Match Results October 22nd & 23rd

Competition

Result

 

Under 12 Premier

 

 Corinthian Boys  1 Douglas Hall  0

Under 13 Premier

Cor Boys  1  Ringmahon Rangers  2

Under 13 Division 2

Riverstown  1  Cor Boys A  5

Under Division 5

Cirinthian Boys B  2  Kanturk 3

Under 14 Premier

St Marys  1  Corinthian Boys  6

Under 15 Div 3

 Innishvilla  6  Cor Boys A 4

Under 15 Div 4

Corinthian Boys  1  Midleton A 3  

 

Under 16 Premier

Corinthian Boys  3  Ringmahon Rangers  1

Under 16 Division 1

Corinthian Boys A 1  Macroom  3

Under 17 Premier

College Corinthians  1  Leeside  0

Under 17 Div 1

 College Corinthians A 1 Bandon 1

Under 18 Youth League

 

 Everton 2  College Corinthians  5

Under 18 Youth League Div 1

College Corinthians A  3  Tramore Ath 1

FAI Junior Cup

 College Corinthians  1  Strand Utd.  2

FAI Intermeduate Cup

College Corinthians 5  Passage Utd.  0

 

Under 12

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys 1  Douglas Hall 0

Corinthians Under 12 Premier recorded a deserved 1-0 victory over Douglas Hall in this hard Fought local derby. The only goal of the game came from Harry Quilligan and Corinthians with Colin Molloy, David Healy, Tim O’ Brien and Robert Quirke outstanding.

 

Under 13

Division 2

Riverstown  1  Cor Boys A  5

A fine team performance by Corinthians resulted in an excellent three points away to a Riverstown. Goals from Alan O’ Connor (2), Adam Young (2), and Ugo Okonkwo  as well as a strong defensive performance led by captain Stephen Samuel ensured the points went to Corinthians.

 

Under 14

Premier Division

St Mary 1  Corinthian Boys 6

Corinthians Under 14 Premier  bounced back from last weeks defeat to record an excellent 6-1 away victory over St. Marys.  Michael Quirke (3), Elyas Ashaji, Luke O’ Leary, Ramon Gaspera scored for the Corinthians. . The victory was marred unfortunately by a serious injury suffered by Andrew O’ Brien; on behalf of the Club we would like to wish Andrew a speedy recovery from his injury and hopefully he will be back in action soon.

Under 16

Premier

Corinthian Boys  3  Ringmahon Rangers 1

 As is the norm with every game between these two teams a tough battle was in store. Having each had chances in the first half both teams went in without having broken the deadlock at halftime.

The game opened up a bit more in the second period and it was Ringmahon who took the lead with Craig Mcsweeney finishing well. This seemed to spark our boys into action and having created a number of chances we eventually found a way through when Mathew O Reilly turned sharply in the box and found the bottom corner. Again this seemed to galvanise our boys further and after a brilliant driving run from Jeff Holden, who was superb all day, he eventually was taken down and we won a penalty. Ricardo made no mistake from the spot. After this we were firmly in the ascendancy and Alex Minihane added a third soon afterwards.

It was a magnificent team performance from our lads against one of our biggest rivals and everyone 1-16 played their part. The only sour note was an injury to Leo Barron who had played a fantastic game. We wish Leo the best in his recovery. Sean Dunlea, Jeff Holden and Alex Minihane were best on the day but this truly was a team performance and victory.

 

 

 

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