Match Results / Reports Jan 14th & 15th

Competition

Result

 

Under 12 Premier

Corinthian Boys  2  Fermoy 1

Under 12 Cup

Douglas Hall A  V  Cor Boys C

Under 12 Cup

Blarney Utd. A  V Cor Boys B

Under 12 Cup

Cor Boys A  V  Riverstown A

Under 13 Premier

 Corinthian Boys  4 Macroom  1

Under 14 Premier

Lakewood Ath  0  Corinthian Boys 2

Under 14 Cup

Avondale Utd.2  Corinthian Boys A 2

Under 16 Premier

Springfield Ramblers  0  Corinthian Boys   2

Under 16 Cup

 Corinthian Boys A  Kinsale

Under 17 Cup

College Corinthians    Blarney Utd.

Under 17 Cup

Innishvilla  3 College Corinthians A 0

Under 18 Munster Youth Cup

Janesboro  0   College Corinthians  2

Under 18 Division 2

 College Corinthians A  3   Glounthaune  0

 MSL Junior Premier Division

 Leeside  College Corinthians

 

MSL Junior Div 2

Corinthian Academicals  Crosshaven

 

Under 12

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  2  Fermoy  1

Goals from Harry Quilligan and Ryan Deasy were enough to see Corinthians get the better of Fermoy in a tight hard foyght Premier Division clash.

Under 13

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  4  Macroom 1

Corinthians came from behind to clinch three very valuable league points with goals from Alex Healy Byrne (2), Fionn Crowley and Rory Brennan. A good team performance which sees Cors now unbeaten in three league games.

Under 14

Premier

Lakewood Ath.  0  Corinthian Boys  2

Corinthians maintained their challenge for league honours with this good away victory against Lakewood. Aidan Barry and Michael Quirke scored for Cors.

Local Cup

Avondale Utd.  2  Cor Boys A  2 (Cors won 5-3 on pens)

The result of the weekend as Corinthians Under 14A squad knocked higher ranked Avondale side out of the local Cup eventually prevailing on penalties after a 2-2 draw. Daniel O’ Regan and Stephen St. Leger scored for Corinthians, well done to all concerned.

 

Under 16

Premier

Springfield Ramblers  0  Corinthian Boys  2

On Sunday morning in Cobh we continued our 100% start to the season with a hard earned 2-0 win over Springfield Ramblers. It took us 10 or 15 minutes to get up to the pace of this game as Springfield Ramblers began the brighter. We eventually got out passing game going and began to dominate proceedings. As the half wore on we looked more and more threatening and after some excellent play by Ricardo down the left Andrew Greaney finished brilliantly to the bottom corner from the edge of the box. It was the least Andrew deserved after a brilliant first half.

In the second period we again dominated the game and our pressure finally paid off when Adam Hunt found Ricardo in the six yard box with a cushioned header and Ricardo duly applied the finish. It was a brilliant team performance. Best on the day were Mathew O Connor who pulled off three exceptional saves, Sean Dunlea who was immense at the back and Andrew Greaney up top who worked tirelessly, but man of the match was undoubtedly Jeff Holden who covered every blade of the Cobh grass with an outstanding performance.

Youths Section

Under 17 Teddy Healy Cup

College Corinthians 5  Blarney Utd  0

A hat-trick from Ricardo Dinanga and goals from Josh DeLacey Sam Torres give College Corinthians a 5-0 scoreline today. Best for Corinthians was Conor Bowdren who assisted in all Ricardo's goals. Corinthians played some lovely passing football but took over 30 mins to break down a very compact Blarney team in the first half. The half time score was 2-0. Both goals coming from Ricardo. The second saw more of the same from Corinthians and scored goals by Ricardo, Josh DeLacey (a rocket) and Sam Torres saw Corinthians 17s through to the next round.

 

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