Match Results and Reports Sept 27th & 28th

Competition

Result

 

Under 11 Kevin Dillon Cup

Crosshave 1  Corinthian Boys  B  2

Under 12 Nat Cup

Corinthian Boys 6  Springfield Ramblers A  0

Under 12  Albert Comboye Cup

Corinthian Boys A  6  Innishvilla 0

Under 13  Nat Cup

 Rockmount A 0  Corinthian Boys  6

Under 13 Nat Cup

Carrigaline Utd.  A 3  Corinthian Boys A  1

Under 13 National Cup

Corinthian Boys A 4  Greewood  2

Under 14 Nat Cup

Riverstown  Corinthian Boys  A

Under 14 Leonard Gould Cup

Cor Boys B   Watergrasshill

Under 15 Nat Cup

Carrigtwohill  0  Corinthian Boys  4

Under 16 Nat Cup

Rockmpunt   0  Corinthian Boys  2   

Under 16 Nat Cup

Cor Boys A  1 Tramore  6

Under 16 Nat Cup

Cor Boys B  1  Bandon 6

Under 17 Premier

Lakewood Ath. 0  College Corinthians  6 

 

Under 17 Division 1

Avondale 3   College Corinthians A  2

Under 18 Premier Division

Leeds  4  College Corinthians  0

Munster Senior Cup

College Corinthians  3  CIT  1

FAI Junior Cup

Fermoy  0  College Corinthians   1

Adult Section

FAI Junior Cup

Fermoy 0  College Corinthians  1

A cup competition that the junior 1 side have had success in the past was next on the agenda, it was a chance for mgt to give guys a rest from the good league start and give new members of the panel a start. Cors started brightly getting the ball down and going at their hosts and were awarded a free kick which Ian Tobin superbly curled around the wall. Brilliant strike from ‘Tobs’. Cors continued to press but Fermoy were up for this match and were denied on several occasions by the MOTM on the day goalkeeper Graham O Halloran. A great battle in Fermoy ended in 1-0 victory to cors and they advance to the next round!!!

 

Schoolboys Section

Under 11

Kevin Dillon Cup

Crosshaven 1  Corinthian Boys B 2 AET

 Corinthians Boys battled bravely against the hill and the wind in Crosshaven and finished the first half 0-0.  It was a very strong defensive performance with Adam Collins excelling in goals.   The second half saw Corinthians come more into the game and in the twelfth minute James Fox struck a great shot from outside the box into the roof of the net for Corinthians to take a deserved lead. With 5 minutes to go with Corinthians attacking, a long ball out of defence saw Crosshaven score a breakaway goal to bring the game into extra time.  

Two very tired teams faced into extra time with the next goal always going to be important. In the first half of extra time Brian Lombard got a great solo goal from mid field to give Corinthians something to defend for the rest of the game.  Corinthians held out for a fabulous win with great play from Fiachra Twohig, James Fox and Shane Tobin with Adam Collins being our Man of the Match.

Adam Collins, James Fox, Shane Tobin, Brian Lombard, Fiachra Twohig, Eoin Nagle, Derrick Odigie, Robbie Coughlan, Jack O'Callaghan and Eoghan Power.

Under 12

National Cup

Corinthian Boys  6  Springfield Ramblers A 0

Sunday afternoon saw the U12 Premier Division Team make their very first appearance in the SFAI National Cup and they passed the test with flying colours. The game finished 8-0 to the home side, even with their usual captain, Jack Anthony, missing the game. Aidan Barry was named as vice-captain and he deputised quite well from the centre of midfield.

The first half got off to a good start with Corinthians having Springfield under serious amounts of pressure. Eoghan Nash had a shot cleared off the line and Tomas Hyde saw a brilliant curling effort just go the wrong side of the post after some excellent footwork in the box to create space for his shot. However, after only 7 minutes on the clock, left back Dylan Twomey scored the first of his double with a ferocious 35 yard strike as he latched on to the loose ball. Only 5 minutes later, Twomey had his second of the game to put the home side two nil up. This time he took control of the pass from Ryan Kelleher and send another long distance strike thundering in to the top corner.

 

The first half had its third goal with Adam Walsh getting on to a good through ball from Dylan Cotter to bury it in to the far corner from just inside the box. Corinthians continued to dominate with some very good passages of play but the Springfield defence battled to make it to half time without conceding any more.

 

In the second half Corinthians seemed to up their performance and began as they meant to go on, Dylan Cotter finishing cooly past the keeper after some very good build up play from Tomas Hyde. It was no more than he deserved, having hit the post twice before hand. That prompted some changes in personnel and Brandon Idah, Ramon Garbos, Robert Walsh and Daire Burke came on to replace Adam Walsh, Tomas Hyde, Dylan Twomey & Dylan Cotter.

 

In the next phase of play Ramon Gaspera showed his quality to beat two players before finding Luke O'Leary who beat the keeper from close range. No sooner had Springfield restarted the game but Corinthians had taken possession back and created another goal scoring opportunity. Brandon Idah lashed the crossbar from outside the box before the 'keeper made a brilliant save from a close range shot from Ramon Garbos. From the resulting kick out, Daire Burke won possession back before exchanging passes with Andrew O'Brien and Conor Sheehy and when the through ball came to Ramon Garbos he showed excellent composure to turn the defender and slot it in the bottom left corner leaving the goalkeeper with no chance.

 

Andrew O'Brien continued to control possession for Corinthians, pushing up from centre back with it and distributing it well. With the next move he found Conor Sheehy who went on a mazy run and picked out Luke O'Leary. Luke fired a cross in but Brandon Idah was unlucky to have his shit deflected wide. Robert Walsh put a fantastic corner in to the box but after the goalmouth scramble the ball ended up going wide.

