Match Results Feb 7th & 8th





Under 11 Cup

Carrigaline Utd.  0  Cor Boys  2

Under 11 Cup

Cor Boys A  0  Mallow  4

Under 11 Cup

Leeside 0  Cor Boys B  2

Under 12 Premier

Lakewood Ath.  1  Cor Boys  0


Under 13 Local Cup

Cor Boys  6  Riverstown  3

Under 13 Local Cup

Lakewood Ath.  3  Cor Boys A  2 

Unddr 14 Div 1

Everton   Cor Boys A OFF

Under 15 Local Cup

Cor Boys A  4  Pearce Celtic  0

Under 15 Local Cup

Ccorinthian Boys  6  Midleton A  0

Under 17 Teddy Healy Cup

  College Corinthians  Midleton

Under 18  Premier

College Corinthians  0  Everton 4

Munster Senior League

Everton  0  College Corinthians  3

Munster Junior League Super

College Corinthians   3 Mayfield  1


Local Cup

Under 13

Corinthian Boys  6  Riverstown  3

Corinthian Boys U13s are safely through to the next round of the Local Cup after an entertaining 6-3 home victory against fellow Premier team Riverstown. Corinthians started the brighter and enjoyed the majority of the play in the first quarter. Matthew Healy opened the scoring for the homeside with a fine long-range shot after 12 minutes. Their lead was quickly doubled 4 minutes later when Destiny Okonkwo finished off a fine Corinthians move. Corinthians went 3-0 up after 19 minutes with a well-taken Mark Redmond goal. To their credit, Riverstown then rallied and stung Corinthians with 2 quick goals after 22 and 25 minutes respectively to leave Corinthians just 3-2 up at half-time. The second half started like the first with Corinthians back on top. A dangerous Robert Geaney O'Brien cross into the box was headed in superbly by Destiny to restore Corinthians 2 goal advantage. Their lead was further extended to 5-2 when Joe Harte swept home at the far post a George Coomber free-kick. Jack Leonard completed Corinthians scoring after 54 minutes with another well-taken goal. The visitors got a late consolation goal with 3 minutes remaining to leave the final score Corinthian Boys 6 – Riverstown 3. 

Team: C. O'Leary, S. Cantillon, S. Cotter, D. Squires, A. Hill (D. O'Sullivan 37), M. Healy ( D. Welch 37) D. Meade (J. Harte 37), M. Redmond (M. Nason 37), D. Okonkwo (G. Coomber 37), J. Leonard, R. Geaney O'Brien.

Lakewood Ath.  3  Corinthian Boys A  2

Corinthians opened the stronger team and came close to scoring on a few occasions. It was a great solo run from inside their own half that gave Lakewood a 1-0 lead against the run of play. Corinthians continued to apply the pressure and were finally rewarded with a goal from Daragh Egan after a magnificent run by Rhys.

The second half began with relentless pressure from Lakewood and took 2 quick goals to make it 3-1 win 20 mins to play. Corinthians soaked up further pressure before launching a superb counterattack that resulted in a corner. A Lakewood handball gave Roger Timmons a penalty chance that was cooly converted bottom left. Despite some further pressure Corinthians couldn't find the equaliser. Final score  3-2 to Lakewood 


Under 15

Corinthians Boy  6  Midleton A  0

Corinthians eased their way into the last 16 of the local cup with a very comfortable home win on Saturday morning.

From the start strikers Rory Doyle and Conor Fagan were in top form and soon had the home side two up. When a goal from Conor Bowdren and two more from Conor Fagan quickly followed it was clear this 3rd division Midleton side were no match for the premier league leaders. It was more of the same in the second half with Robert Cregan and Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh both finding the net.

The highlight of the game was when Ger O'Mahony,who has been with the club from under 8's and never managed to get on the  score sheet ended the day with a hat trick.


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

Corinthian Boys A  4  Pearce Celtic  0

After a 2 month wait for a competitive match the boys were a little slow to start and Celtic gave as good as they got for the first 20minutes.

 With very low visibility due to fog, at times during the game it was difficult to see who was on the ball. Harvey Cummins turned the tide in Cors favour with some great midfield play and the more the lads kept the ball on the deck the more dominant they became.

 Adam Casey opened the scoring after 25 with a lovely chip over the Celtic keeper and Shane Twomey was unlucky not to add to the score when he beat the keeper only for the ball to rebound off the inside of the post. In fairness to Pearse Celtic they played some good football and forced a top class save from Odhran Murphy before half time, John o Sullivan and Luke wade were linking up well on the right hand side and the chances being created looked positive for the boys. Ultram is a powerful pain reliever. When other drugs are unable to relieve pain, Ultram literally instantly anesthetizes. It helps me relieve a headache. In addition, I take it in the first painful days of women’s days – the drug copes with the task. I take half of the pill no more than once a day – this is enough for me to cope with the pain.

After 5 min of the second half Adam Casey added to his first with a well struck corner which evaded all including the goalie. After a few substitutes James Adenerian moved from defence up front and the changes immediately paid dividends with James strong athleticism securing the third. Another change led to Mark Fitzgibbon playing on the left wing and Marks long wait for a competitive goal ended leading to wild celebrations

Captain Andrew Geany O Brien and Dylan Fenton were on top form and also deserve a mention.

 Odhran Murphy, Adam Murphy O Dwyer, John O Sullivan, Donal Maher, Mark Fitzgibbon, Jason Clifford, Sam O Sullivan, Andrew O Brien,  Jack Sheehan , Shane Twomey, Harvey Cummins, , Dylan Fenton ,Luke Wade, James Adenerian , Eoin Cambridge,



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