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Fixtures 2015

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O’Fiaich Cup Fixtures Confirmed

O'Fiaich Cup Fixtures 2015

Ulster Club Championship Final

Ulster Club Championship Ad 2015Our seniors face Scotstown (Monaghan) on Sunday 29th November @ 3.30pm in the Athletic Grounds, Armagh. Come along & support YOUR club!

Ulster Minor Club Championship

Ulster Minor Club Launch 2015

The launch of the Ulster Minor Football Championship took place recently.  The competition is hosted by St. Paul’s GAC, Belfast & for the second consecutive year our club will be the Armagh representatives, having secured the county title earlier in the year.  Our minors have drawn Rostrevor GAA in their first round match which will take place on Saturday 12th December @ 1.30pm in St. Paul’s GAC, Shaw’s Road, Belfast.

O’Fiaich Cup Returns

O'Fiaich Cup Programme Advert

Crossmaglen Rangers are delighted to announce that the O’Fiaich Cup will take place over two consecutive weekends in December this year; with fixtures, dates & times being confirmed in the coming weeks.

This prestigious senior Inter County competition, instigated by the late Cardinal Tomas O’Fiaich, will see the 4 county teams of the Archdiocese of Armagh competing for the magnificent O’Fiaich Cup, which was donated to Crossmaglen Rangers Club by our late Cardinal for the purposes of bringing competitive Inter-County football to St. Oliver Plunkett Park, Crossmaglen.

We are looking forward to a competition which will provide Gaels from across the four counties & beyond with some welcome competitive inter-county action in the run up to Christmas.

Ulster Club Semi-Final

15 November 2015; Johnny Hanratty, Crossmaglen Rangers, has a shot at goal as Conor Laverty, Kilcoo, tries to block it down. AIB Ulster GAA Senior Club Football Championship, Semi-Final, Kilcoo v Crossmaglen Rangers. Páirc Esler, Newry, Co. Down. Picture credit: Oliver McVeigh / SPORTSFILE

Our senior team are back in an Ulster Club Championship Final after beating Kilcoo 0-12 to 0-08 at Pairc Esler on Sunday.

A crowd of almost 10,000 swarmed to Pairc Esler, despite terrible weather conditions, to witness a thrilling encounter between both teams.  The teams went in level at half time, with 3 points a piece.  However, the boys hit the ground running in the second half and 5 unanswered points saw them begin to take control of the game and finish with a 4 point victory over the Down champions.  Joint manager Oisin McConville commented “We did not start very well. We owned the ball for a 20-minute spell but could not get it over the bar.  We were better in the second half and it is great to be back in this final after beating Kilcoo, a side for whom we have a healthy respect.”

We now face Scotstown of Monaghan in the final on 29 November (Venue & Time TBC).

Big Breakfast

Big Breakfast 2015