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# Crossmaglen

Last month
November 2023
'Unbelievable good times' - Crossmaglen and Armagh great Kernan announces retirement
Aaron Kernan saw Crossmaglen lose out in Saturday’s Ulster quarter-final against Trillick.
This year
2023
'I would take Jamie back' - James Morgan tips Clarke for a return to Armagh colours
Crossmaglen veteran gains a different perspective of their incredible run as he recuperates from a series of injuries.
Armagh attempted murder: man drove for help after being shot in arm and neck
Four men have been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder.
PSNI officer hospitalised after police vehicle rammed in south Armagh
The vehicle, a red Hyundai i20, failed to stop and then drove into the police vehicle at speed.
Last year
2022
Former All-Ireland club winning captain takes over as Crossmaglen boss
Cunningham captained Crossmaglen Rangers to the All-Ireland title in 2000, defeating Na Fianna of Dublin in the final.
All time
Two PSNI officers injured as patrol car rammed by van near Crossmaglen
The police officers were exiting their vehicle when the van rammed their patrol car.
Gardaí issue fatal crash appeal on behalf of the PSNI
Michael Kirk died in a crash in August.
Cross title reign in Armagh and All-Ireland finalists back in Down decider
Maghery put four goals past Crossmaglen to deny them the three-in-a-row.
PSNI chief sorry for Christmas Day photo with armed officers in Crossmaglen
The photo, which Simon Byrne posted on Twitter, attracted considerable criticism.
'This is the stark reality': PSNI chief defends use of machine guns in Christmas Day tribute photo
The photograph, taken in Crossmaglen in Co Armagh, drew criticism yesterday.
PSNI chief criticised for posing beside officers armed with machine guns for 'Christmas message' from Crossmaglen
Both the SDLP and Sinn Féin have criticised the Christmas Day Twitter post.
'It's very disappointing' - Six-time All-Ireland club winners set to be without Armagh star
Jamie Clarke will not be available for Crossmaglen this season according to club team-mate Aaron Kernan.
The surreal reality of life in 'the most militarised area of western Europe'
TheJournal.ie visited Dromintee GAA club to hear locals’ concerns of a hard Brexit.
Four red cards as Crossmaglen battle past Coalisland in Ulster SFC
Rian O’Neill hit seven points for the Armagh champions.
New champions emerge, joyous scenes, mass brawl - 5 talking points after Sunday's club action
Castlerahan, Clonoulty-Rossmore, Naomh Eanna and Crossmaglen were some of the teams to lift titles yesterday.
The long winter wait for the All-Ireland club series and Dublin GAA grassroots problems
Aaron Kernan and Kevin Nolan are both part of the new GAA Club Players Association.
Man arrested as handball star remains in serious condition following hit-and-run incident
PSNI are appealing for witnesses to the incident, which occurred in Crossmaglen at 6.20am yesterday morning.
Six officers injured when police cars rammed after gardaí alerted PSNI to vehicle crossing border
Police are appealing for information following the two incidents.
'Top class', 'compelling', 'what a club' - praise pours in for Crossmaglen Rangers TV documentary
The documentary was broadcast last night on BBC Northern Ireland.
McEntee and McConville step down as Crossmaglen turn to ex All-Ireland winner as new boss
Gareth O’Neill is now in charge of the Armagh football giants.
Poll: Who do you think will win the All-Ireland senior club football title?
The semi-finals take place next Saturday.
Armagh set for life without star forward as Clarke is Stateside bound
The attacker is set to depart after Crossmaglen’s All-Ireland club campaign concludes.
Pictures: The PSNI just recovered an enormous stash of dodgy items
The store of counterfeit goods in Crossmaglen, Co Armagh, was set up with two viewing areas.
Jamie Clarke's brace leads Crossmaglen to a 17 point win for their 18th Armagh title in 19 years
Elsewhere in Ulster, St. Gall’s and Slaughtneil won county titles while Conor McManus’s Clontibret disposed of Kilcoo in the provincial championship.
Dromintee explain why they had players wearing jeans for THAT Armagh club match
Here’s the Dromintee side of a surreal story.
Crossmaglen won Armagh SFC game tonight against team with 3 players wearing jeans
We haven’t seen this before.
Suspicious object found in Crossmaglen
Police are at the scene and the stretch of road has been closed off.
Crossmaglen exit the Ulster club championship against Kilcoo
The reigning champions lost out in today’s quarter-final replay in the Athletic Grounds
Crossmaglen are Armagh senior champions for the 17th time in 18 years
There’s no stopping those lads.
Column: Our grassroots initiative shows high demand for a Border poll
The Good Friday Agreement contains a provision for an official Border poll if “sufficient demand” for one exists – so we decided to ask the residents of two electoral districts to have their say on the issue, writes Emma McArdle.
Armagh's Jamie Clarke is enjoying this travelling lark...
Check out his new pre-match meal.
Crossmaglen star Oisin McConville announces retirement from GAA
The player confirmed the news on Twitter earlier today, ending a 20-year playing career with the side.
Weekend Club GAA Talking Points
Here are some of the areas of debate that emerged from Saturday’s All-Ireland semi-final ties.
In Focus: Crossmaglen Rangers
The secret to the remarkable success of the Ulster GAA giants? It’s just all down to hard work according to the club’s officials.
Formal investigation into Cunningham racial abuse claims confirmed
Ulster GAA said they would base their analysis on the referee’s report from last Sunday’s Ulster final.
Crossmaglen and Kilcoo set up Ulster club SFC showdown
The Armagh champions will contest their tenth decider against a Down outfit who will feature in their first final.
One step from Croker... which clubs will be celebrating this weekend?
It’s down to the last four in the All-Ireland Senior Football Club championship this weekend. Here’s how Emmet Ryan reckons it will play out.
Man due in court over James Hughes shooting
The 32-year-old man who handed himself into Gardaí in Sunday will appear at Dundalk District Court this morning.
Crossmaglen in shock after player's death
James Hughes died in the early hours of Sunday morning in Dundalk shooting.
The Morning Score: Monday
Mixed fortunes for Irish sides in Europe, Roy’s on the brink (again) and we have some rare athletics success.