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Dublin: 12 °C Monday 10 August, 2020

Crossmaglen defeat Kilcoo to lift Ulster title

Early goals from Oisín McConville and Aaron Kernan helped the Armagh side secure victory.

Kyle Carragher and Tony Kernan of Crossmaglen celebrate at the end of the game.
Kyle Carragher and Tony Kernan of Crossmaglen celebrate at the end of the game.

CROSSMAGLEN SECURED A comprehensive 3-09 to 1-09 win over Kilcoo at the Athletic Grounds earlier today, winning the Ulster Club Senior Football Championship for the third successive time in the process.

A penalty from Oisín McConville and an Aaron Kernan goal gave the Armagh side a healthy lead after only four minutes.

Anthony Devlin then got a goal back for Kilcoo in the second half, as his side threatened a comeback, having been nine points down at half-time.

However, despite finishing the game with only 13 men following the sendings off of Michael McNamee and Jamie Clarke, Crossmaglen effectively sealed their victory late on, thanks to a Kyle Brennan goal.

Today’s success means that Crossmaglen have won six of the last seven Ulster titles, and the club are now set to face St. Brigid’s in the All-Ireland semi-final.

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