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€10,500

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8 hours ago

Crosshaven AFC

Crosshaven 15s travelled to Balincollig this morning. The blues started fast and really got after a Balincollig who really fancied themselves and who are in great form. What Balincollig forgot was Crosshaven are unbeaten in the last 6 games. Goal number one came after Mark Lynch showed great bravery to go after a ball he was never going to win the keeper paniced and kicked it straight to Padraig Murphy who finished brillantly. 1-0 at half time, 15 mins in to second half Balincollig started to play and scored a great goal. Back came Crosshaven, battling for every ball, winning 60-40s and finally a chance came. Mark Lynch through himself in to a tackle that he was never supposed to win but Mark suprised us all again and won a crucial free kick. Padraig Murphy stepped over the free kick and absolutely buried it. Some late chances for Balincollig late on but the blues stepped up to everything thrown at them. A very, very proud manager Cían Kingston walked off the pitch at full time praising every single one of his players.
A massive 3 points which will see Crosshaven sit at the top of the table for the weekend. Brillant win brillant 3 points.
Final Score:
Balincollig 1-2 Crosshaven.
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13 hours ago

Crosshaven AFC

The 13's picked up a fantastic point away from home against Fermoy this morning on a heavy pitch. The lads were unlucky not to claim all three points but the performance, attitude, shape, football was excellent.
Jack Forde went close as early as the first minute as Crosshaven started with a strong wind behind them. Rhys Kelly Noonan & Fionn Mansfield also went close but despite Crosshavens dominance it was 0-0 at half time. The second half was always going to be a sterner test but the backline of Jim White, Ashton Hourican, Thomas O'Mahony & Sean Canty stood firm. Crosshaven opened the scoring when Shay Murphy played a wonderful through ball to Rhys who raced in on goal & finished superbly. With 15 remaining Fermoy were level with Crosshaven failing to clear their lines from a corner. Not to be out done Crosshaven went up the other end and scored from a corner when Shay Murphy's kick somehow ended up in the net. Hearts were broken in the last minute though when Fermoy, who to their credit never gave up rallied to equalise. Best for Crosshaven were Jim White (MoM), Thomas O'Mahony, Ashton Hourican, Eamon O'Dywer & Fionn Mansfield.
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14 hours ago

Crosshaven AFC

All over in Camden juniors lose 4-3 to passage ... See MoreSee Less

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15 hours ago

Crosshaven AFC

Passage add a 4th with a penalty ... See MoreSee Less

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15 hours ago

Crosshaven AFC

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Welcome to Crosshaven AFC

Founded  by the British Army Garison who were based in Fort Camden. The club held its first AGM on Tuesday 13th September 1898 in Camden, and although the club has had various homes around the village of Crosshaven including Church Bay Road, Graball Bay and more famously “the Bog”, Crosshaven AFC finally returned to Camden in the 1980’s, where the club has remained ever since.

Membership

Membership for the 2018/2019 season is now due. Membership for the club is important to purchase equipment, pay insurance, pay affiliation fees, lighting, heating etc etc. Payment this year is via the online platform only. Click on the link below for full details.