The two Armagh and Dromintee club mate who will be sworn enemies for one night when the Champions League final is being played.
Two expert and three journalists call this weekend’s Ulster Championship match.
Armagh and Cavan played out an exciting clash back in 2004.
Sunday’s Ulster semi-final could break the 20,000 barrier.
The Armagh footballer is set to follow in his father’s footsteps.
Cavan’s scoring will be decisive this weekend.
With the exception of Division Three all is said and done, promotion and relegation is confirmed, for many including the nine Ulster counties, their fate is now sealed. Division One Final – Kerry, Mayo Relegated – Roscommon, Cavan Advertisement Misfortune for Cavan who fell to relegation picking up one win against Roscommon. Monaghan narrowly avoided […]
There was mixed emotions for Ulster sides in Lidl Ladies National Football League this weekend. In Division One, Donegal have made it four wins on the bounce with a two point win against Tipperary in Convoy. The Tir Chonaill led by two at the break and claimed the invaluable two points thanks to goals from […]
Armagh have named their team that will face Donegal in a crucial Allianz National League Division Two game in Ballybofey. The game will be broadcast live on Eir Sport with a throw-in time of 7:15pm. The Armagh team is as follows: Blaine Hughes James Morgan Aaron McKay Mark Shields Connaire Mackin Greg McCabe Paul Hughes […]
Kieran McGeeney has made one change to the Armagh team that drew with Kildare for their second round clash with Clare. The Orchard County have been forced to give up home advantage for the clash after breaking the training ban last April. Now the game will take place in Pairc Esler, Newry on Saturday, with […]