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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 10/05/21

 

 

2020 U15 Championship SF

 

Cross V Clann Eireann

 

 

 

Abbey Park, Armagh was the venue for the 2020 U15 Championship SF. The opening quarter was an even affair, each side matching score for score. The second quarter saw us have our best spell of the match, 1-4 scored, (Aaron  Haughey the goal scorer) to three points from Clann Eireann to leave the score at the break;

Cross 1-8 Clan Eireann 0-7

The lurgan  boys settled quickly after the break, 1-2 registered on the scoreboard before we got our opening score, a point and  Clann Eireann led by the narrowest of margins for the first time in the match. Aaron O’Neill converted a free to level matters before Clann Eireann went on a scoring spree, four points without reply and they were in a commanding position with ten to go. Two points for us reduced the deficit but with the finishing line in sight line, Clann Eireann pushed on, three points one after another and they booked their place in the final. Hard luck lads on what was a tough battle.

Cross 1-12 Clann Eireann 1-16

 

Cross Rangers Irish Classes via Zoom 

Irish classes back on Monday 7.30 via zoom. This class is for improvers. For the link to join,  please email Johanne; [email protected]

 

Club Membership 2021

Membership is closing shortly. Please contact any committee member to pay membership or pay online

 

 

Crossmaglen LGFA Notes

Return to Play
The club is buzzing with activity and all our members are enjoying the social interaction and of course their football.  It is not too late to join up, and we welcome all players, new, current or even those who hung up their boots for a while. Don’t be afraid to dust them off, a get involved for the season ahead, you won’t regret It.
Team News! 
Under 10.5s- This group is for P/R3 to P/R5, the focus is on fun, and building confidence with the ball. Training is every Monday 6pm-7.15pm, on Pairc Na Og. We are working hard to arrange some games in the next few weeks, and we know the girls are looking forward to this.
Under 12.5s- This group is for P/R6 to 1st year of secondary school.  Training is every Monday 6pm-7.15pm, on Pairc Na Og
Our U12.5 squad of 2020 took the field against Mullabrack today. It was always going to be a hard fought match, and while our girls did us proud, Mullabrack came away with the win. And so we go again, playing Mullaghbawn in the U12.5 league next Sunday. More info to follow.
Under 14.5 & 16.5- This session is for all secondary school players. Training is every Wednesday  6pm-7.15pm, on Pairc Na Og and Saturday 4-5.30pm on the Back Field.
These teams are both preparing for the first league fixture. U14.5 will take on Silverbridge on Thursday. While the U16.5 also meet Silverbridge on Monday 17th. Good luck to the team and management.
Seniors– There are three sessions per week for our senior crew. They are training at Monday 8pm; Thursday 8pm and Saturday 6pm. For more information contact Maria or Peter.
Our senior squad were promoted to Division 1 at the end of last season. This is a big step up for a young team, but a challenge which will strengthen our club’s development.  The league commenced on Saturday 8th May, meeting Shane O’Neill’s. The girls worked hard to contest the game, but Shane’s have the shooting power and the goals won in the end. Next week they take in Armagh Harps, at home. Good luck to the entire squad.
A reminder that all players must be registered with the LGFA, in order to train or play. If you are unsure how to do this, just contact a coach or committee member.
Calling all Mothers & Others!!!
Following our meeting  by during the week, we have been putting out the feelers to gauge interest in this new initiative. We have over 40 members hoping to get involved.
G4M&Os
  • Is a fun and recreational group
  • Promotes physical & mental well being
  • Supports social inclusion in our community
We will be running a ‘Come & Try’ session on Monday 17th May at 6.15pm, in Pairc Na Og. Everyone is welcome!
Our county players need local support! 
Armagh LGFA are reaching out to businesses and individuals who would like to support our local county stars. They are aiming to get each player sponsored for the incoming season at a cost of £100.
The player you sponsor will arrange a photo with your company and this will be featured on our very popular social media accounts.
Your company will be advertised whilst also supporting the team.
If you’re interested in helping Armagh please contact any of our players directly or Sinead Reel.
We know that lots of our club members will be interested in this opportunity, so don’t delay.
Cross Square 100 is back! 
We are delighted to announce that we are putting a date in the diary for our annual fundraising event. Sunday 20th June, we challenge our community to help us complete a marathon by walking or running 100 laps of the square in a relay.  This event is open to all levels of fitness, and all age groups, as every lap counts. We will have more details of how to get involved in coming weeks.
Playrfit Shop
The online shop is open for two weeks, for anyone who wishes to buy gear for players or supporters. There’s a wide range of items, with designs and prices to suit everyone. Just check out their social media for more information.

 

Club Lotto

 

 

Draw Date; 09/05/21

Numbers Drawn; 2  3  26  28 

No Jackpot Winner 

1 Matched 3 numbers; Eileen McEntegart, Klubfunder,wins £100. Well done Eileen.

Jackpot; £5400/€6400

Next Lotto Draw; 16/05/21

Cross Rangers Summer Camp 

Our annual summer camp will take place from the 16th-20th August, 10am-2pm daily and once again will be sponsored by Eugene Duffy Construction. We send our sincere thanks to Gene, Paul, Caroline and the Duffy family for their support. More details to follow regarding registration etc and  for the first time we will have an online option to register.

 

 

Condolence

Patsy McEneaney, Ardross 

Crossmaglen Rangers GFC are saddened to learn of the passing of former player, Patsy. We send our deepest condolences to Patsy’s Wife, Geraldine, Sons’ Adam & Zak, Daughter Elizabeth and the entire McEneaney and McCusker families at this sad time. Ar  dheis Dé go raibh a anam.