Match Results and Reports Oct 29th & 30th

Competition

Result

 

Under 12 Albert Conbeye Cup

 

Cor Boys A  2  Lakewood Ath. A 0

Under 12 Albert Conbeye Cup

 

Cor Boys B 2 Mallow Utd. B 0 

Under 13 National Cup

 

Corinthian Boys  7  Lismore  0 0

Under 13 Con Elliot Cup

Cor Boys  A  3  Innishvilla  0

Under 13 Con Elliot Cup

Passage A  2  Cor Boys B  1

Under 14 National Cup 

Ardfield  2   Cor Boys  4

Under 14 Leonard Gould Cup

Cirinthian Boys  2 Fermoy 1

Under 15 National Cup

Corinthian Boys  7  Ardfield  0

Under 15 National Cup

 Ringmahon Rangers  2  Cor Boys A 0

Under 15 Niall Welch Cup

Corinthian Boys  0  Midleton A 4 

 

Under 16 National Cup

Corinthian Boys  7  Bandon  0

Under 17 Premier

Innishvilla  College Corinthians   

Under 17 Div 1

 Passage  4  College Corinthians A  5

Under 18 Munster Youth Cup

 

 Macroom  0  College Corinthians  7

Under 18 Munster Youths Cup

College Corinthians A  0  Togher  1

Munster Junior League Premier Division

 College Corinthians  1  Ringmahon Rangers  1

Munster Senior League Premier Division

College Corinthians 2  UCC 2

 

Under 12

Albert Conmeye Cup

Corinthian Boys B  2   Mallow B  0

Cor Boys U12B squad joined their A & C  team club colleagues in the next round of the Founders Cup with a hard fought victory over Mallow Utd. B.  The game swung from end to end with both sides having their chances in normal time but after sixty minutes the game was still scoreless.

The break through eventually fell to Corinthians in extra time when Lee O’ Keeffe scored with a fine strike from just inside the penalty area. Moments later Alex Ng doubled Corinthians advantage and hard as Mallow tried there was no way back after this. Scott Scrimingeour, Cathal Buckley and Donal Clifford were outstanding for Corinthians.

 

Corinthian Boys A  2  Lakewood Ath. A  0

A strong Lakewood A side gave Corinthians a great game from the start and were unlucky  not to take the lead early on with Mikey O’ Connell excellent in goal for Corinthians.. An acrobatic effort from Mel Sheedy was as close as the home side went in the first half.

Corinthians opened the second period brightly and went in front  when Robbie Barret released Max Lee into space and he crossed for Rian O’ Riordan to finish superbly from close range . Corinthians were now getting on top and they doubled their advantage when Shakour Omerou was brought down in the penalty area and Max Lee coolly slotted home the resulting penalty.

Lakewood pushed hard in the closing stages but with Oscar Squires outstanding could not find a way through the Corinthians defence.

 

Under 14

National Cup

Ardfield  2  Corinthian Boys 4

Corinthians survived a tough test away to Adfield from West Cork in the National Cup, goals from Adam Walsh, Michael Quirke,  Rob Walsh and Luke O’ Leary  proved enough on the day  but credit to Ardfield for a fine performance.

 

Under 16

National Cup

Corinthian Boys  7  Bandon   0

 In a one sided affair Corinthians brushed aside their lower league opposition with little trouble. A hattrick for Ricardo, two for Andrew Greaney, Fionn Molloy and one each Dean Harte, Alex Minihane and Scott Philpott in what was a sharp clinical performance from our lads. Many thanks to U15 goalkeeper Cian O Leary who deputised for Mathew O Connor who was away for this game. Best on the day for Corinthians were Alex Minihane and Fionn Molloy.  Up next in the National Cup is a much tougher encounter against Douglas Hall away. The winner of this game will advance to the last 32 in Ireland.

 

Under 17

Division 1

Passage  4  College Corinthians A  5

Corinthians came from behind twice before eventually coming away with the points in a nine-goal thriller against Passage. Goals from James  O’ Callaghan (2) Andrew Geaney O’ Brien (2) and Kevin Bohane ensured the points went to Corinthians

 

Under 18

Munster Youth Cup

Macroom  0  College Corinthians 7

Corinthians proved too strong for a gallant Macroom side in this first round Munster Youth Cup clash, goals from Jordan O’ Sullivan (3), Stephen Fox, Robbie O’ Leary, Eddie Healy and Chris Prendergast as well as a fine team performance eased Corinthians through to the next round.

 

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