Crossmaglen management steps down

Crossmaglen management steps down

Tony McEntee and Gareth O'Neill have stepped down as joint managers of the Crossmaglen Rangers senior panel.

McEntee and O'Neill cited family commitments for their reasons to step down from the positions they took on in 2010.

During that period the club won three Armagh and Ulster titles and two All-Ireland crowns.

They were unbeaten until the All-Ireland semi-final loss to St. Brigid's of Roscommon last month.

Both men will continue to assist the club with underage coaching.

It is unclear who will succeed the duo as Crossmaglen bid to win their 41st Armagh county title later this year.

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