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  • Armagh ladies face a battle to keep title - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    McLaughlin and Niamh McLaughlin are other key Donegal players who could have big say in unlocking the Red Hands defence Follow BelTel Sport How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Rueful Crossmaglen Rangers are no longer the kings of the Castle By Declan Bogue Five points up with only 20 minutes played of this All Ireland club semi final Crossmaglen Rangers can have no complaints about throwing this game away Boss Oisin McConville is making sure Crossmaglen know the score By John Campbell Don t concede a goal That s the warning Crossmaglen Rangers joint manager Oisin McConville has given his side ahead of tomorrow s All Ireland club semi final against Connacht champions Castlebar Mitchels McGeeney stays calm despite another loss for Armagh By John Campbell One win in six competitive outings is not conducive to any manager s well being yet Armagh boss remains Kieran McGeeney refreshingly candid and thoroughly grounded as he takes stock of a side that remains Armagh blank helps to open the door for Meath success By Paul Keane Technically they re Gaelic football s form team right now so losing an opening round Allianz league tie to Meath the O Byrne Cup champions isn t the end of the world for Armagh Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Rueful Crossmaglen Rangers are no longer the kings of the Castle Armagh Gavin McParland sparkles in Armagh triumph as they hold off St Mary s Armagh Four in a row for Crossmaglen Rangers Armagh Armagh boss McGeeney fury despite Jamie Clarke s late rescue act against Tipperary Armagh John Lennon s glass is half full Armagh Pregnant woman booted off Belfast bus in blizzard because she didn t have change Northern Ireland Woman s body found on the M2 in Belfast near Bellevue Bridge Northern Ireland Cannabis oil transformed life of terminally ill brain tumour man Kieran McCrory Northern Ireland The Troubles gallery 40 years of conflict in Northern Ireland from the Belfast Telegraph Events A musical send off at funeral of country star Gene Stuart Northern Ireland James McClean involved in a touchline spat with Everton fan at Goodison Park Sinn Fein Northern chair

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  • McGeeney not satisfied despite landslide victory - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    Connell A Mallon B Donaghy J Morgan C Rafferty 0 2 E Rafferty 0 4 1 45 1free A Forker 0 1 M McKenna 0 3 T Kernan S Campbell 0 1 A Murnin 0 2 J Clarke 2 4 Subs M McConville for Connell D McKenna for Forker both 52 mins C O Hanlon for Kernan 58 S Forker for Campbell 67 G McParland for Murnin 69 Wicklow R Lambert C Hyland 0 1 R O Brien A Murphy D Healy P McLoughlin M Kenny A McLoughlin D Woods D Hayden 0 1 S Kelly N Gaffney P Cronin 0 4 0 2 frees T Kelly J McGrath 1 0 Subs P McWalter for Kenny C McGaynor 0 1 for Gaffney both half time J Stafford 1 0 for Woods 55 D Odlum for McGrath 56 P Cunningham for Kelly 57 Yellow card McGrath 9 Referee Eddie Kinsella Laois Follow BelTel Sport Related Content Stunning fightback earns Westmeath an historic win How to Complain If you have a complaint about the editorial content of the Belfast Telegraph or Sunday Life then contact the Editor here If you are not satisfied with the response provided then you can contact the Independent Press Standards Organisation here From the web Sponsored Videos Your Comments COMMENT RULES Comments that are judged to be defamatory abusive or in bad taste are not acceptable and contributors who consistently fall below certain criteria will be permanently blacklisted The moderator will not enter into debate with individual contributors and the moderator s decision is final It is Belfast Telegraph policy to close comments on court cases tribunals and active legal investigations We may also close comments on articles which are being targeted for abuse Problems with commenting customercare belfasttelegraph co uk Powered by Livefyre Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Livefyre Read More Rueful Crossmaglen Rangers are no longer the kings of the Castle By Declan Bogue Five points up with only 20 minutes played of this All Ireland club semi final Crossmaglen Rangers can have no complaints about throwing this game away Boss Oisin McConville is making sure Crossmaglen know the score By John Campbell Don t concede a goal That s the warning Crossmaglen Rangers joint manager Oisin McConville has given his side ahead of tomorrow s All Ireland club semi final against Connacht champions Castlebar Mitchels McGeeney stays calm despite another loss for Armagh By John Campbell One win in six competitive outings is not conducive to any manager s well being yet Armagh boss remains Kieran McGeeney refreshingly candid and thoroughly grounded as he takes stock of a side that remains Armagh blank helps to open the door for Meath success By Paul Keane Technically they re Gaelic football s form team right now so losing an opening round Allianz league tie to Meath the O Byrne Cup champions isn t the end of the world for Armagh Most Read Most Shared Most Commented Rueful Crossmaglen Rangers are no longer

