Kukri Sports Ulster Club Minor Football Tournament final: Crossmaglen Rangers (Armagh) 4-12 St Eunan’s, Letterkenny (Donegal) 1-6 Crossmaglen Minors claimed the Ulster title on New Years Day for the first time in their history and its only the 2nd time a club in Ulster has claimed the Minor/Senior double in the same season. Ulster titles […]
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Crossmaglen Rangers are Ulster club champions for an 11th time after an extra-time victory over Scotstown. The win puts Crossmaglen into the semi-finals of the All-Ireland club competition in which they will play Castlebar who recently beat Corofin in the Connacht final. Crossmaglen joint-manager Oisin McConville said after the game “It was an unbelievable battle […]
Ten-times winners Crossmaglen Rangers are back in the Ulster Club Championship final after beating Kilcoo 0-12 to 0-8 at Pairc Esler on Sunday.
Congratulations to Clann Eireann who defeated Bredagh in the Un16 Ulster Championship today on a scoreline of 2-14 V 0-08. Aodhan McConville was man of the match.
Second-half goals from Johnny Murtagh and Johnny Hanratty helped Crossmaglen to an Ulster club quarter-final victory over Cargin at the Athletic Grounds today however it was Extra Time heartache for Clann Eireann who suffered a 2 point defeat at the hands of Bundoran. Stats from the Crossmaglen game: Crossmaglen: P Hearty; P Hughes, A Rushe, […]
Ulster GAA in partnership with Linwoods Armagh TV will be streaming live the AIB Ulster Club Senior Football quarter final between Crossmaglen Rangers and Erins Own Cargin. Throw in from the Athletic Grounds is 2.30pm. To purchase your ticket (£3 online payment via Paypal) visit www.armaghgaa.net/armaghtv
Armaghgaa.net exclusively caught up with Crossmaglen Rangers’ Tony Kernan this week in the run-up to their mouthwatering Ulster Senior Football Quarter-Final clash with newly-crowned Antrim champions Cargin. Crossmaglen’s preparations have been focused solely on their opponents for Sunday, as Tony explained. Beating Kilcoo three years ago in the Provincial Final “is the last game we have […]
Pictures from Clann Eireann v Killeavy U16 Division 1 Championship Final
Pictures from Keady v Granemore U16 Division 2 Championship Final