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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 26/10/20

 

 

Congratulations

Congratulations to Rian O’Neill, TG4 Man of the match, Clare V Armagh

 

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 19/10/20

 

 

 

Cross Rangers Irish Classes via Zoom 

Our online classes continue on Monday evening at 7pm; Monday; Bunrang; (Beginners) & Meanrang (Improvers). New students welcome!

 

 

 

 

Zoom Singing Lessons

Zoom singing classes where Pearse Larkin will teach children some songs in Irish will begin this Thursday, 22nd October from 6.30-7.15 and they are free of charge.

For more details about the Irish classes or singing lessons, please contact Johanne Donnelly; [email protected]

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 12/10/20

 

Cross Rangers Irish Classes via Zoom 

There was a super response to our Irish classes via zoom which began last Monday at 7pm. Well done to both students and our teachers, Johanne and Niamh. Classes for this week are as follows;

Monday; Bunrang; (Beginners) 7pm

Tuesday; Meanrang (Improvers) 7.30pm

The classes are free, suitable for beginners and improvers and open to everyone in the community. For more details, please contact Johanne Donnelly; [email protected]

 

Zoom Singing Lessons 

We are delighted to announce that Pearse  Larkin will give singing lessons  via zoom. The four sessions will be aimed at children where he will teach them some songs in Irish. Classes start Thursday,  22nd October from 6.30-7.15 and they are free of charge. Contact Johanne for more details.

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 05/10/20

 

Championship 20

On Friday evening an announcement was made by the County Board to cease all games, training etc in the county. While this was disappointing, especially for our teams who had championship games scheduled to be played at the weekend, it was the right decision due to the current situation and the rise in the number of positive Covid cases in the area. We hope it won’t be long until we are up and running again. We ask all our members and friends to adhere to all the guidelines set out by the relevant authorities. Stay safe!

 

World mental health week

World mental health week began on Sunday and finishes on world mental health day which is this Saturday, 10th October.
Now more than ever our mental health and the mental health of those close to us is so important especially in these uncertain times. Starting on Monday, if you would like to send a photo of something which makes you happy, brings back great memories, maybe it captured a special moment or if you would like to tell us how you keep mentally well,  please forward and I will share these positive images on our social media platforms. Photos with club colours displayed are very welcome! On Saturday evening, we would like everyone to place a candle in their window to mark World Mental Health Day and also to symbolise hope.

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 28/09/20

 

 

U15 Division 1 Championship SF

Good luck to our U15 team and management who play Clann Eireann in Clann Eireann on Sunday at 11.30am.

 

 

 

 

 

Fixtures for the coming week will be posted online early in the week when they are confirmed by the County Board.

 

Pitch Rota Wk 28/09/20 

 

 

 

 

Good Luck 
Good luck to our U16 camogs who play in the U16 championship final next weekend.

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 21/09/20

 

 

 

 

U17  Armagh Championship Final 

Cross V Clan na Gael

All roads led to the Athletic Grounds on Tuesday night for the Armagh U17 division 1 championship final. It took both teams a few minutes to settle, Caolan Finnegan getting our opening score, a point which was matched by the Lurgan boys. A super goal from Dara O’Neill in the tenth minute give us an early lead. Both sides traded points once again and as the game entered the second quarter, the goal was the difference. Some super goal keeping from our number 1, Conor Derry kept our lead in tact. We had a number of missed opportunities in what was a fast moving and exciting encounter. As the minutes ticked down to the break, three points from Clans and our second goal coming thanks to the younger O’Neill Brother, Aaron left the score at the mid way point;