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History Made As Armagh Quarter-Final Decided By Penalties

History Made As Armagh Quarter-Final Decided By Penalties
By PJ Browne Updated

Pearse Óg progressed to the semi-finals of the Armagh Senior Football Championship with a penalty shootout win over Madden on Saturday evening.

The shootout was the first time an Armagh championship game has been decided on penalties.

The game finished Madden 1-10 Pearse Óg 0-13 at the end of normal time and then 2-11 to 0-17 at the end of extra-time. Conor Clarke kick frees for Pearse Óg at the end of both normal and extra-time to square the game.

Paul Duffy turned out the be the hero in the shootout for Pearse Óg as they won 5-3.


Duffy, who made his debut for the club 20 years ago, scored the winning kick.

"I didn't really think much about it," he told BBC Northern Ireland.

"I saw the keeper diving to his left out of the side of my eye, so I slotted it to his right. I was going to drive it as hard as I could but he moved early so I slotted it in.


"Shane McConville came over to us at the end as soon as the whistle was blown and asked five boys to put up their hands."

Pearse Óg's Conor Clark added: "It's massive, especially as soon as you get on in your age, I'm 36 now and people would be saying that it's time to hang up the boots but moments like this here, you just dream of them."

Here's the full shootout thanks to Armagh GAA. Pearse Óg are in green and Madden in red.



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