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Team v Laois has been named

June 30th, 2016 | Football, Senior Football

Kieran McGeeney has announced his team to face Laois in Saturday’s All-Ireland football qualifier refixture. The team sees two changes to that which started the original Round 1A qualifier, with Sean Connell and Stephen Sheridan coming in for Mark Shields and Ciarán McKeever. The side will be captained by Maghery’s Aidan Forker. The match in […]

Double disappointment for footballers

Double disappointment for footballers

June 20th, 2016 | Football, Minor Football, Senior Football

Armagh senior footballers exited the All-Ireland championship at the first hurdle on Saturday, when they lost out to Laois on a scoreline of 1-10 to 0-10. While the sides were level at half time, a disappointing second half by the Orchardmen allowed Laois to gain the upper hand and move on to the next round of […]

One minute with Rory Grugan

One minute with Rory Grugan

June 1st, 2016 | Football, Senior Football

1 Bomaite le Ruairí Ó Gruagáin 1 Minute with Rory Grugan Club: Baile Mhic an Aba Club: Ballymacnab Áit is fearr ar an pháirc: Leath-thosaí lár Favourite Position: Centre half forward An pháirc is fearr: Cluain Eois Favourite Pitch: Clones Caitheamh aimsire: Ag amharc ar agus ag imirt spóirt eile (sacar go mór mór) Hobbies: […]

Seniors exit Ulster championship

May 30th, 2016 | Football, Senior Football

Armagh senior footballers exited the Ulster championship at the first hurdle on Sunday, following a below-par performance against Cavan. While Armagh got off to a decent start, leading 0-3 to 0-1 after ten minutes, following scores from Stefan Campbell and two from Ethan Rafferty, the Orchard never really got a grip on the game. Two […]

Exclusive: Aaron on why I retired

Exclusive: Aaron on why I retired

October 10th, 2014 | Senior Football

Aaron Kernan took time out to speak exclusively to ArmaghGAA.net this week. You think he was busy on the pitch storming up and down the field spraining pin point passes for 10 years, you should try and get him to sit down for a minute nowadays! Not only a family man but running a very […]

Interview: Brian Mallon retires from Intercounty

Interview: Brian Mallon retires from Intercounty

October 10th, 2014 | Senior Football

ArmaghGAA.net caught up with Tir na Nog’s Brian Mallon following his decision to retire from Intercounty Football. I was keen to learn and a man who has dedicated so much of his life to his County comes to such a difficult decision. “My heart wanted to go back this year but my body and a […]

Aaron calls time on County Career

Aaron calls time on County Career

October 8th, 2014 | Senior Football

Aaron Kernan has announced his retirement from Intercounty Football. A superb servant to the County and a fan’s favourite, he will be missed in the Orange Jersey next season.  Best of luck in the future Aaron and thank you for your dedication to the Orchard cause. “I have informed the Armagh management and players today […]

Armagh Senior Football Manager Announced

Armagh Senior Football Manager Announced

August 27th, 2014 | Senior Football

Armagh County Board Appoints Kieran McGeeney as Manager Bord Contae Ard Mhacha are delighted to announce the appointment of Kieran McGeeney as manager of the senior football team. His appointment was unanimously ratified at a county board meeting held in Armagh Athletic Grounds on Wednesday 27th August 2014. The County Board would like to express […]

Voluntary Stewards Progamme

Voluntary Stewards Progamme

August 24th, 2014 | Senior Football

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_tour interval=”0″ style=”tab-style-one”][vc_tab title=”Stewarding with Armagh GAA” tab_id=”1408915933729-2-1″][vc_column_text]Armagh GAA are currently recruiting for Match Day Stewards to add to its existing pool and looking for interested applications to forward their details. Have you several hours per week you can give to the County to cover games in Athletic Grounds or occasionally in other areas […]

Paul Grimley Steps Down as Armagh Manager

Paul Grimley Steps Down as Armagh Manager

August 13th, 2014 | Senior Football

Paul Grimley Steps Down Paul Grimley, Armagh Senior Football Manager, has tendered his resignation to The Management Committee of Armagh County Board. Paul strenuously argued that it was the right thing to do as he had stressed on his appointment two years ago that he would embark on a development process and that he thought […]


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