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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 23/09/19

Camogie All Ireland 7’s
We have new All Ireland Champions in the club. On Saturday, our Senior camogs travelled to Naomh Eanna, Glengormley to compete in the All Ireland 7’s.
The girls beat Cushendall in the Semis & Green Lough in Final to be crowned Division 1, Senior Cup winners.
The entire club congratulate you all on your amazing win.

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 16/09/19

 

Congratulations
Huge congratulations to Rían O’Neill who has been awarded a 2019 Irish News All Star. Rían received his award at a gala event which was held in the Armagh City Hotel on Thursday night. Congratulations also Oisin McConville who received an award in recognition of the twentieth anniversary since he received the same accolade. A special mention for the star of the night, young Ryan McConville who accompanied his Dad to the star studded event and looked very sharp in his tuxedo.
Pic Below; Rían with his 2019 Irish News All Star Award

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 09/09/19

 

Armagh SFC GP 1 Rd 3
Cross V Ballymacnab
Sunday afternoon we played host to Ballymacnab in our third game in the Armagh Senior Championship.
We got off to a blistering start, a rasper of a shot from Oisin O’Neill landed in the roof of the Nab net with the game only seconds old.
This score settled us, scoring a further seven points before Ballymacnab converted a ‘45 to give them their opening score of the match.
Two points for each team and with minutes to go until the break we had a strong lead.
The away side scored two points in the losing minutes of the half to leave the score at the break;
Cross 1-09 Ballymacnab 0-05

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 02/09/19

 

Armagh U18.5 Minor Championship QF
Madden V Cross
Monday evening the minor team and management travelled to Madden. Martin Conroy was the man in the middle.
The scoring of the match opened in the fourth minute, James Teelan slotted over a point and Madden converted a free.
Points from Oisin Doyle and Dara O’Callaghan  followed to give us a narrow lead with the game only minutes old. Both sides had a number of missed opportunities. Two points from the home-side (1,F) left the game all square with ten to go until the break.
We finished the half strong, scoring 1-4 in those final minutes, James Teelan the goal scorer to leave the score at the break;
Madden 0-03 Cross 1-07

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 26/08/19

 

 

 

 

Armagh SFC Group 1 Rd 2

Sarsfields V Cross
All roads led to Derrytrasna on Sunday afternoon for Armagh SFC Group 1 Rd 2 match.
Rían opened the scoring, converting a ‘45 in the second minute.
Points followed from Stephen Morris (2) and Aaron before a superb pass from Mel to Arron which resulted in the opening goal of the contest. Each team registered three points a piece, Oisin, Aaron(F) and Cían and as the game entered the last quarter we had a comfortable lead.
A fantastic catch from Rian who kicked the ball to Cían who headed for goal, turned, shot into the roof of the sarsfields net to give us our second goal and extend our lead.
Rian and Colin scored a point each which was matched by the home side
With a little over three to go to the break, Sarsfields worked the ball well down the field and scored their first goal of the afternoon.
Sarsfields converted a free followed by a Stephen Morris point to leave the score at the break;
Sarsfields 2-11 Sarsfields 1-07

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 19/08/19

Armagh SFC Group 1 Rd 1

Clann Éireann V Cross

All roads led to Lurgan on Saturday night for our opening match in the Armagh Senior Championship. A bright but very blustery Clan Éireann was the setting and it was the home side who played with the wind in the first half.
The first fifteen minutes were a very even affair, four points a piece for each team, Aaron Kernan (2,1f) Stephen Morris and Colin O’Connor our scorers.
Clan Éireann slotted over a point to put them in front for the first time in the match but this was to be short lived, we went on a scoring spree registering five points without response, Aaron (3,2F), Cian (F) and Johnny Hanratty. Clann Éireann scored a point before the opening goal of the game came, a super pass from Oisin O’Neill to Mel Boyce who hit the ball superbly into the Clann Éireann net to reinforce our already strong lead.
Half time; Clann Éireann 0-06 Cross 1-09