Match Results Nov 7th to 9th

 Competition

Result

 

Under 11 Premier League

Corinthian Boys 6   Avondale Utd. 1

Under 11 Cup

Cor Boy A  2  Carrigaline Utd. A  0

Under 11 Cup

Cor Boys B  4   Carrigtwohill   0

Under 12 National Cup

Midleton  1  Corinthian Boys  1

Under 12 National Cup

Leeds  3   Cor Boys A  1

Under 13 National Cup

 Corinthian Boys 6  Cor Boys A  0

Under 14 Nat Cup

 Corinthian Boys  5  Lakewood 0

Under 14 National Cup

Greenwood  6  Cor Boys Boys A  0

Under 15 National Cup

Tramore Ath.  1  Cor Boys  3

Under 15 Local Cup

Cor Boys A   2  Carrigtwohill  0

Under 16 National Cup

Mayfield   0  Corinthian Boys   5

Under 18 Girls Holyhill  1  College Corinthians  2

Under 17  National Cup

 College  Corinthians 6  Midleton 0

Under 18 Munster Youth Cup

Greenwood  3  College Corinthians A 5

Munster Junior League

Midleton  1  College Corinthians  1

Munster Senior League

College Corinthians  4  Midleton  1

Over 35

Ballincollig  3  College Corinthians  2

 

Under 11

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys 6   AvondaleUtd.  1

 

 

Kevin Dillon Cup

Cor Boys B  4  Carrigtwohill  0

Corinthians started very well and got into their passing rhythm very early on. This dominance was reflected in William Buckley scoring a well worked goal in the first 5 minutes after good work from Sean O'Leary.  Sean O'Leary won a penalty 2 minutes later and Brian Lombard cooly scored from the spot.  Corinthians were in control of the game now with Shane Tobin and James Fox on top in defence and Micael O'Mahony controlling mid field.  David Bennetts hard work was rewarded when providing the pass for Sean O 'Learys goal and Corinthians 3rd.  This was how the first half finished.

Carrigtwohill came more into the game in the second half and had a free kick brilliantly saved by Adam Collins.  Brian Lombard capped a man of the match performance with his 2nd and Corinthians 4th goal and that was how the match finished.  The boys are now in the last 8 of the Kevin Dillion Cup. 

Team: Adam Collins, James Fox, Shane Tobin, William Buckley, Micael O'Mohony, Sean O'Leary, David Bennett, Diarmaid O'Regan, Jack O'Callaghan, Brian Lombard, Derrick Odigie, Eoin Nagle, Robbie Coughlan.

 

Under 12

National Cup

  Midleton 1  Corinthian Boys  1 (Cors won on pens)

A very tough encounter away to Midleton for the Corinthians U12's this weekend meant they had to really battle for the result. A difficult tie and it took extra time and penalties to find a winner.

The game started badly for Corinthians when they found themselves behind after only 4 minutes. A break down the left wing and a good ball across to the striker who had acres of space to slot home. Fortunately, Midleton were unable to capitalise further on their dominance, although they enjoyed the lions share of the possession in the first half. 

The second half started much better for Corinthians and half-time substitute Andrew O'Brien proved critical in the change in performance. Having only been on the pitch a few minutes, he managed to stop Midleton from controlling the midfield and started getting Corinthians on the front foot. A good piece of link up play with Daire Burke, Andrew and Tomas Hyde saw a free kick awarded within perfect shooting distance on the right side of the box. Robert Walsh came over from left back and continued his fine goalscoring form by producing an accurate and powerful effort that went beyond the reach of the opposition goalkeeper. 

Corinthians were the better side for the rest of the game but couldn't find the vital match winning goal. Brandon Idah and Tomas Hyde both having good chances but Midleton defended well. Andrew O'Brien also went on a brilliant run but got squeezed out by the defence just as he was about to pull the trigger.

Extra time couldn't produce a winner so on it went to the dreaded penalty shootout. Brandon Idah and Robert Walsh both scored from the spot but Midleton's takers were just as clinical. It was captain Jack Anthony who took the third and it snuck past the 'keeper before the Midleton player blazed his effort wide. Tomas Hyde put extra pressure on the next Midleton penalty taker by scoring his but the Midleton lad kept his cool to keep his side in it. It was all up to substitute Luke O'Leary to win the game and he duly obliged by burying his spot-kick past the keeper to win the shootout 5-3 for Corinthians and send them on to the open draw for the next

Under 13

National Cup

Corinthians Premier advance to the open draw

It was perfect playing conditions on Saturday morning for this third round match of the National Cup U13s competition which had Corinthians Boys drawn against our Corinthians A side. This was a good sporting match with the Premier side proving ultimately too strong for a gallant A side, finishing 8-0 winners. In the first half Robert Geaney O'Brien scored a hat-trick, with his strike partner, Jack Leonard, also getting on the scoresheet to leave the half-time score at 4-0. In the second half where both sides emptied their subs benches, Corinthians Boys scored a further 4 goals, through Daniel Squires, Michael Nason, Daniel Meade and Destiny Okonkwo. The final score was 8-0 to Corinthians Boys who now await eagerly the Round of 32 draw for their next opponents.For the A side, their good run in the Cup is over after previous fine wins over Greenwood and Avondale Utd.

