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  • Tones hit right note against St Peter’s

    THE senior footballers of Wolfe Tone and St Enda’s, Derrymacash, travelled to Clann Éireann on Sunday, where they were in championship action...

  • Birthday girl O’Hanlon hoping to pop Cork!

    by Richard Bullick BEATING champions Cork for the first time ever would be the perfect present for birthday girl Caroline O’Hanlon seven...

  • Wolfe Tones refocus after Tír na nÓg defeat

    Tír na nÓg 3-6 Wolfe Tones 0-10 THE senior footballers of Wolfe Tone and St Enda’s, Derrymacash, travelled to Tír na nÓg on...

  • Shanes’ U14 girls take championship crown

    PRIDE of place in Shane O’Neill’s GFC this week goes to the U14 girls (pictured), who were crowned championship winners last Friday evening with victory...

  • St Patrick’s Cullyhanna caught in relegation battle

    Whitecross 1-8 St Patrick’s Cullyhanna 0-9 ANYONE who was in doubt about whether or not Cullyhanna are caught up in the relegation...

  • Harps ‘Strictly’ stars to be unveiled!

    ARMAGH Harps will be hosting their ‘Harps Brainiest Team Quiz 2013’ tomorrow night, Friday, August 2, at 9.30pm. It is one of...

  • ‘Cruppen power into County final!

    by Richard Bullick CAPTAIN Caroline O’Hanlon netted twice as Carrickcruppen convincingly saw off the challenge of Armagh Harps in Monday night’s...

  • Armagh Harps clinch ‘B’ Championship

    Congratulations to Harps Senior B team who last week defeated a gallant Maghery side by 1-10 to 0-06 in the T-Met Senior B Championship All...

  • ‘Tones pipped by neighbours Clann Eireann

    The senior footballers travelled to Clann Éireann on Sunday getting off to a slow start conceding two points in the opening period....

  • Ogs get the better of Killeavy

    Killeavy 0-8 Pearse Og 0-12 Killeavy seniors were back in action after a prolonged break on Sunday morning. With Armagh now outof the  Qualifiers, Ciaron O’Hanlon andJames  Donnelly were available for selection for the home match with Pearse Og. Conditions were thankfully cooler than recent weeks, but the scoring threat was also off the boil,in a very low scoring first half. The team looked as though they hadn’t been together for a while, but with 20minutes to play the match was evenly poised at 5 points each. It was Pearse Og who seized the initiative, kicking 5 points in a row in a 10 minute period that defined theresult. Killeavy eventually lost by 4, and will now have to really work on cementing their league status, andpreparing for championship action next month. Match report courtesy of Killeavy

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