Corinthians Under 15 Premier Through To National Cup Final




Under 12 Local Cup

Corinthian Boys A    Mallow Town

Under 12 Division 5

Corinthian Boys B  4  Mallow Utd.B  3

Under 12 Division 7


Cor Boys C 0  Watergrasshill Utd. A 4

Under 14 Local Cup

Cor Boys  3  Crosshaven  0

Under 14 Division 2

Cor Boys A  3  Blarney Utd. 1

Under 15 National Cup Semi Final

Corinthian Boys 0  St. Joseph Bpoys  0   Cors won 4-3 on pens

Under 16 Premier

Ringmahon Rangers  3  Corinthian Boys  2

Under 16 Division 1

 Corinthian Boys  2  Ferooy  3

Under 17 Premier League

 College Corinthians   Carrigaline Utd.

Under 17 Div 1

Bandon  2  College Corinthians A  2

Under 18  Premier

College Corinthians  5 Kilreen Celtic 1


Munster Senior League  Premier Division

Ringmahon Rangers  1 College Corinthians 2


Under 14

Local Cup

Corinthian Boys  3  Crosshaven 0


Goals from Robert Walsh, Elyas Ashaji and Ramon Gaspera gave Corinthians a comfortable victory Crosshavan in this local Cup tie.


Under 14


Division 2


Corinthian Boys  3  Blarney Utd. 1

After suffering a narrow defeat away to Blarney on Wednesday night, Corinthians had a quick opportunity to reverse the result qhen they hosted Blarney in the return match on Saturday morning.

To Corinthians credit they raised their level of performance from midweek and got their reward with an excellent 3-1 victory. It was Charlie Neal’s day and he netted a superb hat trick and along with an excellent team performance with stand in goal keeper Daniel Walsh rock solid.


Under 15

National Cup Semi Final

Corinthian Boys 0  St. Joseph Boys 0

Corinthians win 4-3 on penalties


Corinthians moved through to the final of the National Cup for the third year in a row when they got the better of St. Joseph Boys in a dramatic penalty Shoot out after an enthralling and nail biting semi final in Corinthians Park.

This was a terrific cup semi final with Corinthians knowing the quality of the opposition they were facing determined to compete at their level and they did so in great style. They took the game to their opponents from the start closing down quickly St. Joseph Boys in possession and using the pace of Robert Geaney O’ Brien and the trickery of Jack Leonard on the counter attack.

The back five of Sean Cantillon, Eoin Redmond, Kyle Donovan, Jason  Riordan and Alex Hill were rock solid with Antonio Migueo Archeta who has come in for the injured Cian O’ Leary handling the ball with great confidence in goal. Irish schoolboy international Mathew Healy was industrious and creative in midfield and he got great support from the tireless Jack O’ Brien and the ever reliable Daniel Meade.

While St. Joseph Boys had more possession it was Corinthians who were creating the chances and both before and after half time could and probably should have taken the lead but the break through just would not come. The introduction of George Coomber and David Welch gave Corinthians more impetus but still the goal would not come and so we headed for extra time. 

Scoring now would surely mean victory for either side and it could have gone either way late on with Joeys striker pulling a late chance across the face of the Corinthians goal. And so to penalties with both sides missing their first before Alex Hill, George Comber, David Welch, and Mathew Healy scored for Corinthians and finally Antonio saved the 5th penalty from the unfortunate St. Joseph Boys player to book Corinthians place in the final.

Great credit has to go the management team of Mark Redmond, Craig Donnellan and John Meade and to the entire squad, having lost two finals to the same opposition over the last two years it would have been easy to put up the white flag but instead they re grouped and learned from these defeats and on the balance of play and on chances created one would have to say they deserved this victory.

One has to give great credit also to St. Joseph Boys, it takes two teams to tango and as usual they were excellent. They have been magnificent champions winning the National Cup three years in a row and only losing out in a penalty shoot out. They have been a credit to their Club and their coaching team. The celebrations of the Corinthians players afterwards only reflected their joy and sense of achievement of defeating such an excellent team. Also it should be mentioned that St. Joseph Boys were very sporting afterwards and accepted with real class.

And so to the final, which will be an all Cork affair with Corinthians taking on St Marys. It should be a great occasion and no matter who wins we are guaranteed that the Evans Cup will return to Cork.

Corinthians Team Squad Names : Alex Hill, Cian O' Leary, Daniel Meade, David Welch, Destiny Okonkwo, George Coomber, Jason Riordan, Jack O' Brien, Jack Leonard, Kyle Donovan, Mark Redmond, Mathew Healy, Michael Nason, Robert Geaney O' Brien,  Shane Cotter, Sean Cantillon, Antonio Miguel Archeta

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