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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 12/03/18

 

 

Malachy Murdoch Tournament

After securing victory against Ballyholland Harps on Wednesday night, our Seniors will now play Dromintee in the semi final of the Malachy Murdoch Tournament.

Result;
Cross 0-16 Ballyholland Harps 1-10

Fixture;
Cross V Dromintee, Wednesday 14th March at 7.45pm in Burren.

Below; Thanks to Brendan Monaghan for this great photo from the Cross V Ballyholland match.

 

 

 

U14 Feile

On Saturday afternoon our U14’s had a good win against Cullyhanna in the Feile.
Despite the poor weather, it was an entertaining encounter where the boys showed great determination and grit to seal the victory.

 

 

 

 

U10 Training

U10 Training, Sunday 18th March @10.30am in St Josephs High School.

 

Mass

Fr Cullen will celebrate mass on Tuesday night in the Rangers Hall at 7.30pm. Everyone welcome.

 

 

Membership/ Registration

A very successful registration/ membership morning took place on Sunday morning. If you missed the Membership/Registration morning and wish to become a member or to register a player, please pm our Facebook page or contact Peadar McCoy.
Below are the rates for membership;

 

 

Annual Golf Classic 

A date for your diaries. Our annual golf classic takes place on Friday 6th July in Concra Wood Golf Club , Castleblayney.
Huge thanks to our main sponsors, Killycard Developments and Hanratty Oils.
For those who are attending the golf Classic and need accommodation, please contact The Cross Square Hotel, Tel.02830860505, Email [email protected] or Murtagh’s B&B, Tel. 02830861378.

 

Gaeltacht

Any members attending Gaeltacht courses this Summer, please contact our Irish Cultural Officer; Email: gaeilgecr @yahoo.com so we can provide some information regarding bursaries available through the club.
Go raibh maith agaibh.

 

Irish Language Collection

There will be an Irish Language collection at all St Patrick’s Day masses in St Patrick’s.

 

Irish classes

Irish Classes for beginners, free of charge every Tuesday 7-8pm in St Patrick’s P.S.

 

Pilates

Pilates as Gaeilge
Beginners Classes, Thursday 8-9pm in the Ranger’s Hall. New members welcome.

 

 

Impact Gum shields

Impact gum shields are custom made and are suitable for everyone aged 7 plus.
They offer both excellent protection and fit.
Anyone interested in purchasing a custom made gum shield please contact;
Gene Hanratty, Tel 0860869287  for more details.

 

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Ladies Football Notes

 

Crossmaglen Ladies 9th Annual Pre-Seasons Sevens in association with Shorts Sports and Cycles

Crossmaglen Ladies annual 7s competition has become a popular fixture in the Ladies football calendar. There were many returning teams, and also some new faces, with the club hosting twenty teams from across Ireland, all eager to contest the cup and shield competition.
The twenty teams took to the field, split into four groups and it went down to the final games in each group to decide the fate of the teams. Creggan Kickhams, Saul, Mullaghbawn, Kileavy were knocked out of the competition after the group stages, with Crossmaglen, Carrickmore, Forkhill, Burren, Naomh Gall, St. Brigid’s, Carrickmore and Donaghmoyne progressing to the shield competition. While Sarsfield Mountmellick, Corduff, Naomh Pol, Clann Mhuire, Bun Cranna, Maynooth, Armagh Harps and Errigal Ciaran qualified for the cup competition.
The shield quarter-finals, were extremely competitive with two games coming down to the last kick of the ball. Crossmaglen emerged to take on Burren, while Naomh Gall met Carrickmore in the Semi-finals. There was great excitement as Naomh Gall’s met the Tyrone side in the first semi-final. Naomh Gall’s pushed ahead and earned their place in the final, winning 3.03 to 2.03. The homeside (Crossmaglen) were up next against Burren. The both hard fought match, both side playing blanket defence strategies, making it difficult to score. Burren were victors at the final whistle, with a score of 1.03 to 1.01. The final was hard fought, with both side showing signs of tiredness after a long morning of football, in wet conditions. The Burren side again employed great defensive strategies but scoring from distance was no problem for the Belfast side. Noamh Gall collected Silverware!
Meanwhile at the other side of the tournament, Sarsfields Mountmellick, Naomh Pol, Maynooth and Armagh Harps qualified for the Cup Semi-finals. Sarsfields worked hard to secure their place in the final scoring a couple of early goals against the Belfast side. While the Maynooth and Armagh Harps game was so close that it went to extra time and eventually had to be decided by a shoot out. Armagh Harps went on to play Sarsfields, and while the conditions were terrible the football was very enjoyable to watch. The Armagh side defended hard in the first half but Mountmellick’s forwards supported each other well to produce some lovely scores. They moved the ball well, with their No. 5 leading the charge and setting up the plays to keep the Harp’s keeper under pressure. At half time Mountmellick were ahead but narrowly, by a goal and a point. Armagh Harps rallied at half time, but the extra time in the semi-final was starting to show and players were slowing. This gave Mountmellick the chance to drive forward, and they collected the cup for the second time in the history of the tournament.
The referees nominate a player at the end of each match and these names were they consulted at the end of the tournament over a well deserved hot dinner. Laura-Marie Marr of Mountmellick was finally selected as Player of the tournament sponsored by McNamee’s Butchers.
Thank you to everyone who helped out with our tournament in anyway, especially our tournament sponsors Shorts Sports and Cycles. It was a great day of football and we are looking forward to making preparations for the 10th Tournament.

