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FOUR Ulster GAA Handball Titles

FOUR Ulster GAA Handball Titles

March 11th, 2014 | handball

Clann Eireann’s girls, coached by Pedsy McMahon captured four Ulster GAA Handball titles on Sunday in Kingscourt, Co. Cavan. U-15 Singles The U-15 Singles was won by Number 1 seed Dearbhla Coleman. After winning the first game 15-13, Dearbhla found herself 13-8 in arrears in the second game against Michaela McCartan, Tyrone. The young Armagh […]

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ARMAGH CLINCH PLAY-OFF PLACE

ARMAGH CLINCH PLAY-OFF PLACE

March 11th, 2014 | Ladies Football

ARMAGH 6-18 LEITRIM 0-6 Richard Bullick in Silverbridge Captain Caroline O’Hanlon warmed up for the All Stars tour to the Far East with a brace of goals as she led rampant Armagh into the Tesco HomeGrown National League play-offs with two rounds of fixtures to spare. Armagh are guaranteed a top four finish and Waterford’s […]

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Shanks – Ulster GAA Handball Champion 2014

Shanks – Ulster GAA Handball Champion 2014

March 6th, 2014 | handball

Clann Eireann’s Charly Shanks leads the way in Ulster as he overcame Cavan’s Michael Finnegan in early February in the Mens Open Provincial 40×20 Final. Shanks after his stint in America where he managed to work his way up to U.S. Number One, he has taken a break from the game due to injury and […]

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ARMAGH OUTCLASS OFFALY FOR FOURTH WIN

ARMAGH OUTCLASS OFFALY FOR FOURTH WIN

March 6th, 2014 | Ladies Football

ARMAGH 3-14 OFFALY 0-3 Richard Bullick at Abbey Grammar A comparatively poor performance was still easily enough for Armagh against outclassed Offaly in Newry on Sunday as James Daly’s side made it four from four in the Tesco Homegrown National League. Majestic captain Caroline O’Hanlon, fresh from a British SuperLeague netball match in England the […]

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Armagh 2-9  Roscommon 2-7

Armagh 2-9 Roscommon 2-7

February 27th, 2014 | Camogie News

Armagh 2-9  Roscommon 2-7 Armagh senior camogs chalked up their first win of the season in the National League with a two point margin against a strong Roscommon side. The match was played in Crossmaglen with a strong breeze coming down the field; playing against the breeze in the first half Armagh fought hard and […]

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Scór Sinsir County Final 2014

Scór Sinsir County Final 2014

February 25th, 2014 | cultur

  The Scór Sinsir Ard Mhacha county final was held in Clan Eireann on Sunday night past. The hall was packed to capacity for the competition, which showcased the amazing talent from clubs throughout the county. Photo#8656 Dromintee receive the Club of the Year award Photo#8659 Tir na nÓg receive the Most Improved Club of […]

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ARMAGH SEE OFF LONGFORD

ARMAGH SEE OFF LONGFORD

February 25th, 2014 | Ladies Football

ARMAGH 3-12 LONGFORD 1-8 Richard Bullick Sinead McCleary made her first appearance of the season and young sub Aimee Mackin scored on her National League debut as Armagh’s promotion push continued with another convincing victory. Armagh’s first home match of the season may have been delayed by the weather but James Daly’s side made up […]

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HURLING: Armagh name team v Fingal

HURLING: Armagh name team v Fingal

February 21st, 2014 | Hurling News

Armagh hurlers will hope to get back to winning ways when they take on Fingal in their 2nd game of the NHL. John Lennon has named his team as below Fingal v Ard Mhacha 23.2.14 Trinity Gaels ground, Drimnigh 14:00 Referee: Patrick Murphy (Ceatharlach) Std By Liam McAuley (Aontroim) Linesman: Killian Jones (Cill Dara) Sideline: […]

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Armagh GAA Launch Relay Run for Irish Language

Armagh GAA Launch Relay Run for Irish Language

February 20th, 2014 | cultur

Armagh GAA added its support to a major national relay run for the Irish language, when they launched Rith 2014 at half time in Sunday’s Armagh and Down National Hurling League tie. Representatives from clubs across Armagh joined county board acting chairperson Michael Geoghegan, acting secretary Fr Rory Coyle, PRO Reámonn Ó Ciaráin and Irish […]

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HURLING: Armagh 1-7 Down 2-20

Armagh – S Doherty; C Devlin, C Clifford, D Mone; P Gaffney, N Curry, S Renaghan; F Bradley, J Corvan; N Greene, R Gaffney, K McKernan; M Lennon (1-5, 1-0 pen, 0-5f), C Corvan (0-2), O Curry. Subs: P Hughes for Greene, L McKee for O Curry, M Garvey for Mone. Down – S Keith; […]

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