Armagh GAA http://www.armaghgaa.net News - Results - Fixtures Mon, 07 Jul 2014 19:11:25 +0000 en-US hourly 1 http://wordpress.org/?v=3.8.1 Armagh Ulster Championship run ended http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-ulster-championship-run-ended/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-ulster-championship-run-ended/#comments Mon, 07 Jul 2014 16:41:17 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15826 Monaghan beat Armagh 1-18 to 1-13 in Sunday’s Ulster Championship semi-final replay to set up a repeat of last year’s decider against Donegal. Armagh led in the early stages of the Clones rematch thanks to a goal by Aaron Findon. Monaghan, holders of the Ulster title, hit back with a goal by Conor McManus who…

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Monaghan beat Armagh 1-18 to 1-13 in Sunday’s Ulster Championship semi-final replay to set up a repeat of last year’s decider against Donegal.

Armagh led in the early stages of the Clones rematch thanks to a goal by Aaron Findon.

Monaghan, holders of the Ulster title, hit back with a goal by Conor McManus who had a personal tally of 1-7.

Armagh were 1-8 to 1-4 down at half-time and failed to reduce the deficit during the second half.

Armagh now travel to neighbours Tyrone for the All Ireland Qualifier Round 2B. The game will take place this Sunday, 13th July, in Healy Park at 3.00pm.

Tickets are general admission only, First come, first served basis. i.e. come early if you want a seat!

Tickets will cost

Adults
€15 / £13

OAP/Student
€10 / £9

U16′s are free and do not require a ticket

Photos by John Merry

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Armagh Ladies are Ulster Champions http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-ladies-ulster-champions/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-ladies-ulster-champions/#comments Mon, 07 Jul 2014 15:19:48 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15823 TG4 ULSTER SENIOR FINAL Armagh 2-14 Monaghan 1-8 Armagh deservedly claimed the Ulster senior title on Sunday 6th July 2014 with an excellent all round performance against Monaghan who were chasing a fifth consecutive provincial crown. The orchard girls worked extremely hard over the 60 minutes and won their battles all over the field. Monaghan…

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TG4 ULSTER SENIOR FINAL

Armagh 2-14 Monaghan 1-8
Armagh deservedly claimed the Ulster senior title on Sunday 6th July 2014 with an excellent all round performance against Monaghan who were chasing a fifth consecutive provincial crown. The orchard girls worked extremely hard over the 60 minutes and won their battles all over the field. Monaghan had no answer to the powerful midfield duo of Niamh Henderson and Caroline O Hanlon and will now have to go through the back door for the first time.
The excellent Fionnuala McKenna who finished with 6 points opened the scoring after just three minutes. The sides were level at two points apiece when Kelly Mallon struck for a goal from an impossible angle with fourteen minutes gone. Cora Courtney and Niamh Kindlon both pointed for the holders to leave just a single point between the sides entering the last five minutes of the half. Mc Kenna and Mc Anespie then traded points and a late score from Lauren Mc Conville left Armagh ahead going in to the break 1-4 to 0-5.
Within three minutes of the game resuming Monaghan were on level terms thanks to a Cathriona Mc Connell goal but they were also reduced to fourteen players as Ellen McCarrron was sin binned. However in the remaining 25 minutes Monaghan scored just three points through Mc Connell, Courtney and substitute, Laura Boylan. Armagh on the other hand were on fire. O Hanlon, Mc Kenna, Aoife Mc Coy, Louise Kenny and Mags Mc Alinden all added points and then in the 55th minute corner back Louise Kenny had her surging run halted by the Monaghan defence at the expense of a penalty. The very dependable Caroline O Hanlon gave Linda Martin no chance with the resulting kick expertly dispatching it to the top right hand corner. When the hooter sounded after the sixty minutes Armagh had nine points to spare and will be serious contenders going forward. For Monaghan its new territory of the back door and the possibility of a short summer.
Armagh – K. Daly, M. Tennyson, C. Morgan, L. Kenny (0-1), S. Reel, N. Marley, M. Mc Guinness, N. Henderson, C. O Hanlon (1-2), S. Mc Cleary, F. Mc Kenna (0-6, 2f), A. Mc Coy (0-2), L. Mc Conville (0-1), K. Mallon (1-1), M. Mc Alinden (0-1)
Subs Used – S. Mackle and D. Morgan
Monaghan – L. Martin, J. Geoghegan, Y. Connell, C. Reilly, A. Mc Anespie, S. Courtney, G. Mc Nally, A. Casey, N. Fahy, C. Mc Anespie (0-1), E. Mc Carron (0-1), C. Courtney (0-2), T. Scott, C. Mc Connell (1-2), N. Kindlon (0-1)
Subs Used – M. Atkinson, L. Boylan (0-1), N. Callan and E. O Rourke
Referee – E. O Hare (Down)

