2023 is almost upon us but before we look ahead to the New Year, we’ve looked back at everything that happened in 2022.
Conor Turbitt hit 2-4 for QUB as they lost to NUIG and led them to the last eight.
Armagh beat Dublin in the first round of the National League in Croke Park.
The Camogs finished their league campaign with wins over Carlow and Antrim along with a draw with Dublin.
The club league kicked into action while four Armagh players picked up College All-Star awards.
The hurlers lost to Roscommon, Donegal and Tyrone in the early rounds of the Nickey Rackard Cup.
The ladies suffered defeat to Kerry in the league final but began their Ulster defence with a comfortable win over Monaghan.
Donegal knocked Armagh out of the Ulster Championship in Ballybofey.
The Camogs saw off Down in the Ulster semi-final to set up a decider date with Antrim.
The hurlers defeated both Fermanagh and Warwickshire to fight off their relegation fears.
The Camogs defeated Antrim, 0-13 to 0-6, to retain their Ulster title and began their All-Ireland charge with wins over Limerick and Down.
The ladies won their third provincial title on the trot, beating Donegal after extra time.
The Ladies drew with Meath and beat Monaghan to make the quarter-finals of the All-Ireland series.
Armagh Camogs saw off Cavan to reach the All-Ireland final against Antrim.
The Armagh u-16 ladies side captured the All-Ireland title, defeating Longford in the final.
The senior side ended their season with defeat however, crashing out of the All-Ireland race at the hands of Kerry.
The Camogs lost out to Antrim in the All-Ireland final, 5-5 to 0-13.
Club league winners are confirmed while the championship kicks off with. Madden defeated Grange in the preliminary round of the SFC.
The SFC and IFC semi-final pairings are decided while Derrynoose and Lissummon reach the JFC final.
The Sideline Eye presented its first ever live podcast in Crossmaglen ahead of the SFC final.
Simon Doherty announced his retirement from inter-county hurling after 13-years.
All of Armagh’s football club champions lost out in their first-round Ulster games. Middletown and Sean Treacy’s won their opening games.
The Sideline Eye Football and Hurling Teams of the Year were announced.
The Armagh club All-Stars took place.
Middletown lost the Ulster IHC final to Liatroim, 2-20 to 0-20.
Brendan Donaghy retired from inter-county football after 17-years playing for Armagh.