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Friday 3 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Armagh

Last month
January 2023
# Natalie McNally
Car seized by PSNI as part of Natalie McNally murder investigation
Detectives believe Natalie McNally knew her killer and was the victim of a targeted attack.
# police ramming
Man charged after police ramming incident close to Newry
Three PSNI officers were injured in the ramming, one of whom required treatment in hospital.
# Natalie McNally
PSNI recover suspected murder weapon in Natalie McNally investigation
Detectives believe Natalie McNally knew her killer and was the victim of a targeted attack.
Last year
# Lurgan murder
Police in the North renew appeal over murder of Natalie McNally in Co Armagh
Natalie McNally was 15 weeks pregnant when she was stabbed in her home on 18 December.
# Armagh
Funeral takes place for 'smart, strong, independent' Natalie McNally, who was killed in Lurgan
Natalie McNally has been laid to rest, as the investigation into her murder is ongoing.
# Natalie McNally
Brother of Co Armagh murder victim urges those responsible to confess
Natalie McNally, 32, who was 15 weeks pregnant, was fatally stabbed at her home in Lurgan on Sunday.
Woman found dead in Lurgan named as Natalie McNally as man arrested is released on bail
PSNI officers attended the scene of the suspicious death of a woman in Lurgan in Co Armagh.
# atm robbery
PSNI launch investigation after ATM stolen in Armagh overnight
The PSNI have appealed for witnesses.
# sharyar ali
Man jailed for a minimum of 13 years for the murder of 11-month-old baby boy
‘We have been robbed of life’s precious gift,’ said baby Hunter’s aunt.
# around the grounds
Crossmaglen are champions of Armagh again, Glen retain Derry senior title
There were Leinster first round wins for Portarlington of Laois and Ardee St Mary’s of Louth today.
# Tune in
Waterford hurling and Armagh football club games live on TV next Sunday
The club action rolls on next weekend.
# Geezer
Kieran McGeeney set for ninth consecutive season as Armagh manager
The 2002 All-Ireland winning captain’s return was agreed at a county board meeting last night.
# Ladies Football
Armagh on the hunt for new manager as Down appoint Orchard county man again
Peter Lynch returns to the Mourne county helm.
# mick lynch
Mick Lynch says Irish people have told him his message is ‘really resonating’
The RMT union boss has been a voice for workers’ rights and increased wages amid a cost-of-living crisis.
# Kingdom Ruler
Kerry star fires 2-6 in win over Armagh in exciting All-Ireland quarter-final
Aimee Mackin bagged 0-11 for Armagh in their defeat.
# brave
'I went through some of the worst days of my life grieving my Dad. Now I want to help others'
In a heartfelt interview, Armagh’s Aoife Lennon opens up on dealing with anorexia and the suicide of her father when she was 13.
# statement
'The vilification of Tiernan on social media over the last few days has been both unjust and unfair'
Armagh club Clann Éireann have defended their player this evening.
# End of the road
How will Armagh, Cork, Mayo and Clare reflect on the 2022 season?
Four teams bowed out at the weekend in the football quarter-final ties.
# Talking Points
Penalty drama, Croke Park brawl, Galway's strong form and plenty to consider for Kerry
It was a huge day of All-Ireland football quarter-final action.
# Talking Points
Kerry's next step, Mayo's challenge, the opportunity for Galway and Armagh
Two massive All-Ireland quarter-finals await in Croke Park.
# Poll
Who will win today's All-Ireland football quarter-finals?
Armagh and Galway, and Kerry and Mayo face off in a mouth-watering Croke Park double-header.
# Wrap
Narrow win secures Tipperary's senior status, Armagh and Kerry ease to quarter-finals
A round-up of some of today’s action in the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship.
# Clutch
Armagh captain and scoring star named Player of the Month for May
‘She stands up when she needs to and sets a great example for the rest of us.’
# Battle Royal
Lally's late score helps Royals secure a draw against Armagh and advance to the quarters
Aimee Mackin shone for Armagh but the Ulster county couldn’t hold onto their lead.
# new horizons
Armagh star Mackin to make the move to Melbourne
The Demons have signed Blaithin Mackin for the 2022 season.
# Aimee Mackin
The importance of Armagh ladies' new home and 'strictly Gaelic' amid AFLW interest
Aimee Mackin is one of the country’s top ladies football talents.
# Orchard Delight
All-Ireland champions Tyrone crash out after defeat to Armagh
The Orchard county were six-point winners at the Athletic Grounds.
# Sweet Caroline
'A phenomenal athlete' - Armagh's long-serving dual star set for another big weekend
Caroline O’Hanlon and Manchester Thunder are chasing another UK Netball SuperLeague title this weekend.
# Ladies Football
Dublin fire 6-23 to open Leinster title defence on a high, Armagh cruise into Ulster final
Hannah Tyrrell and Carla Rowe registered a combined haul of 4-14 as the Sky Blues put Westmeath to the sword.
# Armagh
Steven McDonnell: 'We do feel there was probably an agenda set towards the end of that game'
Armagh face Donegal in their Ulster championship opener on Sunday.
# The Orchard
'This guy is a superstar' - O'Neill availability a game changer for Armagh Ulster hopes
Armagh’s star man has been cleared to face Donegal in their Ulster opener.
# statement
Donegal will not appeal suspensions handed out after Armagh melee
‘CLG Dhún na nGall accept the referee’s report,’ a statement from the county reads.
# home comforts
McBrearty hits winner, Murphy misses penalty and Donegal safe from the drop
The home side defeated Armagh in Letterkenny today.
# back of the net
David Clifford goal key as Kerry book football league final spot after win over Armagh
Another victory for Jack O’Connor’s team.
# Allianz Leagues
Jack O'Connor makes three changes for Kerry's trip to Armagh
Tadhg Morley has been named captain as David Clifford is not included in the squad.
# Orchard Delight
Armagh boost Division 1 final hopes as they return to winning ways against Kildare
Orchard manager Kieran McGeeney was facing his former side.
# green and red
Young Ballina stars handed first starts as Mayo name team to play Armagh
James Horan brings Frank Irwin and Sam Callinan in to his starting team.
# All Square
Armagh remain top of Division 1 after rallying to clinch draw against 14-man Monaghan
Armagh came back from five points down to clinch a point as Conor McManus was sent off.
# Dr McKenna Cup
Monaghan defeat Armagh on penalties and Donegal see off Derry in semi-final clashes
The final takes place next Saturday afternoon.
# Dr McKenna Cup
Late goal seals win for Armagh over Cavan as Ulster pre-season action begins
Four points separated the teams at Kingspan Breffni.