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  • County Armagh GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    re ignite Armagh will face Donegal in three different competitions over the course of the next few weeks Armagh not required to give up home advantage against Donegal The Ulster Council have moved quickly to dispel the theory that Armagh might have to forfeit home advantage for their forthcoming provincial senior football championship clash against Donegal Victory over Tyrone has Armagh believing Armagh captain John Corvan believes his team have now established a firm platform from which they can launch their bid for the Nicky Rackard Cup following a morale boosting 3 17 to 0 20 win over Tyrone at the weekend League finals are now a platform to deceive Championship rivals Ten years on from the Armagh team of the multiple Macs McGeeney McGrane McDonnell McConville McEntees and McNultys the Orchard County are inching their way back into the light Out of date All Ireland Championship format must go says Armagh boss Kieran McGeeney Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney believes it is time for the GAA authorities to address what he feels is an unbalanced All Ireland Championship structure The hard work is only starting for Armagh says Kieran McGeeney There could hardly be a better time in the year to move into bonus territory than just on the cusp of the Ulster Championship Armagh s fringe players fail to impress Armagh go into the Division Three Final against Fermanagh with much work to do following this disappointing defeat at Markievicz Park Armagh county set to blossom thanks to rising stars Armagh have already gained promotion from Division Three of the Allianz Football League but there is another considerable bonus accompanying their elevation Orchard on the up but still room for growth The Orchard County may have moved up in the world but assistant manager Peter McDonnell standing in for absent boss Kieran McGeeney believes the team still has to ripen Postponed Armagh showdown with Antrim may be jinxed When Armagh met Antrim in the Ulster U21 football championship last year the match was beset with problems The throw in was delayed because of a lack of turnstile operatives and the game then went to a replay proving something of a long drawn out saga Armagh s victory over Clare keeps promotion hopes alive A 13 man Armagh scraped past a dogged Clare to keep their Division Three promotion bid alive Fermanagh boss Peter McGrath draws plenty of comfort The broad smile on the face of Fermanagh manager Peter McGrath at the end of this frenetic Allianz Football League Division Three showdown at the Athletic Grounds said it all Fermanagh boss Peter McGrath confident Armagh can be mastered Mention a game played almost 11 years ago and Fermanagh manager Peter McGrath can t betray his origins Unbeaten Armagh cautious ahead of Fermanagh showdown His team may be unbeaten in Division Three of the Allianz Football League but Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney has little grounds for complacency as they prepare to take on high flying Fermanagh at the Athletic Grounds on

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  • County Armagh GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    describes as a comedy of errors against Tyrone on Wednesday night when they meet Tipperary in their opening Allianz League Division Three fixture tomorrow week Gavin McParland sparkles in Armagh triumph as they hold off St Mary s Armagh summoned on their experience and power to overcome the feisty challenge of St Mary s in this frenetic Bank of Ireland Dr McKenna Cup tie at a rain lashed Athletic Grounds Armagh star Aidan Forker aiming to sink his close friends Aidan Forker will find himself confronting familiar faces tonight and hoping to heap ignominy on them Orchard County bloom as Armagh seals mighty victory against Antrim Armagh boss Kieran McGeeney admitted he had no issues with Jamie Clarke s sending off in his side s 10 point win over Antrim in yesterday s McKenna Cup Group C clash at Creggan but has called for more protection for the game s marquee players Jamie Clarke will feel the benefit of his unusual position with Armagh After Sunday s season opener against