# Armagh

Last month
February 2023
# Wrap
Rossies brilliant start continues, Monaghan hit 1-20 to beat Donegal
Davy Burke’s side followed up their previous victories at home to Tyrone and away to Galway with another impressive result.
Last year
# Unlucky
McGeeney philosophical after Armagh's 'cruel' championship exit
Kieran McGeeney’s side went out on penalties to Galway in the All-Ireland quarter-final.
# Drama
Galway beat Armagh on penalties after incredible All-Ireland quarter-final
They advance to play Derry in the last four.
Last-gasp goal sees Armagh prevail amid extra-time win over Donegal in Ulster final
Kelly Mallon’s effort, 90 seconds from time, proved decisive.
# Brawl
GAA must enforce Armagh-Tyrone suspensions if they're serious on stopping melees
Both counties are expected to appeal the red cards handed out to five players on Sunday.
# The42 GAA Weekly
'Kieran McGeeney will look at it and say, 'This is so achievable''
Marc Ó Sé was impressed with Armagh’s win over Dublin.
# Orchard Delight
Donaghy's influence plain to see as Armagh attack sparkles
The long diagonal ball yielded dividends for the Orchard County in their stirring win over Dublin.
# opening night blues
Armagh enjoy sensational start to league by taking Dublin’s scalp
Rian O’Neill grabbed 1-4 in a sensational display for Kieran McGeeney’s team.
# Pre-Season
Armagh defeat Tyrone as McKenna Cup semi-final line-up confirmed
Donegal and Derry also sealed their places in the last four today.
All time
# standing out
Armagh's Aimee Mackin wins Player of the Month award
The 24-year-old attacker has been an integral part of her side’s All-Ireland SFC Championship campaign.
# Geezer
McGeeney agrees to extension as Armagh boss
It will be Kieran McGeeney’s eighth year in charge of his native county.
# Thriller
Monaghan get the better of Armagh in an Ulster classic
Monaghan were inspired by Jack McCarron and Conor McManus as they saw off Armagh on a 4-17 to 2-21 scoreline.
# gaa weekly
'It would be disappointing to see them going down after all the hard work Kieran McGeeney has done'
Marc Ó Sé discusses Armagh’s relegation battle in this week’s episode of The42 GAA Weekly.
# Green Light
GAA confirm crowds of 500 permitted at National League games in Northern Ireland
The development only applies to games which take place in the Six Counties.
# The42 GAA Weekly
'It's just a mistake by Kerry' - Marc disappointed to see Donaghy snapped up by Armagh
The Kerry great was speaking on The42 GAA Weekly podcast.
# Orchard Delight
Armagh see off late Derry challenge to advance into Ulster semi-final
They’ll face Donegal in the last four.
# Division 2
Armagh celebrate going up and Laois produce stunning comeback on dramatic final league day
Jack O’Connor’s Kildare team are also safe after they defeated Westmeath.
# Outbreak
Positive Covid-19 cases among Armagh senior and Clare minor football panels
Both teams are scheduled to return to competitive action this month.
# Covid-19
'Please reopen our GAA pitches' - calls grow from star players for changes to current shutdown plan
TJ Reid and Steven McDonnell have both called for club grounds to be re-opened sooner than the planned 20 July date.
# Family ties
The search for consistency and advice from uncle Oisín: Rían O'Neill is Armagh's latest star
The young Crossmaglen Rangers forward comes from a family with a rich footballing history.
# Geezer
7 years after his messy departure, McGeeney's fingerprints remain all over Kildare
Ten players who won a Leinster U21 crown under Kieran McGeeney in 2013 are part of Jack O’Connor’s panel.
# around the grounds
Cavan strike late for first league win and Laois come good to defeat Armagh
In Division 4 there was success earlier today for Wexford over Carlow.
# around the grounds
Davy's Wexford and McGeeney's Armagh make strong starts to league campaigns
There were also football league wins tonight for Limerick and Carlow.
# Up and Running
Monaghan, Down and Armagh win Dr McKenna Cup opening games
The Ulster competition began today.
# Club Action
Cross book spot in Armagh final and 2018 Munster club finalists back in Clare decider
There was also key action today in Derry, Monaghan, Offaly and Wicklow.
# Rising Stars
Kerry duo and Armagh forward to contest Young Footballer of the Year award
Sean O’Shea, David Clifford and Rian O’Neill are all in the running.
# Jarlath Burns
Armagh propose Ulster winning captain for role of next GAA President
Jarlath Burns has entered the race for the position which will be chosen at GAA Congress 2020.
# Going nowhere
McGeeney has term as Armagh boss extended
Kieran McGeeney will remain in charge of his native county for a further two years.
# Deadline Day
Armagh, Galway and Waterford stars join summer exodus Stateside
Jarlath Og Burns, Conor Whelan and Austin Gleeson all had their sanctions approved within the last few days.
# Orchard Delight
O'Neill grabs two goals as Armagh dump Monaghan out of the qualifiers
Kieran McGeeney’s men advance in the backdoor of the All-Ireland SFC.
# Having A Maor
8-week ban upheld for Monaghan player after incident as maor uisce in Fermanagh game
Hughes is currently out injured with a broken ankle.
# London Calling
'It's a massive addition for us' - Jamie Clarke completes transfer to London club
Clarke will link up with Down forward Connaire Harrison at Neasden Gaels later this summer.
# Backdoor Battles
Saturday away trips for Mayo and Tyrone - GAA confirm All-Ireland qualifier fixture details
Seven games will take place on Saturday 22 June with one match on the Sunday.
# five-goal thriller
Armagh claim first Ulster victory in five years with extra-time win over Down in goal-fest
Rian O’Neill posted eight points for the winners, while Andrew Murnin hit a vital 1-1 off the bench.
# Team-sheets
Clarke in attack for Armagh as 4 debutants named while Cavan bring in two newcomers
Armagh play Down on Sunday while Cavan take on Monaghan tomorrow.
# Watching On
Armagh boss slapped with four-week sideline ban in wake of match against Clare
McGeeney watched yesterday’s victory over Tipperary from the event control room in the Athletic Grounds.
# Orchard
Armagh pick up first league win of the year with six-point win against 14-man Tipperary
Brian Fox was sent-off for striking Jamie Clarke in the first-half.
# fashion and football
Jamie Clarke talks 'growing as a person' in New York and his upcoming fashion label
The 2017 All-Star nominee recently returned to the Armagh fold.
# Division 2
Promotion hopefuls Kildare and Armagh finish level after entertaining clash
Jimmy Hyland kicked four points for Cian O’Neill’s side.
# Prodigal Son
How the return of 'one of the best players in Ireland' could light a fire under Armagh's season
Jamie Clarke is back after stints in Melbourne and New York.