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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 23/04/18

 

 

Sponsor A Ball

The ball for today’s Senior league fixture was sponsored by Shorts Sports and Cycles.
Thank you very much Naoise, Mary and family for your sponsorship and your ongoing support for our senior team and the club.

Pic Below; Naoise with Daniel Cunningham

 

 

 

 

 

SFL Division 1A

Cross V St Patrick’s Cullyhanna

A minutes silence for Eugene O’Callaghen and Tom McBride RIP preceded our Senior league fixture.
A highly competitive encounter with some fine scores.
We were first off the mark, the game only seconds old when a point each from kyle Carragher and Rían O’Neill give us an early lead. Cullyhanna converted two frees to level the match. Points from Oisín O’neill (2) and Stephen Morris put us in front once more before Cullyhanna scored two goals in quick succession to edge them in front. Scores from Kyle Carragher , Oisín O’Neill (2) and Colin O’Connor give us the lead once more by the narrowest of margins with ten on the clock until half time
Cullyhanna scored three points in as many minutes. With minutes remaining in the first half, points from Stephen Morris and Aaron Kernan kept the game close.
Seconds before the referee blew the whistle for half time , Cullyhanna scored a point to leave the score at half time ;
Cross 0-11 Cullyhanna 2-06
Three points each from both sides, Stephen Morris, Paudie Stuttard and Oisín O’Neill our scorers in the opening ten minutes of the second half  meant there was still little between the sides.
Rían converted a free midway through the second half to level the score.
Cullyhanna converted a free to edge in front before an Oisín O’Neill point from a free left it all square once again.
Cullyhanna pushed on in the final minutes, a point in normal time to give them the lead. As the game entered extra time we scored before Cullyhanna got the last score of the game , a point to seal the victory with the only bare minimum between the teams.
Cross 0-17  Cullyhanna 2-12.

 

Best wishes

The Kelly & Aherne families would like to thank everyone for all their prayers , good wishes and support for Kathleen and the family.
Thanks to all who attended the rosary over the weekend.
We continue to keep Kathleen in our thoughts and and in our prayers.

 

Fixtures

Tuesday 24th April
U14 League Div 1 Rd 3
Cross V St Peters

Wednesday 25th April
U10 Go Games
Carrickcruppen v Cross

Intermediate B League
Cross V Shane O’Neills

Thursday 26th April
U16 League Div 1 Rd 4
Clan na Gael V Cross

Saturday 28th April
U8 Go Games
Whitecross V Cross

U12.5 Go Games Rd 1

St Patrick’s V Cross

Sunday 29th April

Senior A League
Dromintee V Cross

 

U10 Blitz

Well done to our U10 Squad and management who took part in a blitz in Silverbridge on Sunday morning

Pic Below; One of our U10 squads with David Donaldson 

 

 

 

 

 

U6

Training commenced on Friday evening for our U6’s.
Great to see so many young Rangers in action.
Well done boys and girls you were brilliant.
Huge praise for our U6 coaches, Johnny Savage, Oisín McConville, Ruairí Trainor, Aidan Meegan, Tony Brady and Tony McEntee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cycle Against Suicide

This Sunday, 29th April the Cycle Againgst Suicide Cycle race will stop briefly at the Rangers Hall on route to Newry.
The cyclists will arrive at 4.00pm approximately.
Some of our underage players will provide a guard of honour from Luke Murphys corner to the hall. Please come out and give the cyclists a warm welcome.
At least six cyclists from the area, some club members, are participating in the cycle.
Cycle against suicide is now in its fifth year. This fantastic event helps to bring awareness of all the support that is available for anyone who may be battling depression, self harm, at risk of suicide or has been bereaved by suicide.
Unfortunately our community like so many others across the island of Ireland have been touched by suicide
It is a great honour for the club that the cyclists are stopping with us. So keep the 29th April free so we can give the cyclists a good Crossmaglen Rangers welcome.

 

 

Membership/ Registration

Registration/Membership closes shortly.
Anyone who hasn’t registered won’t be eligible to participate in the upcoming season.
It is vital for the status of the club that our membership Is maintained and increased.
Please contact Peadar McCoy or any committee member to pay membership/ register.

Irish Classes

Irish Classes, Tuesday evening, 7.00-8.00pm in St Patrick’s Primary School.