When the 'keeper tried to play the goal kick short, Aidan Barry showed his authority by outmuscling the defender and curling a left footed strike beyond the tech of the goalie. 

 

Albet Combeye Cup

Corinthian Boys A  6  Innishvilla  0

Corinthians had a good win over a very determined and never say die Innishvilla side. Goals from Fionn Coleman, (2), Daniel O’ Regan, Adam Sheehan, David Jones and Luca Negradze as well as top class performances from Lorcan Cagney, Deri Delma,  Conor O’ Herlihy, Ben Healy and Liam Flynn made all the difference on the day

Under 13

National Cup

Rockmount   0  Corinthian Boys  6

This was a morning on which the Corinthians performance matched the sunshine on a beautiful pitch at Whitechurch.

The ever popular Destiny Okonkwo opened the scoring with a header following a free from George Coomber. The latter placed the ball 12 minutes later on the head of centre back Daniel Squires who obliged by doubling the score, again with the head.

A Mark Redmond cross in the 35th minute was finished from close range by Jack Leonard. A couple of minutes later, Joe Harte passed to Jack Leonard to complete his brace. Alex Hill found the net shortly afterwards from long range. The scoring was completed by Daniel Meade following a pass from Michael Nason.

Rockmount B played good football throughout and battled admirably for a team several divisions below Corinthians. For the away team, this was an exciting entrance to national cup football following the wonderful stand on principle by the club last year in not playing in the national cup to demonstrate to these youngsters that there are more important matters than winning.

 

1. Cian O'Leary.

2. Sean Cantillon (inj., Joe Harte 11 minutes)

3. Shane Cotter.

4. Daniel Squires.

5. David O'Sullivan.

6. Eoin Redmond. (Daniel Meade, 37 minutes).

7. David Welch. (Alex Hill, 37 minutes).

8. George Coomber. (Michael Nason, 37 minutes).

9. Destiny Okonkwo.

10.Jack Leonard.

11. Mark Redmond.

 

Cor Boys A  4  Greenwood  2

For the second week in a row the U13As started slowly and it didn't look good when we went a goal behind after only six minutes to first division Greenwood in the National Cup. However we agin came back strongly and equalised after eleven minutes when Ben Quilligan bravely won a free-kick which was dispatched by Roger Timon. We went ahead when Ben Quilligan scrambled a Sean O'Cathain pass across the line after 24 minutes. We were unlucky not to go 3-1 ahead when a Rhys Callalan effort was disallowed before the break but Greenwood posed a significant threat going forward and should have equalised in injury time.

We started strongly after half-time and extended our lead when Rhys Callanan swept home a Roger Timon cross after 35 minutes. We sealed our place in the next round with 5 minutes to go when Dylan Buckley met Luke Osborne’s corner – the Greenwood goalie saved well but the rebound was blasted to the net by James Wilson O'Callaghan. It was the first competitive goal scored by James and he celebrated appropriately! Greenwood pulled one back from a late penalty but it was not enough and we move on to a second round tie against Avondale United.

Under 14

National Cup

Riverstown 2 Corinthian Boys  A  4

3 first half goals from Ben Lucey, David Cotter and Andrew Greany set Corinthians up for another away tie against Greenwood in the next round of the National Cup. Riverstown scored twice but Cathal Crowley wrapped up the tie with a fine shot into the roof of the net from the edge of the penalty area.

Under 15

National Cup

Carrigtwohill  0  Cor Boys 4

An efficient, workmanlike display away to Carrigtwohill saw Corinthians safely into the next round of the National Cup. A fast start by cors saw them go 1-0 up almost immediately after a Robert Cregan corner found the head of Eoin Carey in the box. Five minutes later their lead was doubled when a Mark Cronin ball over the top allowed an oncoming Conor Fagan to slot the ball into the path of Conor Bowdren who finished well. A third goal followed for Corinthians before the half was out as another Robert Cregan corner was met this time by the head of Fintan Barrett. Ten minutes into the second half the score was 4-0, thanks to half time sub Pádraig Nash after he latched onto to a long ball over the top and finished well. By this time the game was over as a contest and the pace was slowed slightly. Corinthians controlled the final phases of the game and saw it out without any threats to a deserved clean sheet. Good performances by Mark Cronin, Eoin Carey and Cathal Keane ensured a comfortable victory for Corinthians.

Under 16

National Cup

Cor Boys B 1  Bandon  6

Bandon proved too strong for the Boys as they brushed them aside with ease in the first half. Bandon took their chances early on going 4 up within the first 20 minutes. The Boys lifted things in the second half but the result was never in doubt.

Youths Section

Under 17

Division 1

Avondale  3  Corinthian Boys A  2

A superb all round team performance against strong opposition deserved at least a share of the spolis today.

Cors took the lead in the 12 min when Aaron Purcell turned in a great cross provided by Kevin Mc Cabe.However an easy conceded equaliser set up what turned out to be a fine game of football.Purcell added a second later on with a fine finish from a Sean Canny kick out.A Cian Barry long range effort was excellently tipped over by the Avondale keeper before another equaliser left it at 2-2 at half time.Avondale took the lead early in the second half and Cors felt they had a chance when Dale later were reduced to 10 men.Aaron Purcell should have had his hat trick but blasted over and Avondale held on in the end.Jack Murray, Aaron Purcell and Aaron O Sullivan played well in what was really a gallant effort by Corinthians.

Schoolgirls Section

Under 18

Bandon 0  College Corinthians  5

Corinthians opened their league campaign with a comfortable victory over Bandon, goals from Megan Connolly (2), Michelle O' Regan (2) and Lydia Looney as well as a good team performance ensured the points went to Corinthians

 

 

 

 

 

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