Graham Cummins


Player Profile

Age: 33 years, 1 month

Place of Birth: Cork, Ireland

Nationality: Ireland

Position: Defender

Height: 6' 2"

Club History


Start DateEnd DateTeam
Sep 2020 Present Ringmahon Rangers
Jul 2020 Sep 2020 Cork City
Dec 2019 Jul 2020 Waterford
Jul 2019 Nov 2019 Shamrock Rovers  (Loan)
Jan 2018 Nov 2019 Cork City
Jul 2015 Jan 2018 St Johnstone
Aug 2014 Jul 2015 Exeter City
Sep 2013 Apr 2014 Rochdale  (Loan)
Jan 2012 May 2014 Preston North End
Jan 2011 Jan 2012 Cork City
Mar 2010 Dec 2010 Cork City Foras Co-op
Jan 2009 Nov 2009 Waterford
Feb 2006 Nov 2008 Cobh Ramblers


Start DateEnd DateTeam

Graham played schoolboy football with Cork sides Tramore Athletic and College Corinthians before stepping in to the League of Ireland with Cobh Ramblers in 2006. In 2007, under manager Stephen Henderson, Ramblers won the First Division title with Graham contributing 11 league goals.

At the end of 2008 the Cobh were relegated and when Henderson left to take up the reins at Waterford United in January 2009, Graham followed. Initially deployed as a centre back, he was moved up front as summer approached and he scored 17 league goals in 28 appearances for the Blues that year.

On 1st March 2010 Graham joined Cork City Foras Co-op, newly formed in the wake of Cork City's demise, and scored 18 goals in 32 league appearances for the club. In 2011, with the club having rehoisted the banner of Cork City FC, Graham added 28 goals in all competitions, including the 94th minute winner away to Shelbourne on the last night of the season which won Cork the 2011 First Division title.

The following year Graham won a contract with English League One side Preston North End, signing for the club on 30 January. He scored four times in 31 appearances for Preston before being released in the summer of 2014.

In January 2018, Graham signed back with Cork City after six years in the U.K.

In July 2019, Graham moved on loan to Shamrock Rovers.

In July 2020, Graham departed Waterford by mutual consent. He then signed back once again with Cork City the following week with the club signing him as a defender. In September 2020, Graham left Cork by mutual consent after a short spell back at the club where he made just one appearance in an FAI Cup win over Longford where he was also sent off. Graham would announce his retirement from football the following day.

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