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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 14/05/18

 

Sponsor A Ball

Physique Plus, New road, Silverbridge sponsored the ball for our Senior league fixture with Clann Éireann. Many thanks Tony for your sponsorship and ongoing support the club.

Pic below; Kia & Freya present the ball to Paul McEntee

 

 

 

Senior A League

Clann Éireann V Cross

The home side got off to a blistering start registering four points in the opening minutes(1F).
We capitalised on a bad kick out from the Clann Éireann goalie, Tony Kernan put the ball in the back of the Clan Eireann’s net to get our first score and leave only one between the sides. Clann Eireann responded imediately with a point to increase their narrow lead. Both sides exchanged scores both the result of frees, Miceal McCabe our scorer .
The next few minutes saw us having a better spell , three points in quick succession from the O’Neill brothers , Rían(2,1F) and an exhibition score from Oisín . As half time approached both sides scored two points each, Tony Kernan and Stephen Morris our point scorers to leave the score at the break;
Clann Eireann 0-08 Cross 1-07
The first ten minutes of the second half saw an even encounter, Clann Éireann scored three points(2,F) and we scored two, both coming from the boot of Rian O’Neill(1,’F,1’45) to leave us ahead by the bare minimum. We pushed on and some superb scores from Oisin(1) and Rían(2)which  strengthened our lead midway through the second half.
With thirteen left on the clock, referee Raymond Watters awarded us a penalty which Rían took superbly to give us our second goal of the match but Clann Éireann fought back, scoring four points in as many minutes to reduce the deficit to just a goal.
Points from Rían and Mickey McNamee in the dying minutes secured our lead and as the game hit the sixtieth minute Clann Éireann scored a point. As the game entered injury time, Clann Éireann were reduced to fourteen men after their number 8 received his second yellow card which was followed by a point from  Oisín and Rían to seal the victory.
Clann Éireann 0-16 Cross 2-16
Well done lads and management.

 

U10

Well done to our U10’s who had a good win on Sunday morning against Mullaghbawn

 

Fixtures

 

 

 

Monday 14th May
U18 League Div 1 Rd 6
Cross V Clan Éireann
7.00pm


Wednesday 16th May
U10 Go Games Rd 4
Cross V Mullaghbawn

Thursday 17th May
U16 Div 1 Rd 7
Armagh Harps V Cross
7.15pm


Saturday 12th May

U12.5 Go Games Rd 3
Cross V Armagh Harps
4.00pm

 

 

Tractor Run

This Sunday, 20th May a very special event will take place, a Mini Tractor Run.
Registration for all little drivers and their vehicles( all vehicles must be roadworthy!!!!!) will take place in the Rangers Hall at 10.30am. Our first contraption will leave the Hall at 11.30am approx. The route will be one lap of the square and back to the hall. Stewards will be in place to ensure the safety of all our little people is paramount,
The cost is £5/€5 per child or £10/€10 per family.
So boys and girls, get those tractors, go karts, scooters, green machines and trikes gleaming (no quads please) and ready for the road and we will see you all on Sunday the 20th May.
All monies raised will go towards the promotion of the Irish language locally.
We would like to thank the following for their generous donations; MSS workwear (Cathal & Sean Duncan) for donating a ride on tractor, Valuland for their donation of a log trailer and Egg Coffee & IceCream who will give every wee driver one scoop of ice cream to cool down after a tough morning driving!
Everyone is welcome to this fantastic event and please tell all your family and friends so we can make sure the roads are busy!

 

 

 

500,000 Steps Challenge

The 500,000 Steps Challenge will take. place on Sunday 27th May. Events kick off at midday when our very special guest, Uachtarán Cumann Lúthchleas Gael John Horan planting an apple blossom tree. This tree symbolises youth and will acknowledge the young of our club. President Horan will then officially launch our 500,000 Steps Challenge.
There will be games and stalls , BBQ , face-painting , fun for all the family to celebrate Lá Raonaithe Óga who are at the heart of our club.
This is the perfect opportunity for us all to celebrate the achievements of all our young Rangers, their mentors and coaches.
Sponsorship cards have been distributed, please give generously to this underage fundraiser.
Coaches and teams, let’s see who can raise the most money and do the most steps, at the minute the U10’s are hot favourites with Shane Murphy reckoning his side can beat all others!!!!
Following the Steps Challenge, both our Senior and Intermediate teams will be in action;
Seniors V Ballymacnab and Intermediate V Tullysarran.
It promises to be a memorable day in St Oliver Plunkett Park, a day not too be missed.

 

 

 

James Hughes U10 Tournament

The James Hughes U10’s Tournament takes place on Saturday 9th June. In total thirty two teams from near and far will compete. It promises to be a great day in memory of James RIP.
Please keep the date free.

 

 

 

U6 Training

U6 training, Friday evening at 6.30pm. Anyone who would like to assist at the training please PM Cross Rangers Facebook page.

 

South Armagh Fruit Cakes

South Armagh Fruit Cakes will take place on Tuesday 15th May, 7.00-9.00pm in the kitchen, Rangers Hall.
New members welcome.

 

Fermanagh V Armagh

Terrace tickets for this game can be ordered through the club or you can purchase tickets through the usual outlets.
Good luck to the Armagh squad and management on Saturday evening when they face Fermanagh in Brewster Park in the Ulster Championship.

 

Good Luck

Good luck to all our players and members who are sitting exams at present or preparing for exams.

 

Well Done

Well done to Leon McShane who was part of a relay team who took part in the Belfast Marathon last Monday. The team were taking part in remembrance of the late Dennis McCreesh RIP and all monies raised went towards the Upper Creggan & District Armagh Lourdes Hospitalite.

 

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; 13/05/18

Numbers Drawn; 7 9 10 29 

No Jackpot Winner

5 matched 3 numbers; Ray Quinn, Luke O’Neill, Jarleth Gregory, J Marron & James Duffy 

Next Draw; 20/05/18

Jackpot; £9000/€10,000

 

Condolences

Mr Kevin Cumiskey, Newry Rd

Crossmaglen Rangers GFC send their deepest condolences to Kevin’s Wife Siobhan, Sons Kevin, Darren & Colm, Daughter Sabrina , grandchildren , Brothers Eamon, Ronnie, Maurice and Desmond and the entire Cumiskey family on the sad passing of Kevin.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

 

Mr Joe Brady, Culloville, Brother of Benny, former player and championship winner in 1947

The entire Crossmaglen Rangers Club send their deepest condolences to Joe’s Sons, Joseph, Bernard and PJ, Daughters Anne, Brid, Rose and Eileen, Brother Benny and the extended family on the sad loss of Joe. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

 

Mr Frank Maguire, Derrylin

Crossmaglen Rangers GFC send their deepest sympathies to Mrs Pauline O’Donnell & family on the recent sad passing of her Brother, Frank. Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

 

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