Match Results and Reports

 

Competition

Result

 

Under 12 Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  3  Blarney Utd.  1

Under 12 Division 2

St. Marys  0  Corinthian Boys A  3

Under 12 Division 6

Corinthian Boys B  7  Churchvilla  3

Under 14 Premier

Castleview  0  Cor Boys  6

Under 14 Division 2

Watergrasshill 7  Cor Boys A  4

Under 14 Div 5

Castleview A 1  Corinthian Boys B   4

Under 15 Premier

Douglas Hall 0  Corinthian Boys  3

Under 15 Division 1

Corinthian Boys A  1  Leeds 2.  1

Under 16 Premier

Corinthian Boys 0  Ringmahon Rangers  1

Under 16 Division 2

 Douglas Hall A  5  Cor Boys A  1

Under 17 Premier

College Corinthians 3  Leeside  2

Under 18 Munster Youth Cup

St Marys  1  College Corinthians A  0

Under 18 Munster Youth Cup

Douglas Hall  0  College Corinthians  4

FAI Intermediate Cup

Cobh Wanderers 0  0  College Cors  3

 MSL Junior Premier Division

College Corinthians  2 Ringmahon Rangers A  1

 

 

Under 12

Premier Division

Cor Boys 3  Blarney Utd.  1

 

Division 2

Douglas Hall A  0  Cor Boys A  3

Scorers: Ben Lynch, Adam Young, Ugo Okomkwo

 

Division 6

Cor Boys B  7  Churchvilla  3

Scorers: Michael Nugent (3), Derek Odiji  (2), Alex Walsh, Luke Williamson

 

Under 14

Division 2

Watergrasshill  7  Cor Boys A  4

The was no shortage of goals when the lads travelled away to Watergrasshill on wet and windy Sunday morning.

Within 2 mins Watergrasshill went a goal up and was the first of 11 goals in a game that was truly a game of 2 halves.

Despite being a goal down the lads quickly took control and put 4 past the line, 3 from set pieces. Roger Timon scoring 2, 1 from Dylan and 1 from Sean O'Cathain. Luke Osborne provided 2 assists and a masterclass on corner kicks. A goal from Watergrasshill in the last minute threw the home team a lifeline for what turned out to be a one sided second second half.  The wind whipped up again and within 35 mins our lads watched 5 goals cross their line without reply giving a final score of 4-7.

 

Division 5

Castleview A  1  Cor Boys B  4

Scorers: Jack Higgins (2), Deri Thiandiou and Ryan Murphy

 

Under 15

Premier Division

Douglas hall 0  Cor Boys  3

The Under 15 Premier team turned in another excellent performance playing in a local derby away against Douglas Hall. This did not tun out to be a repeat of the close run match in last years National Cup, with the Corinthian boys well on top.

The scoring was opened inside 3 minutes with a goal from close range, scored by Adam Idah. the team continued to link well and made a lot of progress down both flanks with both Alex Minihane and Leo Barron testing the defence on a number of occasions,

Ricardo Dinanga was in inspiring form teasing and tormenting the Douglas Hall defence at every opportunity, showing some remarkable skill he won a corner in the 29th minute. Scott Philpott hit a big inswinging corner, which eluded everyone and ended up in the back of the net

Corinthians were well worth their lead at halftime with the defence directed by Matthew O’Connor playing very well with Jack McFall and David Fox prominent. Fionn Molloy and Sean Dunea where controlling play in midfield and Dean Harte worked tirelessly during the game..

The game was wrapped up as a contest when Douglas Hall conceded a penalty, which was converted by Adam Idah.

All the subs made significant contributions as they came on. the team have a week off before resuming in a fortnight at home against Lakewood.

Team: M.O’Connor, D.Fox, L.Barron, J.McFall, S.Philpott, S.Dunlea, A.Minihane, F.Molloy, A.Idah, R,Dinanga, D.Harte, J.Holden, L.Edwards, A.Hunt, D.Connell, C.Hynes

 

Under 17

Premier Division

College Corinthians  3  Leeside 2

Scorers: Stephen O’ Leary (2),  Keith White

 

Under 18

Munster Youth Cup

St. Marys  1  College Corinthians  A  0

This was another excellent battling performance by an understrength Corinthians side who had to suffer early defections through injury and illness. Cors ,if only converted the many chances they created should have proceeded to the next round. It was the one ball they failed to contend in the middle of the park which led to the home side taken the lead in the first half. Two glorious chances later fell to Aaron Purcell who on a better day would normally have rattled the net. Cors to their credit matched St Marys and battled on in the second half where another couple of late chances were squandered. Sean Goggin and again David Mc Gregor were excellent at the back while Stephen O Sullivan and Aaron O Sullivan put in great efforts down the right.

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