Match Reports Jan 7th & 8th




Under 13 Premier

 Corinthian Boys  1  Mallow  0

Under 13 Division  5

Everton  3  Corinthian Boys B  4

Under 15 Division 3

Corinthian Boys A  0  Carrigaline Utd. A  2

Under 15 Division 4

Watergrasshill A  1  Cor Boys B  5

Under 16 Premier

Cor Boys   4  Blarney Utd.  0

Under 16 Division 1

Kinsale   0  Corinthian Boys A  1

Under 18 Murphy Cup

Riverstown  1  College Corinthians  6

Under 18 Murphy Cup

 College Corinthians 0  Kilreen Celtic 6

 MSL Junior Premier Division

 College Corinthians 2  Ringmahon Rangers 6



Under 13

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  1  Mallow  Utd. 0

Corinthians recorded a morale boosting 1-0 win over Mallow this under 13 Premier match, it was a deserved victory for our lads in what was a very enjoyable contest played between two good footballing sides.. The breakthrough for Corinthians came late in the second half when Centre back Shane Tobin  drove forward onto a loose ball before firing an unstoppable shot from distance past the Mallow net minder. Best on the day for Corinthians were Rory Baron, Michael O’ Mahony, William Buckley and Alex Healy Byrne.

Under 15

Division 4

Watergrasshill A  1  Corinthian Boys  B  5 1

The Under 15 Division 4 squad had a good win over a gallant Watergrasshill side. Goals from Ryan Murphy (2), Daniel O’ Regan (2)  and Jack Higgins and fine performances from Andrew Depuis and Daniel Coakley ensured Corinthians took all three points to continue their recent good run.

Under 16


Corinthian Boys  4  Blarney Utd.  0

In our first competitive game after Christmas we made it eight wins out of eight in the league with this latest victory over Blarney with a scoreline that flatters the visitors more than ourselves.

Corinthians began brightly and we eventually found the breakthrough after a cracking left footed shot from Fionn Molloy found the top corner. Soon afterwards Fionn made in two nil, again with a brilliant strike from the edge of the Blarney box. Just before half time Mathew O Reilly made it three nil and the points were safe.

After the break we continued to completely dominate proceedings and Fionn Molloy grabbed his hat-trick with another quality strike just outside the box. It was a deserved hat-trick from a player in outstanding form. Sean Dunlea and Alex Minihane were brilliant on the day with Andrew Greaney also excellent.

Under 18

Murphy Cup

Corinthians U18P Team opened second half of the season with a win in the second round of the Murphy Cup. They went 1 behind in the first 10 through a simple lack of concentration. Response was quick and they scored 7 goals without reply to record a comfortable win.

David O’Sullivan who has been challenged by injury all season returned to score 3 great goals. Also on the score sheet were Ciaran Couch, Captain Jordan O’Sullivan, Stephen Fox and David Nason. What was particularly impressive was the best performances came from many others who did not score but worked cleverly to create some great passing moves throughout the game.

The team moves on to a big challenge next week with an away game in Limerick to Janesboro in the 4th round of the Munster Cup.

The squad had some additional good news with Ethan Hurley have been selected to attend the upcoming Republic of Ireland Men’s Under 18 home based team assessment day, taking place in January at the Football Association of Ireland National Training Centre, Abbotstown. The squad and club wish him all the best.



  • cab.jpg

  • cab.jpg

  • cab.jpg

  • cab.jpg

  • seefineng

  • southcounty.jpg

  • soundstore.jpg