Junior / Youths Awards Night 2015

Pics of the Junior / Youths Award Night can be found here

Under 17 award winners include Evan Coughlan, Stephen Mellerick and Ryan O Connell

Jamie Minihane won the Evan Kidney Memorial Trophy for his outstanding contribution to four teams this year. Jamie played with the 18s, 19s, and he also played with the two junior teams when they needed him. He came off the pitch one day in Lehenaghmore after playing with the juniors and went straight to Kanturk on the bus to play with the 19s who were short on the day. He has had a great season and is most deserving of this award. Well done Jamie.


Cork Schoolboys League Administrator of the year 2015

On Behalf of everyone at Greenwood we would like to congratulate Norma Kerins for winning the Cork schoolboys league Administrator of the year 2015.
Well deserved.


Golf Classic Presentation

Pics of Presentation of Golf Classic Prizes can be found here


U12s Play Half Time in Cobh Mach

Pics of U12s playing at Half Time in Cobh vs Finn Harps Match here


Congratulations to Our Hon Secretary Norma Kerins

On Behalf of everyone in Greenwood Football Club we would like to Congratulate our Hon. Secretary Norma Kerins for her Nomination as the Cork Schoolboys League Administrator of the Year for season 2014/15.

The Work Norma does for our club is second to none and now it is being recognised from the Schoolboys league for whom she is our club Representative. Fantastic Achievement.

norma kerins

Greenwood FC Golf Classic 2015

Greenwood Football Club annual golf classic will be taking place in Mahon Golf Club on Saturday 23rd. Tee Times is between 11am and 3pm. There still some times available Contact Kieran Mc Coy or any Club Committee Member for slot.

Team of 3 €150.00 including meal.

U14 Local Cup Greenwood 3 Ringmahon 2 AET

Fantastic performance tonight by Dan Mc Carthy and his team with an injury time goal in extra time to win the Cup

Pics here


U14 Local Cup Final

Greenwood V Ringmahon Rangers
Turners Cross Tonight at 7.30.
Please come and support the lads. Make sure you wear your Club colours.

U14 local cup semi-final Greenwood 4 Corinthian boys 2

Last Thursday night before a large attendance we met the newly crowned league champions Corinthians. On a perfect night for football both teams started at a pace that was to be kept up for the 70 minutes. We created a few half chances before Oran Daly expertly converted a cross from the left. Corinthians continued to look menacing and Fionn Barrett had to save smartly on a couple of occasions.ht 1-0.

10 mins into the 2nd half Ethan Varian was taken down in the box and the penalty was converted by Oran. Corinthians came roaring back and pulled a goal back after a goalmouth scramble. The game continued to ebb and flow but we regained our 2 goal advantage with the excellent Shane Barrett converting at the far post from an Adam Grainger cross. Back came Corinthians with another goal from a free to leave the stage open for Ethan Varian to calmly convert our fourth with a few minutes to go to ease tensions in Coffey's.

Corinthians have won the double the last two years and were going for an impressive treble and we had to play out of our skins to beat them in a match played hard and fair with both teams giving their all in a very sporting game.

We now play the cup final next Wednesday night in turners cross ko.7.30. All Greenwood support would be very welcome where we face an excellent Ringmahon team.


U16 Greenwood 1 Carrigtwohill 1

Under 16 team drew 1-1 with Carrigtwohill at a very windy Coffeys Field this morning. A win was essential to stand any chance of winning the league. We took the lead with a great volley from Dylan Hayes. We were missing a number of key players including Captain Reece Donovan and Vice Captain David Mullins, the latter through injury. Jonathan Keeffe and Ryan Barrett put picked up knocks during the game and had to be taken off. We held the lead until 10 minutes to go.

Carrigtwohill won the league. We finished runner up and unbeaten for the entire league with a return of 10 wins and four draws. The team has now earned promotion two years running. A great season even if a disappointing end.



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