Mayfield United AFC Sad news this morning when we heard of the passing yesterday of Finbarr "Rocky" O'Donovan father of one of our coac…
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CR Coaching

July 01, 2020

Congratulations to Senior Manager Craig Robinson (CR Coaching) who is 2 years in business today.

For anyone interested in training plans / 1 to 1 coaching and much more please see link - CR Coaching Facebook

MSL Kick-Off Date And Important Info Season 2020/21

July 01, 2020

The Munster Senior League have announced that the season 20/21 is scheduled to kick-off on the 14th/15th/16th of August. 
For more details, please check the Munster Senior League website and the links - Season Start Date & Safe Return To Football

COV19 Update - Phase 3

June 20, 2020

The government has announced that all sporting activity in the Republic of Ireland can resume from 29th of June. 

For further information please see links below.

We will have further updates in the coming weeks.

New Lord Mayor of Cork

June 20, 2020

Congratulations to councilor Joe Kavanagh on his election to the honored position of Lord Mayor of Cork on Friday 12th of June. Joe has been a coach, member, supporter and friend to Mayfield United for many many years. We wish him the best of luck with his new position.

FAI Safer Return To Training Protocol

June 12, 2020

The Safer Return to Train Document.

Please read carefully and observe all the advice contained in the protocols

The FAI Safer Return to Training Protocol, and supporting documents, are all available to download here

All queries should be directed to

Pathway To A Return To Training!

June 10, 2020

Hi Everyone, 

The FAI have provided an update regarding a 'pathway to a return to training from then 15th of June.

Cov19 News Updates

May 02, 2020

The Government yesterday set out its road map on easing the Covid-19 restrictions.

The plan sets out five stages for unlocking restrictions, at three-week intervals.

From next Tuesday 5 May, people over 70 who have been cocooning can go outside their homes if they avoid all contact with other people.

The 2km limit on travel that is currently in place for exercise for the general population is to be extended to 5km.

The road map will kick in on 18 May and here's what is scheduled to happen in each stage:

Phase One (18 May)

Outdoor workers like builders and gardeners will be able to return to work.

Some retail outlets - such as garden centres, hardware stores, electrical stores, homewares and repair shops - will reopen at this point.

Some outdoor sporting activities, in small groups with a maximum of four people, will also be allowed.

Outdoor public sports amenities such as football and rugby pitches, tennis courts and golf courses will be reopened where social distancing can be maintained.

Outdoor public amenities and tourism sites where people are "non-stationary" and can maintain social distancing.

It will also be possible to meet up to four friends and family from other households outdoors while maintaining strict social distancing.


Phase Two (8 June)

Workers that can maintain a two-metre distance from colleagues constantly will be allowed to return to work.

Remote working will be maintained for all those who can do so.

Small retail outlets with small number of staff will be allowed reopen on the basis that the retailer can control the number of individuals that staff and customers interact with at any one time.

Livestock marts where social distancing can be maintained will be reopened.

Restrictions on exercise will be extended from within 5km of your home to 20km.

Specific retail hours will be designated across all retailers for people who are cocooning. Visits to the homes of those who are cocooning will also be permitted where they involve a small number of people for a short period of time using personal protective equipment and observing social distancing.

Up to four people will be allowed visit other households for a "short period" while maintaining social distancing.

Public libraries will be reopened with limited numbers.

People will be permitted to engage in outdoor sporting and fitness activities, involving small group team sports training (but not matches) where social distancing can be maintained and where there is no contact.



Phase Three (29 June)

Organizations where employees have low levels of daily interaction with people and where social distancing can be maintained will be allowed reopen.

Crèches, childminders and preschools will reopen for children of essential workers in phased manner with social distancing and other requirements applying.

Phase in the opening of all other non-essential retail outlets on basis of restriction on the number of staff and customers per square metre so that social distancing can be maintained.

This is to be limited to retail outlets with street-level entrance and exit, for example those which are not in enclosed shopping centers, due to higher risk.

Open playgrounds where social distancing and hygiene can be maintained.

Permit "behind closed doors" sporting activities events where arrangements are in place to enable participants to maintain social distancing.

Open cafés and restaurants providing on-premises food and drink where they can comply with social distancing measures and strict cleaning in operation.


Phase Four (20 July)

Commence loosening restrictions on higher-risk services like hairdressers and barbers that involve direct physical contact for periods of time between people and for which there is a population-wide demand.

At this point, travel outside of your region will be permitted.

