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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 15/04/19


Online notes
This week’s online notes have been sponsored by Happy Faces, Fords Cross.
Thanks very much to Fiona Campbell  and family for your sponsorship and support for the club. If you would like to sponsor the online notes, please email [email protected] or telephone, 0876659126.

Armagh SFL Div 1 Rd 3
Ballymacnab V Cross 
Our Seniors travelled  to a bitterly cold Ballymacnab on Friday night for our Armagh Senior football league clash.
The home side got the scoring underway, a point not long after Kevin Faloon had thrown in the ball to get the game underway.
With the game only minutes old, high drama ensued, Kevin Faloon awarded us a penalty after observing an off the ball incident. Mel Boyce struck the ball superbly to give us our first goal of the match. Ballymacnab responded with a point to reduce it to a one point game but we went on a scoring spree, eight points without reply, Aaron Kernan (4,2F) Kyle Carragher (3) and Miceal McCabe. Ballymacnab got their third point as the minutes ticked down until the break. We finished the half strong, Aaron scored his fifth point and a goal and just before the whistle went to signal half time, a super pass from Mel to Kyle who fisted the fall into the home side net left the score at half time;
Ballymacnab 0-3 Cross 3-09
The second half Ballymacnab got off to a super start, four points in quick succession before we registered our opening score of the half, a point from the boot of Mel who had converted a free. Both sides scored two points a piece and with ten to go until the final whistle we were firmly in control. Those final minutes saw the home side score three points and Paul Hughes score our fourth goal. It was a great all round team performance with Captain, Aaron Kernan excelling. Well done to the entire squad and management.
Ballymacnab 0-12  Cross 4-12 
U18.5 Div 1 League Rd 3
Cross V Clan na Gael will now be played on Monday 6th May @7pm.
U14.5 League Div 1 Rd 2
Cross V Clan na Gael @6.45pm, Cross
U16.5 Div 1 Rd 3
Cross V Clan na Gael @6.45pm, Cross 
Derry Trip 
We are looking forward to our visit to Derry city on Easter Monday. I will be in the hall (back room) on Friday morning at 11am to collect deposits. There is still availability, please telephone Róisín 0876659126 or email [email protected].
Pic Below; Happy Faces Easter camp 
Katie Rose’s Journey
Many thanks to everyone who helped in any way on Saturday morning at the coffee morning. It was a tremendous success and it was fantastic to see first hand the community spirit in our area. The total money raised was £825 & €435.
Thanks to Naoise and Mary Short who sponsored a jersey for Katie Rose and to all the boys who signed it. We continue to keep Katie Rose in our thoughts and prayers and we wish her and her family well for the future.

Pic Below; All the ladies who worked hard at Katie Rose’s Coffee morning.










We would appreciate if any outstanding memberships could be paid up immediately. Please see Peadar, David or any committee member.






Well Done
Well done to Paula Duffy who won an online competition ran by Armagh Sports And Trophy. She won twenty gum-shields for our U14 squad and Healthy Hearts sponsored the rest.







Congratulations to Tiernan McConville who was awarded Reserve Footballer Of The Year by Ulster University. Tiernan received his award at a gala event on Monday night which was held in The Wellington Park Hotel.




Club Lotto


Draw; 14/04/19
Numbers Drawn; 8   9  13  23 
3 Matched 3 numbers; Patsy McCreesh, C/O Margaret McConville, Pete Lenaghan, C/O Patsy Donnelly & Annabel McCaffrey, C/O Josie Gregory win £35 each. 
Well done to our match 3 winners.
Jackpot; £12,000/€13,000.
Next Draw; 21/04/19
Mal Cumiskey, Lismore 
Crossmaglen Rangers GFC send our deepest condolences to Mal’s Sister, Betty and the extended Cumiskey and Short families on the recent sad passing of Mal.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
Mrs Mary Armstrong, Castleblayney 
The entire Crossmaglen Rangers club send our deepest condolences to the Ogle family on the recent passing of their Sister/Aunt, Mary.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a hanam.
Johnny Hughes, The Square
Crossmaglen Rangers send our deepest sympathies to Ann (Lennon) and Gerard Hughes and family circle on the death of their Father, Johnny.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.
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