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 […]
By Niall Gartland BALLYMACNAB camogs are bidding for their fourth senior championship in-a-row this Friday night, and stalwart Michelle McArdle insists she’s as hungry as ever for success. First of all, their committed management team are set to step down at the end of the season, so that’s something McArdle is mindful of, and she’d […]
WITH Ballymacnab not playing particularly well and under the cosh against a Sarsfields side that had gone unbeaten in their home ground for two years, Chris Kerr stepped up to slot over a long distance free, his fourth of the season, and secure victory for his adopted club. As results played out that weekend, that […]
Chris Crowley tells the story of how Kerry man came to play for Crossmaglen.
Jack Grugan and James Morgan are friends in the classroom, but not on the pitch.
Banagher are enjoying a positive year in a number of codes, but their camogs are leading the way, so far.
Armagh Senior Championship continues this weekend.
Armagh Senior Football Championship Final 2018 Crossmaglen 0-24 Ballymacnab 1-15 Crossmaglen have returned to the pinnacle of Armagh club football beating league winners, Ballymacnab in a high scoring encounter at the Athletic Grounds. Advertisement Cross had to come from behind after Jack Grugan’s 7th minute goal sent his side towards an early seven point lead. […]
Gavin McParland says one of his team mates would get injured by a gust of wind.