Armagh Senior Football Championship Final 2018 Crossmaglen 0-24 Ballymacnab 1-15 Crossmaglen have returned to the pinnacle of Armagh club football beating league winners, Ballymacnab in a high scoring encounter at the Athletic Grounds. Advertisement Cross had to come from behind after Jack Grugan’s 7th minute goal sent his side towards an early seven point lead. […]
The draw for the 2019 Ulster Senior Football Championship has been made tonight live on RTÉ. Old rivals, Tyrone and Derry will meet for the third time in four years after being drawn in this year’s preliminary round with the winners facing Antrim in the quarter-final. There will be a repeat of the 2018 Ulster […]
ARMAGH’S attacking options have received a serious boost with the news that Jamie Clarke is set to rejoin Kieran McGeeney’s squad.
THE ULSTER CCC has thrown the book at the Armagh U20s following their tempestuous Ulster Championship semi-final win over Tyrone last Friday night. Gaelic Life can reveal that 10 Armagh players, including six starters against Tyrone, have been suspended for their part in an unseemly melee deep into extra-time, and will miss out on next […]
ARMAGH assistant manager Jim McCorry has given a strong counter argument to claims that they disrespected April’s club only policy by travelling to Portugal for a training camp last week. It is understood that the GAA are set to investigate the Orchard county, and a number of other counties, for the breach of a rule […]
ARMAGH attacker Kevin Dyas’ 59th-minute introduction at Croke Park on Saturday garnered a huge ovation from the Orchard support. His appearance in their Division Three final win over Fermanagh was his first time taking the field competitvely for his county since the 2015 Ulster Championship quarter-final loss to Donegal. Still, false dawns have accompanied the […]
AIDAN Forker relishes the thinking side of football. He said he is looking forward to this Saturday’s Division Three final meeting with Fermanagh because of the opportunity to unlock a defence. The centre half forward’s role this year has been to try to break down defences and the Orchard county have been successful doing so, […]
THE Armagh Club Championships are set for significant change.
KILLEAVY are set to install 2002 All-Ireland winning defender Justin McNulty as their new manager.
NEW Armagh coach Jim McCorry has said that he hopes to add a winning mentality to the side