Cross through to semi-final

Crossmaglen 3-11 – 1-7 St Eunan's
Published Sunday, 11 November 2012
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Crossmaglen Rangers booked their place in next week's Ulster Club Championship semi-final after easing past St Eunan's Letterkenny in Sunday's last eight clash at the Athletic Grounds.

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Cross's 10 points victory has earned them a meeting with Tyrone side Errigal Ciaran next Sunday as they continue their defence of the All Ireland title

Kyle Carragher's goal helped Cross into a three points lead but the Donegal champions hit back to level before five unanswered points gave the Armagh side the initiative at the break.

John Haran's scored a goal for St Eunan's as they hinted a comeback but their chances were dashed when they were reduced to 14 men when Mark McGowan was shown a red card.

Aaron Kernan and Carragher, with his second of the day took advantage as they added further goals for Cross to secure a comfortable win.

St Gall's of Antrim will meet Down champions Kilcoo in Sunday's other semi final tie.

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