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Armagh

Armagh ( /ɑrˈmɑː/ ar-MAH; from Irish: Ard Mhacha meaning "Macha's height" ) is the county town of County Armagh in Northern Ireland. It is of historical importance for both Celtic paganism and Christianity and is the seat—for both the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Ireland—of the Archbishop of Armagh (the Primate of All Ireland). In 1995, Armagh was twinned with Razgrad, Bulgaria.

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Sarsfields GAA (Armagh) - History
... in 1990, when it won the county Senior Football Championship, defeating Armagh Harps 0-09 to 0-06 ... In 2010, in their second season back in Division One, the Sarsfields lifted the Armagh Intermediate Football Championship title ... in the IFC against Shane O'Neill's, Keady and Silverbridge, the Hoops defeated South Armagh side Cullaville Blues at Crossmaglen on October 3 Sarsfields 1 ...
Armagh, South Australia - The Town Today
... Today the hills around Armagh are known for the production of wine and olive oil ... Most of the old town has vanished leaving only a brick kiln, claypit, a few houses and the Miner’s Home Hotel, now a private museum ...
St Catherine's College Armagh
... Saint Catherine's College Armagh is a private Catholic school in Armagh, Northern Ireland ... basis to provide secondary education for all the Catholic girls of the greater Armagh area ... is situated on a 30-acre (120,000 m2) site off the Convent Road in Armagh and the existing school buildings have been refurbished and upgraded to ensure the provision of the most ...
St. Killian's GAC - Notable Players
... Jim Finnegan - Armagh player in 1977 All-Ireland final Cathal McSherry - represented South Armagh under Joe Kernan Neil McSherry - represented Armagh at Under 21 and Senior level Anthony ...
List Of Irish Presbyteries - Armagh
... Ahorey, Armagh - First Armagh - Mall, Armaghbrague, Belville, Benburb, Caledon, Cladymore, Clare, Craigavon, Drumhillery, Drumminis, Keady - First, Keady - Second ...