6th March 2017, Annabella Monaghan passed away peacefully at hospital.
6th March 2017, Helen Taylor passed away suddenly. Helen, loving wife of the late Bertie, Derrywilligan Road, Bessbrook, dearest mother of Roy, Barbara and Alison, mother-in-law to Ann, Jim and Michael and loving grandmother of Elspeth, Eve, Helen, Scott, Andrew and Jenny.
7th March 2017, Brendan McParland passed away at Royal Victoria Hospital surrounded by his loving family. Brendan dearly beloved husband of Pauline and cherished father of Damian, Ruth, Tim and Manus, 27 Damolly Village.
5th March 2017, P.D.H. (Dougie) Simms passed away, formerly of Newry, loving husband of the late Hazel and dearest father of Helen, Ian and Alison, father-in-law of Alan, Jackie and Colin and loving grandfather.
6th March 2017, Philomena McNamee passed away peacefully at home and is reposing at her home The Bakery, Crossmaglen.
"Absent from the body, present with The Lord"
4th March 2017, Margaret Hall passed away peacefully at Wood Lodge Nursing Home, Castlewellan.
On Saturday night past the club hosted the annual awards dinner. It was a night that celebrated the achievements both on and off the field of play. Guest speakers on the night were Jack Deveny from the County board committee and Armagh and Crossmaglen legend Oisin McConville.
Both men spoke highly of the club and the importance of the community and how they are the backbone to the successes of a wonderful club. Oisin also spoke about how as individuals we can achieve the targets we set, he touched on his own club and how their success for years at club level is and will always be of the hard work put in by the members, and how every member within the club is held with the highest of esteem no matter their role.
"What is required is genuine power sharing and partnership with Republicans, based on equality and respect and mutual respect for our Irish national identity."