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Shanes O’Neills 5-23 Dorsey Emmets 2-06

Shanes O’Neills 5-23 Dorsey Emmets 2-06

August 27th, 2013 | Ladies Club Football

DORSEY EMMETTS 2-6 SHANE O’NEILLS 5-23 Richard Bullick at the Athletic Grounds A youthful Shane O’Neill’s side not only won the Mackin’s Junior Championship final on Sunday but laid down a marker for future years with an impressive rout of Dorsey Emmetts. The multi-talented Mackin sisters ran riot for the Camlough club, who were 14 […]

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BATTLING ARMAGH GET THEIR REWARD

BATTLING ARMAGH GET THEIR REWARD

August 27th, 2013 | Ladies Football

TIPPERARY 2-7 ARMAGH 1-12 Richard Bullick reports Armagh got their Tesco Homegrown National League campaign off to a most satisfying start with a performance full of character which delivered a notable away win in Tipperary. Trailing to their hosts at the interval, James Daly’s depleted team turned to face into the wind with a numerical […]

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TENNYSON SETTING FRESH ARMAGH GOALS

TENNYSON SETTING FRESH ARMAGH GOALS

August 9th, 2013 | Ladies Football

Being drawn against Cork in the TG4 Senior Championship has stirred many Armagh memories – and there’s no name more synonymous with that thrilling All Ireland final of 2006 than Mairead Tennyson. Scoring the Armagh goal that day in Croke Park will live with Tennyson forever, but the 29-year-old isn’t wallowing in nostalgia as the […]

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O’HANLON HOPING TO UN-CORK PERFECT PRESENT

O’HANLON HOPING TO UN-CORK PERFECT PRESENT

August 9th, 2013 | Ladies Football

Beating champions Cork for the first time ever would be the perfect present for birthday girl Caroline O’Hanlon seven years on from Armagh’s magnificent near miss in the 2006 All Ireland final. Armagh’s greatest ever ladies footballer turns 29 on Thursday but will really have something special to celebrate if her team can secure a […]

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YOUNG GUNS IN ALL IRELAND ACTION TOO

YOUNG GUNS IN ALL IRELAND ACTION TOO

August 9th, 2013 | Ladies Football

Armagh’s next generation will also be in action in Birr on Saturday (2pm) when the Under 16s, newly crowned Ulster B champions take on Leinster counterparts Meath in their second tier All Ireland semi-final. The match is a curtain-raiser to the televised double-header which sees Meath play Louth (4pm) and Armagh meet champions Cork (6pm) […]

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Two National titles for Armagh

Two National titles for Armagh

July 14th, 2013 | handball

Armagh were well represented at last weekend’s Irish One Wall Nationals at the world class Sports Arena in Breaffy Resort, Castlebar, Co. Mayo. As predicted, Clann Eireann girl Niamh Coleman secured yet another National title at the weekend, Megan McCann caused an upset, taking out the top two seeds to win the 13&U title. 18year […]

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ARMAGH’S QUEEN’S HEROES HONOURED

ARMAGH’S QUEEN’S HEROES HONOURED

July 10th, 2013 | Ladies Football

Armagh star Sinead McCleary has been named Queen’s University Sportsperson of the Year after leading their ladies gaelic team to historic success this spring. In March, the classy Clann Eireann player captained the Queen’s side which lifted the prestigious O’Connor Cup, the female equivalent of the Sigerson Cup as the All Ireland for student footballers, […]

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Shanks Shines through in Salt Lake City

Shanks Shines through in Salt Lake City

April 23rd, 2013 | handball

Charly Shanks has won his second R48 Pro Stop, this time in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, just last weekend. Such a victory sees Shanks hold on to the coveted WPH Number 1 spot. Owing to his ranking, Shanks didn’t have to play a qualifying round and was through to the last 16 automatically. He […]

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