Is that the new thing now? Each season, inter-county management search for the extra inch. Rule-makers strive for the perfect rule And players do whatever it takes to win (in comfortable socks, of course). Here’s a few innovations for the Championship. Sort of.
Fri, 22 May, 2015
While the stands emptied and Tyrone players disjointedly made their way to the dressing room, in the middle of the pitch, an Armagh squad stood with their arms wrapped around each other huddled tightly together listening to the man in the middle.
Mon, 14 Jul, 2014
Armagh Minor captain Declan McKenna is hoping his side can bring home the Tom Markham Cup to the Orchard County for the first time in 60 years when they face Mayo in today's All-Ireland Minor Football Championship final at Croke Park (kick off: 1.15pm).
Sun, 20 Sep, 2009
PERHAPS one of the greatest achievements of Armagh football since their reemergence as a force in Ulster football 10 years ago is that they have succeeded in imposing themselves on the public consciousness so effectively that even as they face the All Ireland champions in Clones tomorrow, many are reluctant to write them off.
Sat, 30 May, 2009
All-Ireland titles for both club and county have made 32-year-old Oisin McConville one of the most decorated footballers in the game, yet the veteran Crossmaglen Rangers player who picked up his fourth AIB Provincial Ulster Club footballer of the Year award today in Dublin is still keen for more action on the GAA pitches of the country.
Mon, 03 Mar, 2008