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Crossmaglen Rangers Senior Management 2020

Senior Management 2020

Crossmaglen Rangers GFC wish to announce the appointment of a new Senior Manager for 2020.
At a meeting tonight, Crossmaglen Rangers Club Executive Committee ratified Stephen Kernan as the senior team manager who will be assisted by selectors, Jim McConville and Francis Fitzpatrick.
We are delighted that we can keep our tradition of in- house appointment for our senior management going.
We sincerely thank this group of experienced club personnel for putting their names forward to lead our senior team into the future.

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 06/01/20

 

 

 

Registration Nights 

 

 


U11.5; Friday 24th January

U15; Wednesday 29th January 

U13; Friday 31st January 

U7.5 & downwards to nursery; Wednesday 5th February 

U9.5; Friday 7th February 

U17; Wednesday 12th February 

 

Health & Well Being 

 

Continuing with our ongoing health and well being initiatives, representatives from  Aware will speak to our U13, U15 & U17.5 teams at our registration evenings. More details to follow.

 

 

 

National Draw Tickets 

 

The GAA National Draw tickets are now on sale. There are super prizes to be won and we have added ten bonus prizes; meal vouchers for local hotels/restaurants. Tickets cost €10 and the draw will take place on Thursday 12th March 2020.  Please support the draw as all funds raised will be retained by the club.

 

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Membership 2020

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 22/12/19

 

2019

As a very successful, productive and busy 2019  draws to a close, we reflect on a year where we experienced success both on and off the field. A year where we were highly involved in the community, in charity work, health and well being, went off site on a number of occasions visiting Tipperary and Croke Park on a number of occasions. We starred in tv shows, received awards and accolades and we were honoured at the highest level. Joe and Aaron Kernan were part of the 2019 Bord Gáis Legends Tour at Croke Park Museum, a unique honour to have a Father and Son relive their playing days at Headquarters. Oisin McConville, an ambassador for Trocaire flew the flag for the club in far away lands.
To everyone who helped to make  it such a success, we thank each and everyone for all you assistance, co-operation and support.
To all  the Men, Women, boys and girls who donned the black and amber, we are extremely proud of you all and we wish you a very successful but above all a happy and enjoyable 2020.
We send our sincere gratitude to all our sponsors, led by main sponsor, Hanratty Oils for your generosity and support. It was wonderful to see us retain the Armagh Senior Championship sporting our new jerseys!
To our coaches, your dedication and commitment makes our club what it is and on a personal level I want to express my sincere  thanks for all their assistance but above all their patience, they worked closely with myself which ensured I could relay information/ photos quickly from matches and events to all our social media platforms.
The highlight of the year was in July when Pairc na nÓg was officially opened  by Ulster President, Oliver Galligan. Pairc na nÓg dedicated to the youth of Crossmaglen Rangers would not have come about had it not been for the hard work work and commitment of a dedicated team whose vision came to fruition in the opening of a marvellous facility where the young will flourish. Huge thanks to all those who worked so hard and made donations.
To all who fundraised, in particular our dedicated lotto team, over thirty years in existence, thank you for all your hard work every week raising much needed funds.
Huge thanks to the bingo team led by Mary Carberry.
Thanks to our golf committee, we look forward to Crossmaglen Rangers Golf Classic 2020 which will take place on the 10th July, 2020 in Concra Wood.
Thank you to our Social club committee led by Patrica and Tim. To groundsmen, Larry and Gene for all your hard work.
To our supporters and friends, thank you for your unwavering support.
As the year draws to a close, we remember all our members and friends no longer with us who who will all be remembered at the club mass which will be celebrated by Fr Kevin  Cullen on Tuesday, 4th February 2020.
We hope Santa is good to all our Rangers!
Nollaig faoi shéan agus faoi mhaise agus Athbhliain faoi mhaise daoibh.

 

 

 A small selection of Photos taken during the year.

 

Pic Below; The Martin Family at Operation Transformation ‘Ireland Lights Up’ in January

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 16/12/19

 

 

Trocaire

 

 

 

 

Recently Oisin McConville travelled to Gaza with Trocaire.
I met Oisin when he returned home to hear first hand what it was like to travel to one of the most suppressed and troubled lands in the world.

RM; It was a remarkable journey you undertook, how did it all come about?

OMcC; The opportunity came about when I was asked last year. Freya had just arrived so the timing wasn’t ideal and I had to decline. Trocaire came back to me in August. I discussed it with my family at home and because of a previous interest in Palestine, I decided to go.

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 09/12/12

 

AGM

Our Annual General Meeting took place on Tuesday night. Chairman, Gene Hanratty in his chairman’s report stated it had been an honour to hold the position of Chairman again in 2019. He spoke about how it was he who is the one in the photos but that it’s down to all the hard work from every single one of our volunteers in the club. Gene spoke about Crossmaglen Rangers receiving the award of 2019 Armagh club of the year which was won by every single man, woman and child affiliated to the club. It was a well earned award, with us excelling on and off the field. Gene mentioned all the club events and fundraisers being run and the fantastic PR work from Roisin throughout the year. Fundraisers like the weekly lotto, bingo, annual golf classic and different community events are essential to the social, financial and the health and wellbeing of the club. Gene thanked Jonny Savage and Danielle Morris for their detailed secretary report and their hard work throughout the year. Chairman Gene thanked everyone who helped all year no matter how big or small and how it takes it all to run a club of our size. He sent congratulations to all in the club who have won cups and honours throughout the year bringing honour to the club and to all who enhanced our clubs’ reputation with your etiquette and discipline. 2019 also saw Hanratty Oils take take over as our new main sponsor and we retained the Armagh senior championship in our new jerseys, Gene expressed his sincere gratitude to Hanratty Oils (The Hanratty Family) for their support and help in fuelling success. Gene expressed his delight that he feels when he sees so many supporters wearing the new club gear which keeps the club in focus daily and generates revenue for the club through the purchases from Shorts Sports. Gene thanked Noaise and Mary for their continuing support. Our Chairman paid tribute and honoured our late Honorary President, John O’Reilly who he said was a true Cross Ranger, a true Gael. Gene announced that we have a new honorary President, someone who has given a lifetime of service to the club and the GAA, as a player, various different roles in the executive committee and committees in Armagh, County, Ulster and Croke Park. An active fundraiser, a loyal supporter, a generous sponsor and a true Gael, the one and only Gene Duffy. Gene will join Margaret McConville and Chairman Gene welcomed Gene to his new role and said he had no doubt that our club will be further enhanced with two devoted, loyal and long standing people at the helm. A delighted Gene said he felt very honoured to bestowed with such an accolade. Gene finished his report by how he is looking forward to 2020 in the knowledge that the club will continue to succeed and thrive through the hard work of our coaches and all our volunteers.