Mixed fortunes for Armagh Clubs in Ulster

November 15th, 2015 | Club Football, Football

Mixed fortunes for Armagh Clubs in Ulster

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, P McKeown; S Finnegan, M Aherne, J Morgan; J Hanratty (1-1), A Kernan (0-3, 2f); M McNamee (0-2), S Kernan (0-2), T Kernan (0-4, 2f, 1 ’45’); J Murtagh (1-0), R Kelly, K Carragher

Subs: G Carragher for Finnegan (29), O O’Neill (0-3) for Murtagh (41), A Cunningham for Kelly (50), P Stuttard for McNamee (53), K Brennan for K Carragher (56)

Cargin: C O’Reilly; M Kane, J Laverty, K O’Boyle; T Scullion (0-1), J Crozier, J Carron; M McCann (0-2), G McCann; P McCann, T McCann (0-2, 1f), E McGrogan; R McKernan, C Close (0-3, 1f), M Magill (0-5, 2 ’45’)

Subs: M Kelly for McGrogan (38), B Laverty for P McCann (41), M Clarke for T McCann (55)
Interview with Paul Hearty Captain of the Crossmaglen Rangers team after their Ulster Club Championship win over Erin’s Own Cargin

Interview with John Brennan Erin’s Own Cargin Manager after their defeat to Crossmaglen Rangers in the Ulster Club Championship

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