Over the past two years, Armagh have seen their Gaelic Football team once again competing against the best teams in the country under Kieran McGeeney.
Last year seemed to be a turning point for Geezer’s men – their attacking play saw them gain an impressive opening day win over then-defending All-Ireland Champions Dublin; and a convincing 6-point victory over fierce rivals Tyrone in the Athletic Grounds kicked off Armagh’s Division One league campaign in style.
Off the pitch, pundits continued to heap praise on the Orchard County for their incredible home and away support, with many claiming “The Boom is Back” in Armagh.
Fast forward a year and McGeeney’s men have been relegated to Division Two, and chances of lifting the Sam Maguire Cup in 2023 are looking slim… but not impossible.
Journalist/Featured in @ArmaghI, @UlsterGazette, and more/BA with First Class Honours and MA @UlsterJournos /Co-host and Producer of @BottomBinsPod on @PRLYSports and @Spotify /Primary School Teacher✍️