|? - ?||Naomh Adhamhnáin|
|1990s - 2000s||Donegal|
Mark Crossan is a former Gaelic footballer.
He is an All-Ireland winner with Donegal, one of three representatives from his club on the county panel that won the 1992 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship Final. He also won a Railway Cup with Ulster in 2000. He was also in the Ireland international rules football team in 2000. He made his Championship debut for Donegal against Armagh in 1993. With Donegal he also reached the All-Ireland semi-final in 2003. With his club he twice won the Donegal Senior Football Championship.
Since retiring from the game he does coaching.
- 1 All-Ireland Senior Football Championship (1992)
- 1 Ulster Senior Football Championship (1992)
- 1 Railway Cup (2000)
- 2 Donegal Senior Football Championships (1999, 2001)
- "Crossan and Toye back in for Donegal". Breaking News. 25 July 2003. Retrieved 25 July 2003.
- Crowe, Dermot (25 February 2007). "Former wild child wants football's natural high". Sunday Independent (Independent News & Media). Retrieved 25 February 2007.
- "All-Ireland Final Players". St. Eunan's website.
- "The heroes of '92 - Where are they now?". Donegal Democrat (Johnston Press). 8 January 2009. Retrieved 28 August 2012.
- Mark Crossan at gaainfo.com