Armagh camogs braced for semis


By Niall Gartland ARMAGH camogs were pipped at the post by Carlow in the Division 3A final, but they’ve set that disappointment aside as they look ahead to their Ulster Intermediate Championship semi-final against Cavan. The scheduled has been tweaked in the last week as they were initially supposed to take on Cavan in the […]


Armagh camogs braced for big step up against Carlow


By Niall Gartland THE Armagh camogs have displayed their strength-in-depth this season and have been rewarded with a Division 3A final berth against Carlow this Saturday. Ciara Donnelly, for so long their score-getting supremo, is sidelined at the moment with injury but the remaining forwards have stepped up to the plate and then some, racking up […]


“Colleen O’Hare always gives 100 per cent and wins her battles”


Meet Armagh goalkeeper Ciarrai Devlin… Name: Ciarrai Devlin. Age: 25. Teams played for: St Mary’s, Granemore, Armagh, Ulster, UUJ. Advertisement Which team mate has been the most inspirational and why? Colleen O’Hare – every match she gives 100 per cent and usually wins her individual battle. Who’s the best team mate to train with and […]


PREVIEWS: Armagh Hurling, ladies and camogie finals down for decision


ARMAGH SENIOR CAMOGIE CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL BALLYMACNAB V GRANEMORE Friday, Athletic Grounds, 8.30pm It’s a repeat of last year’s championship decider, which Ballymacnab won to complete their three in a row charge and are hoping to extend their domination on Friday evening. They face their arch-rivals Granemore who were the kingpins before Ballymacnab took over. The […]


McKernan has learned lesson from the past


By Shaun Casey IN the build up to Sunday’s Premier Junior All-Ireland final, Armagh hosted a ‘Meet the Players’ evening for supporters to come along and get selfies and autographs with the team. It was a welcomed distraction from the game itself admits manager Jim McKernan, who has guided Armagh to their third All-Ireland final […]