Photos by John Merry

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Simplyfruit Orchard Academy Schedule 5th July http://www.armaghgaa.net/simplyfruit-orchard-academy-schedule-5th-july/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/simplyfruit-orchard-academy-schedule-5th-july/#comments Wed, 02 Jul 2014 13:59:15 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15813 Under 17 Academy This squad will play a challenge game against Derry in Drummallan at 11.45am. Bus times, Davitt Park 9.15am, St Johns Portadown 9.25am Crossmaglen Hotel 9am, Silverbridge GFC 9.05am, Hughes Camlough 9.30am Athletic Grounds 10am. All players on this squad are asked to attend.   Under 16 Academy This squad will play in…

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Under 17 Academy

This squad will play a challenge game against Derry in Drummallan at 11.45am. Bus times, Davitt Park 9.15am, St Johns Portadown 9.25am Crossmaglen Hotel 9am, Silverbridge GFC 9.05am, Hughes Camlough 9.30am Athletic Grounds 10am. All players on this squad are asked to attend.

 

Under 16 Academy

This squad will play in the Buncrana Cup Qualifier in Cookstown at 12pm. Bus times, Davitt Park 9.15am, St Johns Portadown 9.25am Crossmaglen Hotel 9am, Silverbridge GFC 9.05am, Hughes Camlough 9.30am Athletic Grounds 10am. All mid based players are asked to be at Athletic Grounds for 10am. All players on this squad are asked to attend.

 

Under 15 South Academy

Orchard Academy U15 South will travel to Cloughan, Monaghan, for Ulster Blitz games vrs Monaghan & Tyrone. Bus will leave Hughes Camlough @11:20am, Silverbridge football club @11:40am, Cross Square Hotel @11:50am to arrive in Cloughan approx 12:15pm. Players are asked to bring a packed lunch with them. Any availability problems contact Terence 0879156209.

 

Under 15 North Academy

This squad will travel to Cloughan to take part in the Ulster Council Blitz against Monaghan and Tyrone. A bus will leave from Davitt Park at 11am to drive via St John the Baptist Portadown at 11.10am to drive on into Cloghan. All players are expected to be in attendance and at their pickup point on time.

 

Under 15 Mid Academy

This squad will not train this Saturday.

 

Under 14 South Academy

This squad will train on Carrickcruppin GFC at 10am.

 

Under 14 North Academy

This squad will train in St Pauls Lurgan at 9am.

 

Under 14 Mid Academy

This squad will train in Callanbridge Armagh at 9.30am.

 

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Granemore are U14 Division3 Champions http://www.armaghgaa.net/granemore-u14-division3-champions/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/granemore-u14-division3-champions/#comments Sun, 29 Jun 2014 15:06:28 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15803 Photos by John Merry

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Clann Eireann Un14 Division1 Champions http://www.armaghgaa.net/clann-eireann-un14-division1-champions/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/clann-eireann-un14-division1-champions/#comments Sun, 29 Jun 2014 14:50:03 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15800 Photos by John Merry

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Armagh 0-14 Monaghan 0-14 http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-0-14-monaghan-0-14/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-0-14-monaghan-0-14/#comments Sun, 29 Jun 2014 13:01:46 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15792 An injury time Rory Grugan point earned Armagh a replay against current Ulster Champions Monaghan at Clones yesterday. The Orchard men scored the final three points of the game, two in added time, to pull off a minor upset. Paul Grimley’s men, missing Andy Mallon, Brendan Donaghey, Kieran Toner and Caolan Rafferty through suspension and…

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An injury time Rory Grugan point earned Armagh a replay against current Ulster Champions Monaghan at Clones yesterday.

The Orchard men scored the final three points of the game, two in added time, to pull off a minor upset.

Paul Grimley’s men, missing Andy Mallon, Brendan Donaghey, Kieran Toner and Caolan Rafferty through suspension and injury, thoroughly deserved a result from this pulsating Ulster tie.

Jamie Clarke and Stefan Campbell shone up front for Armagh while Conor McManus pull the strings for the Farney men at the other end, however, Monaghan ‘keeper Rory Beggan bagged the Man of the Match award following his five point haul – all from frees.

Monaghan were 0-6 to 0-3 ahead after 22 minutes but the introduction of Crossmaglen’s Tony Kernan after the clubmate Kyle Carragher was black carded drew Armagh back to within two. Stefan Campbell added two more just before the break to bring the sides level.

The second half continued in the same vein as every punch Monaghan landed, Armagh responded in kind.

