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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 29/10/18

 

Armagh Ladies Division 2 Minor Championship Final

Cross V Granemore

The minor ladies took the field in Carrickcruppen to contest the Division 2 Championship Final. The game got off to a good start with Caomhinn O’Neill opening the scores for Cross with a well worked pointed. Cross fought the kick out at Shauna O’Callaghan, unfortunately the ball dropped short and into the keepers hands.Granemore carried the ball, and delivered it to their number 14, who was being marked by Faye Fitzpatrick. Faye worked hard to divert her first scoring attempt but it wasn’t long until she opened their score board.

Aoife McDermott’s strong kick out, consistently found a amber and black jersey, and this allowed us to produce from quality scores. Alexandra Clarke worked a point, then with the support of Shauna, followed it up with a goal. This was the start of a scoring spree from Cross, and when the half time whistle blew across led 3.07 to 0.03.

The second half commenced, Cross again dominating play, two quick points from Alex and Caoimhe. This set the pace for the second half, and across managed to find the net five more times, before Granemore managed to produce a score. Cross made good use of their subs, and just onto the pitch Kellie Shields scored a point.  The final whistle blew with a score of 7.15 to 1.04.

Amended Statement

 

AMENDED STATEMENT
The Executive Committee of Crossmaglen Rangers GAA Club (CLG Raonaithe na Croise are aware that a former Officer of the Club appeared before Newry Magistrates’ Court, today, 26 October 2018. on charges relating to alleged sexual abuse.
The Executive Committee encourages any member of the Club, or others, who may have information in relation to these investigations to co-operate in full with the statutory authorities as they carry out their investigations.
We acknowledge and appreciate that the Ulster GAA and the Associations National Children’s Office in Croke Park are liaising with the Club on this matter and that the GAA will continue to provide specific support services to any member of the Club who may be impacted upon by these events.
Members can be directed to relevant support services as provided by the GAA by contacting the Club Chairperson or the Club Children’s Officer in the strictest confidence.
The Executive of Crossmaglen Rangers GAA take these allegations extremely seriously and we wish to assure our members that the Club has robust child safeguarding procedures in place which are in accordance with GAA policies and statutory requirements.
The former officer of the Club has been debarred from all activities in the Association pending the outcome of the Police investigations.
Any member of the Club or of the community who may be affected by these matters may also avail of the services provided by NSPCC 0808 800 5000 or Nexus on 02890 326803 or 02871 260566.
Due to the on-going investigation the Executive Committee will not issue any further statement at this time in relation to this matter.

Signed​​​​​​
Eugene Hanratty​​​​​​  Cathaoirleach

Marian McMahon ​​​​​​​Children’s Officer

DATE 26/10/2018

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 22/10/18.

 

 

Mr Paddy Kindlon Senior

When news broke on Saturday night that Paddy has passed away, we were immensely sad. Paddy, a true gentleman was devoted to the Crossmaglen Rangers Club.
Last year, when we celebrated twenty years from our first All Ireland win, I went to visit our President. Despite his frail health, Paddy was his usual friendly self and what a warm and hearty welcome I received.
Paddy had his club tie on and he reminisced about those glory days along with friends Noel & the Bishop. The craic was ninty! The visit couldn’t be complete without a photo shoot.

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 15/10/18

 

 

Ulster Camogie Junior Club Final

Despite a gallant effort from the girls, it wasn’t to be their day. It was an evenly matched encounter for most of the match but when Clontibret went two ahead in the final minutes of the game, we battled hard and had opportunities but just couldn’t get the scores.
Hard luck girls and management, we are so proud of you all.

Cross 1-05  Clontibret O’Neills 1-07

 

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 08/10/18

 

It has been a fantastic weekend for the club. Our Minors were crowned Armagh Champions on Saturday. On Sunday morning the Minor girls progressed to the Minor Championship semi final after a good win against Craobh Ciaran and then our Seniors had a super victory on Sunday evening. Well done to the three teams & managements.

On Sunday, our Senior Camogs play Clontibret in the Ulster Final. Venue to be confirmed. Let’s get our flags out and bunting up and show our support.

 

Armagh GAA Simplyfruit Minor Football Championship Final

Cross V Armagh Harps

On Saturday evening, all roads led to the Athletic Grounds for the Armagh Minor Championship Final. Our opponents were Armagh Harps and Christopher Lennon was the man in charge.
Harps settled quickly, scoring three unanswered points in the opening minutes (2,F). We were struck a hard blow early on, full back Ryan Duffy sustained an injury and wasn’t fit to continue and was substituted by Ruairí Kieran.
Harps were very much in control in the opening quarter and had a super chance of a goal if it where not for our number one, Stephen Morgan. They blasted a shot at goal but a fantastic block from Stephen kept Harps at bay.
Our opening scores came thanks to Captain Cían McConville just past the midway point of the first half, four points in as many minutes (2F) edged us in front for the first time by the narrowest of margins with ten to go until the break. A Harps point levelled matters but we finished the half the strongest, four points in quick succession, Odhran Kieran, Dara O’Callaghan, James Teelan and Cían McConville (F) give us a comfortable lead and seconds before Christopher Lennon blew the whistle to signal half time, Harps scored a point to reduce the deficit and to leave the score at the midway point;

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 01/10/18

 

U16 Ladies Championship Final

Huge congratulations to the U16 girls team and management who beat Middletown to be crowned U16 Championship winners.
Cross 5.14  Middletown 5.04
There were jubilant scenes in Pearse Ogs, Armagh as joint Captains Lucy Duffy & Caoimhe Dooley lifted the cup.
Well done girls and to the management team, Paul Duffy, Shannon Clarke & Frank Shields.