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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3 days ago

Crosshaven AFC

Draw: 15/10/2018.
Submitted: 5,8,14,27.
There are no winners.
3 lucky dips
€50 Eileen Aherne Ticket No. 56587
€25 Matthew and Lily Doyle C/o Ann Lee Ticket No. 38538
€25 Mick McMahon Ticket No. 58033
Thank you everyone for playing this week next week jackpot is €10,100
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5 days ago

Crosshaven AFC

A severely depleted U13 team headed to league leaders Mallow Utd this morning & did themselves, their coaches, their club & parents proud. Crosshaven took an early lead when Billy Moore rifled home a left foot shot. Daniel Callanan was forced off injured minutes before a defensive mix up gifted Mallow a fortunate equaliser & ten minutes later the home side were ahead when Oisin was adjudged to have fouled in the area. Oisin received a blue card (ref forgot his yellow card!) for his troubles. Crosshavens never say die attitude shone through again & before half time they we're back on level terms. Rhys Kelly Noonan was fouled for the umpteenth time & this time Mallow were made pay. Shay Murphys free kick wonderfully volleyed home by Rory Deane. The second half saw Crosshaven pile on early pressure with Rhys extremely effective in a deeper role. The chances didn't materialised however & Crosshaven were ultimately made pay with the home side picking off 3 unanswered goals in the final ten minutes. 10/10 for effort, heart & spirit. Best for Crosshaven were Rhys Kelly Noonan (MoM), Sean Canty, Ashton Hourican, Tadgh Andrews & a special mention to two U12'S Sam Glossop & Benjamin Barry who stepped up to help out. ... See MoreSee Less

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7 days ago

Crosshaven AFC

We have 2 sets of 2 tickets to give away for Tuesday's game in the Aviva, Ireland vs Wales. Winners will be notified by 11am Saturday 13th Oct.

To Win all you have to do is name the goalkeeper in the graphic in the comment section below. Please like and share this post.

Is it..
a) Darren Rudolf
b) Darren Randolph
c) Darren Gandolf
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7 days ago

Crosshaven AFC

And the winners are... 1. Andrew Davies 2. Lorraine Mahon 3. Dave Lynch ... Please contact Stephen on 087 257 6749 to arrange collection of your tickets. Thanks to everyone who entered. ... See MoreSee Less

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7 days ago

Crosshaven AFC

We will now be announcing our winner of our Ireland v Denmark tickets at 11am this morning as to give the winners more time to arrange collection of tickets etc... Thank you for all the entries. ... 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.