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Annual Golf Classic

Don’t forget to tell family and friends that our Golf Classic will take place in Concra Wood Golf Club, Castleblayney on Friday 6th July.
We look forward to welcoming new and old faces.
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

 

 

Congratulations

Congratulations to Orin McKeown and the Abbey School Newry who beat St Pat’s, Maghera on Wednesday evening to win the Brock Final.

 

 

 

 

Well done

Well done to Patsy Finnegan who has been selected as Captain of Armagh U17 team and to Liam Finnegan, Ryan Duffy and Tony O’Callaghan who are all part of the Armagh Squad.
Good luck to the boys and the squad next Saturday when they play Down in the championship.

 

 

Congratulations

Congratulations to Bridget Doogan, Killany who won the jackpot at bingo on Monday night.

Pic Below; Bernie Shevlin, Brendan Bellew, Mary Carberry, Fr Cullen, Bridget Doogan ( jackpot winner ) and Briege McEntee

 

 

Pic Below; A great snap of Lucy Duffy & Caoimhe Dooley in their Armagh gear.

 

 

 

 

Big Bus

A reminder for all who have an appointment with Action Cancer Big Bus. The bus will visit the Rangers Hall on Wednesday 2nd May. If you wish to book a place or check availability please telephone 02890803344, option 1.

 

Crossmaglen Rangers LGFA

G4G 2018 Programme: the G4G programme has got off to a great start, with over 40 girls aged between 8 and 12 attending so far. A big shout out to the girls who took part in the hand pass challenge, and especially to Kelly Shields who managed 41 in 30 seconds, well done Kelly!

The programme aims to introduce young girls to gaelic football, but teaching newbies the basics, while also encouraging more experienced players to lead and take part in the Ladies game. There is still time to register and get involved, just come along on Monday night 6-7pm. This week we will be outside on the council field, so we will meet all players, already registered and new faces, at the council changing rooms for 6pm. The cost of the programme is £10 per child, which covers the cost of the gaelic4girls jersey, which all girls receive at the end of the programme.

Ladies Football Registration: Its that time of the year again, and we need all old players to renew their membership. The cost of registration is £30 for adult members and £20 for the underage player. Registration forms have been given out by team managers, and must be returned with monies to Marion on Elaine. The deadline for registrations is April 30th, all players must be fully paid by this date in order to train or play any match with the club.

Team information:
Senior & Minor squads continue to train on Tuesday evening, Peter and Maria will be in touch by message about venue. All old and new faces are welcome, just get in touch with Maria or Peter.

U16 Girls: This crew are continuing their winning strike, with another league victory. This week is was St. Paul’s in Lurgan, and it was a very high scoring game, with a final score of 6-13 to 5-01. Training continues on Wednesday evening at 6.30pm on the council field.

U12 & U14 Girls: U14s have their first match on Monday night against Silverbridge, all players must confirm their attendance, and good luck in your first game. All younger U12 players should attend G4G training as normal.

Pic Below;

Some of our girls take my part in the hand pass challenge, as part of their G4G session

 

 

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; 22/04/18

Numbers Drawn; 8 10 18 25

No Jackpot Winner

2 matched 3 numbers; Tara McCreesh, c/o of Gene Duffy & Teresa Hoey, Dorsey. Well done to our match 3 winners.

Next Draw; 29/04/18

Jackpot; £8700/€9700

 

Condolences

Mr Eugene O’Callaghan, Chapel Rd, Camlough and formerly The Square

Crossmaglen Rangers GFC are saddened to learn of the passing of Eugene, loyal supporter and close friend of the club.
We send our deepest condolences to Eugene’s Wife Patsy, Sons and Daughters, Pat, Patricia, Eugene, (U14 & U16 Mentor), Margaret, Damian, Eileen, Ann, Joseph, Sarah and Ciaran, Sister Bridie and the entire O’Callaghan family on the sad passing of Eugene.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

 

Mr Tommy Quinn, Newry Rd

Crossmaglen Rangers GFC send their deepest condolences to Tommy’s wife Kathleen, Sons and Daughters, Anna Marie, Lorraine, Majella, Fergal, Regina, Mark, Aileen, Kevin, Colm and Ciara and the entire Quinn family on the sad loss of Tommy.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

 

Mr Tom McBride, Oram

The entire Crossmaglen Rangers Club send their deepest condolences to fellow Gaels, Oram SarsfieldsGFC on the death of Tom, Club President and former player.
Deepest sympathy to Tom’s children, Thomas, Dermot, Aisling and Siobhan and the extended family circle.
Ar dheis Dé go raibh a anam.

 

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