Armagh are seventy minutes away from a Division 3A league final appearance as they head into this weekend’s semi-final.
They take on Roscommon, in Inniskeen, who finished second in group two with two wins from three outings.
Armagh have yet to taste defeat in 2023 having claimed three wins from three games in the group stages.
They opened their account with a 16-point victory over Mayo while they also had 13-points to spare against Kildare.
Last weekend, they travelled to Omagh to face Tyrone and returned home with two points in the bag.
That set up a winner-takes-all last four clash with the Rossies. Carlow and Kildare meet on the other side of the draw.
Carlow were the only team to beat Roscommon in Group Two, winning handsomely 12-points.
But Roscommon had it all their own way in the other two games, easily seeing off both Wicklow and Louth.
Across those two games, Roscommon struck 8-37, so Armagh will be well aware of their scoring potential.
Sean Hughes’ side will also be confident in their own firepower and their ability to outscore anyone in the division.
Without the influence of the inspirational Ciara Donnelly, Armagh have racked up some big scores in the league.
They’ve hit ten goals in three games, with six different players raising green flags and nine players getting on the scoresheet.
Eimear Smyth really stood up the last day out, claiming a hattrick of goals to lead Armagh into the last four.
That was in the absence of Donnelly and sharpshooter Rachael Merry, who is expected to be back this weekend.
Derrynoose youngster Sinead Quinn has been a huge addition this year as well as she’s put in some great performances.
Leanne Donnelly, Jennifer Curry, Michelle McGuigan and Gemma McCann are the leaders in the team and they have really stepped up.
It’s a big chance for Armagh to reach the league final and more importantly, get a shot at promotion to Division Two.