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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 13/06/21




2020 SFL A Rd 8

Armagh Harps V Cross

Match ball sponsored by Phil Duffy

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 07/06/21






Armagh SFL

Cross V Dromintee

Match ball sponsored by Ventoux Cycles

Our first senior home league game of 2021 took place on Sunday afternoon, rd 7 of the 2020 league. One point a piece in the opening minutes got the scoring underway. We settled quickly and dominated for the next twenty minutes, 1-5 without reply, Caolan Finnegan the goal scorer. Dromintee converted two frees as the half drew to a close but we finished the half strong,  four points one after the other (2 f, T Kernan) to leave the score at the midway point;

Cross 1-10 Dromintee 0-3

The third quarter was evenly matched, two points registered for both sides and as the game entered the last quarter, we were in a commanding position. Four points added to our tally before Dromintee had their brightest spell of the game, fours points without response which brought their scoring of the afternoon to a finish. Daniel Cunningham and Caolan Finnegan slotted over a point each to leave the score at full time;

Cross 1-18 Dromintee 0-9

Well done lads/management


Pitch Rota Wk 07/6/21


Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 31/05/21




Armagh SFL

Granemore V Cross

Match ball sponsored by Mac Fitness

Our seniors travelled to a hot and sunny Granemore for their senior league clash. The home side opened the scoring with a point when the game was only minutes old. A Liam Óg Finnegan point got us off the mark and signalled a scoring spree, 1-4 without reply, Cian the goal scorer. Granemore registered a point before Dara O’Callaghan scored our second goal. Two points in quick succession from Granemore brought the scoring of the first half to a close

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 24/05/21



Armagh SFL



Pearse Ogs V Cross

Our seniors first outing of 2021 was on Sunday afternoon when they travelled to Pearse Ogs. Our starting fifteen captained by Stephen Morris included two debutants, Ronan Fitzpatrick and Caolán Finnegan. We got off to a dream start, Dara O’Callaghan had the ball in the back of the Ogs net when the game was only minutes old followed by a point from the goal scorer to give us an early lead. Both sides had missed opportunities. The home side’s opening score didn’t come until the midway point of the first half. The second quarter saw both sides score two points a piece to leave the score at half time;

Pearse Ogs 0-3 Cross 1-3

The second half Pearse Ogs were quick off the blocks, seven points without reply and they were now in a commanding position. Substitutions made saw two more young players  make their senior debut, Thomas Og Duffy and James Teelan. Just before the water break, Pearse Ogs added a goal to their tally and as the game entered the last quarter, we had a battle on our hands. Points from Ronan Fitzpatrick and Tony Kernan (2) reduced the deficit. An Ogs point was matched shortly afterwards by a Cian McConville. We had number of missed chances in the closing minutes but Pearse Ogs hung on, scoring the last score of the game, a point in injury time to leave the score at full time;

Pearse Ogs 1-12 Cross 1-7


Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 17/05/21



Club Membership 2021

The deadline for Club Membership is on the 31st May. All members must be registered by that date. Anyone training or playing needs to be registered NOW or you are not insured. Please contact any committee member to pay membership or pay online via KlubFunder Cross Rangers.



Access NI

Marion will host two sessions, a quick (15-20 mins) session online for anyone who may need a bit of assistance completing their application.

* Tues 8pm (MS teams)
* Tues 9pm (Zoom)

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 10/05/21



2020 U15 Championship SF


Cross V Clann Eireann




Abbey Park, Armagh was the venue for the 2020 U15 Championship SF. The opening quarter was an even affair, each side matching score for score. The second quarter saw us have our best spell of the match, 1-4 scored, (Aaron  Haughey the goal scorer) to three points from Clann Eireann to leave the score at the break;

Cross 1-8 Clan Eireann 0-7