Under 13’s,15’s & 16’s win in National Cup




Under 11 Premier

Cor Boys  3 Ringmahon Rangers  3

Under 11 Div 3

Strand Utd.  Cor Boys B OFF

Under 12 Premier

Cor Boys 4   Ringmahon Rangers  1

Under 12 Div 4

Carrigaline Utd. B  0  Cor Boys A 7

Under 13 National Cup

Cor Boys  5  North End Utd.  0

Under 14 Premier

Corinthian Boys  6  Coachford Killinardish  0

Unddr 14 Div 1

Mallow Utd.  Cor Boys A   OFF

Under 14 Div 5

Cor Boys B  1  Greenwood A  1

Under 15 National Cup

Ccorinthian Boys  1  Cahir Park  0

Under 16 Nat Cup

Corinthian Boys  5 cClane Utd. 1

Under 16 Div 2

Cor Boys A  0  Mayfield  3

Under 16 Div 3

Greenwood  3  Cor Boys B  2

Under 17 Prem Division

  College Corinthians 5  Blarney Utd.  1

Under 17 Div 1

Bandon  0  College Corinthians  7

Under 18  Premier

College Corinthians  0  Rockmount  7

Beamish Cup

Ballincollig  1  College Corinthians  0

Munster Junior League Super

Everton  1  College Corinthians   3


National Cup

Under 13

Corinthian Boys  5  North End Utd.   (Wexford) 0

Corinthians bucked a recent trend of starting games slowly by beginning today at a blistering pace. Robert Geaney O'Brien passed to Michael Nason who put the home side a goal up after just two minutes. George Coomber found David Welch, who scored from distance to double the advantage on four minutes.

North End United then showed why they reached this stage of the National Cup. They played their way into the game with some fine moves. However, on 24 minutes, Joe Harte switched the pay in midfield with a left foot pass to Michael Nason, who found RGO'B with another fine pass. The move finished with George Coomber giving Corinthians a three goal advantage.

The Wexford visitors finished the first and began the second half well. The teams cancelled each other out until Daniel Meade scored with a fine shot in the 50th minute. Matthew Healy completed the scoring in what were now torrential weather conditions of hail and sleet. 

Home or away, it appears that this Corinthians team is very hard to beat if they begin with the type attitude and determination from the very first kick off that they began today with. It is the first defence of the local cup for Corinthians next week in a trophy that will be very difficult to retain.

1.Cian O'Leary.

2.Sean Cantillon.

3.Eoin Redmond.

4.Shane Cotter.

5.David O'Sullivan. (Alex Hill, 41 minutes).

6.Joe Harte. (Daniel Meade,44 minutes).

7.Matthew Healy.

8.Michael Nason.

9. George Coomber. (Jack Leonard, 35 minutes).

10.David Welch. (Destiny Okonkwo, 44 minutes).

11. Robert Geaney O'Brien. (Mark Redmond, 41 minutes).


Under 15

Corinthians Boy  1  Cahir Park (South Tipperary)  0

A hard fought win for Corinthians Boys over Cahir Park in the national cup sees them progress to the last 16 of the competition. It was an entertaining game with both sides creating chances throughout. Corinthians looked the better from the off, controlling the play limiting Cahir only to counter attacks. Corinthians created a host of chances in the half through Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh, Rory Doyle and Eoin Carey, in search of all important opener.

The goal finally came 2 minutes from half time when a clever through ball by Daniel O'Donovan caused a mix-up in the Cahir defence resulting in Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh giving Corinthians a deserved lead.

Cahir grew into the game in the second half, forcing Corinthians to up their game to protect their lead. Cors had chances to get a second but just couldn't take them and as time grew on into the last ten minutes so did Cahir's grip on the game. A superb effort from all eleven Corinthians players especially defensively from Mark Cronin, Patrick Buckely and Cathal Keane ensured Corinthians stemmed Cahir pressure and saw the game out effectively.


Under 16

Corinthian Boys  5  Clane Utd.  1

Corinthians moved through to the last sixteen of the National Cup with a comfortable victory over Clane Utd. From Kildare.  Playing good football throughout Corinthians went in fromt when Eoin Davis scored with a fine strike from the edge of the area.  Dominating possession they continurd to takr the game to Clane but could not add to their tally before the break.

The second half followed a similar pattern but Clane did have a great chance to equalize early in the second half when they broke quickly from a Corinthians corner but a great interception from Conor Russell saved the day. Shortly afterwards Corinthians doubled their advantage when Eoin Davis scored with a fine strike from the edge of the area/

With Clane now pushing forward to try and get back into the game Corinthians found themselves with more space going forward and further goals folled from Keith White (2) and a third and a deserved hat trick for Eoin Davis.

Great also to see the return of David O’ Sullivan to Corinthians colours, David has suffered injury problems for a couple of years and if he can recapture his best form he will be a major addition to the squad.


League Action

Under 12

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  4  Ringmahon Rangers 1

Corinthians had a good win in the league this weekend running out 4-1 winners over Ringmahon. It looked like it was going to be another high scoring game, similar to the reverse fixture, when Ramon Garbos opened the scoring after only 2 minutes. The goal was a good move with Luke O'Leary getting in behind the full back and delivering a perfect cross to Ramon who buried the half volley in to the near post.

Corinthians, however, didn't go on to dominate the first half as they would have liked to. Ringmahon were organised well and limited the hosts to very few clear chances.The second half started better for the away side when they capitalised on some sleepy defending to score a tap in after a scramble from a corner.

Brandon Idah came off the bench in the second half and scored within minutes. A great clearance from Jack Anthony set Brandon away and he finished expertly as the keeper closed him down. Brandon had his second of the day 5 minutes later when Aidan Barry played a fantastic first time pass on to him. Branded kept his composure to beat two defenders in the box and slot it calmly past the goalie.

The hat trick was completed with ten minutes to go after Adam Walsh picked Brandon out with an inch perfect pass and after he took the ball in his stride, slotted it in at the near post to add some gloss to the scoreline.

Under 14

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  6  Killinardish Coachford  0

In a match delayed because of weather conditions the U14 premier team played some lovely football in the first half. Playing on the main pitch on a lovely sunny Sunday morning all the players played well. The first half ended 1-0 to Corinthians with a number of other chances missed.

In the 2nd half with the team not under any real pressure they continued to play well.

Pride of place in the second half has to go to a cracking 22 yard shot from Jeff Holden, which the keeper had no chance with. Also David Murphy kept up the scoring pressure on brother Conor with another thunderbolt to the roof of the net. The team scored 2 other goals to finish the game.

The team and management hope U12 coach Declan Coleman makes a speedy recovery from his fall after trying to get the ball back into play quickly

Squad: R Lombard, D.Murphy, J.McFall, S.Philpott, L.Barron, D.Fox, S.Dunlea, C.Murphy, R.Dinanga, F.Molloy, A.Idah, O’O’Keeffe, M.Hill, L.Edwards, K.McGowan, J.Holden


Under 17

Division 1

Bandon  0  College Corinthians  7

Aaron Purcell 3, Paul Mc Glone 2 ,Jack Murray, Niall Moore )

This result was threating a long time and was well deserved for the effort the entire squad are putting in all season.

On what was a bumpy pitch Corinthians played a good passing game right to the final whistle and were determined also not to concede at the back.Going 3-0 up at half time was the easy bit as Bandon came out blazing in the second half but Cors stood firm and added to the score line to win out comfortably. Needless to say Aaron Purcell put 

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