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ARMAGH LADIES FINISH FIRST

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WATERFORD 1-5 ARMAGH 6-12 Richard Bullick reports A superb Siobhan Mackle hat-trick helped title favourites Armagh round off their Tesco HomeGrown National League campaign with a seventh successive victory to confirm first place in the final Division Three table. James Daly’s side dramatically destroyed closest rivals Waterford in the second half of Sunday’s top of the table clash between the ... Read More »

ARMAGH 4-9 SLIGO 3-10

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Armagh got out of jail in Silverbridge after leaving themselves with an awful lot to do in the final quarter of this Tesco HomeGrown National League game against Sligo. The third division table toppers had to come from eight points down with 13 minutes remaining and needed two goals in the closing stages to maintain their 100 percent record this ... Read More »

ARMAGH CLINCH PLAY-OFF PLACE

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ARMAGH 6-18 LEITRIM 0-6 Richard Bullick in Silverbridge Captain Caroline O’Hanlon warmed up for the All Stars tour to the Far East with a brace of goals as she led rampant Armagh into the Tesco HomeGrown National League play-offs with two rounds of fixtures to spare. Armagh are guaranteed a top four finish and Waterford’s surprise defeat at Sligo means ... Read More »

ARMAGH OUTCLASS OFFALY FOR FOURTH WIN

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ARMAGH 3-14 OFFALY 0-3 Richard Bullick at Abbey Grammar A comparatively poor performance was still easily enough for Armagh against outclassed Offaly in Newry on Sunday as James Daly’s side made it four from four in the Tesco Homegrown National League. Majestic captain Caroline O’Hanlon, fresh from a British SuperLeague netball match in England the night before, led the way ... Read More »

ARMAGH SEE OFF LONGFORD

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ARMAGH 3-12 LONGFORD 1-8 Richard Bullick Sinead McCleary made her first appearance of the season and young sub Aimee Mackin scored on her National League debut as Armagh’s promotion push continued with another convincing victory. Armagh’s first home match of the season may have been delayed by the weather but James Daly’s side made up for lost time when Longford ... Read More »

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