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      • 75'

        Armagh win 1-18 to Clare 1-13

      • 74'

        4pts in it, Armagh point from play Jarly Og Burns

      • 72'

        Oisin O'Neill extends lead to 2pts

      • 67'

        Armagh lead, point from play Oisin O'Neill

      • 63'

        Clare point from free Keelan Sexton, sides level

      • 58'

        Clare : 1-11(14) Armagh: 1-13(16) Armagh point from play Jamie Clarke

      • 54'

        Clare : 1-11(14) Armagh: 1-12(15) Clare point from free Eoin Cleary

      • 49'

        Clare : 1-10(13) Armagh: 1-12(15) Armagh point from free Rian O Neill

      • 48'

        Clare goal from play Cian O Dea

      • 43'

        12mins 2nd Half Armagh: 1-11(14) Clare: 0-10(10) Armagh point from play Rian O'Neill

      • 41'

        Armagh point from play Stefan Campbell

      • 36'

        Clare : 0-9(9) Armagh: 1-8(11) Armagh point from free Oisin O Neill

      • 35'

        Half time Clare : 0-9(9) Armagh: 1-7(10) Clare point from free Eoin Cleary

      • 15'

        Armagh: 1-6(9) Clare: 0-2(2) Armagh point from play Rory Grugan

      • 14'

        Armagh point from play Conor O'Neill

      • 8'

        Armagh point from play Rory Grugan

      • 6'

        Armagh point from free Rian O'Neill

      • 3'

        Armagh goal from play Calum Commisky

      • Armagh ( Clare): Blaine Hughes; Patrick Burns, Ryan Kennedy, James Morgan; Conor O'Neill, Callum Cumiskey, Aidan Forker; Niall Grimley, Oisin O'Neill; Rory Grugan, Stefan Campbell, Mark Shields; Jamie Clarke, Rian O'Neill, Conor Turbitt. Clare (Armagh) Stephen Ryan, Gordon Kelly, Cillian Brennan, Eoghan Collins, Pearse Lillias, Aaron Fitzgerald, Alan Sweeney, Cathal O’Connor, Ciaran Russell, Emmet McMahon, Eoin Cleary, Jamie Malone, Kerman Sexton, Joe McGann, Cian O’Dea

      Results

      TeamPenaltiesOutcome
      Clare1-13
      Armagh1-18

      Recap

      The final round of the league division two and we have Clare vs Armagh – Click for Preview, Team News & Live score commentary, the game starts at 2pm on Saturday. 

      Clare took a big step towards Division 2 safety with a win over Fermanagh last weekend. But, to ensure survival they need a result against Armagh. The Ulster side will be frustrated at their loss to Roscommon and will be looking to bounce back strongly. Clare vs Armagh takes place at 2pm on Saturday in Cusack Park.

      Clare had two points to spare against Fermanagh in a 1-11 vs 1-9 victory that condemned the Ulster side to relegation.

      Joe McGann’s superb individual goal was the difference at half-time. After the break, Clare extended their lead with a spread of scorers. Jamie Malone’s 0-3 came at a crucial time. With ten minutes to go, Fermanagh couldn’t reel in the five-point deficit.

      Meanwhile, Armagh’s performance against Roscommon perhaps wasn’t deserving of a four point defeat. They gave away two penalties to let Roscommon back into a game in which Armagh were totally controlling.

      A further goal for the Connacht side saw Armagh heads drop.

      But, there was a lot of good to take from the performance. For example, Armagh were quite efficient in from of the posts.

      Kieran McGeeney will still be confident of a promotion. Furthermore, if Cavan do them a favour, they could still go up as Division 2 winners.

      Team News

      Both sides start their Championship on November 1. So far, neither has picked up any major injury concerns.

      Clare play Tipperary who themselves are finding form at the right time. Clare could prioritise staying in Division 2 though. If they do, expect to see a full-strength team take the field against Armagh.

      Similarly, getting promoted is no small deal for Armagh. Therefore, McGeeney won’t shy away from letting his big guns loose again. The O’Neill brothers were especially impressive against Roscommon and could be deployed again.

      They play Derry in their Ulster Championship opener.

      Armagh ( Clare): Blaine Hughes; Patrick Burns, Ryan Kennedy, James Morgan; Conor O’Neill, Callum Cumiskey, Aidan Forker; Niall Grimley, Oisin O’Neill; Rory Grugan, Stefan Campbell, Mark Shields; Jamie Clarke, Rian O’Neill, Conor Turbitt.

      Clare (Armagh) Stephen Ryan, Gordon Kelly, Cillian Brennan, Eoghan Collins, Pearse Lillias, Aaron Fitzgerald, Alan Sweeney, Cathal O’Connor, Ciaran Russell, Emmet McMahon, Eoin Cleary, Jamie Malone, Kerman Sexton, Joe McGann, Cian O’Dea

      Clare vs Armagh: Division 2, Saturday, October 24th, 2pm (Ennis).

      Weekend GAA Fixtures, Live scores & Results

      https://www.sportsnewsireland.com/gaa/weekend-gaa-fixtures-results-25th-26th-27th-july-2020/

      https://twitter.com/officialgaa/status/1318509012535644160

      Details

      Date Time League Season Match Day Full Time
      October 24, 2020 14:00 GAA - Division 2 Football 2020 24/10/20 70'

      Venue

      Cusack Park
      Lifford, Ennis, Co. Clare, Ireland

      Clare

      # Player Position
      Keelan SextonForward
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      Armagh

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