September 30, 2020

Preview 4/10/20

A tough task awaits An Port Mór’s seniors as they travel North to face promotion chasers Wolfe Tones. This is the North Armagh men’s first season in ACL 2B and on current form their stay will be a short lived one. Having beaten Clonmore last day out, Wol...

September 27, 2020

An Port Mór 0-14 Keady 3-11

An Port Mór’s seniors faced an old nemesis on Sunday afternoon as Keady were the visitors to O’Neill Park. A perfect day for football with the sun splitting the trees, and only a slight breeze, both sides were looking for a win that would tak...

September 23, 2020

An Port Mór's Under 7's travelled to Granemore for their first outing of the season. Many of the children in amber and black were having their first day out in a Port Mór jersey. Thanks to Granemore for a sporting encounter and to the parents and coaches for facilitati...

September 21, 2020

Two clubs at the lower end of division 2B face off on Sunday afternoon at O'Neill Park. Just one point separates the teams in this rearranged fixture.

These teams played in the 2018 Junior Final with Keady coming out on top, Port Mór finished runners up in the league an...

September 13, 2020

An Port Mór 0-9 Clonmore 1-10

A wet and blustery O’Neill Park, An Port Mór was the setting Port Mór faced Clonmore in what  was ‘The Friendly Derby.’ Port Mór’s starting line up was minus four starters from their championship outing against Tullysaran but Gary Traynor w...

September 7, 2020

The 'Friendly' Derby

Just a few miles lie between An Port Mór and Clonmore and the closeness in distance is matched by closeness in rivalry and friendship. No one can forget the 2005 Armagh Junior final when a late Clonmore goal denied An Port Mór championship success. 

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August 15, 2020

Intermediate Championship
Round One
15.08.20
Abbey Park Armagh
An Port Mór 0-10 Tullysaran 0-11
Team Sponsor: T-Met
Game Sponsor: Tony Casey
Competition Sponsor: Cormac Leonard

An immaculate Abbey Park, Armagh on a balmy Saturday evening was the setting for An Port Mór’...

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