Niall Grimley was unwilling to comment on which team mate has the best looking other half.
ARMAGH U21 boss Peter McDonnell has expressed his bitter disappointment with the lack of access he has had with his players heading into their quarter-final clash against Down next Wednesday. St Ronan’s Lurgan, St Paul’s Bessbrook and St Colman’s Newry were involved in the MacRory Cup semi-finals, while Crossmaglen played in last weekend’s U21 Ulster […]
Kieran McGeeney is sticking by his younger players for the National League.
NEW Gaelic Life columnist Finnian Moriarty believes that Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney is finally edging closer to a style of play that suits them.
CROSSMAGLEN veteran Paul Hearty has given his backing to the CPA but warns that “so-called traditionalists” are a potential stumbling block
CHARLIE Vernon’s true belief is that this Armagh team can go places given time, patience, and a possible dollop of good fortune. Speaking in today’s Gaelic Life, the versatile Armagh stalwart fronts up to questions about the Orchard County’s horror show in 2016. In fairness, a litany of players were unavailable to Kieran McGeeney and […]
Most players think Caroline O’Hanlon is great, not Lauren McConville.
ARMAGH and Crossmaglen stalwart Tony Kernan won’t be hastened into any decision on his intercounty future. There has been speculation that Kernan has decided to step away from his Armagh duties ahead of the 2017 season. When contacted yesterday, Kernan said he was taking a break after the club season and that it would be […]
Find out which Armagh players won’t leave the dressing room till the quiff is just right.
ANYBODY writing-off Maghery’s chances of making an impact in Ulster on account of the club being first-timers should really reassess their position. The Sean McDermott’s made history two weeks ago when they lifted the Gerry Fagan Cup for the first time after their victory over Cullyhanna in the Armagh final. Champagne was sprayed, the team […]