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Crossmaglen crash out of Armagh championship for the second year in-a-row

The former Armagh kingpins also failed at this stage last year.

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SIX-TIME ALL-Ireland champions Crossmaglen Rangers have crashed out of the Armagh SFC championship for the second consecutive year, following a three-point defeat to Maghery in the semi-final.

Crossmaglen also failed at this hurdle last year, after they suffered a shock defeat to St Patrick’s Cullyhanna in what was just their second county championship defeat in 20 years.

Reigning champions Maghery will progress to meet Armagh Harps in the final.

Prior to last year’s semi-final exit, Crossmaglen had collected six county titles on the bounce.


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