ARMAGH INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER FINALS ST PAUL’S V WOLFE TONES Friday, Davitt Park, 7.30pm Neither side were overly impressive in their opening round wins, but they are where they want to be. St Paul’s should have the edge here and if Andrew Murnin is in full flow, they’ll make it through to the last […]
ARMAGH INTERMEDIATE FOOTBALLCHAMPIONSHIP ROUND ONE TÍR NA NÓG V WOLFE TONES Friday, Davitt Park, 7.30pm THIS one could go right down to the wire and even though Tír na nÓg have been operating at a lower division this season, they have huge momentum following their promotion and may just get the job done here. Advertisement […]
By Shaun Casey AIDAN Forker insists that his Maghery side are focusing on improving their performances, rather than worrying about the threat of relegation. Gavin Wylie’s men gave themselves a huge chance of staying in the top tier last weekend when they defeated Crossmaglen, but they now must travel to the Rangers on Friday evening […]
By Shaun Casey CLAN na Gael secured their senior status last weekend with important wins over Grange (Friday) and Mullaghbawn (Sunday) and that was always the goal according to manager Diarmaid Marsden. “They were two big matches and I suppose there’s no easy matches in this division because you’re playing seasoned teams like the Grange, […]
By Shaun Casey SOME of Armagh’s most talented players look set to miss out on the club championship campaign, which throw in at the end of August. Oisin O’Neill struggled with injury all season long and only made a handful of appearances for the Orchard County. His solitary championship appearance came Donegal in the opening […]
By Shaun Casey ARMAGH’S Mark Shields has committed to another season with the Orchard County. The 33-year-old missed much of 2021 after suffering a hamstring injury, which required surgery and an intense rehab programme. He returned to play in the big wins over Dublin and Tyrone in Division One of the National League and the […]
Jim McCorry explained that Armagh’s preparation has been very good this year.
Armagh’s Sinead McCoy explains why she could never play without a mouthguard.
Armagh assistant manager says the county have accepted their shortcomings.