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 c.wrigley@ucc.ie 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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The U15’s bowed out of the Cup at the 1/4 final stage at home tonight to Midleton. The team was dealt a blow when both centre backs Adam Welch (illness) & Christian Byrne (groin) pulled out. Full back Ronan O’Donoughue & midfielder Josh McCarthy deputising in a reshuffle. On another night the U15’s could have had 6 goals but tonight at home to Midleton Lady Luck deserted them when it mattered in front of goal. Trailing after 90 seconds to a clearly offside goal Crosshaven pushed hard for an equaliser. Zach Murphy blasted wide before Rory O’Sullivan flashed a free kick inches wide. Minutes later Rory went even closer when another bullet free was somehow tipped onto the crossbar. Ethan Berkery Kelly then saw his shot on the rebound hooked off the line. A Lee Davies drive was also beaten away by the visiting keeper before Midleton broke to make it 2-0. Heartbreaking stuff. The first twenty minutes of the second half saw Crosshaven dominate. Diego Campos denied by the keeper as were Lee Davies & Patrick Cotter. Josh McCarthy had a shot cleared off the line before Diego chipped the keeper only to be denied by the crossbar. A third goal with ten minutes remaining killed off any Crosshaven hopes of a comeback and as the heads dropped Midleton scored again. The move of the match saw Diego play Lee up the wing but Padraig Murphy failed to convert at the back post. Just one of those nights. Credit to Midleton, they were clinical. Best for Crosshaven were Max Harvey, Conor Finn, Peter Lehane. Thanks to all who showed up to support. Best wishes to Midleton in the semi. ... See MoreSee Less

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Our Summer Camp dates are 10-13 July
Prices to be 1 for €75 2 for €140 3 for €190 (Gear included)

Keep an eye on facebook and crosshavenafc.ie for updates and registration link coming soon!
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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 July. ... See MoreSee Less

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Crosshaven AFC is celebrating 120 years since it's foundation. We are the oldest club in Cork and we want to invite you to a special celebration on Friday 10th August. More information to follow... ... See MoreSee Less

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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.