Tag: Armagh

Preview: Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship Round 5

A big final weekend of Group Stage action in the Glen Dimplex Premier Junior All-Ireland Championship. Eyes will be on Tipperary and Armagh along with Laois and Roscommon to see who makes the semi-final stage, while the quarter-final spots are still up for grabs elsewhere.

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Roundup: Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship Round 4

Ahead of the final round of action in the Glen Dimplex Premier Junior Camogie Championship, Armagh and Tipperary will face off In Group 1 to determine who advances straight into the semi-finals. With another strong result under their belts, Laois are in pole position  to top Group 2 as Roscommon suffered a first defeat of the series.

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Preview: Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship Round 3

After a two week hiatus the Glen Dimplex Premier Junior All-Ireland Championship returns this weekend, Group 1 will see Tipperary, Wicklow and Armagh looking to remain unbeaten, while in Group 2, Limerick hope to remain top as they host Laois in Rathkeale, as that Group looks like a minefield. 

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Roundup: Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship Round 1

Armagh made it a winning start to their Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie Championship campaign while also in Group 1 Tipperary produced an empathic win over Down. Group 2 was all about the home sides as Limerick and Laois recorded opening round home wins. 

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Preview: Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Premier Junior Championship Round 1

Plenty of exciting ties in the opening round of the Glen Dimplex All-Ireland Premier Junior Camogie Championship this weekend. Tipperary and Limerick will form double headers with their Senior counterparts while Armagh and Tyrone aim to continue their fruitful form this year.

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