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Ulster GAA is proud to host Féile na nGael 2014

Ulster GAA is proud to host Féile na nGael 2014

June 18th, 2014 | Football

The Opening of Bus Éireann Féile na nGael 2014 promises to be a great night with music, entertainment and refreshments readily available as we greet the stars of the future. In Athletic Grounds, Armagh TV will provide live interviews on the large screen and these will be broadcast live on the internet through the official […]

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Ulster SHC: Derry pip Armagh

Ulster SHC: Derry pip Armagh

June 15th, 2014 | Hurling News

Derry had to battle hard before securing a 4-16 to 3-13 provincial quarter-final victory over Armagh at the Athletic Grounds today. The Oak Leaf County will face Down for a place in the Ulster hurling final, with the Ardsmen thumping Donegal in today’s other quarter-final at Clones. The winners led by 3-6 to 2-3 at […]

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Boylesports set to pay Armagh GAA Fine

Boylesports set to pay Armagh GAA Fine

June 13th, 2014 | Football

Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker gets behind the Orchard County Following the news that Armagh GAA are set to be fined €5000 following the incident prior to last weekend’s Ulster Championship match against Cavan, Boylesports have stepped in and are willing to pay the fine for the Orchard County. Ireland’s largest independent bookmaker who is owned […]

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Simplyfruit Orchard Academy Latest News 14th June 2014

Under 17 Academy This squad will train in Callanbridge at 10.30am. A bus will leave from Davitt Park Lurgan at 9.30am, St John the Baptist Portadown 9.40am, Crossmaglen Hotel 9.15am, Silverbridge GFC 9.20am, Hughes Camlough 9.45am to drive to Callanbridge. All mid based players are asked to be in Callanbridge for 10.15am. Under 16 Academy […]

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Statement from Armagh County Board of GAA

Statement from Armagh County Board of GAA

June 12th, 2014 | Football

Ráiteas ó Bhord Contae Ard Mhacha den CLG   ‘Tá an-díoma ar na himreoirí atá bainteach leis an chás seo faoi bhreith Lárchoiste Rialaithe na gComórtas. Is mian leo éisteacht a éileamh ón choiste éisteachta ar an ábhar seo a luaithe is féidir’   Statement on behalf of Armagh County Board of the GAA   […]

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Armagh informed of CCCC decision

Armagh informed of CCCC decision

June 12th, 2014 | Football

The Armagh County Board were this afternoon informed of the decision by the CCCC after the investigation into the incident before the Ulster Championship first round win over Cavan at the Athletic Grounds in Armagh. 3 players will receive a one game suspension, Brendan Donaghy, Kieran Toner and Andy Mallon. The CCCC have also imposed […]

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New SimplyFruit U14 Mid Academy 2014

              Cormac Houlahan – Armagh Harps Eoin Hughes -Armagh Harps John Joe Hunter – Armagh Harps Oisin Campbell – Armagh Harps Oisin Hughes – Armagh Harps Oisin Hamill – BallyHagen Eoin Crilly – BallyMacnab Pearse Hughes – Ballymacnab James Mackle – Collegeland/Naomh Eoin Jamie Campbell – Derrynoose Owen Hughes […]

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Armagh Overpower Tyrone

Armagh Overpower Tyrone

June 11th, 2014 | Ladies Football

TG4 ULSTER SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP Armagh 2-17 Tyrone 1-5 Armagh proved much too strong for Tyrone in the preliminary round game of the Ulster senior championship played earlier today at the Athletic Grounds. The orchard girls dominated from start to finish and ran out winners by 15 points. Armagh edged the first half and went in […]

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Ulster Council Irish language course

Ulster Council Irish language course

June 10th, 2014 | cultur

Is cúis áthais do Chomhairle Uladh CLG fógairt go dtionólfar Cúrsa Shéamuis de Faoite arís sna Dúnaibh don 26ú bliain as a chéile, idir 21 agus 25 Iúil 2014 – agus beidh sé soar in aisce do bhaill CLG. The Ulster Council’s Irish language course for GAA members will take place in Downings, Co. Donegal […]

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Armagh too strong for Cavan

Armagh too strong for Cavan

June 8th, 2014 | Senior Football

Armagh 1-12 Cavan 0-09 Armagh came into this labelled by some as underdogs but they easily overcame Cavan by 1-12 to 0-09 in the Ulster SFC quarter-final at the Athletic Grounds. Armagh dominated the first half, and three Jamie Clarke points helped them to a 0-05 to 0-02 interval lead. Caolan Rafferty smashed home an […]

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