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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 03/02/20


Juvenile Academy 

We are delighted to announce that McManus Tyres, Dundalk will be the main sponsor for our juvenile academy.
The entire club send our sincere thanks to Shane and Brigid McManus and family for their generous support for the underage structure in our club.
Shane and Brigid have two children playing , Fionn with the U9.5 team and Ríona is with the U7.5 squad.
Brigid who is the coach of our U5.5 team said;
“Shane and I are extremely proud and honoured to sponsor the juvenile academy.
It is very rewarding to see first hand the tremendous effort the club puts into the underage structure especially the little Rangers who are the stars of the future.
I am delighted to have the time now to help out at training with the younger children and we are all looking forward to an enjoyable season ahead”.

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 21/10/19

Cormac Leonard Armagh SFC Final 

Cross V Ballymacnab

A cold crisp day in Armagh left conditions good for the Armagh Senior Football Championship Final.
Jake Magill was the man in charge of proceedings.
The opening minutes were a fast encounter with both teams settling quickly, each side matching score for score, Oisin, Cían (F) and Colin scores matched by the nab. In the twelfth minute the opposition took the lead with a super strike from Gavin McPsrland which ended up in the roof of our net.
A super strike from Oisin sailed over the bar to reduce the deficit to two.
Both sides had missed opportunities and it was a further ten minutes before another score registered, a point for Ballymacnab and once again it was a three point game. The closing minutes of the half both sides register two points a piece, Rían (F) and Cian our scorers to leave the goal the difference between the sides at the break.
Cross 0-06 Ballymacnab 1-06
Ballymacnab opened the scoring of the second half with a point in the second minute to stretch their lead. We responded three points in as many minutes, Rían and Stephen Morris (2) and we now had a one point game. We were struck another below, against the run of play, Ballymacnab scored their second goal followed quickly by a point and once again we were playing catch up but only for a short period of time.
Oisin converted a free in the tenth minute, this signalled a scoring spree, a spree which saw us score eight points without reply, Oisin (2F) Paul (2) Alan, Callum (2) and Mel to put us in a commanding position with minutes remaining.
Ballymacnab scored a point before a super strike from Colin O’Connor landed in the Nab net. The icing on the cake came when with seconds remaining, Oisin O’Neill blasted home our second goal to seal the victory and  for the forty fifth time in our club history we were crowned  Armagh  Senior Football Champions.
Cross 2-18 Ballymacnab 2-09
What a second half display!
Well done to the entire squad, Kieran, Francis and Micéal. We are so proud of you all.
We will now meet John Mc’s, Clontibret in the first round of Ulster which will be played in the Athletic Grounds on Saturday 2nd November, time tbc.

Cross Rangers welcome St. Vincent’s

Today we welcomed members of St. Vincents GAA Club, Dublin, who were led into Crossmaglen by former Dublin football legend – Brian Mullins, as they completed the first leg of their fundraising cycle.  We are very honoured that they decided to make a visit to Crossmaglen Rangers GFC before making their journey home.

Declan Nerney in The Rangers Hall

Declan Nerney will be playing in the Rangers Hall on Wednesday 30 March 2011. Admission £10.

New Page Added:How History Was Made

A new page charting the Rangers historic run from 1996 – 2008 has been added to the menu on the left or click here to go directly to the new page.

New Technology in the GAA

As part of the GAA Communications Plan the GAA Communications Department is aiming to ensure that the latest technology available is used to keep everybody updated on GAA activities and to encourage people to take part in our Association. 
The following are the latest communication developments within the GAA. 
  • The official GAA iPhone App went live today 12th of August. It contains the latest GAA news, fixtures, results, venue information and videos.You can download the app for free by visiting or the iTunes App Store. This will keep all GAA members and fans up to date while they are on the move.