Child Welfare Officer

Conal Wrigley works as the Designated Child Welfare Officer for Crosshaven AFC. Conal deals with all enquiries on child protection issues that parents, volunteers, coaches, players or committee members may have. Conal works as a psychologist with children on a daily basis and is trained and certified in all child protection and welfare rights such as the Children First Act and FAI child welfare officer policy. Previously, Conal worked for the ISPCC and Make a Wish foundation and has over five years of child welfare experience. If you have any concerns please feel free to contact Conal on or 087 6436572.

Crosshaven AFC aim to have all our coaches and anyone involved in the Club dealing with children to partake in the FAI Sport Ireland Safeguarding 1 Child Welfare & Protection Basic Awareness Workshop.


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Draw: 20/11/2017. Submitted: 2,7,12,35. There are no winners.
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Well done to Rhyss Kelly Noonan and Oisin Doran Noonan on being selected for the Cork team. Well done lads we are all proud of ye!!! ... See MoreSee Less

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U14 can hold there head up high after today performance away to Middleton in the cup. After finding themselves behind from a goal after 15 minutes and losing there centre back due to this. They did very well to battle back with great play from Padraig Murphy niall deane Liam Connelly help Derry Howard finish off a great move to score to make it 1 all. Into the second half Jake and Ryan were outstanding at the back while Cillian Deane and Adam Gumley played great football out from the back. Unfortunately today wasn't a win for the lads but yet again showing a never give up attitude and battling till the end. These lads are having a tough season but are working really hard and deserved a lot of credit for backing each other. Keep fighting lads. Hon the blue. March on together ... See MoreSee Less

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The U15 side visited Togher this morning for a clash with League leaders Everton at 10am. Crosshaven were determined to leave Coffey Field with all three points to kick start a promotion push as the team currently lie in fourth position. Any game against Everton tends to be a tough physical battle with today being no exception. A blinding start by Crosshaven saw them race into a 2-0 lead which they held up to half time. Lee Davies turned provider for the outstanding Diego Campos who raced through on both occasions to fire in two fantastic goals. The second half saw a much improved Everton side force their way back into the game drawing level with ten minutes remaining to set up a nervy ending. Crosshaven weren't finished though & when the question was asked they responded in style. Lee Davies chased a hopeless cause into the corner before providing a pin point cross for Zach Murphy to nod home the winner. The visctory was no more than Crosshaven deserved who at all times tried to play football. Special mention must go to Diego & Lee who were absolutely superb backed up by a resilient team to fire Crosshaven back into the reckoning. Just three defeats in 11 league games since promotion to Division 1. Very impressive stats from the 15's. ... See MoreSee Less

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