Crossmaglen Rangers’ Pre-Season Sevens Role of Honour
Cup Competition
2010 ​Clann Eireann (Armagh)
2011​Clann Eireann (Armagh)
2012​Donamoyne (Monaghan)
2013​Donamoyne (Monaghan
2014​Sarsfield Mountmellick (Laois)
2015​Foxrock Cabinteeley (Dublin)
2016​Clann Eireann (Armagh)
2017 Donaghmoyne (Monaghan)
2018 Sarsfield Mountmellick (Laois)

Shield Competition
2010​Emyvale (Monaghan)
2011​Clondalkin Round Towers (Dublin)
2012​Kileavy (Armagh)
2013​Clann Eireann (Armagh)
2014​St Eunans (Donegal)
2015​Donamoyne (Monaghan)
2016​Armagh Minors
2017 Sarsfields (Armagh)
2018 Noamh Gall (Antrim)

 

Pic Below; Eilish & Jessica McCreesh, on behalf of Shorts Sports & Cycles, present medals to the Shield Runners Up, Burren

 

Pic Below; Shield Winners, Noamh Gall, receive their medals & tournament shield from Eilish & Jessica McCreesh, on behalf of Shorts Sports & Cycles

 

Pic Below; Eilish  & Jessica McCreesh, on behalf of Shorts Sports & Cycles, present medals to the Cup Runners Up, Armagh Harps

 

 

 

Pic Below; Winners of the Cup, Sarsfield Mountmellick, receive their medals & tournament shield from Eilish & Jessica McCreesh, on behalf of Shorts Sports & Cycles

 

 

Pic Below; Player of the Tournament, Laura Marie Marr, receives her award from Marion McMahon & Shannon Quinn on behalf of McNamee’s Butcher’s.

 

 

 

Sweet Caroline

On Saturday 14th April, a golf Classic will take place in Ashfield Golf Course, Cullyhanna.
To sponsor a T-Box or for more details please contact Neil, Tel 07393612032.
All proceeds from the Classic will go to the Sweet Caroline Trust which is helping to raise awareness of Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome.

 

 

 

Well Done

Well done to Orlaith Donnelly & Aimee Lee Carragher who played at half time during the Armagh V Donegal Hurling match in the Athletic Grounds on Sunday.

 

 

Congratulations

Congratulations to our neighbours, St. Pats Tug-of-War Club who to date have won four gold medals at the World Indoor TOW Championships in Xuzhou, China.

 

Club Lotto

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.
https://www.clublottery.com/Club/Details/37

Draw; 11/03/18

Numbers Drawn; 7  10  22  24

No Jackpot Winner

5 matched 3 numbers;

Next Draw; 18/03/18

Jackpot ; £8100/€9100

Well done to our 5 matched 3 winners

 

Mother’s Day And International Womens Day

International Womens Day was celebrated on Thursday and Mother’s Day on Sunday.
Happy International Womens Day and Mother’s Day to all the ladies in the club and a special thought for all those no longer with us but forever in our hearts.

 

 

St Patrick’s Day

Happy St Patrick’s Day to all our players, mentors, members, supporters and sponsors.
sásta Lá Fhéile Pádraig.

 

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