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High Moss Sarsfields G.F.C.
Na Sarséalaigh Na Mointe Arda C.L.G.
Founded: 1926
County: Armagh
Nickname: The Hoops
Club colours: Green and White
Coordinates: 54°30′11.13″N 6°27′32.84″W / 54.5030917°N 6.4591222°W / 54.5030917; -6.4591222Coordinates: 54°30′11.13″N 6°27′32.84″W / 54.5030917°N 6.4591222°W / 54.5030917; -6.4591222
Standard colours
Senior Club Championships
All Ireland Ulster
champions
Armagh
champions
Football : - - 1

High Moss Sarsfields G.F.C. is a Gaelic Athletic Association club based in Derrytrasna, County Armagh, Ireland. In addition to having numerous teams it is also a centre for other sports and activities. Sarsfields currently play in the Armagh ACL Division I[1] under the management of former Armagh GAA star Kieran McGurk. The current chairman of the club is Paddy O'Hagan[2].

History

The club was founded in 1926[3] and its all time highest achievement came in 1990, when for the first and only time they won the Armagh Senior Football Championship[4]. Another great achievement for the senior team came in 2007, when not only the Mens' Seniors were promoted to Division 2, but also the Ladies' team. By far the biggest achievement in recent years was the promotion of the Senior team, for a second successive season (2007/2008), back into their old stomping ground of the ACL Division I.

References

  1. ^ http://www.armaghgaa.net - listed in the All County Championship Table in the Club section of the Armagh GAA website.
  2. ^ http://www.armaghgaa.net - listed in Club Details in the Club section of the Armagh GAA website.
  3. ^ Maghery Sean MacDermotts GAA: Armagh Clubs
  4. ^ http://www.armaghgaa.net - listed in Club Championship Winners in the History section of the Armagh GAA website.

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