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Crossmaglen suffer only their second Armagh Championship defeat in 20 years

They lost by a point to St Patrick’s Cullyhanna.

CROSSMAGLEN RANGERS HAVE suffered a shock defeat to St Patrick’s Cullyhanna in the Armagh SFC semi-final.

The dominant force in Ulster football lost by a single point in a score of 1-15 to 0-17, after Cullyhanna snatched a goal in the dying seconds of the game.

Crossmaglen had won the last six titles before today’s loss, with two of those wins converting to All-Ireland success.

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