Match Results and Reports Sept 5th & 6th




Under 11 Premier

Corinthian Boys  4 Springfield Ramblers  0

Under 12 Premier Division

Corinthian Boys 1  Lakewood Ath.  1

Under 12 Division 4

Cor Boys A 6   Carrigaline A  0

Under 13 Premier

St. Marys  1  Corinthian Boys  2 

Under 14 Premier Division

Buttevant  1   Corinthian Boys  2

Under 14 Division 1

Macroom  6  Corinthian Boys A   3


Under 14 Division 5

Springfield Ram 1  Cor Boys B 2

Under 14 Division 5

St. Marys 1   Cor Boys B  1

Under 15 Premier

Ringmahon Rangers  0  Corinthian Boys 3  

Under 15 Division 3

Corinthian Boys A  3  Youghal Utd.  3

Under 16 Premier Division

Cor Boys  0   Leeds  2

Under 16 Division 2

Mayfield Utd.  2  Cor Boys A  2

Under 16 Div 3

Cor Boys B  2  Greenwood 4

Under 17 Premier

Blarney Utd.  0  College Cors 4

 Under 17 Division 1

Lakewood Ath A  2   College Corinthians  A  5

Under 17 Division 1

College Corinthians A  2  Bandon  2

Under 18 League

Kilreen Celtic  2  College Corinthians  0

Keane Cup

Tramore Ath  2  College Cors  1  Leeside  1

Munster  Junior League Cup

College Corinthians  1 Avondale Utd. 5



Under 11 Premier

Corinthians 4  Springfield Ramblers 0

A very solid team performance saw Corinthians continue on from their opening day victory away to Ballincollig with a very good win at home to a very organised Springfield Ramblers side. The first half was very tight and competitive with both defences coming out on top until five minutes before the break, a Corinthians corner which was taken on the right by Rory Barron was volleyed in to the top corner by Ben Weldon to make it 1 nil and that’s the way the first half finished in a very keenly contested contest but with the home side creating all the goal scoring chances. The second half started in the same manner as the first with both defences well on top with Dylan Ryan in great form for the home side screening the backline well and breaking up most of the opposition attack. With most of the play now being contested in the middle third of the field, with 15 minutes remaining in the second half Ben Weldon read a pass from the opposition midfield and latched onto the ball and raced clear of the defence and again finished high into the roof of the net to make it 2 nil to the home side. The home side now with their tails up were starting to open up a previously resolute Springfield at will, and this time with 5 minutes remaining Ben Weldon this time turned provider to set up team mate Rory Barron who finished left footed into the bottom corner for 3 nil. Corinthians continued to press and create chances but the opposition goal keeper was in fine form and was committed to keeping the score down, until with time almost up Ben Weldon again turned provider splitting the defence to this time set up teammate Fionn Crowley who let the ball run across his body and side stepped the last defender before finishing powerfully past the keeper to make the score a very deserved 4 nil win to the home side.

This was a very good team performance with all players playing their part in a very good home win.

Team: Kacper Respka, Alex Ryan, Eoin O'Sullivan, Dylan Ryan, Billy Clancy Byrne, Alex Healy Byrne, Ben Weldon(c), Rory Barron, Fionn Crowley, Gary Farkes, Louis Crisp   


Under 12

Premier Division


Corinthian Boys  1  Lakewood Ath. 1

Playing only their second ever competitive 11 A Side game against last year’s league and cup double winners, Corinthians turned in a fine performance to earn a well deserved share of the spoils.

Ramon Gaspar put Corinthians ahead early on but Lakewood were back on level terms from a penalty before the interval. Corinthians pushed hard for a winner in the second half but were denied by an outstanding Lakewood keeper.

Division 4

Corinthian Boys A  6  Carrigaline Utd.  A  0

Four late goals gave Corinthians a comfortable but somewhat flattering victory over a gallant Carrigaline side.  The breakthrough for Corinthians came just before half time when Liam Flynn scored with a fine strike from the edge of the area.

Corinthians were well on top in  the second period and with the introduction of Emanuel Olawumi the goals eventually came to reflect their  dominance on the scoreboard. Emanuel scored a fine hat trick with Ben Healy and Fionn Coleman also on the score sheet. For the lads first game this was a fine team performance with Ciaran Kenny, Conor O’ Herlihy, Lincoln Kennedy, Adan Sheehan  and Lorcan Cagney deserving special mention.

Under 13


St. Marys 1  Corinthian Boys  2

1. Cian O'Leary.

2. Sean Cantillon.

3. Alex Hill.

4. Eoin Redmond.

5. Shane Cotter.(Daniel Squires, 42 minutes).

6. Daniel Meade.(Joe Harte, 45 minutes).

7. Matthew Healy.

8. George Coomber.(David O'Sullivan, 45 minutes).

9. Robert Geaney O'Brien.

10.Destiny Okonkwo. (David Welch,35mins).

