Match Reports Oct 5th & 6th
Seniors lose out to late Avondale winner, First Juniors win away to Douglas Hall, Under 16P win thriller against Mayfield
Munster Senior Cup
Avondale Utd. 1 College Corinthians 0
Munster Junior League
Douglas Hall 0 Collehe Corinthians 2
Scorers Chris Drennan, Kevin Madden
College Cor Ath. 0 Avondale Utd 3
College Corinthians 3 Cobh Wanderers 0
Corinthians over 35s went top of the league after a comprehensive 3-0 win over Cobh Wanderers on Friday night. Two second half goals from senior manager Dave Ahern together with an og secured the 3 points for Andrew Monaghans side. Jeremy O'Donovan , Kevin Dalton and the ageless Eugene Barrett were best on the night.
Lakewood Ath. Corinthian Boys
Macroom 4 Corinthian Boys A 2
The Corinthians U12a travelled to Macroom for there second league game of the season. Despite attacking the Macroom goal regularly in the first half the home team went ahead by 2 goals. A third goal early in the second half gave the Corinthians lads a tough challenge until Roger Timon scored to make it 3-1. The Macroom goalkeeper fought off numerous goal efforts before they extended their lead to 4-1. A late penalty from Luke Osborne made it 4-2 but time ran out for the Corinthians lads. Final score 4-2 to Macroom
Blarney Utd. A 3 Cor Boys B 1
Corinthians put up a battling performance but eventually had to concede defeat against a strong Blarney side. Jack Anthony scored for Corinthians who battled all the way until Blarney scored their third goal in injury time.
Lakewood Ath. 0 Corinthian Boys 4
he under 13 Premier team continued their winning start to the season with a 4 nil win against Lakewood The team got off to a slow start struggling to gain control in midfield; eventually after some good attacking play, they forced a corner. Lakewood were unable to clear and Adam Idah scored with a good header following a flick on by Jack McFall on 15 minutes.
The scored remained at 1-0 up to half time. Corinthians made a very strong start to the second half making a number of chances. One of there resulted in Ricardo Dinanga being fouled in the box .The referee awarded a penalty , which was converted by Adam Idah (33 mins).
The boys continued to impose themselves, without giving Lakewood any scoring opportunities with Sean Dunlea giving a solid performance in defence and later in midfield. Their continuing dominance was rewarded when Ricardo scored following some fine individual skills (45 mins).
Corinthians continued to make chances with Ricardo scoring another fine goal (50mins). This was followed by a fine run and superb shot from Fionn Molloy, who was unlucky not to score. The team have an important league game next Saturday against a strong Springfield Ramblers team.
Corinthians: R.Lombard, S.Dunlea, L.Barron, J.McFall, O.O’Keeffe, C.Murphy, R.Dinanga, B.Hayes (J.Holden 57), A.Idah (M.Hill 45), D.Fox (F.Molloy 38), K.McGowan (L.Edwards 35)
Corinthian Boys B 0 Douglas Hall 5
Corinthian Boys 1 Mallow Utd. 0
A narrow 1-0 win at home to Mallow gave Corinthians a lucky escape on a wet Sunday morning. Facing a wet, slippery pich and a questionable refereeing performance, corinthians had it all against them and it showed in the first half when the teams went in scoreless at half time, thanks to the cors back five including Alan Kelleher in goal and Conor Russell. Cors improved offensively in the second half though and should have been ahead more than once after a string of chances created well by Robert Cregan, Conor Fagen and Patrick Buckley. The deadlock was finally broken five minutes from time, when a well taken Rory Doyle free kick was finished into the back of the net by a hard-working Jaze Kabia. A late escape from corinthians, which was ultimately well deserved.Division 2
Corinthian Boys A 3 Mallow Utd. A 0
Corinthian Boys A 3-0 Mallow United ACorinthians came out on top in this clash after a fine team performance were goalkeeper Odhran Murphy spent most of the game admiring his team mates fancy footwork.Adam Callanan scored his 4th goal in 3 games to put the boys ahead after 10 minutes with a fine dipping shot. The boys played with a slight breeze in the first half so a second was required for some comfort in the second. Luke Wade provided the medicine with a fine solo run and clever finish.The second half was also predominately Cors and Adam Casey produced the third goal to make the game safe. Sam o Sullivan had an excellent game; fullbacks Cian Jones and Jason Clifford also played some great stuff and were comfortable throughout.Team ; Odhran Murphy, Cian Jones, Jason Clifford, Andrew O Brien(john O Sullivan 50 min), James Adrninian Luke Wade(Szymon Sadowski 45min) Mark Fitzgibbon Adam Casey Sam O Sullivan Shane Twomey Adam Callanan(Dylan Ameed 45min)
Mayfield Utd. A 0 Corinthian Boys 6
Kilreen Celtic 7 Corinthian Boys B 0
Corinthian Boys A 0 Mayfield Utd. 1
This was always going to be a tough ask for the boys in the National Cup against a side three divisions above them but they were more than able for the task. The lads pushed the visitors right to the wire and were unlucky not to get something from the tie at the death when Conor Nash rose in the box only to see his effort flash just wide of the far post. The game was an even encounter for the entire 80 minutes and the boys didn’t look to be in danger of conceding with John Weir and Cathal Kelleher in complete control of the well organised back four. There wasn’t much they could do however when a defence splitting ball from midfield put the Mayfield striker through on 70 minutes and he finished low and hard to goalkeeper Liam McCarthy’s left leaving him with no chance. The lads battled back and really worried the Mayfield defence with the visitors giving away a lot of free kicks to stop Corinthians attacks in the last 10 minutes and had two players booked. But it wasn’t to be and the lads were unable to equalise before time ran out. They can leave the cup and return to league action next weekend with their heads held high though having really put it up to a side that played premier football last season. Tramadol has been a constant drug in my medicine cabinet for several years. It helps with headaches, the causes of which are completely different (pressure, lack of sleep, the use of alcoholic beverages). Other painkillers fail when you consider that you were diagnosed with intracranial pressure as a child. It also saves me during the period. One pill is always enough to eliminate the pain. I advise it to everyone!
Corinthian Boys 5 Mayfield Utd 2
Macroom 7 Corinthian Boys 0
Rockmount 0 College Corinthian 0