Tyrone Armagh boss Kieran McGeeney emerged from the dressing room and addressed all questions with consideration and honesty New Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney s influence is evident Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney s influence was written large on his side on Sunday most especially in the area that he himself was one of the greatest exponents the tackle No moves to punish rivals Tyrone and Armagh yet The Ulster Council Public Relations Officer John Connolly has said there will be no immediate action taken in the wake of the ugly scenes on display in Sunday s derby match between Armagh and Tyrone Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney fumes at delay over throw in New Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney cut a frustrated figure in The Athletic Grounds as he waited for his second coming to begin with the Ulster Council delaying the throw in for over half an hour Mickey Harte grasps chance to rebuild Tyrone The retirements of such high profile Tyrone players as Stephen O Neill Martin Penrose and Conor Gormley have served to keep the focus on the past of late Hot Cross far too good for tuneless Harps It surely gets no easier than this Crossmaglen Rangers collected their 18th Armagh senior football championship title in the last 19 years without ever quite engaging first gear at the Athletic Grounds yesterday Kernan leading the way for Crossmaglen Rangers Crossmaglen Rangers midfield dynamo Johnny Hanratty preparing to line out in yet another Armagh championship final on Sunday when Harps will be the opposition today firmly rubbishes the theory that 30 is the sell by age for leading players Armagh boss McGeeney is hoping to avoid more drop outs Armagh manager Kieran McGeeney is keeping his fingers crossed that there will be no further defections from the list of possible county squad candidates he has drawn up We ll miss Aaron but Orange future still shines bright The Armagh squad is gearing up for life without Aaron Kernan And while there

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/armagh/?page=3 (2016-02-15)
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  • County Armagh GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    year Armagh ace James Lavery return boosts Maghery title tilt Armagh ace James Lavery has overcome what was initially thought to be a career threatening injury to make a robust return at club level just in time for the county championship Former Armagh manager Paul Grimley defends Orchard media ban and hits out at pundit Joe Former Armagh manager Paul Grimley who stepped down last Monday from the Orchard County job after an impressive Championship season has revealed that the management team had considered employing a PR company to resolve the mess that their media black out had caused O Hanlon s urging Armagh girls to up the ante Armagh ladies football team captain Caroline O Hanlon is nothing if not versatile Missed kick is costly for Kernan but he is back for Crossmaglen Against Roscommon in Hyde Park in the qualifiers Armagh s Tony Kernan stood over a free kick from the ground tight to the touchline It was one of Sky s first live games and they captured the moment in glorious slow motion Kieran McGeeney in pole position to take charge of Armagh The Armagh county board is expected to go through the formal process of seeking a successor to football boss Paul Grimley now that the Pearse Og clubman has stepped down from the role he has filled for the past two years Grimley reveals doubt as McGeeney s tipped to take over It was within his post match quotes on Saturday that Armagh manager Paul Grimley planted a seed of doubt about his future as Armagh county manager Only last month speculation emerged that Grimley would be stepping down at the end of this Championship campaign to be replaced by Kieran McGeeney Dublin s Philly McMahon to follow Armagh s game plan Armagh manager Paul Grimley referred to his team s herculean effort against Donegal on Saturday as a game of patience And his observation hasn t been lost on Dublin s defensive lynch pin Philly McMahon Jim McGuinness Donegal men keep their cool to break Armagh hearts Armagh are gone and with them one of the most trenchant spats with the media in the game which went up another couple of notches prior to this defeat when they refused to take a team photograph Quarter final place shows how far Armagh have come says McConville Former Armagh star Oisín McConville has revealed that the present Orchard team has wildly exceeded his expectations for the season ahead of their All Ireland quarter final against Donegal tomorrow in Croke Park throw in 4pm It s time for Armagh to put an end to childish tantrum Is this one of these media writing about media bore fests that the media loves or is there a nonplussed indifference to the entire scenario surrounding the Armagh media ban Juvenile journalism caused ban says Armagh s Paul Grimley Armagh manager Paul Grimley has hit out at what he feels is juvenile journalism in relation to the county s media ban

