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Un21’s trounce neighbours Down

Un21’s trounce neighbours Down

March 17th, 2016 | Football, under 21

EIRGRID ULSTER U21 FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP QUARTER-FINAL: DOWN 0-9 ARMAGH 5-16 Armagh justified their billing as a fancied team in this year’s U21 FC champions with a 22-point hammering of rivals Down in Páirc Esler. Rising Crossmaglen star Oisin O’Neill kicked 1-6 from midfield while their full-forward line of Cathal McKenna, Shane McPartlan and Conor Martin […]

Armagh senior and U21 football management ratified

Armagh senior and U21 football management ratified

November 15th, 2015 | Football, under 21

I ndiaidh cruinnithe de Bhord Contae Ard Mhacha den CLG aréir, daingníodh foirne bainistíochta peile sinsear agus peile faoi 21 don bhliain atá le teacht. Is é Ciarán Mac Géibheannaigh a bheas mar bhainisteoir ar fhoireann na bpeileadóirí sinsear agus beidh Aodhán Ó Ruairc ag tacú leis. Is é Ciarán Mac Géibheannaigh a bheas mar […]

Un21 Club Championship Results

Un21 Club Championship Results

November 15th, 2015 | Football, under 21

U-21 Senior Football C’ship TEAM PLD WON DRAW LOST FOR AGAINST DIFF POINTS Killeavy St Moninna 2 2 0 0 32 26 6 4 Crossmaglen Rangers 1 0 0 1 13 14 -1 0 Armagh Harps 1 0 0 1 13 18 -5 0 T MET U-21 Senior Football C’ship Sun, 25 Oct, (Round: 2), […]

Stevie Resigns as U21 football manager

Stevie Resigns as U21 football manager

August 27th, 2015 | Football, under 21

Armagh County Board announce that Stevie McDonnell has tendered his resignation as U21 football manager.  Stevie advised the county management committee that he wished to devote more time to club commitments.  Armagh County Board acknowledge the dedication and diligence of Stevie, his management and backroom team, thank them for their contribution to Armagh and wish […]

Under 21 team to face Tyrone

Under 21 team to face Tyrone

March 30th, 2015 | Football, under 21

Steven McDonnell has named his Under 21 side for Wednesday evening’s Ulster championship semi-final against neighbours Tír Eoghain. Armagh had a comfortable win against Aontroim in the Athletic Grounds in the opening round, while Tyrone had ten points to spare against Fermanagh. The game will throw in at 8pm on Wednesday 1 April in Brewster Park, […]

Live Streaming of Un21 Ulster Championship

Live Streaming of Un21 Ulster Championship

March 18th, 2015 | Football, under 21

Linwoods Armagh TV are delighted to announced that Live & Exclusive streaming of our Un21 Ulster Championship clash between Armagh v Antrim will be broadcasted around the world this evening from 7.45pm. You can tune into the game by clicking this link – http://dev.armaghgaa.net/armaghtv/

Un21: Armagh v Antrim Team Announced

Un21: Armagh v Antrim Team Announced

March 16th, 2015 | Football, under 21

The Ulster Under 21 football championship was launched on Monday evening in Belfast, with Armagh captain Dónal O’Neill and team coach Davy O’Hare in attendance. Armagh open up their campaign against Antrim on Wednesday 18 March in the Athletic Grounds, a repeat of last year’s thrilling contests between the sides in the first round. Armagh […]

EirGrid Ulster U21 Football Championship Launched

EirGrid Ulster U21 Football Championship Launched

March 10th, 2015 | Football, under 21

The launch of the 2015 EirGrid Ulster U21 Football Championship took place last night, Monday 9 March, at the Merchant Hotel Belfast, in the company of players and management from each of the competing Counties. Speaking at the launch, Ulster GAA President Martin McAviney said, “The Ulster GAA Under 21 Championship has established itself as […]

Un21 – Team v Donegal announced

Un21 – Team v Donegal announced

April 4th, 2014 | under 21

This Wednesday, 2nd April, Stevie McDonnell’s Un21 Team make the trip to Healy Park, Omagh to face Donegal in the Cadbury’s Under 21 Ulster Championship Semi-Final. The starting 15 is: No. Name (As Gaelige) Name (In English) Club 1 Daithí Ó hÁgáin David O’Hagan Grange 2 Dónal Ó Néill Donal O’Neill Killeavy 3 Séamus Ó […]

Ulster U21: Armagh progress in replay

Ulster U21: Armagh progress in replay

March 25th, 2014 | under 21

Steven McDonnell’s Armagh U21 side advanced to the Ulster semi-finals on Wednesday night with a three-point win over Antrim in their replayed quarter-final at Newry. The two sides played out a thrilling draw last Wednesday in a game which went to extra-time, and the star of the show for Antrim that evening was Ronan McGrady, […]


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