Murphy steps down as Armagh LGFA boss

By Shaun Casey

Armagh Ladies are on the lookout for a new senior football manager following the departure of Ronan Murphy.

The Edendork native guided the Orchard County to a historic three-in-a-row of Ulster titles during his three-year reign.

Under Murphy’s stewardship, Armagh became one of the top teams in the country and reached the 2020 All-Ireland semi-final as well as the last eight in the previous two season.

Dublin proved too strong in the 2020, Meath ended Armagh’s campaign last year and it was Kerry who halted Murphy’s ladies at the same stage in 2022.

Kerry also denied Armagh promotion to the top tier this season as the Kingdom won the Division Two league final.

In a statement, Armagh LGFA said “Armagh LGFA board would like to thank Ronan and his backroom team for all their hard work and commitment to the team”.

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