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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17 hours ago

Crosshaven AFC

The U17’s had another 2-2 result today but today’s draw felt like a win.
Crosshaven had countless half chances in the opening period but failed to capitalise. In fairness though some of the play was very easy on the eye. David Daly went closest but his hooked shot was just kept out. A breakaway goal just before half time gave Rockmount a 1-0 lead.
Within a minute of the second half Crosshaven were level. Good work in defence by Adam Welch & Evan Harris O’Leary allowed Owen Merchant the time and space to play a wonderful cross field pass to Patrick Cotter who superbly volleyed home the equaliser. As Crosshaven started to dominate they were dealt a major blow as Owen Merchant harshly picked up a second yellow leaving Crosshaven with ten men for the final 35 minutes. An Adam Welch og restored Rockmounts lead & ten men Crosshaven had it all to do. This team though has a never say die attitude & when Evan played Ethan Berkery Kelly through he crossed beautifully for Patrick to volley home the equaliser. Crosshaven held out for the final fifteen minutes with hard work, good goalkeeping & last ditch challenges for a deserved point. Monster result away from home.
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18 hours ago

Crosshaven AFC

The U14’s were unlucky to bow out of the National Cup away to Leeds this morning. It finished 2-0 but it was 0-0 with twenty minutes to go & nothing between the teams. Jack Forde & Shay Murphy had good chances before Leeds picked the lads off. Crosshaven had good performances from Óisin Murphy, Óisin Scully, Ashton Hourican, Jim White & Sam Dorney. ... See MoreSee Less

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18 hours ago

Crosshaven AFC

Under 10s took on Wilton today and came away with 3 out of 4 wins. Great day out for the lads who played some great football and scored some great goals.

Team 1 : Dan, George, Thomas, Cormac, Nicholas, Jake, Kyle, Byron and Jack.

Team 2 : Max, Billy, Oisin, Eoin, Olly, Theo, Sean, Fionan and Blake.
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2 days ago

Crosshaven AFC

Well done to the U11’s who put in a super performance this evening away to Springfield Ramblers in Cobh. ... See MoreSee Less

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2 days ago

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Full time in Camden Crosshaven 2 Leeside 2 ... See MoreSee Less

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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.