ARMAGH has published a new five-year strategic plan entitled For Club & County. Club and county representatives joined Uachtarán CLG Larry McCarthy and Uachtarárn Chomhairle Uladh Ciaran McLoughlin, to officially launch the plan and announce a new shared vision for the Gaels of Ard Mhacha. Welcoming everyone to the official strategy launch, Armagh GAA Chairperson, […]
By Shaun Casey MADDEN’S chances of competing for a League title are gone according to boss Mickey Grimley and attention will now turn towards the Championship. Madden, along with Crossmaglen and Armagh Harps, are four points behind leaders Killeavy who have beaten the Raparees twice in the league. “We’ve sort of give up on the […]
By Kieran Lynch ARMAGH and Shane O’Neill’s star Blaithin Mackin’s life is set to change dramatically this week, as she becomes the latest Gaelic footballer to embark on the journey Down Under and take on the challenge of Australian Rules Football. On June 15, Australian Football League Women’s (AFLW) side Melbourne Demons officially announced Mackin’s […]
Aidan O’Mahony played 155 times for Kerry, was twice and All-Star, won 10 Munster and five All-Ireland titles, was Man of the Match in the 2006 All-Ireland Final. He recalls his battles with Ulster teams, talks tactics, and the road to winning Sam in 2014 and gives his take on the changing face of football. […]
Five moments that shaped Armagh’s year.
Kieran Donaghy has joined the Armagh management team.
Jim McCorry clarified some team news for the Derry clash
Four Pearse Ogs players tell the story of how they won the 2009 championship.
Read the story of how Carrickcruppen came to become a dominant force in football.
John Morrison explains how important consistency is to a team.