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Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 06/07/20


Reminiscing With A Ranger

This week’s ‘Reminiscing With A Ranger’ is five times County Championship winner, Jack McEntee.





Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 29/06/20


Reminiscing With A Ranger 


This week’s reminiscing with a Ranger is someone who held a position as an officer of Crossmaglen Rangers for over twenty years, my predecessor, former PRO,  Tom McKay.




Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 22/06/20


This week I reminisced with a former player, former championship winning manager, lifelong member, loyal supporter and a true Ranger, Séamus Morgan.






RM;  Séamus, can you tell me where you were born and about your family.

SM; I was born in Carlingford St., Crossmaglen. My parents were Patrick and Annie Morgan, my father was the local blacksmith. I was one of a family of six. In 1966 I married Helen and we have a family of five– Patrick, Margarita, Seamus, Kieran, and Helena – we have 18 grandchildren.

Cross Rangers Online Lotto


Below is the link to play our club lotto online⬇️

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 15/06/20

This week I reminisced with another Rangers legend who donned the black and amber jersey for Cross Seniors for twenty six seasons, the one and only, Larry Kearns.

Pictured Below;  Larry and Jim McKerr


Pictured Below; Larry and his Wife, Angela 



Pictured Below; Larry and Son,  Robert with Sam.



RM;  Larry, what age did you start playing football? Who were your heroes or who did you aspire to be like?

Crossmaglen Rangers Club Notes 08/06/20


This weeks ‘Reminiscing With A Ranger’ is a lady who has dedicated her whole life to Crossmaglen Rangers and the GAA. I am and proud and honoured to call her my friend, the legend that is Margaret McConville.



RM; Margaret, can you tell me about growing up in Crossmaglen.

MMcC; I was born in Crossmaglen on the ninth of May, 1936. My Parents were James and Mary Morgan (nee Keegan). I had ten siblings, six Brothers and four Sisters; James, Fr Pat, Maura (Watters), Gene, Annie (Shannon), Kathleen (Eardley), Tommy, John, Brian and Jeanette (O’Callaghan). I was the third youngest.