By Shaun Casey CROSSMAGLEN and Armagh legend Aaron Kernan has decided to call time on his illustrious club career. During his 23 years in the black and amber, Kernan won 18 county medals, eight Ulster titles and three All-Irelands. Kernan, son of legendary Armagh player and manager Joe, retired following his side’s five-point defeat to […]
CROSSMAGLEN and Armagh legend Aaron Kernan has decided to call time on his illustrious club career. During his 23-years in the black and amber, Kernan won it all. He finishes his career with 18 county medals, 8 Ulster titles and 3 All-Irelands. Kernan, son of legendary Armagh player and manager Joe, retired following his sides […]
By Shaun Casey Antrim – Paddy Cunningham (Lámh Dhearg) Cunningham made a stunning return for Antrim during Enda McGinley’s era and helped the Saffron’s climb out of the bottom division. That was in 2021 and two years on, Cunningham, one of the most accurate attackers in Antrim football, is still plying his trade at club […]
CROSSMAGLEN Rangers have appointed 2000 All-Ireland winning club captain Anthony Cunningham as their new senior football manager. Cunningham takes over from the outgoing Stephen Kernan, who enjoyed three years at the helm. Kernan steps down having brought the Gerry Fegan Cup back to Crossmaglen after a two-year absence. During Kernan’s reign, the Rangers reached three […]
By Shaun Casey MOST clubs base their whole existence around trying to win one championship, but then again Crossmaglen aren’t most clubs. The Rangers collected their 46th senior championship crown on Sunday, and their first since 2019, with a 12-point win over Granemore. Aaron Kernan enjoyed one of his best championship campaigns in recent years […]
Crossmaglen manager Kieran Donnelly talks about the challenges facing their club.
Armagh Senior Football Championship Final 2018 Crossmaglen 0-24 Ballymacnab 1-15 Crossmaglen have returned to the pinnacle of Armagh club football beating league winners, Ballymacnab in a high scoring encounter at the Athletic Grounds. Advertisement Cross had to come from behind after Jack Grugan’s 7th minute goal sent his side towards an early seven point lead. […]
SIXTY minutes of hurling. That’s all that lies between Cushendall’s dream of bringing the Tommy Moore Cup to Antrim.