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Senior hurlers set for Nicky Rackard semi-final

Senior hurlers set for Nicky Rackard semi-final

May 18th, 2016 | Hurling News

Armagh hurlers are again on the road this Saturday as they travel to Dublin to take on Fingal, with the winners guaranteed a place in the Nicky Rackard All-Ireland Hurling Final. Armagh were made to work hard all the way against a dogged Longford side to reach the semi-final stage, having availed of the ‘backdoor’ […]

Armagh hurlers into semi-final

Armagh hurlers into semi-final

May 10th, 2016 | Hurling News

Armagh hurlers won through to the Nicky Rackard semi-final on Saturday after seeing off a tricky challenge on the road to Longford. Indeed it was the home side who got off to the brighter start with four early frees converted by Joe O’Brien. Declan Coulter opened the scoring for the Orchard, having collected the ball […]

Sean Treacy’s in 3D print study

Sean Treacy’s in 3D print study

May 10th, 2016 | Hurling News

Sean Treacy’s hurling Club Lurgan, are taking part in a study into the creation of 3D printed gloves for hand protection. The initial field testing of the 3D printed glove is to commence at Sean Treacy’s sister football club Clann Éireann on Thursday 12/05/16 A current study sponsored by the Southern Health and Social Care […]

Hurlers looking to bounce back

May 5th, 2016 | Hurling News

Armagh hurlers will be hoping to bounce back from last week’s eight point defeat to Mayo to get their Nicky Rackard campaign back on track when they travel to Pearse Park to take on Longford at 1.30pm this Saturday. The Orchard county, who go into Saturday’s quarter final as favourites, will be wary of an […]

Armagh hurlers slump to defeat

May 1st, 2016 | Hurling News

Armagh hurlers slumped to defeat in Ballina on Saturday when the westerners put in a super performance to claim a 0-22 to 1-11 win. The Orchard county suffered a couple of setbacks before throw-in with Cahal Carvill and Declan Coulter ruled out. Mayo got off to a great start with points from Kieran McDermott, Kenny […]

Mayo up next for Hurlers

April 29th, 2016 | Hurling News

Following last weekend’s Nicky Rackard win against Dún na nGall, the Armagh senior hurlers will make the long journey down to Ballina where they take on Maigh Eo in the second round of the Nicky Rackard Cup. Armagh will aim to reproduce the form which saw them earn a 1-17 to 1-10 victory over Mayo […]

Armagh hurlers see off Donegal Challenge

April 24th, 2016 | Hurling News

Armagh got their Nicky Rackard campaign off to a winning start on Saturday, but they were made to battle right to the end against a dogged Donegal side. Armagh got off to a flyer with points from Conor Corvan from play and Nathan Curry from a long range free, before Cahal Carvill finished a great solo […]

Armagh look forward to Nicky Rackard opener

Armagh look forward to Nicky Rackard opener

April 22nd, 2016 | Hurling News

Armagh hurlers begin their championship campaign this Saturday when they play host to Dún na nGall at 3.30pm in the Athletic Grounds. Armagh enter this Nicky Rackard Cup game as hot favourites following their historic league win and promotion, having overcome Christy Ring sides Wicklow, Meath and Down in the league final. Donegal meanwhile have […]

Hurlers claim historic league title

Hurlers claim historic league title

March 27th, 2016 | Hurling News

Armagh hurlers claimed an historic national league title on Saturday afternoon, which earned them promotion to the Allianz Hurling League Division 2A for 2017, after a deserved victory over fierce rivals, Down. The game, which was played in Dowdallshill in Dundalk, a venue which was a very surprising choice for such a significant national GAA final, proved to be a tight and exciting affair […]


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