Fixtures for the McCormack Cup Fixtures 2017 Rd 1 04-Apr Craobh Rua v Cuchulainns Keady v Derrynoose Killeavy v Middletown Rd 2 11-Apr Cuchulainns v Sean Treacys Derrynoose v Killeavy Middletown v Keady Rd 3 02-May Sean Treacys v Craobh Rua Killeavy v Keady Derrynoose v Middletown Semi finals most likely Tue 9 May
Ulster GAA’s Club & Volunteer Conference 2016 “Communicating Your Club‘s Message” will take place on Saturday 29th October in the Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown. Beidh CLG Uladh ag eagrú comhdhála do chlubanna gus d’oibrithe deonacha ar an Satharn beag seo, 29 Deireadh Fómhair sa Chorr Chríochach. All delegates at this year’s conference will receive a FREE ticket to an Ulster […]
Ulster GAA’s Active club Coordinators will be offering their support to a max of 16 GAA clubs from September 2016 to March 2017. Ulster GAA will allocate a small budget to carry out an eight week coaching programme between the club and its feeder primary and secondary schools. It is envisaged that the coach will […]
Photos by John Merry from the recent Donnelly Group Senior Hurling Final 2016.
Photos by John Merry from the recent Donnelly Group Junior Hurling Final 2016.
Lurgan side Seán Treaceys claimed their second consecutive Armagh junior title on Saturday evening following a 1-15 to 1-11 win over Killeavy. Seán Treacey’s Daniel Magee was again in impressive form as he finished with a huge personal tally of 1-12. Darren O’Hanlon and Conor Hannaway got early scores to level Magee’s efforts and midway […]
Middletown claimed their second senior county title in two years on Saturday evening after an assured performance against Armagh side Cú Chulainns. Na Fianna got a great start to the game with a good point from Pauric Hughes and a goal from Martin Maguire, who reacted well to fire to the net after his initial […]
Saturday evening in the Athletic Grounds will see the coming together of two of Armagh’s finest hurling clubs Na Fianna, Coillidh Chanannáin (county champions) and Cú Chulainn, Ard Mhacha. If previous games are a measure of the intensity, physicality and hurling ability both teams are going to bring to the table, then we are in […]
Middletown Na Fianna advanced to the Armagh senior hurling final after a 1-12 to 0-12 win over Keady Lámh Dhearg on Thursday evening. Keady got off to the better start but Middletown drew level with 20 minutes played. Great scores from Middletown’s Kieran McKernan and Keady’s Conor Corvan kept the sides level with half time […]
The Armagh hurling championships get underway this week with the senior semi-final between Middletown and Keady on Thursday evening and a double header of semi-finals in the junior championship on Saturday evening. Thursday’s semi-final at 7.30pm at Pearse Óg has been eagerly anticipated as 2015 champions Middletown Na Fianna will face their old adversaries and […]