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Armagh squad named for League Opener

Kieran McGeeney has named his team for the opening game in this year’s Allianz League match against Tipperary. Annaghmore’s Matthew McNeice will make his National League debut in goals. The full back line sees seasoned defenders Finnian Moriarty and Charlie Vernon alongside Michael Murray who impressed during Armagh’s McKenna Cup campaign. Mark Shields starts at 5 alonside team captain…

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Philly McEvoy retires from Intercounty

Over the weekend I have informed the Armagh Players and Management that I have decided to leave the Armagh Senior Panel and consequently retire from playing Inter County football. This decision did not come easy but my personal circumstances have greatly changed from last year and this has directly led to my decision. Without question…

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Armagh lose out in Semi-Final

Kieran McGeeney’s Armagh fall short in their bid to reach this year’s Dr. McKenna Cup Final. Tyrone grabbed 3 first half goals which ultimately was the difference and left the task too much for the Orchard county going into the second half. Tyrone opened the scoring thanks to their captain Sean Cavanagh who took his…

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Senior Squad named for Semi-Final

Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney has named his team to line out against Tír Eoghain in the McKenna Cup semifinal on Wednesday. The policy of rotating goalkeepers during the McKenna Cup continues with Dromintee’s Philip McEvoy named as cúl báire. The experienced Brendan Donaghy provides the backbone of a full back line which sees Mark McConville…

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TV team to Stream Semi-Final online

Coiste Contae Ard Mhacha are delighted to announce that Linwoods Armagh TV will have Live and Exclusive coverage of our Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup semi-final against Tyrone on Wednesday 21st January at 8pm.  The game will be played in the Athletic Grounds with a large capacity crowd expected to attend the game. Permission…

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McKenna Cup Ticket Information

Tickets are now available to purchase in participating stores and online for Wednesday’s Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup semi finals. Tickets: Adult: £8/€10 Student/ OAP’s: £5/€5 Juveniles: Free The following stores have tickets for sale: Centra, Crossmaglen McAnerney’s – Irish Street, Armagh House of Sport – Gilpinstown Rd, Lurgan Litter’s Spar – Dungannon Rd, Portadown…

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McGeeney is not flogging Armagh, says Dyas

For whatever reason, there has always been a manic fascination with Armagh’s class of 2002, and so by extension with the team’s most famous son, All-Ireland winning captain Kieran McGeeney. We’ve all heard the stories from ‘Geezer’s’ playing days, the Spartan existence and of pushing the boundaries of dedication to a level never seen before…

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