11. Michael Nason.(Mark Redmond, 40 mins).

Corinthians began positively away to St. Marys controlling most possession and attacking constructively. 

A George Coomber corner was forced home by Shane Cotter to open the scoring for the away team after eight minutes. A very similar goal followed after sixteen minutes following another Coomber corner, this time resulting in a close range shot to the net by Robert Geaney O'Brien following a goal mouth scramble.

Marys began to play their way into the match as the second quarter progressed. The second half was a tight affair. With seven minutes remaining, Marys scored an excellent goal from a counter attacking move. 

In spite of conceding two corners before the end, Corinthians held on for a 2-1 victory.

This was a hard fought win. Team spirit and determination were key traits demonstrated in the latter stages by a Corinthians side that ensured they held their lead.

Next Saturday, Corinthians are  home to Rockmount, a strong side who drew with this Corinthians team at a similarly early stage of last year's league.

Under 14

Premier Division

Buttevant  1  Corinthian Boys  2


In a hard game Corinthians came out on top after having to battle against a strong and physical Buttevant team.

The scoring was opened in the 19th minute when a pass from Adam Idah released Leo Barron, who after a good run, whipped in a cross for Adam Idah to score with a fine header.

In the second half Buttevant came more into the game using the aid of a strong breeze. After 5 minutes Corinthians conceded a penalty, from which they scored the equaliser.

Corinthians continued to press won 51 minutes Adam Idah who was  a constant threat, hit a lovely curling shot off his left foot to the bottom corner of the net. to win the game for Corinthians

The team move on to another away fixture against Kilinardrish-Coachford next Sunday.

Team: R Lombard, O’O’Keeffe, J.McFall, S.Philpott, L.Barron, D.Fox, S.Dunlea ( L.Edwards 50), C.Murphy, R.Dinanga, F.Molloy, A.Idah, Subs D.Murphy M.Hill,, K.McGowan, J.Holden


Division 5

St. Marys 1  Corinthian Boys A  1


14s were away at St. Marys on Sunday morning where the lads played out a 1-1 draw, a closely fought game the 1st half both sides had chances with St.Mary's taking the lead from a corner kick, Corinthians were unable to clear the line. Second half again better pressure applied by Corinthians which resulted in a well taken goal by Kevin McGlynn a superb run down the left beating 2-3 defenders and slotted the ball past the keeper into the right hand corner. In the last minute of the game Corinthians won a corner, a great cross from Kevin Mcglynn only for Ray O' Halloran to head just over. 4 points from two tricky away ties a great start for the team. The team travels to Greenwood for its next league match on Tuesday night.

Under 15


Ringmahon 0-3 Corinthians
Corinthians made it two wins from two in the league with an excellent win away to Ringmahon. It was the away side who started the better and had numerous opportunities where only a cool head would have been needed to take the lead. Never the less, the opening passages were filled with superb combination play between Eoin Carey, Beineon O' Brien and Conor Bowdren. It was the same story for the rest of the half where a goal was the only thing missing from a dominant Corinthians performance. In the second half Corinthians became more direct in search of a goal and they finally got it on 55 mins after Beineon O'Brien latched onto and finished a clever Cathal Keane ball. With ten minutes to play Corinthians deservedly doubled their lead. The game was stretched by this stage and the goal came when Robert Cregan found Beineon O'Brien's late run into the box. Then five minutes later Corinthians got a third after Robert Cregan hit a fantastic shot from the left hand side which fired into the far top corner giving the Ringmahon goalkeeper no chance. Great performances from Colin O'Mahony, Conor Bowdren and Patrick Buckley ensured a very convincing win for Corinthians.

Under 16

Division 3

Corinthian Boys  2 – 4  Greenwood

A poor start to the season for the lads as they failed to compete with a strong Greenwood side in the first 20 minutes and allowed them to race into a 3-0 lead.  The Boys got back into it with a great individual goal from Patrick O’Callaghan and David Harrington tapped in the second after a superb free kick from the excellent Oshin Lucas could only be parried by the keeper. But unfortunately although the game was very even once the Boys started playing, the result was never in doubt with the 3-0 lead proving an impossible obstacle.  Best for the Boys on the day were Joe Cremin, Paddy Kelleher and Oshin Lucas.

Under 17

College Corinthians 2  ( Cian Barry; Sean Goggin )  Bandon 2

Cors failure to close out the game after being 2 up with less than 15 mins to go cost us the 3 points.Defensively, despite the late lapse Cors were excellent and dominated for most of the game.Cian Barry gave Cors the lead after 5 mins when he turned David Mc Gregor's cross into the Bandon net.Full credit goes to Mc Gregor who chased a lost cause by not allowing the ball run out of play.A great individual effort by Sean Goggin gave Cornithians a two nil lead  in the 2nd minute after half time.This should have ensured the win and Cors had further efforts which they never added.Bandon however kept battling and were rewarded for their efforts late on.Barry and Goggin were excellent up front for Cors while Jack Murray and Daniel Tyner marshalled the defence.


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