Match Results Oct 1st & 2nd

Competition

Result

 

Under 12 Premier Division

Midleton  2  Corinthian Boys 0

 

Under 13 Premier

Cor Boys  1 Carrigaline Utd. 1

Under 13 Div 2

Youghal Utd. 1   Corinthian Boys  A 1

Under 13 Div 6

Blarney Utd. A  3  Corinthian Boys  B  1

Under 14 Premier

Corinthian Boys 4 Douglas Hall 1

Under 15 Division 5 

Corinthian Boys 6  Carrigaline Utd B 1

Under 17 FAI Cup

Fermoy  0  College Corinthians  6

Under 17 Div 1

Riverstown 3  College Corinthians A  2

Under 18 League Cup Semi Final

College Corinthians 2  Wilton 0

Under 18 Division One

Temple Utd. 2  College Corinthians A1

MSL Senior Cup

College Cors  1 Mayfield Utd. 2

 FAI Junior Cup

Watergrasshill Utd. 1 College Corinthians   5

 

 

Under 18

Dalys Industrial Cup Semi Final

College Corinthiians  2  Wilton Utd.  0

The Corinthians U18 P Team are through to the Cup Final in Turners Cross next Friday after a strong and committed team performance against a Wilton Team that had reached a National Cup Final last year and beaten Corinthians 6-1 in Corinthians last year.

A tight tough contest saw both sides create minor chances in the first half which ended scoreless. The defence was excellent with a midfield that was always looking to win the ball and take it forward at pace.

Wilton were always capable of stealing a lead. However, some great play out from the back was picked up by Ethan Hurley who slipped it to David Nason and quick ball to Keith While saw Keith take it on to power home and unstoppable shot to the top corner.

In such a tough contest we needed some fresh legs and David O’Sullivan and Patrick Buckley stepped in to give the side some new energy. Wilton continued to press but the defence was intent on keeping their lines clear. The inevitable break happened a ball found its way to David O’Sullivan who switched it across to Keith White who again tormented the Wilton defence with his pace and skill to beat a few Wilton players and then selfishly put the ball across the box to give Jordan O’Sullivan the easiest of finishes.

A great display by a team who encouraged and fought for each other throughout the day. They go into Friday night full of confidence in their own ability to win. A clean sheet in such a big game was the major highlight.

Team:- Patrick Buckley, Joe Duggan, Stephen Fox, Chris Healy, Edward Healy, Ethan Hurley, Oisin Lucais, David Nason, Patrick O’Callaghan, James O’Donovan, , Robbie O’Leary,  David O’Keffe, David O’Sullivan, Jordan O’Sullivan, Chris Prendergast, Keith White

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