With 68 minutes on the clock Monaghan led by three and were on course for a second successive Ulster final appearance but Jamie Clarke and Armagh had other ideas. Clarke added a superb left-footed point before the excellent Campbell landed his third to bring Armagh within one point.

With just seconds remaining Mark Shields was foolishly fouled 35 metres from goal. Up stepped substitute Rory Grugan with nerves of steal to land the levelling point.

There wasn’t enough time for either side to launch a final attack as the whistle went but both sides will meet again on Sunday July 6 with Armagh welcoming back their suspended trio.

ARMAGH: Philip McEvoy; James Morgan, Charlie Vernon, Finian Moriarty; Aaron Kernan, Ciarán McKeever, Mark Shields (0-1)Stefan Campbell (0-3), Aaron Findon; Eugene McVerry, Kevin Dyas (0-1)Aidan Forker (0-1); Kyle Carragher, Ethan Rafferty, Jamie Clarke (0-3)Subs: Tony Kernan (0-3, 0-2 frees) for Carragher (black card, 21 mins); S Harold for Rafferty (50 mins); S Forker (0-1) for A Forker (55 mins); R McGrugan (0-1) for McVerry (58 mins); M Murray for Moriarty (65 mins).

MONAGHAN: Rory Beggan (0-5, all frees); Kieran Duffy, Drew Wylie, Colin Walshe; Dessie Mone, Vinny Corey, Fintan Kelly; Dick Clerkin (0-1), Darren Hughes; Ryan Wylie, Pádraig Donaghy, Jack McCarron (0-1, free); Dermot Malone,Kieran Hughes (0-2)Conor McManus (0-2, free)Sub: Stephen Gollogly (0-2, one free) for McCarron (half-time); Chris McGuinness (0-1) for McManus (black card, 45 mins); P McKenna for Donaghy (51 mins); P Finlay for Malone (63 mins); K O’Connell for Kelly (70 mins).

Photos by John Merry

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Armagh Minors Reach Ulster Final http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-minors-reach-ulster-final/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-minors-reach-ulster-final/#comments Sun, 29 Jun 2014 12:51:22 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15788 Armagh reached their first Ulster Minor football final since 2009 with a strong finish against Monaghan in Clones. Defending Ulster champions Monaghan led by 0-5 to 0-4 at half-time and a goal after 35 minutes by full-forward Conor Grimley regained the lead for Armagh. Monaghan hit back, scoring four of the next five points, and…

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Armagh reached their first Ulster Minor football final since 2009 with a strong finish against Monaghan in Clones.
Defending Ulster champions Monaghan led by 0-5 to 0-4 at half-time and a goal after 35 minutes by full-forward Conor Grimley regained the lead for Armagh.
Monaghan hit back, scoring four of the next five points, and briefly took the lead through a David McAllister point.
However Armagh kicked the last three points to set up an Ulster final against Donegal on 20 July.
Ryan Hughes kicked two points from play as Armagh established an early lead in the game.
In what was a defensive game for long periods, Monaghan forward Barry McGinn top-scored kicking five of his six points from frees.
Monaghan had come through a tough quarter-final against Tyrone a week earlier, and Armagh were the fresher side in the last ten minutes.
The Orchard county scored the last three points of the game, with substitute Padraig Judge hitting a monster equaliser three minutes from the end.
Extra time loomed, but Armagh forward Oisin O’Neill kicked a spectacular point from distance with his right foot to put his team ahead.
In the second minute of injury time, a surging run by Jarlath Og Burns set up Armagh captain Caolan McConville for the insurance point.
Monaghan finished the game with 14 men when midfielder Michael Murnaghan was sent off, after receiving a yellow card followed by a black card, late in the game.
Armagh: R Kearney; F Quinn, A Rushe, C Donnelly; C Boylan, C McKinney, C McNicholl; J Og Burns, S Conlon; J Rafferty, O O’Neill (0-2), K Mallon; R Hughes (0-3, 1f), C Grimley (1-0), C McConville (0-1)
Subs: C Cullen (0-1, a ’45′) for Rafferty (BC, 32), P Judge (0-1) for Grimley (50), R McKeown for McNicholl (56), C Murphy for Hughes (58)
Monaghan: S Garland; S Mohan, C Duffy, C McElwain; M Gamal, B Kerr, S Treanor; M Murnaghan, J Beattie; F Maguire, A Jones, M Bannigan; D Garland (0-1), D McAllister (0-1), B McGinn (0-6, 5f)
Subs: J Mealiff for Maguire (37), D Gleeson (0-1) for Garland (43), S McMahon for
Referee: Noel Mooney (Cavan)

