days a week no matter what the weather. As it is situated within a enclosed area with ample parking it is a safe place to come down to walk,jog or run. There are no dogs or bike allowed on the track. With a large portion of the track surrounded by trees it's a peaceful area to do your daily exercise.

January each year we have our registration night, but your more than welcome to join at any stage through the year. We have a special deal done with some local businesses, where they offer a discount to our members.

We cater for everyone, from 6 to 96. With Athletics Ireland Accredited coaches we can help you achieve you goal, be it a 5k or your first marathon we can help you cross that line. If you just want to get some fresh air and join a weekly club for some fun we have that sorted too. With plenty of training options form early morning to evening runs you will be spoilt for choice.If you have a competitive side we are currently going for four years in a row as top club in the Monaghan County league.
So come on down and meet the gang.