Slightly larger number of people may visit another household for a short period of time while maintaining social distancing.

Small social gatherings by family and close friends limited to a maximum number of attendees for a limited period of time where social distancing can be maintained. For example this will cover small weddings and baptisms.

Small social (non-family) gatherings will be allowed, limited to a maximum number of participants for a limited period where social distancing can be maintained.

Re-opening of crèches, childminders and preschools for children of all other workers on a gradually increasing phased basis (for example one day per week) and slowly increasing thereafter.

Organisations where employees cannot remote work to be considered first for return to onsite working arrangements.

It is suggested that staggered hours should be operated to increase the number of workers available for work in any 24-hour period, as long as they can limit the number of workers interacting with each other.

Museums, art galleries, and other cultural outlets where people are non-stationary, social distancing can be maintained and strict hand hygiene on entry.

Religious and places of worship where social distancing can be maintained will be re-opened.

Permit sports team leagues (for example football and GAA), but only where limitations are placed on the numbers of spectators and where social distancing can be maintained.

Re-open public swimming pools where effective cleaning can be carried out and social distancing can be maintained.

Re-opening of hotels, hostels, caravan parks, holiday parks for social and tourist activities initially on a limited occupancy basis (or number of people per square metre) and then increasing over time (and where social distancing is complied with). Hotel bars will remain closed.


Phase Five (10 August)

This stage will see the lifting of almost all restrictions. However, "large social gatherings" such as large weddings will continue to be restricted due to risk.

Pubs, bars, nightclubs and casinos, will be reopened where social distancing and strict cleaning can be complied with.

Visiting rules for hospitals, residential healthcare centre and other residential settings, including prisons, will return to normal.

Opening of enclosed shopping centres where social distancing can be maintained.

Further loosening of restrictions on services involving direct physical contact for periods of time between people for which there is not a population-wide demand (such as tattooing and piercing).

Theatres and cinemas will re-open where social distancing can be maintained.

Sports that involve close physical contact, like rugby, boxing and wrestling, will resume.

Gyms, exercise, dance studios and sports clubs will be allowed reopen where regular and effective cleaning can be carried out and social distancing can be maintained.

Spectator sporting events which involve mass gatherings will be allowed resume in accordance with both indoor and outdoor numbers restrictions and where social distancing can be complied with.

Indoor recreational venues, such as roller-skating rinks, bowling alleys and bingo halls, will be allowed reopen where numbers can be limited, cleaning can be maintained, restrictions where social distancing can be complied with.

Festivals, events and other social and cultural mass gatherings will be allowed take place in accordance with both indoor and outdoor numbers and where social distancing can be complied with.

Schools and universities will return at the beginning of the 2020/2021 academic year.

CR Coaching Easter Skills Competition!

May 02, 2020

Massive congratulations to Evan Costello on winning the CR Coaching Easter skills competition.

Fantastic achievement. Thanks to everyone who voted for him on both Facebook and Instagram.

Special thanks to Craig Robinson of CR Coaching for organizing a fantastic event for people to pass the time and keep active in the current climate.
A lot of thought and effort put into it. Well done Craig.
Hopefully it won't be too long before we see those skills on the football field again Evan! 💚🖤

CR Coaching Easter Skills School

April 07, 2020

COMPETITION starts today Monday the 6th of April. Players will to do various skills shown by CR Coaching over the two Easter weeks and send in their videos. It will be a table system, so for each video sent in the player will get points and the player at the top of the table wins.

ENTRY - please contact Craig on 0872818889 /

Points Information:
Beginner skill/ball mastery gets 5 points.
Advanced skill/ball mastery gets 10 points.

The prizes are as follows:
* 1-1 session with CR Coaching
* A session with their team with George O Callaghan
* 4 weeks online training for a parent from Jerry Lynch Personal Training centre
* Adidas 1/4 zip form Cork Clothing
* CR Coaching jersey & shorts
* A sports recovery session for 2 people from Sports Injury and Recovery Centre Cork
* A technical positional assessment with highlights video from Pro Scout 3
* Cork City family pass
* Cobh Ramblers family pass
* 2 pizza & 2 Heineken from Burnt
* Dessert voucher from Swoon for the family
* Cut & Blowdry voucher from Onyx Hair Lounge
* 12 day Educo gym voucher worth €199
* EM Fitness & Nutrition Class Pass
* Bottomless brunch for 2 from Dwyers of Cork
* €100 SuperValu Voucher sponsored by Murray’s SuperValu Mayfield


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