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ALL-IRELAND MFC QUARTER-FINAL: MAYO 3-13 ARMAGH 0-9

ALL-IRELAND MFC QUARTER-FINAL: MAYO 3-13 ARMAGH 0-9

August 3rd, 2014 | Minor Football

All-Ireland champions Mayo cruised into the last four of the All-Ireland Minor Football Championship at Croke Park on Sunday, comfortably defeating Armagh with an impressively display. Enda Gilvarry’s side took control of the game just before the break, when Fionán Duffy’s goal put them four clear. Two more goals after the restart from Brian Reape […]

Aidan Rushe – Electric Ireland #PoweringMinors Award

Aidan Rushe – Electric Ireland #PoweringMinors Award

July 21st, 2014 | Minor Football

“Electric Ireland, proud sponsor of the GAA Minor Championships, presented Armagh minor footballer Aidan Rushe with his #PoweringMinors award. Electric Ireland are awarding iPads to current minor players who have reached the provincial finals. Players on minor football and hurling panels have nominated one player on their team who they feel has stood out in […]

Armagh GAA speeds ahead with Northgate Vehicle Hire

Armagh GAA speeds ahead with Northgate Vehicle Hire

July 20th, 2014 | Senior Football

Northgate Vehicle Hire in Ireland has announced an exciting new partnership with The Armagh County Board of The Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), through the provision of a free of charge vehicle to be used to broadcast as many Armagh GAA games as possible live across the world on Linwoods Armagh TV. With Gaelic football being […]

Minors lose Ulster Final

Minors lose Ulster Final

July 20th, 2014 | Minor Football

Declan Bonner’s side scored the first 1-7 of the game, full-forward John Campbell scoring a superb goal into the roof of the net after 14 minutes. Oisin O’Neill scored Armagh’s first point in the 21st minute, and the Orchard men lost defender Cathal Boylan to a black card before half-time. Donegal led by 1-9 to […]

ROSCOMMON 1-12 V 1-17 ARMAGH

ROSCOMMON 1-12 V 1-17 ARMAGH

July 19th, 2014 | Senior Football

Armagh turned in a massively impressive performance to progress to the final round of qualifiers after defeating Roscommon in Dr Hype Park this evening. A goal from substitute Stefan forker six minutes from time was the decisive score as Armagh ran out five point winners. Stephen Harold, Kyle Carragher, Jamie Clarke, Tony Kernan and Ciaran […]

Minors starting 15 announced for Final

Minors starting 15 announced for Final

July 17th, 2014 | Minor Football

We caught up with Paul Doyle and he had this to say – Sunday is a wonderful day for the minor footballers from Armagh. Everyone in Ulster who plays Gaelic Football dreams of playing in Clones on an Ulster Final Day and on Sunday these players get their chance. It is a privilege to work […]

Oisín McConville on Football

Oisín McConville on Football

July 16th, 2014 | Club Football

For club players in the likes of Cavan, Down, Laois and Tyrone, the weekend defeats of their county teams at least cleared up one thing – they know their county championships will be in full swing soon. That’s a significant thing given that we now live in an era where club and county in GAA […]

Tyrone 0-10 Armagh 0-13

Tyrone 0-10 Armagh 0-13

July 13th, 2014 | Senior Football

GAA Football All-Ireland Senior Championship Round 2B: Tyrone 0-10 Armagh 0-13 Armagh moved into Round 3B of the All-Ireland Football Qualifiers with a three-point win over Tyrone at Healy Park, Omagh on Sunday afternoon. With Tony Kernan (0-4) and Jamie Clarke (0-2) doing most of their scoring in the first half, Armagh led by 0-7 […]

Paul Grimley speaks exclusively to ArmaghGAA.net

Paul Grimley speaks exclusively to ArmaghGAA.net

July 12th, 2014 | Senior Football

Armagh Senior Football Manager Paul Grimley took time out to speak with Armagh GAA’s official website armaghgaa.net today. Looking relaxed ahead of tomorrows All Ireland Qualifier Round 2B game in Healy Park against neighbours Tyrone, I’m keen to learn if we have any injuries within the squad due to having a 7 day turnaround from […]

Armagh Ulster Championship run ended

Armagh Ulster Championship run ended

July 7th, 2014 | Senior Football

Monaghan beat Armagh 1-18 to 1-13 in Sunday’s Ulster Championship semi-final replay to set up a repeat of last year’s decider against Donegal. Armagh led in the early stages of the Clones rematch thanks to a goal by Aaron Findon. Monaghan, holders of the Ulster title, hit back with a goal by Conor McManus who […]


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