Andy Mallon retires from inter-county Football

April 24, 2017 

After 13 years of dedicated service one of Armagh’s most reliable defenders Andy Mallon has quit the inter-county scene. The 33 year-old Pearse Og clubman, an All-Star in 2005, made his national league debut for Armagh against Donegal back in 2003. Read more

O’Gorman brothers excel

April 18, 2017 

Last weekend was yet again a very successful one for the O’Gorman household, Mullaghbawn as brothers Shane and Rory brought further boxing glory to the house. Read more

Crossmaglen girl Wins her Eighth Irish Boxing Title

April 10, 2017 

Crossmaglen and Clann Naofa boxer Shauna O’Callaghan won a Gold Medal at the IABA National Stadium in a major boxing competition which was held by the IABA Governing Body to select the girls team that will represent Ireland in the forthcoming European Youth and Junior Championships which will be held in Poland in June 2017. Read more

Quinlivan hat-trick defeats Armagh

April 3, 2017 

NFL Div 3 Armagh 0-16 Tipperary 3-8

It was his last second completion of a second half hat-trick of goals by Michael Quinlivan that cruelly crushed the Orchard Counties promotion hopes as well as denying them a League final place against Louth next weekend. Read more

All on the line

March 27, 2017 

NFL Div 3 Armagh 1-12 v Antrim 0-13

A week is a long time in football as one can see from the results in the penultimate week of league action. Following on from their terrific display in Drogheda where they inflicted a comprehensive defeat on unbeaten table toppers Louth, relegation threatened Antrim were Saturday night visitors to the Athletic Grounds. Read more

Armagh right back in the promotion mix

March 20, 2017 

NFL Div 3 Louth 0-11 v Armagh 3-15

Less than a minute into this crucial Division Three league game at Drogheda, against unbeaten host Louth, the large contingent of traveling Armagh support saw their day get off to the worst possible start, with their team reduced to 14 players as Aidan Forker was red carded for an off the ball incident. Read more

Wee test with a big result

March 13, 2017 

NFL Div 3 Armagh v Louth

Third placed Armagh travel to Drogheda to take on the unbeaten league leaders Louth in a huge game in the context of promotion from Division Three. Louth have continued on their league form from last year when they were crowned Division Four champions by winning their opening 4 games, Laois 2-16 to 0-10, Louth 0-11 Longford 0-10, Louth 2-13 Offaly 0-14and Louth 2-10 Antrim 1-11. Read more

Burns confirms future bid for GAA presidency

March 13, 2017 

Former Armagh captain and Silverbridge clubman, Jarlath Burns, has signaled his intention to run for President of the GAA and, although not declaring when, he confirmed it would be “sooner rather than later”. Read more

All came together

March 6, 2017 

NFL Div 3 Armagh 6-22 Offaly 0-10

Six goals, 12 different scorers, a 30 point victory as Armagh put it all together in the demolition of Offaly at the Athletic Grounds. Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney will be delighted that his charges, who had showed glimpses of this potential in their 3 previous league games, eliminated the defensive mistakes that cost his team 3 league points and are now right back in the promotion race with 3 games to go. Read more

On the long road to recovery

February 27, 2017 

NFL Div 3 Longford 3-9 Armagh 3-11

Armagh came away from Pearse Park Longford with their first brace of league points after withstanding a late home rally, a thing they had failed to do in their two previous encounters. Read more

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