Development

Crosshaven AFC has achieved Planning Permission from Cork County Council to convert their lower playing pitch at Camden from grass to artificial turf. This new all weather playing surface will greatly facilitate the capacity of the Club to provide coaching and games for their 350 members – mostly comprising underage players between 7 and 18 years of age. The new pitch will be to the best of modern standards and will be suitable for hosting competitive underage and adult club matches. The value of the project to the local community was recognised nationally by the awarding of a €125,000 Sports Capital Grant last November. The Club is gathering the necessary additional funding via its weekly lotto draw. There will also be some headline fundraising activities to support the pitch development in 2018. All things being equal, the Club plans to break ground on the new pitch in early October with a view to being ready for schoolboys and schoolgirls league matches in the new season of Spring 2019.

 

 

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1 day ago

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2 days ago

Crosshaven AFC

The U16'S Premier left Mallow very disappointed this morning after a Jekyll and Hyde performance. Going forward Crosshaven were like Barcelona while it was a day to forget defensively. Fifteen minutes in it was 2-2. Lee Davies and Josh McCarthy cancelling out Mallows two early goals. For the next 30 minutes Crosshaven pushed the self destruct button to find themselves 6-2 down & that was with Charlie Foley making two great saves. Josh McCarthy made it 6-3 with 30 minutes to go before Patrick Cotter was bundled over in the area for a penalty. The normally reliable Rory O'Sullivan stepped forward but his kick cleared the crossbar. With fifteen remaining Ethan Berkery Kelly volleyed home a fourth for Crosshaven after a super flick from Zach Murphy. Crosshaven had a chance to make it 6-5 again from the penalty spot after Zach was floored. Lee Davies stepped up & found the bottom corner only for the ref to order a retake for encroachment🙄. Lee hit the crossbar with the retake. Zach had a goal this allowed & Diego Campos forced the keeper into a fine stop but Crosshaven ran out of time. Lots of positives but also loads to work on. Best for Crosshaven were Josh McCarthy, Patrick Cotter, Zach Murphy & Ronan O'Donoughue.
The team and coaches would like to extend our condolences to Lee Davies & his family following the passing of his grandfather this morning.
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2 days ago

Crosshaven AFC

Crosshaven's U15s continued their fine run of form with a 5-0 home win on Saturday morning. Visitors Park United were under the kosh from the off as Crosser played a possession and passing game, which demonstrated their confidence nearing the end of what has been a strong season. A brace of goals each from Padraig Murphy and Liam Connolly, with another from the penalty spot clinically put away by Mark Lynch, was the minimum return that Crosshaven deserved in such a one sided contest. Despite the early loss of Captain Liam Cotter to injury, Ryan Mc Cann and Killian Twomey dealt comfortably with the few threats posed by Park. Goalkeeper Charlie Foley kept another clean sheet in his usual style. Full backs Cillian Deane and Michael Nugent saw plenty of ball and put it to good use. Niall Deane, Dylan O'Callaghan and Conor Lillis all had good games in midfield, as did striker Jake Russell who forced some good saves from the keeper, who was Park's man of the match. The lads are finishing the season strongly and will likely end up in the top three of Division One, which is no mean feat. The lads still have the chance to lift some silverware in the cup run in the weeks ahead, with everyone hoping that Captain Liam's ankle recovers and the run of good form can continue. ... See MoreSee Less

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3 days ago

Crosshaven AFC

A massive home victory over St Mary's this afternoon in Camden saw the U13's finally exit the relegation zone. Crosshaven dominated most of the first half but were denied time & time again by a fantastic performance from the Marys keeper. The second half saw more of the same & at 0-0 Marys were denied a penalty as well as a certain goal after a brilliant finger tip save from Oisin Doran Noonan. With 15 minutes remaining Crosshaven finally got their reward when Alex O'Connell headed home Shay Murphy's corner. Alex would go on to complete a fantastic hat trick with two more sublime finishes before full time & was a clear MoM. Best for Crosshaven were JP Curtin, Sean Canty, Oisin Doran Noonan & Jim White.
Team: Oisin Doran Noonan, Sean Canty, Shay Murphy, Jim White, Thomas O'Mahony (Ashton Hourican), Rory Deane, Daniel Callanan, Alex O'Connell (Rian Coleman), Jp Curtin, Fionn Mansfield (c)(Luca Bogan), Rhys Kelly Noonan (Fionn O'Donovan).
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3 days ago

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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.