'Tis the (pre-)season!
Thursday, 17 July 2014 13:52
City kicked off their pre-season campaign on Tuesday night with a spirited 3-3 draw against Dungannon Tigers, with several young Eagles getting a chance to shine in the absence of some more experienced heads.

The preparation for the Belfast Telegraph Championship 1 season continues on Saturday, with the David Humphries Memorial Tournament. Fixtures are as follows:

Sat 19 July: Armagh Rovers v Newry City, 12pm; Armagh City v St Mary's, 3.30pm.
Sat 26 July: Armagh Rovers v St Mary's, 1.30pm; Armagh City v Newry City, 3.30pm.

Each team will play 2 games, and both entertaining attacking play and strong defensive showings will be rewarded with 3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, 2 points for a clean sheet and 1 point for each goal scored!

The rest of City's pre-season fixture list is as follows: Tue 22 July, home to Tullyvallen at 7.30pm, Fri 25 July, home to Antrim Rovers at 7.30pm, Mon 28 July, home to Riverdale Roves at 7.30pm, Tue 29 July, away to Tandragee Rover (time tbc), finishing on Sat 2 August at home to Warrenpoint Town with a 3pm kick-off.
 
Season of success celebrated at annual awards night
Sunday, 18 May 2014 22:28
After a wonderful year on and off the pitch, Armagh City's annual awards night took place at the Armagh City Hotel last night as players, sponsors, volunteers and sponsors - representing senior, youth and ladies teams - celebrated both the collective and individual achievements within the club. Eamon Kelly scooped both the Player of the Year and Players' Player of the Year awards after a super first full season, a popular choice among fans and colleagues.

Chairman Philip Johnston took time on the night to pay tribute to the masses of people who had helped bring the club to where it stands today, at the end of the most successful season in the club's history. While the senior squad's victories have been well documented, the night also allowed the U18s and U15s to step into the limelight, as the club's foundations were again represented with the promising youth players waiting in the wings.
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City finish with a flourish
Tuesday, 13 May 2014 22:24
Glebe Rangers 0 Armagh City 2

City finished up a wonderful season with a comfortable 2-0 win at the Riada Stadium in Ballymoney on Saturday, with goals from Andy Moore and Conor McNamee enough to see off Glebe Rangers.

The Eagles might have scored a bagful on the day, but the end-of-season feel to the fixture left both teams content by the final whistle. Shea McGerrigan had a few early chances to get on the scoresheet, but eventually set up Moore to nod home an inviting left-footed corner.

Glebe had a man sent off in the second half following an unnecessary confrontation and young striker McNamee finished the game off as a contest soon after with a neat lobbed finish.

The Eagles finished off the league campaign with 15 straight Championship 2 victories to match their 15 home league wins, another incredible achievement to add to a long list from this memorable 2013/14 campaign.

Well done to all the players and management on a superb year!
 
Armagh romp to another home win
Sunday, 04 May 2014 22:14
Armagh City 3 Portstewart 1

Armagh City romped to their 15th successive home league win of the season when they defeated Portstewart 3-1 on Saturday.
And, as a result, they completed victories over every other team in Belfast Telegraph Championship Two!
City rested several senior players on Saturday as manager Mattie Rice prepareed his side for their Intermediate Cup final clash with Bangor in Castledawson on Bank Holiday Monday evening, kick-off 5.15pm.
Armagh opened their account on 12 minutes when striker Stephen Murray set off on a 30-yard run before slipping the ball cleverly wide of onrushing 'keeper Joel Madison.
Ten minutes later the Holm Park outfit made it 2-0 when a poor kick-out from Madison was collected by City midfielder Eamon Kelly who returned the ball with interest from 25-yards out into an empty net.
Armagh wrapped up the match with their third score on 65 minutes when Philip Donnelly cut in from the left, leaving three defenders in his wake, before flashing home a powerful 15-yard shot.
Portstewart, however, fought hard throughout and were rewarded for their never-say-die attitude in the 85th minutes when Daniel Austin tapped the ball home at the back-post after hesitation in the City defence.
 

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