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Monday 27 March 2023 Dublin: 0°C

# Armagh

All time
# brilliant breffni
Cavan end 18-year wait for Ulster final after pulsating replay win over Armagh
Mickey Graham’s men will face Donegal in the provincial decider.
Limerick v Clare, Dublin v Kildare, Armagh v Cavan - Sunday GAA match tracker
It was a busy one around the country.
Kildare name side to face Dublin, Armagh for Cavan replay and Davy Fitz shows his hand
We’re set for another busy weekend of GAA action.
# we go again
Cavan and Armagh face semi-final replay after thrilling extra-time battle
The two sides will meet in Clones again next Sunday to fight for a place in the provincial decider.
# Man Down
'It's very disappointing' - Six-time All-Ireland club winners set to be without Armagh star
Jamie Clarke will not be available for Crossmaglen this season according to club team-mate Aaron Kernan.
# For The Purist
Reilly stars for Cavan while Down and Armagh bag super goals - Ulster football lighting up championship
There were plenty of examples of exciting play in the games so far this season.
# Round-Up
Defending Ulster minor champions Monaghan get off to winning start while Tyrone hold off Donegal
There were also victories for Cavan and Derry in the first round of their provincial campaigns.
# Lurgan
Girl in critical condition after being stabbed in the neck in Armagh
The 15 year-old was stabbed at around 9pm last night.
# lock it up
'Take every step to keep it secure': Gardaí appeal to heavy machinery owners in bid to prevent more ATM thefts
“If criminal groups cannot steal diggers and other similar machinery, they cannot tear out ATMs.”
# Dropping Down
Cork come crashing down to Division 3 for the first time despite one-point victory in Armagh
The Rebel County were relegated before throw-in following Clare’s win over Tipperary earlier on Sunday.
# Back in action
3 changes for Cork as Powter to make first start in 14 months in relegation battle on Sunday
Cork must win in Armagh on Sunday.
# Report
Super sub Murphy makes decisive impact in narrow win for Donegal
Michael Murphy came off the bench to score 1-2 as his side overcame Armagh this evening.
# Armagh
DUP abstains from vote on Sinn Féin motion opposing dumping of radioactive waste
The DUP councillors weren’t happy with Sinn Féin’s response to a proposed amendment.
# Armagh
PSNI launch investigation after pipe bomb explodes near house with young children inside
Residents in Craigavon, Co Armagh were evacuated from their homes last night.
# Royals
Meath survive second-half comeback to see off Armagh in Navan
The Royals were nine points to the good at half time, but had their lead cut to just one with 10 minutes to go.
# Marching orders
Armagh and Sligo stars set to miss league games as bans are upheld
The pair were sent off during their respective National Football League clashes last weekend.
# Superstar
From opening an 18th season of inter-county football to a huge netball performance in Manchester
Armagh star Caroline O’Hanlon has had a manic two days.
# All Square
Tubridy brilliance from the sideline helps Clare to dramatic late draw against Armagh
It finished all square on a turbulent day in Newry.
# Silverware
3 red cards and 0-9 for McCurry as Tyrone edge Armagh in Dr McKenna Cup final
The half-forward notched nine of Tyrone’s 16 points in tonight’s game at the Athletic Grounds.
# Email scam
Woman in her 70s swindled out of £45,000 in 'absolutely despicable' scam
People have been urged to talk to older members of their families about scams.
# time for change?
'Do we really need universities in the McKenna Cup?' - Armagh assistant manager
Jim McCorry says that college teams are struggling to compete in the pre-season competition.
# Orchard Delight
'It was't acceptable' - Making history with a ladies football only centre of excellence
Armagh LGFA are building their field of dreams.
# Culture guide
Heading out for Culture Night? Here's what's on in the North
Culture Night is tomorrow and with everything from researching your name to retro gaming there’s something for everyone in the North.
# Armagh
Man dies after being hit by falling tree in Northern Ireland
Another man in his 40s has been taken to hospital for treatment to his injuries.
# the hills are singing
Delight for Donegal ladies as they book a place in first ever All-Ireland semi-final
A repeat of the Ulster final saw Donegal overcome Armagh once more.
# donegal demolition
'That wasn't the Armagh we know - it won't be as easy for us this time'
Donegal star Geraldine McLaughlin is expecting their All-Ireland quarter-final to be a completely different game to that of the Ulster decider.
# fixture update
First 2018 All-Ireland semi-finalists to be decided in all-Ulster clash in Omagh
Donegal and Armagh go head-to-head in Healy Park on Saturday as we hit the business end of the ladies football championship.
# Ladies Football
Armagh women battle to All-Ireland quarter-final despite classy Cork win
Armagh needed to avoid a defeat of greater than 15 points to progress to the last eight.
# Slieve Gullion
Irish Air Corps called to help fight wildfire in Armagh
The fire is just two miles from the border.
# Wrap
Cavan edge past Down while Armagh and Leitrim both prevail in the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers
There was plenty of action in the All-Ireland SFC qualifiers this evening.
# Landslide
Breathtaking Donegal score 9-21 to secure back-to-back Ulster titles
It was a one-sided affair at Brewster Park on Sunday as Donegal secured a landslide win against Armagh.
# Armagh
'No excuse for taking law into own hands': Two wanted men taken to hospital after assault
The two men were detained by members of the public.
Armagh side claim All-Ireland Schools title in third year of existence
It was a day to remember for St Ronan’s College, Lurgan.
# Round-Up
Cavan, Armagh and Carlow remain top as Offaly and Limerick record first league wins
Cavan, Armagh and Carlow remain on course for promotion after wins on Saturday evening.
# Lurgan
Four men arrested after several injured in stabbing incident at funeral in Armagh
The PSNI said that a “prolonged altercation” took place.
# down the divisions
Wins for Armagh and Down as Royals and Rossies can't be separated on dramatic day one
A wrap of all of today’s Division 2, 3 and 4 National Football League action.
# Lurgan
Woman awoke to find man holding her down by the throat during burglary
Police said two other men were also involved in the “terrifying ordeal”.
# peregrine watch
PSNI successfully use drones to keep watch over peregrine crime hot-spots
One nest that has been maltreated for the past 30 years was saved as a result of the operation.
# Lurgan
Eight-year-old girl held down by burglar during 'vicious' attack
A 48-year-old woman and a 17-year-old girl were treated in hospital for suspected fractures.
# the long walk home
From Austria to Armagh - this Irishman is trekking 2,500km across Europe for dementia
Eamonn Donnelly and his friend Sepp Tieber are currently making their way across England.