Congratulations to Aoife Murphy who played during the halftime of the All Ireland Ladies Final. Big moment for any Gael to play on the Croke Park pitch. Let’s hope we see her back there in the future helping Armagh to victory.
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St Michaels were runners up to Clea PS in the Transition Cup final. Both the boys and girls teams put up excellent challenges and are proud of our displays.
Afterschool activities on a Thursday will begin again TODAY. . The GAA and soccer coaches will be back.
Congratulations to the Shamrocks who won the blitz in Mullaghbawn at the start of the month. Well done boys!
Armagh GAA and Clady GAA have combined resources to provide a GAA coach for pupils. The school has been given the following time slots; Thursday 1:15 – 2pmP4+P5 Thursday 2pm-3pmP6+P7 Pupils need football gear with their PE gear and wear trainers into school as activities will be in the Hall if the weather is wet. […]
The school is able to offer afterschool for GAA games on a Wednesday afternoon. P1-P3 pupils from 2pm-3pm and P4-P7 3 pm to 4 pm. This is voluntary coaching so no charge for pupils. Armagh City FC will commence a cross community soccer programme funded by Peace 4. A coach will come to school each […]
Orlaith on her way to Croke Park today to represent St Michaels PS by playing at half time durning the Killlenny & Limerick All-Ireland hurling semi-final as part of the INTO Cumann na mBunscol GAA Respect Exhibition Go Games. Orlaith plays camogie for St Michaels Primary and for St Mary’s Camogie club Granemore. You are […]
On a beautiful sunny morning the children enjoyed the GAA coaching session with Aileen. Aileen will be with us for the next six weeks, hope the weather stays as good for every session.
Aileen Mathews from the Armagh County Board will be taking GAA coaching P6 & P7 Pupils on Monday mornings starting 13th May. This will be our PE session for the week up to the end of the year
St Michael’s retained the Transition Cup with a very spirited display in Keady. The semi-final against Foley was a close game for the boys but a fantastic result from the girls ensured Clady would play in the final, Our opposition was Darkley who were very impressive against Clea in their semi- final, Both boys and […]