Armagh Ulster Championship run ended

July 7th, 2014 | Senior Football

Armagh Ulster Championship run ended

Monaghan beat Armagh 1-18 to 1-13 in Sunday’s Ulster Championship semi-final replay to set up a repeat of last year’s decider against Donegal.

Armagh led in the early stages of the Clones rematch thanks to a goal by Aaron Findon.

Monaghan, holders of the Ulster title, hit back with a goal by Conor McManus who had a personal tally of 1-7.

Armagh were 1-8 to 1-4 down at half-time and failed to reduce the deficit during the second half.

Armagh now travel to neighbours Tyrone for the All Ireland Qualifier Round 2B. The game will take place this Sunday, 13th July, in Healy Park at 3.00pm.

Tickets are general admission only, First come, first served basis. i.e. come early if you want a seat!

Tickets will cost

Adults
€15 / £13

OAP/Student
€10 / £9

U16’s are free and do not require a ticket

Photos by John Merry

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