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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 30/03/20

 

 

 

#Clubtogether

This week Uachtarán Cumann Lúthchleas Gael, John Horan launched #clubtogether in conjunction with Super Valu & Centra.
This initiative is where shops liaise with their local GAA clubs during these challenging times to support the elderly and vulnerable in our communities.
I’m delighted to announce that we have teamed with up with Colm Devlin, Centra, Crossmaglen to provide a volunteer led delivery service. Orders can be placed with centra in Crossmaglen, staff in Centra will assess and prioritise the order and volunteers from Crossmaglen Rangers will deliver the goods, all the time mindful of social distancing and aware of  protecting themselves and the person they are delivering the goods too.
It is fantastic to be able to support those in need in our community in these very unusual times.

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 23/03/20

 

It has been a sad week in the club with the huge loss of two former players who will be forever remembered as two of the greatest players who have ever donned the black and amber, Patsy Kieran and Brian Morgan.

Due to the current situation, their funerals had to be restricted and neither men got the send off they both truly deserved.

 

 

Patsy Kieran

 

Pictured Below; The late Patsy Kieran RIP

 

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 16/03/20


Happy St Patrick’s Day

Happy St Patrick’s Day to all our players, mentors, members, sponsors and friends at home and around the world. Anyone who would like to send greetings to family abroad or if you are away from home and went to send best wishes home, please drop me an email; [email protected] or WhatsApp; 0876659126

Below; Few pics from previous St Patrick’s Day, honouring our six captains and teams.

 

 

 

 

Anthony’s pic is a bit blurred, so we have also included him lifting the Seamus McFerran Cup.

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 09/03/20

 

 

 

Aislinn McMahon receives NMD Young Sportsperson of the year.

We are immensely proud to report that Aislinn McMahon was awarded the young sportsperson of the year in the recent Newry, Mourne and Down sports awards. Aislinn is a dual player in our club, and has been extremely successful at all levels. She not only plays for the club but also represents her school and county.  Her talent and true dedication to her sport has been recognised over the last few years, having been awarded two school’s All-Stars for her Camogie.  She is a modest player, who let’s her talent on the field do the talking. I also know Aislinn appreciates her individual awards such as these however she is always keen to point out that her sport is a team effort, and every score, game, tournament won comes for the collective efforts of those around her. We would like to congratulate Aislinn again, on representing our club and being a fantastic role model for our young players coming through. Well done and good luck with your recovery from your recent injury.

Crossmaglen Rangers Cub Notes 02/03/20

 

 

 

Drug awareness evening

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 24/02/20

 

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Pancake Breakfast

 

Thanks very much to everyone who attended and supported our juvenile fundraiser. All monies raised will go directly to our underage structure.
Huge thanks to the following businesses for their generous donations;

McCabe Brothers, Corliss, McNamee’s Bakery, The Square, Colm & Centra, Crossmaglen, McEntee’s Catering, The Square and Eamon McGinn, Country Fresh, Dundalk.

Many thanks to all who worked tirelessly in the kitchen on Saturday and Sunday and finally well done to our young Rangers who served the delicious pancakes.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Drugs Awareness Evening

 

This Friday for a very important event in the community is taken pace, a drugs awareness evening. We are delighted to welcome Grainne Hearty from Dundalk as our guest speaker. The Magnet centre, Newry will also be in attendance and they will have literature containing information about all the local services that are available should you require advice or assistance. This event is for aged 12 plus. Children must be accompanied by an adult and everyone across the community and further afield are very welcome to attend. Admission is free but all donations on the night will go to Crossmaglen Community First Responders. Refreshments will be served.