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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 27/06/22

 

Well Done

Despite a gallant effort by Armagh, in an epic battle against Galway, it  just wasn’t enough to book a place in the All Ireland SF. We are so proud of Rian, James, Oisin, Cian and the entire team, their hard work and commitment all year was outstanding and we have no doubt they will back stronger. Hopefully the current situation of a penalty shoot out to decide a winner will be changed in the near future.

Congratulations to Lauren, Alex, Aveen, Caoimhe, Megan and Armagh LGFA team and management who on Saturday, had a comprehensive win over Monaghan to qualify for the last eight of the TG4 All-Ireland Senior Championship.

Also, well done  to Armagh Camogie who had a two point win against Antrim in the All Ireland Junior Championship, a semi final awaits them.

 

 

Field Rota Wk 27th June

 

 

 

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 19/06/22

Well Done

The club was a hive of activity at the weekend!  LGFA Talk ‘Family Time Friday’ saw yoga and mindfulness on the main field. Saturday, we hosted the Michael McConville Memorial Tournament, a great day of football and fun. Well done to all involved!

 

First Aid Training

First Aid Training, Monday, 7-9pm, back room.

 

Good luck

The entire club send out very best wishes and good luck to Rian, James, Oisin, Cian, kitman, Paddy, Armagh team and management V Galway, All Ireland QF.

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 13/06/22

Well done!

Well done Rian, James, Cian, Oisin, Kitman Paddy and the entire Armagh team and management on a super win today against Donegal. A special mention for Rian, who was awarded the man of the match. The draw for the QF’s will take place on Monday morning and the game will played in two weeks time.

 

 

One Ranger to another!

Rian lifts another no.14, Dan Kernan.

 

 

Let’s Talk Programme

We are delighted to be hosting this programme on behalf of Armagh LGFA.
We have an exciting 6 weeks of activities and initiatives coming up for this programme. This week, we are going to ask or underage players to give us some feedback, on the club. We are looking forward to finding out all your opinions, and sharing them with our committee.
Also this week, we have a family fitness session. This is a filly inclusive event, and open to adults and children. The session will be led by Lisa from Acushla Yoga Studio and Fiona fron FK Relax will lead the session. We are looking forward to a fun and mindful session.

 

 

 

Field Rota Wk 13/06/22

 

 

 

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 06/06/22

 

Well done

Well done to Rian, James, Oisin, Cian and the Armagh team and management who had a super win over the All Ireland champions in the Qualifiers. Armagh will know who they face next when the draw takes place early on Monday morning.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dianchúrsa Gaeilge

Please contact Johanne Donnelly to register.

 

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 30/05/22


Pitch Rota Wk 30th May

 

 

 

 

 

 

Good luck

Good luck Rian, James, Oisin, Cian & Armagh team/management V Tyrone in the Qualifiers.

 


Fixtures

Monday 30th May, U17 Div 1, Rd 5, Killeavy V Cross, Killeavy, 7.30pm

Tuesday 31st May, U13, Div 1 South, Rd 7, Carrickcruppen V Cross, Carrickcruppen, 7.15pm
Wednesday 1st June, Reserve League, Rd 8, Carrickcruppen V  Cross, Carrickcruppen, 8pm
Friday 3rd June, Armagh SFL, Rd 7, Granemore V Cross, Granemore, 7.30pm
Armagh IFL, Rd 9, Cross V Tir na nÓg, Cross, 7.30pm

Good luck teams/management

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 23/05/22

Field Rota Wk 23/05/22

 

 

 

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 16/05/22

 

Field Rota Wk 16th May

 

 

 

 

SFL & IFL

Mixed fortunes for us on the football field at the weekend.

SFL; Madden V Cross

Our seniors travelled to Madden. A sunny warm evening left conditions ideal. A game of two halves, we dominated the first and had built up a strong lead by the mid way point.

Madden 0-3 Cross 0-8

The second half was the opposite, the home side settled quickly after play resumed, two points in the opening minutes to reduce our lead. Our opening score came in the 35th minute, Dara O’Callaghan from play. Then Madden had their best spell of the match, 1-3, without reply, to give them the lead for the first time in the match. Both sides traded points, two was still the difference. Dara O’Callaghan  slotted over a point to leave the bare minimum the difference as we entered the last quarter. This was to be short lived, a point from play from Madden brought it back to two. We had a number of missed opportunities. With minutes remaining on the clock, Ronan hit a super long range point, followed quickly by a point from Seannie McConville to level matters just before normal time and an exciting finale was on the cards. It looked like a draw would be the result but as the game entered injury time, two points one after the other from Madden, (1,F) was enough to seal the victory for them and secure the points. Hard luck lads on what was an exciting and sporting game.

Madden 1-12 Cross 0-13

 

IFL; Forkhill V Cross

Our seconds traveled to a a blustery Forkhill on Sunday afternoon. The first quarter, the home side dominated, 0-5 to 0-2. The start of the second quarter, Forkhill scored two points within a minute to stretch their lead, points from Ronan Finnegan, Paul McKeown and Colin O’Connor left two the difference. Forkhill scored a point from a free but Colin O’Connor replicated this and Paul McKeown scored his second point to bring the scoring of the half to a close with just one between the teams;

Forkhill 0-8 Cross 0-7

The ball was not long thrown in when Colin O’Connor had equalised matters, we scored a point, Forkhill scored two, (1,F)  and they had the narrow margin of a lead once more. Two points in quick succession for us, edged us in front. Again, Forkhill responded, three points all from play and once again the game swung the other way and they had a two point advantage. Ronan got a point from a free, Forkhill matched this with a point from play. Two points one after the other for us and we were even stevens again. Another point from play from the home team give them the advantage with seconds remaining until the full time whistle. As the game entered injury time, substitute, Ryan Conlon, brought it back to a draw before a Paul McKeown point sailed over the cross bar to a rapturous cheer from the Rangers supporters, this was to be the winning score in what was a thrilling game. Well done lads!

Forkhill 0-15 Cross 0-16

 

Fixtures

Tuesday, 17th  May,  U13 Div 1 South, Rd 5, Cross V Killeavy, Cross  @7.15pm 
Wednesday 18th May, Reserve League, Rd 6, Shane O’Neills V Cross, Shane O’Neills, @7.45pm
Thursday, 19th May, U15 Div 1 Rd 6, Cross V St Peter’s, Cross @7.15pm

Sunday 22nd May, Armagh IFL, Rd 7, Cross V Belleek, Cross  @2pm