The Armagh Camogs get their 2023 league campaign up and running this weekend with a home encounter against Mayo.
The Orchard County welcome Mayo to Middletown on Saturday and will be hoping to get off to a winning start.
Ballymacnab man Sean Hughes is the new man in charge, having led the Nab Camogs for the last four seasons.
Hughes guided Ballymacnab to three-in-a-row Senior Championship titles in 2019, 2020 and 2021.
He takes over from Jim McKernan, who guided Armagh to the Junior All-Ireland final last season, but lost out to Antrim in the end.
Armagh won two of their four league outings last year, beating Carlow and Antrim while also drawing with Dublin.
They lost their opening round clash to Cavan however and that ultimately ended their promotion charge.
The back-to-back Ulster champions will hope to contest for promotion in 2023, and will face Mayo, Kildare and Tyrone in their group.
Ciarrai Devlin had a super year between the sticks in 2022 while Gemma McCann will once again be a real leader in the defence.
Cara Crilly has impressed at club level over the last number of years and could get her chance this weekend, along with her older sister Aife.
The Donnelly sisters, Leanne and Ciara, are of course two of the main players and offer huge scoring potential.
Michelle McGuigan remains one of the key players and will offer a physical presence around the middle of the field.
Jen Curry is another sharpshooter in the forward line, as is Granemore corner forward Rachael Merry.
Up and coming star Sinead Quinn, who was Armagh’s Player of the Match when they defeated Cavan in the All-Ireland semi-final, is certainly one to watch.
The Camogs have a strong panel and will be targeting another big season. Promotion will be their main objective and they’ll also have their sights set on an All-Ireland title further down the line.