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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 22/11/21





Aaron’s Mission To Walk

Tickets for ‘Rock For Aaron’s Mission’ are now on sale online via KlubFunder, Crossmaglen Rangers.

Tickets also available from Marian McMahon, Mac’s Grocery, McNamee’s Butchers, Savages Bakery, Milo, Centra, A few scoops, McEntee’s, Egg,  Lisa Walsh & Sarah Cairns




Armagh Referees

Armagh Referees are holding a fundraising draw in aid of PIPS Hope and Support and in loving memory of the late Gerard Devlin (former referee) and Maria Robinson (daughter of Armagh steward, Rory Robinson). Tickets cost £10 each or £20 for a book of 3. Tickets can be purchased from Padraig Hughes or Kevin O’Neill.





Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 15/11/21




Armagh Senior Football Championship Final



Cross V Clann Eireann

All roads led to the Athletic Grounds on Sunday afternoon for the County final. A dull and damp day left conditions slippy. The opening quarter both sides had missed chances, points from Callum Cumiskey (2) and Rian O’Neill to a single point from the opposition give us  a narrow lead at the first water break. Play resumed and Clann Eireann stepped up a gear, two points without reply and the game was all square with ten to go until the break. Both sides scored points from frees converted. Clann Eireann took the lead for the first time in the game in the 25th minute. (F). A super strike from Rian levelled matters  just before the half time whistle.

Cross 0-5 Clann Eireann 0-5

Thre third quarter of the game was our best spell, six points one after another to leave us in a commanding position for the last quarter. Clann Eireann scored a point from a free to leave five the difference at the second water break. A replica of what happened after the first water break, the game swung in Clann Eireann’s favour, three points in rapid succession left it a two point game. A James Morgan point from play steadied our lead but seconds later, the first goal of the contest came, Ruairi McDonald had it in the back of out net to level matters. Both sides traded points, the sides couldn’t be separated and a draw looked likely. A point a piece from the O’Neill brothers give us breathing space with just three minutes of normal time remaining but this was to be short lived, Clann Eireann scored their second goal and give them the narrowest of lead with normal time near up. Three minutes of extra time was announced. Rian brought it  back to even stevens but two points from Conor Turbitt in injury time sealed the victory for them.

Cross 0-16 Clann Eireann 2-12.

Hard luck lads on a gallant performance. The huge crowd who turned up to welcome you homie is testament to how proud we are of you all. Congratulations to Clann Eireann.


Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 08/11/21



Armagh Cormac Leonard Senior Football Championship Final 

The entire club send our very best wishes and good luck to our Senior team and management on Sunday, when they play Clann Eireann, in the Armagh Senior Football Championship Final.
If you wish to send best wishes online, PM Cross Rangers or email [email protected].
We will post messages of good luck on our social media platforms in the run up to the final. We ask everyone to get behind the boys and show your support by flying the flags and getting the bunting up. (Flags and bunting for sale in Hanratty’s Bar.)
Ollie Hearty has been appointed referee and the match has a throw in time of 3pm.
Tickets will be on sale via the MyTicketApp and will go on sale early in the week. Concessions at the gate



Cross Rangers Sponsor A Ball; Armagh SFC Final
Eamon Mackle will sponsor the ball, SFC Final V Clann Eireann. We send our sincere thanks to Eamon for your generous sponsorship once again and your ongoing support for Crossmaglen Rangers.
Eamon presents the ball to Captain, Stephen Morris


Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 01/11/21


Armagh Junior Championship Final

Cross V Belleek

All roads led to the Athletic Grounds on Sunday for the junior championship final. The opening minutes  saw us quick off the blocks, two points to give us an early lead. Two points a piece just before the first water break left it 0-4 to 0-2 . As play resumed, Belleek got to grips  with the game,  three points one after another and for the first time,  they had the lead in the match. Eoin Keenan levelled matters just as half time approached. A goal was certainly on the cards as the game entered injured time but Stephen Morgan pulled off a super save. Just before the whistle blew, Belleeks slotted over a point to edge them in front;

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 25/10/21




Armagh SFC SF




Cross V Silverbridge

A wet and extremely blustery Athletic Grounds was the venue for our Senior Championship SF clash against neighbours, Silverbridge. Kevin Faloon was the man in the middle. We played against a strong breeze in the first half and both sides struggled with the driving rain which left conditions extremely difficult. At the first water break, the Bridge led, 0-2 to 0-1, Stephen Morris our point scorer. The second quarter, both sides had missed opportunities. Silverbridge converted a free with minutes remaining until the break and as the half drew to a close, two points one after another for us, Cian and Rian (F) left the game all square at the break.

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 18/10/21




Armagh JFC SF

Cross V Derrynoose

Well done to our seconds team and management who beat a strong Derrynoose team on Saturday evening to advance to the Armagh Junior Championship Final. The game was only minutes old when the heavens opened resulting in extremely slippy conditions. We played with a strong breeze in the first half, a half which was low scoring, two a piece at the first water break. Both sides had missed opportunities, the opposition slotted over a point with minutes remaining until the break to edge them in front. As half time approached, a super pass from Colin O’Connor to Eoin Keenan who hit the ball superbly into the Derrynoose net to put two between the teams as the game entered injury time. Derrynoose added a point just before the half time whistle blew to leave just the bare minimum between the sides.