Hall Of Fame

2006-2007 Hall Of Fame Winners – Awards Presented By Mr Ronnie Whelan (Liverpool & Ireland)

  • Donie Kelly (RIP)
  • Jerry Cremin
  • Christy Curtin

2007-2008 Hall Of Fame Winners – Awards Presented By CEO of the FAI Mr. John Delaney

  • Bill Condon (RIP)
  • Denis Meade
  • Dominic Meade
  • Jerry Meade

2008-2009 Hall Of Fame Winners – Awards presented by John Aldridge (Liverpool & Ireland)

  • Denis Collins
  • Gordon Forsythe
  • Bobby Buckley
  • Mick Murphy

2009-2010 Hall Of Fame Winners – Awards presented by MNS Pundit Roddy Collins

  • Sydney Venner
  • Donal Noonan
  • Billy Venner

2010-2011 Hall Of Fame Winners – Awards Presented By former Irish Keeper Packie Bonner

  • Bill Carter
  • Christy Gash
  • Eddie O’Donovan
  • Barry Collins

2011-2012 Hall Of Fame Winners – Awards Presented By former Irish International Ray Houghton

  • Billy Keating
  • Eddie Keating
  • Bobby Tambling
  • Matthew Byrne (Posthumous Award)

2012-2013 Hall of Fame Winners – Awards Presented By Former Irish International Kevin Kilbane

  • Jim Mulcahy
  • John Mulcahy
  • Peter Lee
  • Willie Lee
  • Michael Meade (Posthumous Award)

2013-2014 Hall of Fame Winners – Awards Presented By Chelsea Legend Bobby Tambling

  • Buzz O’Connell
  • Eoin O’Hea
  • Alan O’Driscoll
  • David O’Driscoll
  • Tommy Aherne (Posthumous Award)

2016-2017 Hall of Fame Winner

  • Marie O’Keeffe

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Match Report Under 10 Galacticos V Fermoy 16/9/2018


Hughie, Olly, William, Jimmy, Peter, Diarmuid, Theo, Max

6-4 first match, 3-0 second match

Daineal, Jake, Eldin, Sam, Fergus, Chris, Nicholas, Oscar

4-4 first match, 6-6 second match

Crosshaven welcomed Fermoy on Sunday with a bumper crowd in attendance, who witnessed the lads scoring 19 goals in some great games. Note this together with last week's games is more goals than both Liverpool and Chelsea have managed this season. With Pat under pressure from last week’s 3-2 loss to Castleview the players responded to his rallying call by winning both games for him. He knew it was his fault, sure he was 2-0 up at half time last week and then blamed the slope on the pitch for the defeat. Excuses, excuses….The committee have now issued a statement to the Press saying they have full confidence in Pat, for the moment, but the management feel nobody is safe, even the Chairman.

Fermoy were a tough well run outfit, bigger than any of the teams we have encountered so far, and the lads responded well to the challenge. Indeed we had to discourage some of the boys (*cough* Chris) from inflicting Roy Keane like revenge on the opposition at one point. Our under 9's contingent were excellent and thanks for coming Daineal, Nicholas, Olly, Jake and Theo. We hope you are enjoying the experience of playing with us. Even though it's only the second outing of the season the lads are starting to play some nice football, passing and playing it out from the back etc..Like Liverpool they have yet to click totally and when they do it will be some sight. Other notable highlights are Pat nearly being lynched for awarding a penalty to us, Oscar hitting the post at 4-4 to almost win the match and tears afterwards (chin up Oscar), Peter scoring by beating 4 players (as he said I didn't see it), Jake scoring with his back, Fergus issuing an ultimatum that he wouldn't play if he had to wear shin guards at the start, Olly and Theo working their magic, Nicholas defending his back 3, seeing the beginning of a serious defensive formation in Eldin, Sam and Fergus, also seeing William, Jimmy, Peter and Diarmuid working together with wonderful passing. Afterwards the boys expressed a little surprise at the physicality of the game, but were told to do their talking on the pitch by putting goals in the back of the net. Another lesson learned, they are all a great bunch of lads so roll on next week.
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