Armagh travel to Croke Park this weekend to take on Kerry in the NFL final, with promotion to the top tier the prize for the winner.
The Orchard have dominated in Division 2B this season, hammering Tyrone, Cavan, Monaghan and Laois on their way to the decider.
Now they have the chance to make all the hard work count. A win on Sunday and they head to Division One for next season.
Armagh have been progressing brilliantly in the last few years so it’s no surprise they’re on the cusp of promotion.
Round One: Armagh 5-9 Tyrone 1-10
Ronan Murphy’s ladies got off to a flying start when they welcomed Tyrone to Wolfe Tones on the opening day of the season.
Goals in games and Armagh had five different goals scores on the day. Blaithin Mackin, Catherine Marley, Aimee Mackin, Aoife McCoy and Niamh Reel all hit the net.
The home side were well ahead at the interval, 4-5 to 0-6. Plenty of players saw game time in the second period as Armagh got their season up and running.
Round Two: Armagh 2-13 Cavan 0-10
Again, enjoying the comforts of home advantage, this time in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh let loose once more.
Lauren McConville rattled the net during the opening period. That goal put her side ahead 1-6 to 0-5 at the break.
Aimee Mackin also raised a green flag and finished with 1-5 as Armagh dominated the second half.
Round Three: Armagh 0-13 Monaghan 0-6
Armagh’s tightest game on the scoreboard, the Orchard had already qualified for the semi final.
It was all square at the half time break with the sides locked on 0-4 apiece. But the Orchard pushed on for victory after the turnaround.
Caroline O’Hanlon made her first appearance of the season and marked her return with 0-2 from play.
Semi Final: Armagh 7-18 Laois 1-9
Armagh made up for not scoring a goal in the final round by knocking home seven in the semi-final.
Both Blaithin Mackin and Catherine Marley hit two goals. Aimee Mackin, Aoife McCoy and Niamh Reel also claimed three-pointers.