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  • County Armagh GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    before losing to them in a replay and subsequently overcame Tyrone and Roscommon in the qualifiers but Grimley views the victory over the Red Hands as the most significant step in his team s development Old guard could be inspiration for an Ulster double When Armagh and Monaghan embark on their All Ireland football qualifier Round 4B missions against Meath and Kildare respectively in Saturday s attractive Croke Park double bill they will both lean heavily on the input of their more venerable warriors in a concerted bid to reach the quarter finals Meath out to cut down Orchard Armagh manager Paul Grimley knows that his side will face a stern test against Meath in the All Ireland qualifiers Round Four series on Saturday week Momentum now with Armagh says Paul Grimley Armagh manager Paul Grimley believes victory in Roscommon keeps them on track for the glory days to return to the Orchard county who now face Meath in the next qualifier McConville upholds the legendary status of his family Oisin O Neill will have a lot to live up to when he steps out with Armagh for Sunday s Ulster minor football final against Donegal at Clones The talented Crossmaglen Rangers player is a nephew of Orchard County legend Oisin McConville and will have a key role at centrethreequarters in an Armagh side that has already upset the formbook by beating Cavan and Monaghan en route to the decider Unlocking Armagh s defence is key to victory Evans Armagh will go into tomorrow s third round All Ireland football qualifier against Roscommon conscious that their opponents have already been acquainted with a taste of what they can expect to confront at Dr Hyde Park Paul Grimley determined to lead Armagh s charge Armagh manager Paul Grimley is going precisely nowhere apart from to Dr Hyde Park Roscommon on Saturday that is Optimism sweeps Armagh with dream of All Ireland impact The topsy turvy nature of inter county football has been brought into sharp focus following the draw for round 3B of the All Ireland football qualifiers Grimley s plan took bite out of Ulster rivals There is no doubt that the better side on the day won at Healy Park yesterday afternoon and but for the heroics of Niall Morgan things could have been a whole lot worse for Tyrone Tyrone men bow out with a whimper as Armagh bloom Could it realistically be a surprise for Armagh to come to Healy Park and win this game Conundrum of Kernan s situation goes further than Crossmaglen For many years the situation between the Armagh county team and Crossmaglen Rangers was tricky Paul Grimley is now facing a major test of his ability Armagh manager Paul Grimley could find his midfield options trimmed for next weekend s All Ireland football qualifier against old rivals Tyrone at Healy Park Omagh Monaghan send Armagh packing Monaghan 1 18 Armagh 1 13 Perhaps within their own circle of trust Armagh might reflect how

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  • County Armagh GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    deserved their draw on Saturday evening as they refused to accept defeat when things weren t going their way and that result will have given them a great boost in confidence This is more than a dream for Orchard men Without belief as a sportsman the result is a formality and not a favourable one Last throw of the dice for Armagh trio Donaghy Toner and Mallon Armagh s bid to have a one match ban imposed on three key players overturned could go right down to the wire Jamie Clarke can spark new life into Armagh Jamie Clarke was mildly amused to see himself touted in the pre match publicity as the Armagh captain for the Ulster Championship clash against Cavan Donegal hammer Antrim in second half with McCloone O Connor and Molloy goals Donegal s second half surge saw off a determined Antrim challenge on a scoreline of 3 16 to 0 12 in Clones Armagh manager Paul Grimley hopeful as star trio bid to overturn brawl bans Armagh manager Paul Grimley expects to learn tonight just how strong his team will be to confront Monaghan in the second Ulster senior football Championship semi final tomorrow week Derry hold off late Armagh onslaught Derry hurlers survived a late rally from Armagh to secure an Ulster semi final clash against Down with a six point win at the Athletic Grounds yesterday Armagh trio