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Match Report: Donegal dampen Armagh challenge

May 13th, 2019 | Minor Football

Two second half goals by Donegal substitute Shane Monaghan ensured victory for the home side in Saturday’s Ulster Quarter Final clash, while Armagh left the field proud of their performance as they led the game for long periods of the second half. A hectic final 10 minutes saw Donegal reign supreme by 6 points, however […]

Match Report: Minors overcome Antrim test

Match Report: Minors overcome Antrim test

May 4th, 2019 | Football, Minor Football

An excellent Mark McKeever goal in the 9th minute of the first half ultimately ended Antrim’s challenge as Armagh dominated the rest of the evening with an impressive performance to continue their run in the 2019 Electric Ireland Ulster Minor Championship, overcoming their opponents 1-14 to 1-9. Antrim did take an early lead with Rian […]

Derry minors see off Armagh challenge

Derry minors see off Armagh challenge

April 29th, 2019 | Football, Minor Football

With 10 minutes remaining, all of Armagh’s hard worked seemed to be worth it, as they had matched a heavily fancied Derry side all over the park for 50 minutes. Their defence stood strong all afternoon with the Oak Leaf County getting through their defensive shape just once, and they took their chance in emphatic […]

Armagh minors off the mark

Armagh minors off the mark

March 11th, 2019 | Football, Minor Football

Armagh 1-9 Monaghan 0-16 Venue: St. Tiernachs Park, Clones St Tiernachs Park was once a happy hunting ground, a home from home for Armagh teams down through the noughties years, however the minors round 3 clash with reigning Ulster Champions Monaghan proved a step too far on this occasion for the Orchard, although their performance […]

Armagh Minors get their first win at home

March 3rd, 2019 | Football, Minor Football

Armagh 1-17 Antrim 1-7 Venue: Athletic Grounds A stunning second half showing from Armagh, led by star men Dara O’Callaghan (0-5) and Caolan Reavey (1-4), allowed the U17 side to gain their first 2 points of their league campaign. Although trailing at half time, Armagh outscored the visitors 1-12 to 0-3 in a truly dominating […]

Armagh Downed by neighbours

February 25th, 2019 | Football, Minor Football

Armagh 1-8 Down 3-5 Venue: Clonduff Armagh U17’s first League encounter came against neighbours Down, in what played out to be a tight tussle between two evenly matched teams. The ‘game of two halves’ cliché lived up to its name as the typical February weather proved a difficult task for both sides. The strong wind […]

Armagh Minor Championship Squad 2018

Armagh Minor Championship Squad 2018

April 27th, 2018 | Football, Minor Football, Uncategorized

Best wishes to the players and management in Round 1 of the #ElectricIreland #Ulster2018 Minor Championship tomorrow against neighbours Down, throw-in 6pm. Player Name Club Ross Gribben An Port Mor James McCormack Ballyhegan Peter McGrane Ballyhegan Drew McVerry Belleek Jack Cunningham Carrickcruppen Rory Craven Carrickcruppen Eoin Woods Carrickcruppin Tiernan O Hare Carrickcruppin Peter Murray Clan […]

Un18 Club Championship Draw

August 22nd, 2017 | Football, Minor Football

The next round of the U18 Club Championship draw has been made and is as follows: 04-09-2017 (Mon) @ 18.45pm U18 DIVISION 2 CHAMPIONSHIP Semi Final Sarsfields 18:45 St Paul’s V Maghery Sean McDermotts Dorsey 18:45 Patrick Rankin GFC V Granemore St Mary’s U18 DIVISION 3 CHAMPIONSHIP Semi Final Whitecross 18:45 Carrickcruppen St Patrick’s V […]

Minorboard Survey

January 5th, 2017 | Football, Minor Football

Armagh Minorboard are conducting a review of the current structures for underage games in the county through an open survey. All views and responses are very welcome and the survey can be completed using the following link:   https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/ARM17   The survey will close on Friday 13th January 2017 and all stakeholders are encouraged to […]

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 […]


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