Cors Boys TEAM – C O'Leary, S. Cantillon, D. Squires, S. Cotter (G. Coomber), D. O'Sullivan, M. Healy (J. Harte), D. Welch (D. Meade), M. Redmond 35, M. Nason,  R. Geaney O'Brien (D. Okonkwo), J. Leonard.

Cors A TEAM – A. O'Brien, D. Ruddock (B. Quilligan), M. Harrington, D. Desmond, S O'Cathain, Ian Turnbull (J. Wilson O'Callaghan), A. Shelly, D. Buckley, R. Callinan (R. Patrick), R. Timmons, D. Egan (K. Walsh).

 

Under 14

National Cup

Corinthian Boys  5   Lakewood Ath.  0

In a game of two completely different half’s the Corinthians U14 Premier team progressed to the next round of the National Cup with a comfortable win over Lakewood.

In the first half while enjoying the majority of possession the team failed to spark. Despite some lovely interchanges between the forwards, a goal was slow to some. After 12 minutes a low ball from the right wing was turned in by Jeff Holden at the Keepers near post. The team where devoid of any speed or spirit and even though they did not score again in the half they did not look like conceding either.

In the second half, we saw a different performance altogether, straight from the kick off Lakewood were put under immediate pressure. Some fine play down the right ended with Fionn Molloy striking a lovely shot to the bottom of the night.

The team were now playing some fine football which resulted in constant pressure on the Lakewood defence, goals were starting to come, a fine run and cross by the returning Adam Idah was finished nicely by Killian McGowan. Another goal followed with a header by Adam Idah after a lot f good work down the right by Mark Hill & Oisin O’Keeffe.

The last goal was scored by Scott Philpott with a powerful shot which flew past the keeper to the back of the net.

The team return to league action next week with a home game against Carrigaline. They play the winners of Clonakilty and Bantry on the 30th November at home.

Team: R Lombard, D.Murphy (O’O’Keeffe 45), J.McFall, S.Philpott, L.Barron, J.Holden ( M.Hill 37) S.Dunlea, C.Murphy(R.Geaney O’Brien 55), R.Dinanga (K.McGowan 48), F.Molloy(D.Fox 52), A.Idah,Sub: L.Edwards

 

Under 15

 

National Cup

Tramore Ath.  1   Corinhian Boys  3

 

Corinthians booked their place in the last 32 of the national cup with a 3-1 win away to Tramore on Saturday morning. Corinthians took an early lead when a mistake in the Tramore defence allowed Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh to set up Rory Doyle with a tap in. But three minute later Tramore got a goal of their own, capitalising on a lapse of concentration in the Corinthians back line. The score was 1-1 at the break,.

 A change in attitude from theCorinthians players lead to them taking the lead again five minutes after the restart, when Cathal Keane won back the ball excellently, played it to Eoin Carey who played in a great ball for Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh to finish well. Five minutes later Corinthians added a third, moving into their stride after Daniel O'Donovan's brilliant piece of skill and cross which again set up Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh to finish. Corinthians then saw out the game comfortably, never hitting top gear but ensuring there was no threats to their winning of the game. 

 

Neil Welsh cup

Corinthian Boys A 2 Carrigtwohill 0

Corinthians continued their excellent record in the Founders cup with a comprehensive and deserved victory over a decent Carrigtwohill side. The boys out played and out fought their division 3 league leaders in a performance where the score did not reflect their dominance. 

On the 20 minute mark Sean Henry Squires looked to have opened the scoring with a well timed run onto a precise lob from Dylan Fenton caught the opposing defence flat, however the official thought otherwise and flagged offside.

 Sean Henry worked tirelessly leading the line and was rewarded after he finished a super thru pass from Shane Twomey after great interplay from Dylan Fenton and Kevin Bohane.

Playing against the wind in the first half Cors seemed to be constantly defending free kick’s from score able positions, at times it seemed if we touched the ball outside our box the next thing heard was a whistle . Odhran Murphy dealt with any on target free kicks easily and the lads got on with the game. At half time the advice was stern as mostly we were excellent but at times we let Carrigtwohill dictate and 1 is never enough.

 The second half was a more free flowing game with reduced whistle and less free kicks, Dylan sealed the win and a last 16 clash away to Leeds with some excellent individual play and a calculated finish into the bottom right hand corner. Corinthians victory was well deserved and even thought Carrigtwohill played some nice ball at times in midfield the Cors keeper was never really tested.

 Odhran Murphy, Eammon Cogan, Mark Fitzgibbon, Andrew O Brien,  Kevin Bohane, , Shane Twomey, Harvey Cummins, , Dylan Fenton , Sam O Sullivan, Sean Henry Squires, James Adenerian Luke Wade, Jack Sheehan,Eoin Cambridge Cian Jones,  Adam Murphy O Dwyer

 

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