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    Club Membership - Pay Online

    Subcriptions WERE due on 01st August and Club Rules state that players whose subscriptions are unpaid, by 01st October, will not be selected.

    To pay for membership online simply click on the "Pay Online" link. You will then be transferred our Membership page which will allow you to pay securely via Paypal.

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    City of Armagh RFC App

    Check out our new, all free, App which includes Club news, events and much more.

    To download our App click on 'Use App' on our Facebook page or download it from the App Store or Google Play.

    Enable notifictions and you will get updates of all live scores, news and events as it happens direct to your phone or tablet.

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    Club News and Udates

    All City of Armagh RFC news, updates and match reports are available on the Club's Facebook page and Club App.

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    City of Armagh RFC 2020 Vision

    Following many hours work by volunteers, in October 2018, we achieved planning permission for the extension and refurbishment of our clubhouse to meet the demands from our increasing male and female playing numbers. 

    Work has now commenced on Phase One of our Clubhouse Development, the foundations have been laid, the shell of the new changing rooms area is being built and a lift is being added to a new stairwell construction, to aid access within the Clubhouse for those with disabilities. This is fantastic news and a significant milestone has been reached.

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  • Cork Con vs City of Armagh

    Cork Constitution vs 1xv

    Another chapter began on Saturday in the history of City of Armagh RFC when the First XV played their first match in the top tier of Irish club rugby away to Cork Constitution. 

    Against a team that finished in the top four last season, the City of Armagh team put in a very creditable performance, taking home a losing bonus point.

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    1xv vs Lansdowne

    In perfect sunny conditions, City of Armagh played their first ever home match in Division 1A of the All Ireland League, against Dublin visitors, Lansdowne. Paul Mullen returned at prop and Cameron Doak made his Armagh AIL debut. Captain Josh McKinley was also back from injury although Glen Faloon was a late withdrawal, replaced by Dylan Nelson and David Agnew joined the bench.

  • Shannon vs City of Armagh

    Shannon vs 1xv

    City of Armagh travelled on Saturday to face Shannon on the back pitch at Thomond Park in their third match of the Energia AIL Division 1A campaign.

    Congratulations go out to Six players who made their AIL debuts for the club across the first 3 games, Brayden Laing, Lewis Finlay, Sam Karlsen, James Anderson, Cameron Doak and Jude Postlethwaite.

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    1xv vs Dublin University

    City of Armagh First XV recorded their first home victory in Division 1A of the Energia All Ireland League on Saturday when they came from behind to defeat Dublin University in a tense encounter at the Palace Grounds. Armagh were without their captain, John McKinley and Timmy McNeice through injury, however the bench included Chris Colvin and Jack Treanor, returning from injury, while James McNabney was set to make his City of Armagh debut.


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