In the Intermediate Final in Corrigan Park, a last minute injury time goal from Martin Maguire snatched victory for Middletown over Lavey of Derry. The Armagh champions sped to an early 1-5 to 0-1 lead, thanks to a Cathal Carvill goal, but were gradually pinned back by Lavey, who led 1-8 to 1-7 at half […]
Junior Hurling Championship Final Derrynoose v Killeavy Sunday 10 September 2017 at 5pm Athletic Grounds Referee: Michael Loftus The Junior Hurling final should prove to be intriguing with an up-and-coming Killeavy side taking on an experienced Derrynoose set-up. With last year’s champions Sean Treacey’s moving up to senior level, Derrynoose received a bye into the […]
The 2017 Armagh hurling finals take centre stage this Saturday in the Athletic Grounds and the familiar pairing of Keady Lámh Dhearg and Middletown Na Fianna in the senior final has the whole county looking forward to what should be a memorable showpiece. The two sides will be desperately keen to claim the senior title for 2017, with […]
This week’s fixtures compiled below. Some major highlights this weekend include the Junior and Senior Hurling Finals on Saturday evening as well as the highly anticipated Round 2 clash between Crossmaglen and Maghery. Plenty of action right across the County this weekend and we wish all the teams the very best of luck.
Armagh County Board have been notified by Armagh Senior Hurling manager Sylvester McConnell that he has stepped down from his position as senior county manager. Armagh County Board would like to sincerely thank Sylvester and his backroom team including John Crossey, Gabriel O’Kane, Kiernan Nugent and James Doyle for all their efforts, dedication and commitment. […]
Armagh lost out to Down in the Ulster U21 Hurling Championship Semi Final in the Athletic Grounds Photos below by John Merry
The Armagh U-17 panel which will contest its first ever U-17 All-Ireland Hurling Final against Roscommon this Saturday in Dr. Cullen Park Carlow. We wish Micheal, Damian and all the boys the best of luck Name (English) Club 1 Adam Murtagh Cú Chulainn 2 Dáire Murphy Lamh Dhearg 3 Darragh Harnett Na Fianna 4 Nathan […]
Armagh hurlers lost their third consecutive Nicky Rackard final when they were outhurled by an impressive Derry outfit in Croke Park on Saturday. Derry claimed the trophy after a 3-23 to 2-15 victory to leave the Orchard side dejected once more. The opening score came after 7 minutes when Alan Grant fired to the net. […]