Match Results and Reports Jan 24th & 25th




Under 11 Premier

Carrigaline  3  Cor Boys  1

Under 11 Local Cup

Mallow  A  2  Cor Boys A 2 (1-3) Pens

Under 11 Local Cup

Rockmount  1  Cor Boys B  5

Under 13 Premier

Cor Boys  5  Blarney Utd.  1

Under 13 Local Cup

Cor Boys A  4  Ballincollig  1

Under 13 Local Cup

Cor Boys B  2  Mallow A  4

Under 14 National Cup

Maree Oranmore  1  Ccorinthian Boys  5

Under 16 Premier

Corinthian Boys  2  Douglas Hall  1

Under 17 Nat Cup

 Carrigaline Utd. 2  College Corinthians  4 

Under 17 Div 1

College Corinthians 1   Fermoy  4

Under 18  Premier

College Corinthians  1  St. Marys  2

FAI Intermediate Cup

Avondale Utd.  3  College Corinthians  1 

Munster Junior League Super Cup

College Corinthians   2  Riverstown  3


Under 11

Local Cup

Rockmount  1  Corinthian Boys B  5

In a good game, the 2 sides were very evenly matched in the 1st half. Corinthians took the lead in the 15th minute with a well taken goal by William Buckley. Corinthians were creating the better opportunities but the second goal wouldn't come despite the best efforts of Micael O'Mahony, David Bennett and Sean O'Leary.  Rockmount got their equaliser 2 minutes before half time with a well taken penalty. It finished 1-1 at half time.

The second half was dominated by Corinthians with Micael O'Mahony and William Buckley very much on top at midfield.  Corinthians use of their passing game to good effect and the second goal came from a fantastic free kick from Brian Lombard, his shot flying in to the top corner.  Corinthians were now in top gear and a debut goal from Adam Young in the 45th minute put Corinthians 3-1 ahead.  A typical strikers goal from David Bennett ended the game as a contest with 5 minutes left.  Corinthians got their 5th from Jack O'Callaghan, who after being fronted in the box, picked himself up and picked the spot brilliantly. 

Corinthians were also well served with very good performances from James Fox and Fiachra Twohig and now move into the last 32 of the Local Cup.


Under 13

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  5  Blarney Utd.  1

Blarney began strongly. A long range second minute free kick hit the crossbar. There followed, minutes later, a scramble in the home goalmouth which eventually got cleared. The visitors got the reward that their start deserved via an unlucky own goal following a skillful Blarney build up.

If quarter one belonged to the visitors, their hosts controlled quarter two. George Coomber found the top corner from long range for the equaliser. Five minutes later, Robert Geaney O'Brien found GC with a fine pass & he duly obliged with Corinthians and his own second goal. A fine Blarney move was thwarted before half time by a header from 'keeper sweeper' O'Leary who had raced from his penalty area to avert danger.

The second half began as the first had finished. Corinthians got their reward in the 33rd minute, with RGO'B again the provider & this time Matthew Healy the finisher. RGO'B turned finisher six minutes later to make it 4 – 1. 

This remains an excellent Blarney team. They were unlucky not to score on three occasions in the final quarter. CO'L produced a fine save to end one of those chances. Sean Cantillon prevented another with a goal saving tackle and, very late on, Blarney hit the woodwork again with a free. 

Destiny Okonkwo completed the scoring in injury time. He raced clear following an RGO'B back header & slotted home in ice cool fashion.

If the character of a team is judged on how it reacts to defeat, then this reaction today indicates this U 13 team has it in spades. That said, there is no rest. Next Saturday is National Cup for this team, again at 2.30pm at home. This will be the biggest test yet.


1. Cian O'Leary.

2. Sean Cantillon.

3. Alex Hill. (David O'Sullivan, 49 minutes).

4. Shane Cotter.

5. Eoin Redmond.

6. Daniel Meade.

7. Matthew Healy.

8.Michael Nason (Jack Leonard, 42 minutes).

9. George Coomber. (Destiny Okonkwo, 46 minutes).

10.Joe Harte. (David Welch, 40 mins).

11. Robert Geaney O'Brien.


Local Cup

Corinthian Boys A  4  Ballincollig  1

The u13as faced Ballincolllig in the first round of the local cup. The whistle has barely blown when the away team took the lead. From there on the home team applied constant pressure and were unlucky to have a goal judged offside. Andrew Shelly got the first goal with a magnificent long range shot. A penalty won by Ben Quilligan near half time was slotted home by Roger Timon giving the Corinthians a first half lead of 2-1. Ballincollig started the second half the stronger of the 2 teams but went down to a further goal taken by a cool headed Ryan Patrick. Ben Quilligan scored the final goal, a well deserved reward for a great performance. Final score 4-1

Under 14

National Cup

Maree Oranmore 1  Corinthian Boys  5

he Under 14 Premier team progressed to the last 16 of the National cup with a solid performance in Oranmore. The match was played on a pitch in the centre of the town with plenty of passers by keeping an eye on the events as they unfolded. The team led by 4 goals at half-time and defended well against the Maree Oranmore onslaught in the second half. Corinthians scored their fifth and final goal in the final quarter before finally conceding a goal in the last few minutes.

All the squad played a vital part in a difficult fixture which made the trip home all the shorter. The will play Cherry Orchard the in form team and leaders of the DDSl, who are unbeaten this season on the 22nd February in Corinthians. It is also important to mention the Welcome and hospitality we received from the Maree- Oranmore club, who not only looked after our players and Management but all those supporters undertook the long journey.

The team really appreciated the support received on the day.

Squad: R Lombard, D.Murphy, J.McFall, S.Philpott, L.Barron, D.Fox, S.Dunlea, C.Murphy, R.Dinanga, F.Molloy, A.Idah, O’O’Keeffe, M.Hill, L.Edwards, K.McGowan, J.Holden


Under 16

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys 2  Douglas Hall  1

Corinthians came from behind to claim all three points against a well-organized Douglas Hall side.  Behind at half time Corinthians dominated the exchanges after the break and were rewarded with goals from Daniel O’ Donovan and Donnagh Gribbons which ensured the points went to Corinthians.


Under 17

National Cup

Carrigaline Utd.  2  College Corinthians  4

Corinthians moved through to the quarter final s of the National Cup with an excellent 4-2 away victory in Carrigaline. Goals from Denzel Fernandez (2) and

And Mark O’ Leary had Corinthians in control of the contest early in the second half but to their credit Carrigaline fought back and scored twice to come right back into the game. However Colin O’ Brien restored Corinthians two goal advantage and they out the game comfortably in the closing stages.

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