Murphy named as new Ballymacnab manager

FORMER Armagh Ladies manager Ronan Murphy has been appointed as the new boss of Ballymacnab. Murphy guided the Orchard County to three Ulster Championship titles in a row from 2020-2022 during his three-year stint. The Edendork clubman led Armagh to the last four of the All-Ireland race in 2020, where Dublin ended their involved, while […]

Armagh appoint McGonigle as new senior manager

By Michael McMullan ARMAGH LGFA have appointed Derry native Gregory McGonigle as their new senior manager. The former Dublin and Monaghan manager steps into the vacancy after Shane McCormack stood down at the end of last season. McGonigle was rubberstamped after a “lengthy interview process” and the “full support” from clubs at Tuesday night’s county […]

‘Maebh Moriarty loves a fun fact’

Name: Cait Towe.Age: 23. Teams played for? Clann Eireann, Armagh, NUIG and QUB. Earliest GAA memory? Advertisement Scoring an own goal in an u-10 game thinking I was going the right way. Which team-mate has been the most inspirational and why? Mags McAlinden, the greatest. Who’s the best team-mate to train with and why? Clodagh […]

Armagh fall out of All-Ireland race against Cork

All-Ireland Ladies SFC Cork 0-14  Armagh 2-5  By Anthony Newman TWO frees from Katie Quirke proved crucial as Cork got the better of Armagh in their TG4 ladies football championship quarter-final tie at the Box-It Athletic Grounds. Advertisement It was a close battle all through but in the end Cork, inspired by Ciara O’Sullivan, came […]

McCoy ready for Rebel test

By Shaun Casey IT’S been four years since Armagh and Cork last crossed paths in the All-Ireland series, and that was a day when the Orchard County laid down a serious marker and announced themselves as contenders for the biggest prize. Cork had been the dominant force in Ladies football in the not-too-distant past, winning […]

Mackin the Armagh last action hero

TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship Armagh 2-10 Mayo 1-11  By Kieran Lynch A LAST minute penalty goal from Aimee Mackin saw Armagh claim their place in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship quarter-finals, as Shane McCormack’s side came from five points down to defeat Connacht champions Mayo in a thrilling contest. Advertisement Armagh were quickest off the mark […]

Kenny making up for lost time in the Orchard jersey

By Daire Walsh IN the eight years that separated Armagh’s Lidl National Football League Division 2 final triumphs of 2015 and 2023, Louise Kenny has more often than not found herself as a spectator at inter-county matches instead of being an active participant. Just a number of weeks after securing the second-tier League title with […]

Donegal crowned Ulster champions once again

TG4 ULSTER SENIOR CHAMPIONSHIP FINAL Donegal 1-10 Armagh 0-9  By Frank Craig DONEGAL tore up the formbook in spectacular fashion as they downed reigning champions Armagh in the TG4 Ulster SFC decider at Owenbeg. Advertisement Three weeks ago Shane McCormack’s side enjoyed a comprehensive eight-point championship win over Donegal. However, the playing field was levelled […]

Clodagh can’t wait for Ulster final day

By Shaun Casey ARMAGH are getting used to lining out on the big days, but their defensive rock Clodagh McCambridge insists the Orchard County aren’t taking it for granted. Armagh are chasing their fourth Ulster title in a row and for the third consecutive year, Donegal stand between them and the trophy. “For us, we’ve […]