History Club Crest
In 1985 a Juvenile committee was set up to support the growing number of players in the club. Billy Carr, Mitch Grealish and Willie Henry decided to take two teams to see Liverpool play at Anfield. It was decide a Pendant would be needed so an official club Crest was required and Willie Henry was the man charged with the job of designing it. This resulted in the first club crest.
The first Crest contained an oak tree set in a chevron, under which a football was placed.
The chevron represented, and was copied from the Joyce family coat of arms, the Joyce family lived at Tara house in Mervue and was surrounded by a huge forest of oak trees, this is represented on the crest by the oak tree, which was also to signify strength. A football was set under this centrally for our connections to soccer. Sheila Gallagher of Woodquay produced the first club crest on a pendant and they were ready for the St Patrick\'s day 1986 trip to Liverpool.
The current club Crest was redesigned by Brian Finnerty to it\'s present form adding the year the club was founded in 1960.