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Crossmaglen Ranger Club Notes 19/02/18



Congratulations to Stephen Kernan and Paul Hearty who combined have given;
40 years service, won 33 Armagh club titles, 19 Ulster club titles and 9 All Ireland club titles.
True champions.





Malachy Murdock Tournament A

Our next opponents in the Malachy Murdock tournament will be Ballyholland Harps.
Time and date tbc.



Membership Sunday

Registration Sunday took place on Sunday.
Huge thanks to our Coaching Officer, Tony Brady and all our coaches for attending and too everyone who registered and paid membership for the upcoming season.
If you missed the morning and wish to register your child or pay your membership you can do so by contacting Peadar McCoy, Micéal Trainor, Tony Brady or pm our FB page.
It is vital for the status of the club that our family membership Is maintained and increased.
Membership Rates;
Family; £30
Single; £25
Student; £10





Operation Transformation; Promoting Healthy Bodies, Healthy Minds, Healthy Communities.

There are only two Monday nights to go in Operation transformation “Ireland Lights Up Walk”.
We have had a fantastic turnout so far and well done to all our walkers/ runners.
Get your walking shoes, bring a friend and spread the word this Monday night, 7.00-9.00pm.
Everyone welcome.




Pilates As Gaelige

A great way to pick up cupla focail while practising pilates- good for body and mind.
Pilates As Gaeilge, Thursday night, 8.00-9.00pm in the Rangers Hall.
Places are limited.



Senior Scór

Scór Sinsear takes place on Sunday 4th March. Any club member interested in forming a quiz, team, playing music, singing or reciting a poem please contact our Irish Cultural Officer, Tel 0860783426.


Ranganna Gaeilge; Irish Classes For Beginners

Tuesday 20th February, 7.00-8.00pm, Gaelscoil Phádraig Naofa.


Cycle Against Suicide

This years cycle against suicide will take place from Saturday 28th April to Monday 7th May.
The cyclists will arrive at the Rangers Hall at 4pm on Sunday 29th April en route to Newry where we will give them a great Crossmaglen Rangers welcome.
Cycle against suicide is now in its fifth year. This fantastic event helps to bring awareness of all the support that is available for anyone who may be battling depression, self harm, at risk of suicide or has been bereaved by suicide.
If anyone would like to join the cycle or to make a donation please visit



Advertising Signs 

We are currently replacing the advertising boards around the field . This is a great opportunity to advertise your business/ organisation. Please contact Joe Kernan; Tel 07714298696 for more details.



Our club lotto is available to play online. If you have family around the world please let them know about our lotto online, it is a great way of supporting the club when you are miles from home.
Below is the web address to play our lotto online.

Draw; 18/02/18

Numbers Drawn; 15 16 29 30

No Jackpot Winner

2 matched 3 numbers; Paddy Martin, Annavackey & Malachy Quinn, Anamar 

Next Draw; 25/02/18

Jackpot ; £7800/€8800


Crossmaglen Rangers Ladies Football Notes:

Cross Square 100 in Association with Cross Square Hotel and Superbites:
It may have been a wet morning but that did not dampen the spirits of the keen runners who completed the 100 laps to raise much needed fund for our Ladies team. A big thank you to everyone who came along and supported our event, especially our event sponsors Gerard & Geraldine McMonagle of Cross Square Hotel and Superbites takeaway.










2018 teams & training:

Senior & Minor Players: Pre-season training is up and running for our senior and minor players, but it is not too late to get involved. Whether you have taken a break, were away at university or just moved back to the area, if you would like to get involved please get in touch with Maria O’Donnell or Peter McMahon. All old and new faces are welcomed.

U16 & U14 Players:

Pre-season training starts for these age groups this week. All players interested in taking part in football this year are welcome to attend, for more information contact Paul Duffy or Frank Shields.

Gaelic for Girls!

We are delighted to announce that our club has been selected to participate in the National Gaelic for Girls initiative. This is an amazing opportunity for the club as all girls who enroll to take part will ultimately have an opportunity to take part in a National girls blitz in Croke Park at the end of June. At the minute we are looking for some parents and players (current or ex) to come on board and help us run this programme. Anyone who volunteers will be given training in their role, and will work as part of a team, so don’t panic if you think you will be left alone. If you are interested please contact Frank Shields or Marion McMahon

Crossmaglen Ladies 9th Annual Pre-Season 7s:

It’s hard to believe that this tournament is in its 9th year. Over those nine years, we have welcomed teams from all over Ireland to compete in this prestigious event which is growing in reputation and stature every year. We are delighted that our tournament received support from Stalwarts of Ulster Ladies football such as Clann Eireann, St. McCartans and of course Donamoyne. However our tournament is also very popular with the Dublin and Leinster sides and we have welcomed Foxrock Cabinteely and St. Maur’s to our town to compete. Our tournament will take place on Saturday 10th March, and we are looking for help on the day to run the tournament. Parents and players will be need to volunteer to help with pitches, in the kitchen and also the tuck shop. If you would like to help out, please contact Marion on 07730578786



Mrs Dorothy Keenan (nee Short) Blayney rd

The entire Crossmaglen Rangers Club are saddened to learn of the passing of Dorothy.
We send our deepest condolences to Dorothy’s Husband, Terry, Sons Niall and Eoin (current players), Brothers Naoise, Dermot and Jim, Sisters Clare and Patricia and the entire Keenan and Short families. The Short family have a long association with the club.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam

Mr Thomas Agnew, Carron Rd

Crossmaglen Rangers GFC send their deepest condolences to Thomas’s wife Philomena, Daughter Debbie, Sons Tony and John and the entire Agnew family on the sad passing of Tom.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.


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