Match Results Dec 6th & 7th




Under 11 Premier

 Corinthian Boys  2  Douglas Hall  1

Under 12 Premier

Cor Boys 3  Riverstown  0

Under 12 A Div 4

Fermoy  1  Cor Boys A  1

Under 13 Premier

Rockmount  1  Corinthian Boys  3

Under 14 Div 1

Midleton  1  Cor Boys A  0

Under 14 Div 4

Carrigalime Utd B  0  Cor Boys B  7

Under 15 Premier

Innishvilla  0  Corinthian Boys  0

Under 16 Premier

 Cor Boys 2  Midleton  1

Under 16 Div 2

Cor Boys A  2  Tramore Ath.  4

Under 16 Div 3

Leeds A  0  Cor Boys B  3

Under 17 FAI Cup

Ballincollig   1  College Corinthians  2

Under 18 FAI Youth Cup

Park Utd.  2  College Corinthians 1

Munster Senior League

  College Corinthians  1  UCC 0

Under 18 Girls

College Corinthians  5  Bandon 0


Under 11

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  2  Douglas Hall  1

This weeks game saw Corinthian Boys looking to extend their winning run to six games on the trot when they hosted local rivals Douglas Hall. The game started at a frenetic pace with a goal inside the first 15 seconds for the home side. Douglas Hall won the toss and decided to kick off and Corinthians pressed them from the off forcing them to retreat back and when Ben Weldon intercepted the ball in midfield and past it to Fionn Crowley who's first time shot was parried by the  Douglas hall keeper into the path of Ben Weldon who after continuing his run received the loose ball and slotted it past the keeper for 1 nil. Corinthian Boys kept pressing and were really dominating the game in every position until an injury to influential cb Dylan Ryan which forced him off resulted in a reshuffle of the pack and they lost a bit of their early fluency for a while which left DH back into it and they drew level against the run of play from an own goal by a Corinthians defender and that's how the half finished.

The second half started at the same pace as the first with both teams making some very strong challenges to try and get a foot hold on the game, but Corinthians were well up for this and were determined to get the advantage back on the score board and were creating all the clear scoring chances you felt a goal was coming and when it did come it duly came for the home side when the pressure finally told and the hall defence was carved open by a long raking ball from stand in cb Rory Barron, who brilliantly deputised for the earlier departed Dylan Ryan, and his long ball was collected in Midfield by Alex Healy Byrne who passed to Fionn Crowley who in turn passed out wide to Ben Weldon who took one touch to control it and then drilled it past the on rushing keeper for the winner with ten minutes remaining to give the home side a well deserved victory on a day where everyone of the home squad was a contender for MOTM. Ativan definitely suppresses anxiety and contributes to the development of stress resistance, which helps to cope more easily with such a busy and fast pace of life in the modern world. Despite such an intriguing description, the drug still has both advantages and disadvantages. There is more information on the website


Under 12


Corinthian Boys  3  Riverstown  0

Corinthian Boys had a fine 3-0 victory over a very good Riverstown side; it was an excellent team performance with all members of the squad making a contribution. Despite being on top Corinthians had to wait until just before half time to make the breakthrough with Robert Walsh scoring from a fine free kick from just outside the area.

This was followed almost immediately by a terrific second with Aidan Barry and Robert Walsh combining to set up Adam Walsh who finished well from close range With Jack Anthony leading by example at the back and Daire Burke controlling the game in midfield Corinthians were now well on top but Riverstown never through in the towel and looked certain to reduce the deficit early in the second half only for Robert Walsh to clear the danger with a superb tackle.

Corinthians third came mid way through the second half when Andrew O’ Brien scored with a shot from distance to make the game safe for the home sude.


Division 4

Fermoy  1  Cor Boys A  1

Corinthians came from behind to earn a deserved share of the spoils against league leaders Fermoy. Second have substitute Emanuel scored with a fine strike from outside the area and Corinthians went close to snatching all three points late on when Fionn Coleman hit the post from a free kick.


Under 13

Premier Duvusion

Rockmount  1  Corinthian Boys  3

way to Rockmount, Corinthian Boys U13s had to work hard to maintain their 100% record this season on Saturday morning. The game started with both sides largely cancelling each other out. First real chance fell to Rockmount from a corner ball but Corinthians keeper Cian O'Leary reacted well to make a good save. On 20 minutes Corinthians were unlucky not to take the lead when a well-struck freekick from George Coomber struck the crossbar. By half-time the game remained scoreless. However, half-time substitute Robert Geaney O'Brien broke the deadlock one minute into the second half with a well-taken goal. Corinthians started to settle and doubled their lead after 41 minutes when a terrific combination of passes from the defence right up to the attack resulted in Robert calmly slotting the ball home. To their credit, Rockmount rallied again and got their reward on 55 minutes with a well taken goal. With the score line at 2-1, the match was set up for a nervous last 5 minutes. However, Daniel Meade scored a good goal from close range to secure the win for Corinthians. Final score Rockmount 1 Corinthians 3

Team: C O'Leary, S. Cantillon, D. O'Sullivan (S. Cotter 40), D. Squires, J. Harte, D. Meade, D. Welch (M. Redmond 40), G. Coomber, M. Nason (M. Redmond 40), D. Okonkwo (R. Geaney O'Brien h/t), J. Leonard


Under 18 Gurls

College Corinthians  5  Bandon  0

The final scoreline did scant justice to the efforts of Bandon who were very much in this contest for most of the game until succumbing in the final ten minutes when Corinthians scored three of their goals.  Corinthians goals came from Ali Hill (2), Megan Connolly, Megan Dennehy and an OG. Kim Dennehy, Lisa Lynch, Steohanie O' Sullivan and Orlaith Magner were outstanding at the back for Corinthians.