Crossmaglen Rangers will bid to make it a fifth Armagh senior football championship final in-a-row tonight (Friday) when they take on Maghery at the Athletic Grounds (7.30pm).
The clash is a repeat of the 2020 decider which saw Maghery edging out the Orchard County’s kingpins after an epic that ended 4-9 to 0-17 in their favour.
Cross’ also lost out in last year’s decider to Clann Eireann (2-12 to 0-16) and are 60 minutes away from returning to the same stage as they gun for a 46th Gerry Fagan Cup success.
Sunday’s other semi-final sees Granemore taking on Killeavy at the same venue with throw-in scheduled for 2pm.
JFC FINAL@LissummonGFC v @derrynoosegac— Armagh_GAA (@Armagh_GAA) October 6, 2022
SFC SEMI-FINALS@crossrangers v @MagheryGAC @GranemoreGFC v @KilleavyGAA
SHC SEMI-FINAL (REPLAY)
Keady Red Hands v @CuchulainnsArma
📺3 LIVE games on Armagh TV: 👉https://t.co/W45rrPUc86
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