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A monumental effort from the U15's in their final League game of the season saw the lads move to the top of Div 1. The way this League has shaped up Crosshaven could finish 1st or 4th its so tight but the lads knew nothing short of a win tonight away in Mallow would do. With a full squad available Diego Campos was the preferred striker & he justified the decision volleying home after excellent work from Ethan Berkery Kelly. Crosshaven forced a few corners, Lee Davies went close before Mallow hit back scoring direct from a free-kick on 20 minutes. Playing up the hill Crosshaven held on until half time & regrouped. The second half display was nothing short of phenomenal. The effort that the players put in & the sheer will to win was incredible. A scorching run from Lee Davies saw him set up Patrick Cotter for Crosshaven's second. The work rate to protect that lead saw several players pull up with cramp. Zach Murphy was lost to injury while Adam Welch was also forced off to be replaced by the experienced Christian Byrne. Mallow struck the crossbar with 15 minutes to go but in truth that was their only chance & with just minutes remaining Crosshaven were home & dry. Patrick Cotter with a double, poking home from close range to make it a final score of Mallow 1 Crosshaven 3. The victory was Crosshavens 4th away win on the trot & sends the 15's top of Div1. All they need now is a bit of good fortune to stay there. Whatever happens it's been an incredible season. ... See MoreSee Less

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7 A Side Tournament in aid of the Mercy Hospital

7 A Side Tournament in aid of the Mercy Hospital

After a very successful tournament in 2017, we are back!!! This year funds raised will go to the ICU in the Mercy Hospital. To enter your team please contact Daniel 083 0315551. The date for this years tournament is Saturday 28th...

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Summer Camp 2018

Summer Camp 2018

We are delighted to announce dates for our Summer Camp which will run 10th-13th July. Prices to be 1 for €75, 2 for €140, 3 for €190. (Each kid to get gear). Stay in touch with us via facebook and our website for online...

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120 Years Celebrations

120 Years Celebrations

Today we launched our 120 years Celebrations with an action packed summer ahead. Firstly we announced a date of Friday 10th of August for everyone to keep free in their diary as we will be announcing a special event for that date which we hope will bring young, old,...

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Juniors back to winning ways

Juniors back to winning ways

Juniors faced Everton AFC Cork in very wet conditions tis morning. We got off to a great start with superb play from Greg O Callaghan and Gavin to put the ball across the box for Jay to tuck it away. The lads kept cool for a few mins but a rush of blood to the head in...

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U9 Galacticos

U9 Galacticos

The Crosshaven Under 9 Galacticos travelled West to Lakewood for our first game of the season and came away winning 3 out of 4 matches. Thanks to Lakewood for hosting us. The Crosshaven coaches were under pressure with crowd singing "“Sack In The Morning, You’ll Get...

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Membership

Membership for the 2017/2018 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.

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.

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