Under 14 County B1 Champions
Under 12 Hurling Winners of their League
Under 11 Footballers John Kerins Sheild Winners 2019
Unable to display Facebook posts.
Please refer to our Error Message Reference.
Juvenile Elected Club Committee 2020
Chairman – Rory Mc Grath
Vice Chairman – Danny Buckley
Secretary – Padraig Kelly – Finn O Boyle
Treasurer – Ronan Cogan
Pro – Ray Ryan
Register – Pat Murphy
School liaison Officer – Patrick o Donovan
Coaching officers – Pat Murphy & John Middleton
Child Welfare Officer – Katie Kelly Noonan
Board Delegates – Bernard Lynch
Club Shop – Fiona Middleton & Lorna o Callaghan
Registration for 2020 Season
If you have not Registered please do so as soon as possible this is important click on Link at top of this page.
Also Garda Vetting link at top right hand corner for all Coaches/Selectors & Mentors Involved with Under 18 age groups.
Return to Training in accordance with GAA Protocols
in preparation for return to play for underage & adult GAA players there are a number of important items that parents/players must ensure are in place before they can return to training.
1. Covid e-learning module (https://courses.gaa.ie/Covid19ClubEd/#/).
This is a 20 minute eLearning module providing information on roles and responsibilities for the safe resumption of Gaelic games activities. A parent of each underage child must complete this eLearning module and provide a screenshot or printout of the completion certificate to the Covid Supervisor for the relevant team before their child can be allowed to train.
2. Health questionnaire (See Userguide here: https://learning.gaa.ie/sites/default/files/Gaelic%20Games_Health%20Questionnaire_User%20Guide_22.06.2020.pdf)
A parent of each underage player participating in Gaelic Games must complete a Health Questionnaire, answering some basic health related questions, on behalf of their child, prior to the first occasion that they return to their club.
They must also re-confirm that their Health Status hasn’t changed on the day of each subsequent training session or other participation. This can also be completed online using the link above
Again this element is absolutely mandatory and the Covid Supervisor for each team will need to verify that each child’s health status has been submitted and re-confirmed ahead of each training session.
3. Club membership
Club Membership for each child must be up to date before the child can be allowed to return to play. Without this registration in place there is no insurance cover in player for the child’s participation. Please use www.clubforce.com to ensure that your child has been registered with the club for 2020.
4. Personal Gear
Please make sure that the child brings all their own gear to training and that they are clearly marked with the child’s name. In the current environment, the club will not be able to provide hurleys or helmets on loan. Note that every child participating in football must bring football gloves and gum shield. There will be no shared water bottles. Each child must bring their own labelled water bottle.
ALL OF THE ABOVE ALSO APPLIES TO OUR ADULT PLAYERS
Junior Football 2020
Junior A Football Championship 2020
Junior A Football League 2020
Round 2: 09/02/2020 Crosshaven vs Ballinhassig in Ballinhassig 11.30am
Under 21 B Football Championship
Round 2 : 08/02/2020 Diarmuid O Murchu’s vs Ballinhassig in Ballinhassig
Click here for full fixture list
Sat 12th Oct:
Under 11 Hurling Vs Passage @ Home 2pm
Under 16 Hurling Div 3 Shield Final Vs Cobh Home @ 3pm
Under 8/9/10 Football/Hurling :
Sat 12th Oct :
Under 9 Hurling Vs Mayfield @ Home 2pm
Under 10 Hurling Vs Delaney’s @ Home TBC
Under 11 Hurling : Crosshaven 4-4 Kilbrittan 5-5
Under 12 Hurling: Crosshaven 4-12 St Vincent’s 5-8
Under 13 Football : Crosshaven 2-6 Carrigaline 3-5
Click here for full results list
Welcome to the new Crosshaven GAA website. We hope you take the time to read through what is only a sample of the many events that are happening in the club. Crosshaven GAA Club aims to promote Gaelic Games in Crosshaven parish and is committed to the physical, social and personal development of all members. The Club policy is to encourage active participation by all players to achieve their potential in a structured, safe and disciplined environment. The overall aim is to create a community spirit for the benefit of all through committing Crosshaven GAA to excellence on and off the playing fields. This particular Newsletter is highlighting our new development, which will be used by all underage and adult members, in Hurling, Gaelic Football and Comogie club.
Junior B County Championship First Round – Crosshaven GAA v Araglen – Saturday 14th April At a windy Watergrasshill pitch, Crosshaven for the first time in a few years were back in the B County Championship and came away with a great win. In the first...read more
Club Committee 2018
County Board Delegates