Resilts Jan 3rd & 4th





Under 11 Premier League

Corinthian Boys 1  Lakewood Ath.  1

Under 12 Premier

 Corinthian Boys  2  Douglas Hall  0

Under 12 Div 4

Cor Boys A   4  Carrigtwohill Utd.  0

Under 13 Premier

 Blarney Utd.  2  Corinthian Boys  1

Under 14 Div 1

 Corinthian Boys  B  3  Springfield Ramblers B  1

Under 15 Premier

Dpuglas Hall   1  Cor Boys   0

Under 16 Div 3

Corinthian Boys B  3  Watergrasshill  2

Under 17  Premier

 College  Corinthians  5  Leeds  0

Under 18 Girls Cup

College Corinthians   Bandon




Under 12


Premier Division


 Corinthian Boys  2  Douglas Hall  0


Lineup: Gavin Ryan, Andrew O'Brien, Robert Walsh, Eoghan Nash, Jack Anthony, Luke O'Leary, Aidan Barry, Daire Burke, Tomas Hyde, Adam Walsh, Ramon Garbos


Subs: Brandon Idah (for Luke O'Leary), Dylan Twomey (for Aidan Barry), Dylan Cotter (for Ramon Garbos), Conor Sheehy (for Tomas Hyde), Ryan Kelleher (for Adam Walsh)


The top of the table clash this weekend tipped in Corinthians favour, allowing them to open up a 6 point gap over their local rivals. The game started a bit scrappy with plenty of robust challenges going in, Daire Burke at the centre of it for Corinthians. The first real chance of the game fell to Ramon Garbos after some good work on the right between Andrew O'Brien and Luke O'Leary. Ramon found himself charging in to the penalty area and was clearly tripped, but the striker did very well to stay on his feet and get a shot away, however, had he fallen he surely would have been awarded a penalty.


Corinthians finally took the lead midway through the half when a nice passing move provided Robert Walsh the chance to shoot from distance and when the keeper could only parry it, Adam Walsh was the first to the rebound, taking the ball around the keeper and calmly slotting in with his weaker left foot.


Douglas Hall had a chance to equalise soon after when they broke from midfield but the strikers shot was very well saved by Gavin Ryan.


The second half was another tight affair but again, Corinthians were in more control. Adam Walsh showed signs of things to come when he turned the defence very well and carried the ball from the halfway line all the way towards the left hand side of the box before the defender put in a terrible challenge and earned himself a yellow card. With 10 minutes to play Jack Anthony got on the ball and found Robert Walsh on the left. Robert put a brilliant ball through for Brandon Idah to run on to and after beating the defence he was just about to pull the trigger when the defender took him clean out. Brandon dusted himself down and buried his penalty in the top corner to make it 2-0.


The last chance of the game was an excellent free kick move on the left. Brandon playing it short to Rob on the edge of the box, Rob dribbling past 3 players before unleashing a rocket that thundered off the crossbar. Soon after, the ref blew the final whistle to confirm a good three points for the home side after a solid performance.


Under 13


Premier Division


Blarney Utd.  2  Corinthian Boys  1


Blarney began at a blistering pace and got their reward half way through the first half with a deserved opening goal. They continued strongly until the 20th minute when they almost got a second. Corinthians played their way into the game in the last 10 minutes of the first half. David Welch had a good shot saved. Robert Geaney O'Brien was unlucky twice, in particular on the second occasion when he rounded the 'keeper and was prevented from scoring only by an exceptional block from the Blarney centre back.


The second half began as the first half ended with Corinthians attacking well. Reward came with a well directed header to the net from Eoin Redmond following a George Coomber corner in the 35th minute. The away side continued to press but Blarney scored in the 49th minute against the run of play. Corinthians went three at the back in an all out effort to equalise. Blarney broke again shortly afterwards and almost scored a third. They held on to inflict a first defeat of the season on Corinthians who, in spite of the disappointment, still have the league in their own hands.


Cian O'Leary.


2. Sean Cantillon. (David O'Sullivan, 58 minutes).


3. Shane Cotter. (Destiny Okonkwo 50 minutes).


4. Daniel Squires.


5. Eoin Redmond.


6. Daniel Meade.


7. Matthew Healy.


8. George Coomber.


9. Michael Nason. (Mark Redmond, 40 minutes).


10. Robert Geaney O'Brien.


11. David Wel


Under 15

Premier Division


Douglas Hall  1  Corinthian Boys  0

 A late winner stole all three points for Douglas Hall in an evenly contested derby against league leaders Corinthians on Saturday. The game began a cagey affair, but Corinthians settled the quicker and were on the front foot for most of the first half. A number of chances were created by Cors through Cathal Keane, Conor Bowdren and Daniel O'Donovan, none of which were converted into goals. The game became more open in the second half, allowing Douglas Hall a way back into the game. The further the game went on, the more space became available in dangerous positions as players tired. This lead directly to one of Douglas Hall's few created chances ten minutes from time, though this time the striker made no mistake in slotting the ball into the net in plenty of space. Corinthians did not give up however, and held Douglas Hall in their final third for the remaining ten minutes of play, trying but ultimately failing to get the ball over the line. Alan Kelleher, Mark Cronin and Cathal Keane performed well for Corinthians on the day. 




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