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# Armagh

This week
12th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
Twelve PSNI officers assaulted while arresting one man in Co Armagh
Armagh's penalty woes are rooted in culture and fear of failure
Everything fell for Armagh to win the match in normal and extra-time, but they were gripped by a smothering pressure.
Donegal in the promised land with Ulster triumph as Armagh's penalty agony goes on
For the second consecutive year, Armagh lose the Ulster final on penalties.
Last week
5th May 2024 - 18th May 2024
'Players do not care what you know, until they know you care’ - How McGeeney keeps the faith
Two brothers sentenced over sectarian intimidation of young mother in Lurgan
Last month
April 2024
PSNI arrest man who assaulted four officers by 'spitting, kicking, urinating and attempting to bite'
Armagh and Kerry lead the way in Division 1 league team of the year
Armagh fire home three early goals against Fermanagh to book Ulster semi-final spot
'Why would Kieran not be there next year?' - Armagh, McGeeney and trophy drought
Fake ad data Tánaiste obtained from Google through court order being 'forensically analysed'
Varadkar 'confident' Stormont can withstand shock resignation of former DUP leader Jeffrey Donaldson
March
March 2024
Donegal hold off Armagh in pulsating finale to land Division 2 league title
Over 20,000 counterfeit Apple and electronic devices seized by officers in Armagh and Belfast
Communities left in 'profound shock' after five people die in two separate collisions in North
Four people have died in a road crash in Armagh
Dramatic comeback clinches draw for Armagh as Cork secure top four league spot
Armagh and Donegal win promotion out of Division 2 with handsome wins
This year
2024
PSNI arrest man (22) on extradition warrant issued by Spanish authorities for murder
Player, pundit, columnist, steward, administrator, grafter and now President - Jarlath Burns
The 41st President of the GAA takes over this Saturday with a world of expectation upon him. But what change can he truly bring?
Armagh beat Kildare by 14 points, Meath edge Louth late on for first win
Two men arrested after reported kidnapping and assault in south Armagh
Pilot taken to hospital after small plane crashes in County Armagh
Armagh, Meath and Kerry claim top-flight football league wins
Cavan and Armagh champions celebrate All-Ireland club football final wins
Armagh dual star set for 23rd consecutive inter-county season
Last year
2023
PSNI seize cocaine worth estimated €11.65m close to the Louth border
PSNI confirm man's death following Co Antrim collision and make appeal over Armagh hit-and-run
Man charged with murder of 23-year-old Odhran Kelly
Two women charged by police in Armagh investigating the murder of Odhran Kelly
Michelle O’Neill says coming weeks are 'critical' in efforts to restore Stormont
Armagh star to debut for Melbourne, McKenna will start as Brisbane chase Grand Final spot
Galway and Armagh senior GAA club games live on TV next Sunday
Firefighter leaves retirement party to help rescue 28 calves trapped in slurry tank in Armagh
Pilgrims urged to 'take care' as thousands prepare for Croagh Patrick climb
Shots fired at house in Armagh shortly after midnight
How will Armagh, Cork, Mayo and Tyrone reflect after 2023 season exits?
Beggan the penalty shoot-out hero as Monaghan beat Armagh to All-Ireland semi-final spot
Beggan the penalty shoot-out hero as Monaghan beat Armagh to All-Ireland semi-final spot
Poll: Who do you think will win Saturday's All-Ireland football quarter-finals?
Kieran McGeeney's long record of improving players and teams is admirable