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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 02/05/22

 

Field Rota 02/05/22

 

 

 

 

 

Armagh SFL

Armagh Harps V Cross

Saturday evening, we travelled to Armagh for our Senior Football league game. Persistent rain all day left conditions slippy. It was the home side who settled quickly, three points in the opening quarter to give them an early lead. The start of the second quarter saw us replicate this, three points without reply and with twenty gone on the clock, the game was all square. A point a piece from both sides from play was registered before Harps scored a point and a goal within a minute to put them in front once more and with the half time whistle only minutes away. Dara O’Callaghan converted a free to leave the score at the midway point;

Harps 1-05 Cross 0-5

Two points at the start of the second half brought it back to a one point game for a brief period of time. Harps stretched it to two from a free, Ronan Fitzpatrick did likewise and one was the difference yet again. A point from play from Harps give them a cushion. We had a number of missed opportunities but points from Aaron Kernan and Caolan Finnegan in the dying minutes levelled matters and this was how the game finished, all square!

Armagh Harps 1-7 Cross 0-10

Thanks to Cross Castles who sponsored the ball.

 

Armagh IFL 

Culloville V Cross

Our seconds travelled to neighbours, Culloville, on Sunday morning for their Intermediate League fixture. The first half was totally dominated by the opposition and by half time, they had built up a considerable lead.

Culloville 0-9 Cross 0-1

Our best spell of the match came in the opening minutes of the second half, four points one after another, all from the boot of Ronan Finnegan, reduced the deficit but Culloville steadied the ship, two points from frees converted and they were in a strong position with the finishing line in sight. A point a piece from Caolan Dooley and Shane McConville brought the scoring of the day to a close and it was Culloville who secured the points.

Culloville 0-11 Cross 0-7 

 

Fixtures

Monday, 2nd May, U17 Div 1 Rd 3. Cross V Patrick Rankin, 7pm

Tuesday, 3rd May,  U13 Div 1 South, Rd 3, Cross V Dromintee, Cross @7pm
Thursday,  5th May, U15 Div 1 Rd 3, Cross V Dromintee, Cross @7.15pm

Friday, 6th May, Armagh SFL A Rd 5, Cross V Dromintee, Cross @7.15pm

Sunday 8th May, U17, Div 1 Rd 4, Armagh Harps V Cross, Abbey Park @7.30pm

 

Sponsor A Ball; Senior League

Anton & Callum Murphy will sponsor the ball V Dromintee. Thanks to Anton, Callum, Shane & Moira Murphy for your ongoing support. Anton & Callum presents the ball to their cousin, Bernard. A few match balls to be sponsored, please get in touch if you wish to sponsor one.

 

 

Crossmaglen LGFA Notes:

 
Let’s Talk Programme! We are delighted to be hosting this programme on behalf of Armagh LGFA.
The LGFA TALK Project is a 6-week club-based initiative aimed at increasing the awareness of positive mental health in young members aged 13-18 years and removing the stigma associated with the subject area.
We are looking for anyone interested in helping with he programme to get in touch, and find out more about the training. If you are interested contact Marion McMahon or Roisin Murtagh.
Championship win for Armagh Ladies!  Armagh Ladies took on Monaghan in the championship semi-final. They had a comprehensive win, and will go onto to the Ulster final in two weeks time.
 
Training for our teams this week:
Senior and Minor players are training Monday, with a home Saturday this week. Good luck to the players and management.
U16.5 team: Training continues on Thursday evening. There will be an update sent to parents, or get in touch with Caoimhe Dooley, Ciara Conway or Colm Dooley for more information.
U14.5 team:  This week training will be Thursday evening, for more information contact Eilis Short, Martin Aherne or Lisa Jennings.
U12.5: Training continues on Wednesday evening at 6pm, this week, we are on Pairc na Og. We had another win this week, against Kileavy, it was a fantastic game of football that went right down to the last kick of the ball. This week, we will meet Carrickcruppen, this on Sunday at 11am. Details will be shared during the week.
U10.5: This training is aimed at ourP4, P5 & P6 players, and will be Wednesday evenings 615- 7.15pm in the Pairc Na Og. There is a game organised for Monday 8th May, against Cullyhanna. For more details contact Eddie Hill, James Carragher, Andrew Keegan or Micky Kane.
Gaelic4Mothers&Others are back out on the field Monday nights at 6.15pm. All players are reminded to have their boots and gum shields.
Registration is to be completed through the Foireann website, and payment should be made online.

 

 

Cross Rangers Lotto

 

Draw Date; 01/05/22

Numbers Drawn; 11 12 19 23

No Jackpot Winner; 

2 matched  3 numbers; Paul McShane, c/o Benny McShane & Raymond Duncan, c/o Lanteren bar, win £50 each. Well done Paul & Raymond.

Next Lotto Draw; 08/05/22

Jackpot; £5100/€6100

 

Irish Classes

Irish classes starting next Monday (providing we have enough people enrolled). Please contact Johanne Donnelly for more details.

 

 

Condolence

Sean Hatzer, Culloville

Crossmaglen Rangers GFC send our deepest condolences to Referee, Martin Hatzer and the extended Hatzer family and our fellow Gaels, Culloville Blues, on the sad passing of Martin’s Brother, Sean. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.