Colette McSorley wishes some of her younger team mates would sing less on the bus.
ARMAGH and Crossmaglen stalwart Tony Kernan won’t be hastened into any decision on his intercounty future. There has been speculation that Kernan has decided to step away from his Armagh duties ahead of the 2017 season. When contacted yesterday, Kernan said he was taking a break after the club season and that it would be […]
Find out which Armagh players won’t leave the dressing room till the quiff is just right.
KEVIN Cassidy believes that Slaughtneil could be the new Crossmaglen as the Derry side enjoys yet another spectacular year.
ANYBODY writing-off Maghery’s chances of making an impact in Ulster on account of the club being first-timers should really reassess their position. The Sean McDermott’s made history two weeks ago when they lifted the Gerry Fagan Cup for the first time after their victory over Cullyhanna in the Armagh final. Champagne was sprayed, the team […]
John Hughes has massive respect for Crossmaglen’s achievements.
Crossmaglen’s shock defeat to Cullyhanna saw plenty of reaction on Twitter.
“TRY and play with the slope in the first half,” was a phrase often passed by manager to captain
IT’S a new look Crossmaglen but the same old story is expected.
THE Central Hearings Committee has opted against punishing Crossmaglen following their All-Ireland semi-final defeat to Castlebar Mitchel’s.