want urgent conclusion to appeals The Armagh county board is confronted by a bitter sweet scenario as it comes to terms with the punitive action taken by the Central Competitions Control Committee in the wake of the pre match flare up that marred last Sunday s game against Cavan in the Ulster Championship Brawl set to impact future of Armagh and Cavan The powerful Central Competitions Control Committee looks set to come down hard on both Armagh and Cavan following the pre match fracas which tarnished last Sunday s Ulster Championship quarter final between the counties at the Athletic Grounds Once Armagh were into stride there was only the one winner It will have come as something of a surprise to a lot of people that Armagh won yesterday afternoon but there is no doubt that their victory was fully merited Armagh v Cavan Orchard win the argument It is often said among Kerry football and Kilkenny hurling aficionados that they know their team is going well if there is a good bit of skelping at training Armagh v Cavan Ulster Championship match marred by brawl A GAA investigation is under way after a mass brawl between players from Armagh and Cavan broke out before yesterday s Ulster Championship match had even started Armagh v Cavan fight mars GAA game before it even begins A GAA investigation is under way after a mass brawl between players from Armagh and Cavan broke out before yesterday s Ulster Championship match had even started Caroline O Hanlon is hoping to home in on victory Armagh captain Caroline O Hanlon

    Original URL path: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/sport/gaa/armagh/?page=6 (2016-02-15)
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  • County Armagh GAA News, Match Reports, Fixtures & Analysis - BelfastTelegraph.co.uk
    midfield options for the forthcoming Ulster championship clash with Cavan rather more limited now that James Lavery has been ruled out Armagh manager Paul Grimley calls on youth with long game in mind Armagh boss Paul Grimley has taken the bold step of thrusting five newcomers into his squad for the Ulster Championship Grimley riled as Armagh suffer relegation misery at hands of Donegal FIVE points may have separated the sides at the finish but in reality they were poles apart following this throbbing Allianz League Division Two contest at the Athletic Grounds yesterday Troubled former Tyrone player Cathal McCarron needs our support says GAA legend Oisin McConville who beat addiction to gambling GAA legend Oisin McConville says troubled former Tyrone player Cathal McCarron needs support and understanding amidst the fallout from his appearance in a gay sex video Row over Casement Park bar is settled An ongoing row with threats of legal action to halt building work on Casement Park s planned multi million pound redevelopment has been settled Armagh s recovery falls short in Galway showdown Galway 2 14 Armagh 1 13 The concession of two goals in the opening four minutes shocked Armagh at Tuam Stadium yesterday and while they eventually recovered they were unable to close out the win which would keep their promotion hopes alive Armagh in need of away day joy to stay on track Armagh manager Paul Grimley disputes the theory that playing at home can be of a considerable advantage to teams in the Allianz Football League Armagh deliver on their promise Armagh fended off a fierce challenge from a resilient Antrim side before eventually coming out on top in this stirring Ulster U21 football championship quarter final replay at Pairc Esler Newry last night Tony Kernan still looking up in Armagh s run to finish Tony Kernan is logging up thousands of miles in his bid to help Armagh secure their place in Division Two of the Allianz Football League Armagh face relegation showdown Armagh s whitewash in Division 2B of the Allianz Hurling League they lost all five games means they must face Fingal in a relegation shoot out John Lennon s glass is half full His team may be marooned pointless at the bottom of Division 2B of the Allianz Hurling League but Armagh manager John Lennon is not quite garbed in sackcloth and ashes Orchard boys hoping for big finish Armagh manager Paul Grimley is facing into the toughest period of his tenure to date as he prepares to plot his team s survival in Division Two of the Allianz Football League Armagh crash down to earth Armagh 0 10 Monaghan 1 17 Unbridled joy for Monaghan boss Malachy O Rourke but another harsh reality check for his Armagh counterpart Paul Grimley Aaron Findon happy to be Armagh s utility man Aaron Findon is ready to accept any role whatsoever in the Armagh side that will seek to maintain its recovery mission against Monaghan tomorrow night Armagh manager

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