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Minors v Monaghan starting 15 http://www.armaghgaa.net/minors-v-monaghan-starting-15/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/minors-v-monaghan-starting-15/#comments Fri, 27 Jun 2014 16:55:32 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15783 Armagh Minors are the curtain raiser on Saturday as they bid to reach the Ulster Minor Final. Paul Doyle has announced the starting 15 and we wish our young Minors the very best of luck. 1. Ryan Kearney 2 Fergus Quinn 3. Aidan Rushe 4. Cathal Donnelly 5. Cathal Boylan 6. Cathair McKinney 7. Conor…

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Armagh Minors are the curtain raiser on Saturday as they bid to reach the Ulster Minor Final. Paul Doyle has announced the starting 15 and we wish our young Minors the very best of luck.

1. Ryan Kearney
2 Fergus Quinn
3. Aidan Rushe
4. Cathal Donnelly
5. Cathal Boylan
6. Cathair McKinney
7. Conor McNicholl
8. Jarlath Og Burns
9. Shane Conlon
10 Jack Rafferty
11 Oisin O’Neill
12 Kyle Mallon
13 Ryan Hughes
14 Conor Grimley
15 Caolan McConville

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Simplyfruit Orchard Academy Squads for this Saturday 28th June http://www.armaghgaa.net/simplyfruit-orchard-academy-squads-saturday-28th-june/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/simplyfruit-orchard-academy-squads-saturday-28th-june/#comments Fri, 27 Jun 2014 13:02:43 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15779 Under 17 Academy This squad will travel to Athletic Grounds for  a presentation. A bus will leave from Crossmaglen Hotel at 8.30am, Silverbridge GFC 8.40am, Hughes Camlough 9am, Davitt Park 9am, St John the Baptist Portadown 9.10am to drive direct to Armagh fro 9.30am. All mid based players are asked to be at Athletic Grounds…

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Under 17 Academy
This squad will travel to Athletic Grounds for  a presentation. A bus will leave from Crossmaglen Hotel at 8.30am, Silverbridge GFC 8.40am, Hughes Camlough 9am, Davitt Park 9am, St John the Baptist Portadown 9.10am to drive direct to Armagh fro 9.30am. All mid based players are asked to be at Athletic Grounds for 9.30am. All players are expected to attend.

Under 16 Academy
This squad will travel to Callanbridge Armagh for a session. A bus will leave from Crossmaglen Hotel at 8.30am, Silverbridge GFC 8.40am, Hughes Camlough 9am, Davitt Park 9am, St John the Baptist Portadown 9.10am to drive direct to Armagh fro 9.30am. All mid based players are asked to be in Callanbridge for 9.30am. All players are expected to attend.

Under 15 South Academy
This squad will travel to the Athletic Grounds for a presentation and screening. Bus will leave from Crossmaglen Hotel at 8.30am, Silverbridge GFC 8.40am, Hughes Camlough 9am to drive direct to Armagh. All players on this squad are expected to attend.

Under 15 North Academy
This squad will travel to Athletic Grounds for a presentation and screening. Bus will leave from Davitt Park at 9am, St John the Baptist Portadown 9.10am to drive direct to Armagh. All players on this squad are expected to attend.

Under 15 Mid Academy
This squad are asked to meet at Athletic Grounds for a presentation and a screening. All players are expected to attend.

Under 14 South Academy
This squad will not train on Saturday due to National Feile

Under 14 North Academy
This squad will not train on Saturday due to National Feile

Under 14 Mid Academy
This squad will not train on Saturday due to National Feile

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Armagh 1-15 Donegal 1-9 http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-1-15-donegal-1-9/ http://www.armaghgaa.net/armagh-1-15-donegal-1-9/#comments Mon, 23 Jun 2014 13:49:57 +0000 http://www.armaghgaa.net/?p=15772 A personal tally of eight points from centre forward Fionnuala Mc Kenna helped Armagh overcome a plucky Donegal side in Lisnaskea earlier today (Sunday). After a tight first half it was advantage Donegal. The girls from the North West led at the break by a single point 1-5 to 0-7. However early in the second half…

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A personal tally of eight points from centre forward Fionnuala Mc Kenna helped Armagh overcome a plucky Donegal side in Lisnaskea earlier today (Sunday).

After a tight first half it was advantage Donegal. The girls from the North West led at the break by a single point 1-5 to 0-7. However early in the second half Caroline O Hanlon (pictured) netted for Armagh and the orchard girls never looked back after that going on to win by 6 points. The excellent Mc Kenna contributed 8 points and midfielder O Hanlon chipped in with 1-3.
The Armagh girls now have two weeks to prepare for the Ulster final which is against Monaghan in Omagh on Sunday 6th July.

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