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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 24/09/18


Cormac Leonard SFC Quarter Final
Cross V Armagh Harps

The second game in the Athletic Grounds on Saturday evening saw us face County Champions, Armagh Harps in the Cormac Leonard Commercials Senior football championship quarter final. Our very own Hannah McConville from Crinkle sang Amhrán na bhfiann. Well done Hannah.
Seconds after Jake Magill had thrown in the ball to get proceedings underway, Harps had registered their first score, a point the result of a free.
Paul Hughes got our opening score to leave it one a piece. We settled quickly, scoring eight points without reply. Armagh Harps had a super chance of a goal but Jamie McEvoy acted quickly to fist the ball away and with ten to go until the break we had a comfortable lead. Armagh Harps scored three points in quick succession to reduce the deficit and as the first half drew to a close, three more points from both sides left the score at half time;
Cross 0-12 Armagh Harps 0-07 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 17/09/18


Charlie Grant  Cup Final

Mullaghbawn V Cross 
A bright sunny afternoon yesterday in Mullaghbawn left conditions ideal for the Charlie Grant Cup Final.
It was Mullaghbawn who settled the quickest, scoring 2-02 to our single point in the opening ten minutes.
The start of a scoring spree led by our Captain Bernard Cassidy began shortly after the midway point of the first half, Bernard scored 3-01 and Daithi Conway a point to put us in front with minutes left on the clock to the half time whistle. A Mullaghbawn point was quickly followed by a goal and a point from Bernard to leave the score at the break;
Mullaghbawn 2-03 Cross 4-04

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 10/09/18




U18 League Division 1 Final

Clan Éireann V Cross
Carrickcruppen was the venue the Armagh U18 Division 1 League Final.
The Lurgan boys started the strongest, scoring 1-02 in the opening minutes, the goal the result of a penalty converted before we got our opening score, an Oisín Doyle point.
That point signalled a scoring spree for Oisín, scoring a magnificent 2-03 to Clan Eireanns three points in the next fifteen minutes.
As the half drew to a close, two points from James Teelan extended our lead. As the game entered injury time, Clann Éireann scored a point and it was Cían McConville who finished the scoring of the half with a goal and a point to leave the score at half time;

Clan Éireann 1-06 Cross 3-07

Crossmaglen Rangers Notes 03/09/18




Huge congratulations to our Senior camogie team who on Friday night defeated St Brigids in the final who win the Intermediate Championship.
This was the second year running the girls competed in a County final. Last year they won the Junior Championship.
The girls now progress to Ulster with their first Ulster Championship fixture in two weeks.
Well done girls and management on a fantastic win and the entire club sends their very best wishes and good luck in the Ulster Championship.

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 27/08/18


Armagh SFC Rd 1

Silverbridge V Cross

Pic Below; Captain Peter Carragher with Referee Donal Connolly & Cross Rangers Captain Aaron Kernan



Our first round-robin championship match saw us travel to neighbours Silverbridge. Heavy showers throughout the day left conditions very slippy.
The first quarter of the game was a nervous affair where it took both teams a while to settle. At the midway point of the half we led, 0-3 to 0-1. The remaining minutes of the half we registered four points, two coming from the boot of Paudie Stuttard and Silverbridge scored two points to leave the game at the halfway point;
Cross 0-7 Silverbridge 0-03

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 20/08/18




The entire club send their very best wishes and congratulations to Pearse Larkin who won two All Ireland medals in the fleadh which took place in Drogheda. Both were for first place for singing- Irish and English. Huge achievement! Well done Pearse.