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Thursday 2 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Armagh

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# Armagh
Britain's Queen Elizabeth unable to attend NI centenary event on medical grounds
The queen is to stay at Windsor Castle outside London.
The queen had been due to travel to Northern Ireland but will now stay in Windsor Castle.
The decision is not understood to be related to Covid-19.
President Michael D Higgins had previously declined an invitation to the event.
'Constitutional republican' Jack Chambers attending NI service 'to build on peace and reconciliation'
President Higgins says title of service marking partition and founding of NI 'isn't a neutral statement'
# Northern Ireland
'Constitutional republican' Jack Chambers attending NI service 'to build on peace and reconciliation'
The Fianna Fáil MInister of State is to attend the event with Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney.
# Armagh
DUP asks President Higgins to 'think again' as he declines invite to service marking 100 years of partition
It’s understood Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II will be in attendance at the church service in Armagh.
# Dancing at the Crossroads
Wexford finish strongest to claim All-Ireland glory in Croke Park thriller
Chloe Cashe hit 0-7 as the Yellowbellies saw off a resolute Armagh side.
# Wonder Woman
'I love what I do' - Armagh's long-serving dual star doctor excelling both sides of the Irish Sea
Caroline O’Hanlon has an international netball clash in Glasgow on Friday, before Saturday’s Ulster final against Donegal.
# RIP
'One of our greatest Gaels' - tributes paid after death of Armagh All-Star and Ulster-winning captain
Colm McKinstry was on the 1977 All-Ireland final team, a 1980 All-Star and Armagh captain in 1982.
# Royals
Meath stun Armagh to book All-Ireland semi-final spot in first year back in senior ranks
Star forward Emma Duggan fired 1-5 as the Royals were 3-15 to 1-14 winners.
# Baller
3-6 for magic Mackin as Armagh see off Mayo to reach All-Ireland quarter-finals
Elsewhere today, Katie Murray hit 2-3 as Waterford booked a last-eight date with Cork.
Mackin shines for Armagh - while Galway and Mayo also win
Armagh defeat Cavan by eight points; Mayo see off Monaghan by a single score and Galway win by five against Donegal.
# Team news
Armagh confirm Covid case ahead of Ulster semi-final against Monaghan, one change a-piece for Newry clash
Páirc Elser hosts tomorrow’s meeting, with throw-in down for 4pm.
# fixtures list
Ulster derby in Clones the live TV game as TG4 All-Ireland championship heats up
Armagh and Cavan face off on Saturday evening in one of five senior clashes down for decision.
# onion bag
Goals prove decisive as Armagh power past Antrim
Kieran McGeeney’s men ran out 13-point winners at the Athletic Grounds.
# Top Flight
McCarron hits brilliant winner as Monaghan relegate Galway and Armagh retain Divsion 1 status
Roscommon were also relegated to Division 2 this afternoon.
# NFL
Donegal and Tyrone secure semi-final slots after dramatic shift in fortunes
Armagh and Monaghan are in relegation play-offs following comebacks from their Ulster rivals in tonight’s NFL games.
# Wrap
Armagh make winning return to Division One against Monaghan
Elsewhere, there were wins for Meath and Clare.
# Geezer
Kieran Donaghy in, Jamie Clarke out, and being seen as 'someone who's old, grey and maybe full of sh*t'
Kieran McGeeney is gearing up for another season at the Armagh helm.
# Orchard Delight
Another AFL departure as Armagh star leaves Essendon after one year
Ross McQuillan has called it a day.
# north star
Kerry legend Donaghy explains how work situation allows for new Armagh coaching role
‘I’m hoping I can go up and add a different voice, a different viewpoint, and a fresh set of eyes.’
# Building Blocks
'We know that there is an All-Ireland in this team' - Armagh finish 2020 on a high with Ulster title
The Orchard county edged past Monaghan in yesterday’s low-key provincial decider.
