| Armagh|| Black and White|
| P.J. O'Neill Park (Páirc P.J. Uí Néill)|
Middletown Eoghan Rua Gaelic Athletic Club, also known as Eoghan Ruadh (Owen Roe's), is a GAA club from Middletown, County Armagh, Northern Ireland. The club fields teams from under-10 level to senior level in Gaelic football, hurling and camogie; all teams use the club colours of black and white with the males playing with vertical stripes. Middletown has won many county championship and league titles, and has been successful in All Ireland club championships. The club plays at J.P. O'Neill Park (Irish: Páirc P.J. Uí Néill).
Middletown GAA Wikipedia
The club plays as Na Fianna in hurling, and has won the Armagh Senior Hurling Championship 12 times. It retained the title in September 2012 after a 0-13 to 0-12 win against Armagh Cúchulainns in the final.Armagh Senior Hurling Championship (13)
1981, 1985, 1986, 1991, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2006, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2016
The club plays as Eoghan Ruadh in football.Armagh Intermediate Football Championship (1)
Armagh Junior Football Championship (2)
The club's camogie teams play as St Paul's.
Middletown's GAA pitch is called P.J. O'Neill Park, named after P.J. O'Neill who was prominent in the establishment of the club. A new pitch named Barret Field was opened beside it in 2009, to keep with the high demand of training space for Middletown's various teams and to encourage younger members' involvement in Gaelic games.