History on the line for Cross camogs

By Shaun Casey IT’S 20 years since a camogie team from Crossmaglen lined out on All-Ireland final day, but this Saturday in Abbostown, the Rangers will once again compete for All-Ireland glory. Back in 2003, the black and amber camogs overcame Drumcullen of Offaly to claim the Phil McBride Cup in the inaugural year of […]

Crossmaglen girls enjoying the journey

By Shaun Casey THERE’S a rich history and tradition attached to the famed black and amber jersey of Crossmaglen that the football team has created and maintained over the course of the last three decades, but now it’s the camogs that are strutting their stuff on the national stage. Paul Monaghan’s side conquered Ulster in […]

Cross focus on their own game

By Michael McMullan TWELVE months after a league reshuffle saw Crossmaglen down to the intermediate camogie ranks; they have the Armagh title in the bank and are an hour away from more silver. They take on Cavan side Kill on Saturday (Castleblayney, 2pm) with an Ulster title up for grabs and Ríona McConville sums up […]