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30 Jul 2013

527952_344089415674604_1599802051_nBeidh Féile an Átha Bhuí ar siúl i mbliana Dé Sathairn 17 Lúnasa.

Cuirfear tús le Siúlóid an Átha Bhuí ag an seanardeaglais in Ard Mhacha ar 11am. Beidh siúlóid threoraithe ann ar bhealach an chatha a shiúil na Sasanaigh idir Ard Mhacha agus An Port Mór.

Chomh maith leis sin, imreofar Cluiche dúshláin Chorn an Átha Bhuí idir Cumann Camógaíochta Naomh Bríd agus Cumann Camógaíochta Thaillte an Choláiste ar 3pm ag CLG Naomh Colmcille ar an Ghráinseach.

Imreofar Cluiche dúshláin Sciath an Átha Bhuí idir Cumann Iománaíochta Chú Chulainn, Ard Mhacha agus Cumann Iománaíochta na Láimhe Deirge, an Céide ar 4pm ag CLG Naomh Colmcille ar an Ghráinseach fosta.
Bígí linn le comóradh a dhéanamh ar cheann de na buanna is iomráití a bhí ag na Gaeil i stair na hÉireann.

BQa7Q2ACMAIqTFNThis year’s Yellow Ford Festival will take place on Saturday 17 August.

There will be a guided walking tour, leaving the Old Cathedral grounds (St Patrick’s Church of Ireland Cathedral) at 11am. The walk will follow the Yellow Ford battle route taken by the English army from Armagh to An Port Mór. Walkers are advised to bring water and a packed lunch.

After the walk, the annual Corn an Átha Bhuí Camogie Challenge will take place between Naomh Bríd of Armagh and the O’Rahilly’s of Collegeland at 3pm at CLG Naomh Colmcille in the Grange.

The camogie will be followed by the annual Sciath an Átha Bhuí hurling challenge which will this year feature the Cú Chulainn club from Armagh and the Lámh Dhearg club from Keady. Throw-in will be at 4pm at CLG Naomh Colmcille in the Grange.

Join us to commemorate one of the greatest victories of the native Gaels in Irish history, which happened just outside Ard Mhacha.