Match Results and Reports Nov 25th & 26th




Under 12 Premier


 Corinthian Boys  3 Wilton Utd.  0

Under 13 Premier

Castkeview 2  Cor Boys  4

Under 13 Division 2

Leeside  0  Cor Boys A  0

Under 13 Division 5

Cobh Ramblers  5  Cirinthian Boys B  0

Under 14 Premier

Rockmount   Corinthian Boys  OFF

Under 15 Div 3

 Springfield Ramblers A  0   Cor Boys A   4

Under 15 Div 4

Corinthian Boys B  Rockmount A Abandoned 


Under 16 Premier

Lakewood Ath.  Corinthian Boys OFF   

Under 16 Division 1

Corinthian Boys A Killinardish Coachford OFF

Under 17 Div 1

 College Corinthians A 2  Lakewood Ath. A  1

Under 18 Munster Youths Cup


 Riverstown 0  College Corinthians  4

Munster Junior League

 College Corinthians  1  Everton 3

FAI Intermediate Cup

College Corinthians  1  Cockhill Utd.  0


It was a great weekend for the Club with the opening of the Club’s upgraded All Weather pitch, which has been very well received, followed by some excellent action on the playing field. This was particularly so on Sunday morning with the Seniors playing Intermediate Cup on the main pitch at the same time as our under 12 Premier squad were playing Wilton on the Top Pitch.  Two more of our under 12 teams wren in action on the All Weather pitch and it was great to see the mixture of some of the youngest players in the Club with the Club’s senior members.

The one downer of the weekend was a serious leg injury suffered by Rockmount Under 15 player Jack O’ Riordan in their Division 4 clash with Corinthians. On behalf of everyone in the Club I would like to wish  Jack a very speedy recovery from his injury.


FAI Intermediate Cup

College Corinthians  1  Cockhill Celtic  0

Corinthians Seniors progressed to the next round of the FAI Intermediate Cup with an excellent victory over their Donegal opponents. Cockhill came with a big reputation having won the Ulster Senior League for the last four years and they provided stern opposition for our lads.

After an even enough opening Corinthians suffered a severe blow when they were reduced to ten players on the half hour. However this only seemed to strengthen the team’s resolve and determination. Superbly organized at the back and dangerous on the break  they  deservedly went in front on sixty minutes when Kieran Keneally  was on hand to provide the finishing touch to a fine team move.

It was all hands on deck for the remaining 30 minutes as Cockhill piled on the pressure and it took some heroic defending and some fine goalkeeping from Mark Power to preserve the lead. Well done to all concerned.


Under 12


Corinthian Boys  3  Wilton  0

Corinthian Under 12 Premier were in great form as they got the better of Wilton on a 3-0 score line. The team has been showing steady improvement  all season  and they continued in that vein against Wilton with goals from Tim O’ Brien (2) and Harry Quilligan.


Under 13

Premier Division

Castleview  2  Cor Boys 4

Corinthians came from behind to deservedly claim the three points in this exciting league clash.  It was a good performance from our lads who are now starting to show their best form again; goals from Fionn Crowley (2), Adrian Thiabut and Alex Healy Byrne and an overall excellent team performance nade all the difference.

Division 2

Leeside  0 Cor Boys A  0

Corinthians second string shared the points with Leeside in an enjoyable contest, it was a game dominated by Corinthians for long parts but they could not find the breakthrough and in the end were thankful to come away with a single point as it was Leeside who had the better chances late on.  Alex Walsh, Daniel walsh and Ben Lynch were the pick of the Corinthians side on the day.


Under 15

Division 3

Springfield Ramblers A  0  College Corinthians A  4

A great effort by our Under 15 second team as they came away from Cobh with the points and the bonus of a clean sheet. An early goal from Ben Quilligan set them on their way and further goals from Mathew O’ Driscoll (2) and Ben O’ Donnell ensured Corinthians victory. Great effort by all involved.


Under 17

Division 1

College Corinthians A  2  Lakewood Ath. A  1

A great team performance from our under 17 Division One side as they toppled the league leaders, it was an exciting contest which was decided by two super goals from Corinthians. The first came when Shane Twomey volleyed home a Sam O’ Sullivan corner and the second was a great finish from James O’ Callaghan.  Luke Healy and Eamonn Cogan were outstanding as Corinthians defended brilliantly when Lakewood came back strongly in the second and Barry Twomey’s squad deservedly held on to claim the three points.




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