# celebrations
Camogie Association investigating alleged pro-IRA chants after Armagh's All-Ireland win
The incident in question took place in the Armagh dressing rooms during their post-match celebrations.
# Winner winner
0-13 for Donnelly as Armagh hold off three-goal Cavan to land All-Ireland crown
The Orchard county banished the nightmare of losing the decider of four years ago to become Premier Junior champions.
# breffni battle
Dublin's four-in-a-row bid roars on as Rowe's 2-4 steers them into another All-Ireland final
Mick Bohan’s side drove on in the second half of a stern Armagh test to book their seventh decider date on the bounce.
# belief
'We’ve beaten Dublin before and have no fear of them' - Orchard eye another Gaelic games upset
Armagh face the three-in-a-row All-Ireland champions in today’s semi-final – and the underdog tag suits them just fine.
# Business end
Fixture details confirmed for mouth-watering All-Ireland ladies football semi-finals
The heat is on in the race for the Brendan Martin Cup.
# mackin magic
'There's no words. You're doing rehab and thinking of days like this... it was unreal' - Armagh's scoring hero
Aimee Mackin hit 2-7 – one of those a certain wonder point – as the Orchard county booked their All-Ireland semi-final spot yesterday.
# Baller
Aimee Mackin leads the way with 2-7 to send Armagh past Mayo and into All-Ireland semi-final
The prize for the Orchard county after their five-point win is a last-four date with champions Dublin.
# Cruise Control
Donegal ease past Armagh to reach yet another Ulster final
Defending Ulster champions were not tested by Armagh and now look the likeliest to challenge Dublin for Sam.
# mackin magic
The four siblings hoping to lead Armagh to glory - one having just returned from a serious knee injury
Aimee Mackin: ‘I don’t think my mum could watch me that first day back.’
# Ladies Football
Closer look: The state of play of the TG4 All-Ireland senior football championship
Four-in-a-row chasing Dublin are the only team to have booked a semi-final spot. Who will join them this weekend?
# Ladies Football
Impressive injury return for star forward as Armagh record huge win over Tyrone to book Ulster final spot
Back with a bang: Aimee Mackin inspired the Orchard county to a third decider in-a-row.
# Wrap
Goal rush as star man Smith leads Roscommon past Armagh and closer to Division 1 football
Elsewhere, John Heslin starred for Westmeath, Wickow hit 7-11 and Niall Carew’s Carlow reign started on a high.
# Craigavon
Five cancer patients test positive for Covid-19 in Armagh hospital
Several staff at the Craigavon Area Hospital are self-isolating as a precaution.
# injured on duty
Four police injured as vehicles rammed in Armagh
The incident took place in Jonesborough on Monday night.
# something in the water
Armagh star forward hits eight goals as deadly inter-county duo in devastating club form
Aimee Mackin scored eight goals at the weekend, while Caroline O’Hanlon fired six.
# Steven McDonnell
'I gave him a wee jab in the stomach, that’s all it was. Stephen didn’t take too lightly to it'
Armagh’s Steven McDonnell is this week’s guest on Warriors.
# Justice
'Our relentless pursuit': Gardaí vow to bring others involved in Adrian Donohoe's murder to justice
Garda colleagues said they hope other suspects will be held accountable.
# Inspirational
'She's just unbelievable' - Armagh's 2012 All-Ireland winning captain returns to football after cancer battle
Mags Carville (née McAlinden) is an inspiration to one and all.
# Genius Week
'Had we lost that 2002 All-Ireland I would have emigrated'
Joe Kernan mixed modern ideas with old school thinking as he turned Armagh from contenders into champions in 2002.
# On The Mend
'I felt sick and insanely tired' - All-Ireland winner McGuinness recovering after Covid-19 illness
Marian McGuinness describes what it is like to be diagnosed with the coronavirus, and her path to recovery.
# Doctor Who
The Armagh football and Superleague netball star working as a GP through the Covid-19 crisis
Caroline O’Hanlon tells The42 about working on the front line and not having time to think about missing sport.