KILLEAVY are set to install 2002 All-Ireland winning defender Justin McNulty as their new manager.
Ulster clubs who win the provincial hurling champions, only want to be forced to play at a higher level for one year.
ARMAGH Harps ace Joe McElroy believes that Sunday’s Armagh final win over Maghery was the perfect answer to claims that they didn’t have the courage to lift the Gerry Fagan Cup. It was the side’s third final in four years, but hammerings at the hands of Crossmaglen in 2014 and ’15 led to some questioning […]
MAGHERY and Armagh Harps battle it out for the Gerry Fagan Cup this Sunday and BMAC Performance Analysis have produced a statistical view.
Maghery’s Shane McConville said the Armagh Championship is much closer.
THE Armagh quarter-finals are being held this weekend.
ARMAGH’S proposed new training facility will be located in Portadown.
Read about how Ronan McAlinden used Performa Sports to bring success to St Peter’s Lurgan.
ARMAGH’S long search for a new centre of excellence has taken a significant step forward
CROSSMAGLEN veteran Paul Hearty has given his backing to the CPA but warns that “so-called traditionalists” are a potential stumbling block