Privacy Policy

Crosshaven AFC (
May 2018

Crosshaven AFC ( is committed to protecting and safeguarding your personal data. As part of this commitment we have updated our privacy policy to meet the requirements of the new European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This privacy policy explains how and why we collect your personal data and how it is used and applies to all services offered by Crosshaven AFC (

In summary, Crosshaven AFC ( does not: collect more personal data than is necessary; use personal data for purposes other than those specified; keep personal data for longer than it is needed or share personal data with any unspecified third parties.

Collection and use of data

There is a feature on the website within which interested parties have the option to voluntarily input their details (name, company, phone and email), on the “Contact” page. Should interested parties choose to enter this detail, it will only be processed and used for administration purposes so Crosshaven AFC ( can contact and respond to the sender. This information will not be shared with any third parties and will not be retained for longer than necessary and only used for the purpose for which it is collected. We recognise that personal data may not be retained indefinitely.

Protection of the information

We adopt appropriate data collection, storage and processing practices and security measures to protect against unauthorised access, alteration, disclosure or destruction of third party personal information stored on our site.

Events and Photography

At events organised by Crosshaven AFC ( on behalf of members, delegates/attendees will be advised if/when there will be photography, video recording or livestreaming.

These materials may be used by Crosshaven AFC ( and included in publications, media materials, promotional materials, digital platforms and social platforms.

If people do not wish to appear in any images captured or recordings, they are advised to contact Crosshaven AFC ( who can then take appropriate steps to comply with their wishes.

Crosshaven AFC ( does not provide contact details, such as phone/email number, of individuals on the members list at events.

Web browser cookies

Our site may use “cookies” to enhance the user experience. Cookies are small text files that act as an identification card and they cannot be executed as code or deliver viruses. The use of cookies is an industry standard, their purpose merely being to record that you have visited or returned to that web page. Crosshaven AFC ( does not collect additional information such as age, gender, interests or bank details.

Changes to the privacy policy

We reserve the right to make changes to this privacy policy at any time. All changes will be updated here, on this page. The date of the latest review can be found at the end of this policy. We encourage users to frequently check this page for any changes.


If you require any further information on the Crosshaven AFC ( privacy policy, the practices of this site or your dealings with the site, please contact citing the reference privacy policy.

Membership and Online Lotto

Our Online payments for Membership and Online lotto are done through our partner My Club Finances. My Club Finances are Certified Data Protection Practitioners since 2014 and more recently have worked with external data protection experts and security consultants to ensure our process and policies are of the highest standards and in line with the new regulation. Addition la information on My Club Finances Privacy Policy and use of your data when using our membership payments and online lotto

23 May 2018

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6 hours ago

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There will be no selling of lottery tickets in the village this morning due to the inclement weather. Tickets can be purchased in Chish n' Fips, Buckley's, Fitzgibbons, Admiral Drake, and the Oar Bars. Thank you for your continued support. Crosshaven AFC. ... See MoreSee Less

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5 days ago

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Crosshaven U12s continued their winning run with a solid 2-1 away win to local younger rivals Carrigaline (U11 Premier) on Sunday. Missing a number of key players, Crosser started well and clearly enjoyed the higher speed of the game on the host's new all weather playing surface in Ballea. With Sam filling-in between the posts for the first time this season, the back line of David Jolly, Eoin and Conor D'Arcy were under a bit more pressure than usual. They need not have worried though, as Sam was outstanding throughout the game making great saves and distributing the ball very well. With David Cotter and Sean Canty pairing up in midfield for the first time, only the front three had the familiar look to it, with Harry McCann, Harry Jeffers and Benjamin leading the attack. As it happened, it was the front line, who were mis-firing for the team. A combination of the higher speed surface and some excellent Carrigaline defence, especially by their goalkeeper, resulted in chance after chance going a begging. Inevitably, Crosshaven were caught on a counter attack, with a clearance from a Crosshaven corner giving Carrigaline a break-out, which resulted in a very well taken goal and left the visitors trailing 1-0 at half time, against the run of play.

The second half brought a significant improvement in effort and application all round, as both teams were getting into what was now a very good match, with the large crowd of onlookers enjoying some great play in what was now very obviously a local derby. Crosshaven had the edge in terms of possession, but seemed destined to a frustrating afternoon, as the Carrigaline defence held firm. With Jack and Adam Jeffers arriving to make an impact up front, it was Harry Jeffers who got the equaliser - finishing off an excellent team move with his usual determination. Crosshaven were now well on top in midfield, but chances remained for both teams. It took the brilliant conversion of a free kick from the edge of the box by Sean to break the deadlock and give Crosser the lead their play had deserved. Sean's beautifully struck free around the wall hit the net before the goalkeeper had a chance to react - not easy given the reduced size of the U12 goals I can promise you. Lorcan and Adam Murphy came on from the bench to man the defences with Conor and an exciting last 10 minutes ensued. Both teams had chances, but it remained 2-1 to the final whistle.

The team's winning run continues and Sunday's game gives more miles on the clock to a fast maturing team. Local rivalries settled and a bullet avoided against an excellent younger team, Crosshaven's lads left Ballea with their honour intact. A great day's work. Well done to all.
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5 days ago

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Draw: 10/12/2018.
Submitted: 1,12,23,33.
There are no winners.
3 lucky dips
€50 David Purcell Ticket No.3103
€25 Emmet Canty Ticket No. 41143
€25 Karl Barry Ticket No. 42784
Thank you everyone for playing this week. Next weeks jackpot is €10,900
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1 week ago

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Junior game v park utd is off due to unplayable pitch. ... See MoreSee Less

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Membership for the 2016/2017 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.