Match Results March 7th & 8th




Under 11 Premier

Mallow Utd.  0  Cor Boys  0

Under11 Div 2

Cor Boys A  0  Watergrasshill Utd.  3

Under 11 Div 3

Cor Boys B  6  Springfield Ramblers A  0

Under 13 Div 2

St. Marys  Cor Boys A OFF

Under 13 Div 5

Cor Boys B  0  Ballinhassig  2

Under 14 Premier

Lakewood Ath. 0   Cor Boys  5

Under 14 Division 1

Everton  3  Cor Boys A  3

Under 15 Premier

Cor Boys  3  Midleton  0

Under 15 Division 3

Cor Boys A  0  Mayfield  1

Unddr 17 Div 1

Cor Boys A  1  Avondale Utd.  2

Under 18 Premier

Mayfield Utd.  7  College Corinthians  2

Munster Senior League

College Corinthians 2  St. Marys  3

Munster Junior League Super

Ringmahon Rangers  A  College Corinthian


Under 11

Division 3

Corinthian Boys B  6  Springfield Ramblers A  0

Another great win this weekend for Corinthians Boys B who now go top of the table and have a game in hand. There were many fine performers with goals from Brian Lombard (3), David Bennett (2), William Buckley (2) and one each from Sean O Leary, Diarmaid O Regan, Adam Young and Shane Tobin. 

A Collins, J Fox, S Tobin, D O Regan, M O Mahony, W Buckley, B Lombard, S O Leary, D Bennett, D Odigie, A Young, J O Callaghan, R Coughlan. 


Under 14

Premier League

Lakewood Ath.  0  Corinthians Boys 5

The U14 Premier team returned to winning ways with a comfortable victory away to Lakewood. Dominating possession from the start of the game Corinthians where never under pressure during the entire game. After 10 minutes a fine shot from an acute angle by Fionn Molloy eluded the Keeper for the first goal., The team continued to press but never really threatened for the remainder of the half.

In the second half, still enjoying the majority possession Corinthians failed to convert any of the chances they created. FInally in the 45th minute Ricardo Dinanga managed to score with a header from a fine cross from the right. The introduction of Killian McGowan seemed to settle midfield, with more chances being created, Adam Idah got a third and another goal quickly followed from the same source. A fine through pass left Leo Barron with a narrow angle but he calmly converted the opportunity to finish the scoring. I took Cialis during a class in the hall. As a result, the level of testosterone increased significantly. I had sex with my wife several times a day throughout the period of taking the drug. The main thing is not to overdo it, because with prolonged use, the body itself can stop producing its own testosterone, this can lead to sad consequences. More information on the website

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

Division 1

Everton 3  Corinthian Boys  3

Corinthians scored 2 late goals to earn a well deserved 3-3 draw in Togher on Sunday. The lads could have scored twice in the first 10 minutes when they created 2 good chances but they couldn't find the back of the net on the heavy pitch. They took the lead just before half time when Brian Kennelly's through pass was calmly slotted home by Andrew Greany. Everton equalised on the stroke of half time when they were awarded a penalty after an unfortunate hand ball in the crowded penalty area, following a corner kick. Everton scored 2 goals in quick succession mid way through the second half but the lads dug deep and Eoin O'Brien pulled one back 7 minutes from the end when he got on the end of Daniel Harte's free kick. O'Brien scored his second in the last minute when he rose highest at the far post to head the ball into the roof of the net from Joseph Harte's corner kick.


Under 15

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  3  Midleton  0

On a windy Saturday morning in Castletreasure Corinthians came away with a deserved three points against a tough Midleton side. Corinthians played against the strong breeze in the first half and should have taken the lead early on through a number of opportunities from set pieces. As the half grew on Midleton, playing with the wind to their backs tried to use this advantage to get the opening goal but were kept out thanks to excellent defending from the Corinthians back four of Ger O' Mahony, Conor Russell, Patrick Buckley and Fintan Barrett and goalkeeper Alan Kelleher. The second half began with chances for both sides but with fifteen minutes to go Corinthians increased the pace of their game and broke the deadlock with a superb team goal of one touch passing finished well by Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh. A second goal followed five minutes later when a quick break from midfield ended with a Rory Doyle goal. By this time Corinthians had total control of the game and added an excellent third goal in the last five minutes after the ball was won back in midfield allowing Mark Cronin to set up Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh for his second goal. Good performances from Cathal Keane, Eoin Carey and Patrick Buckley led Corinthians to an important win.


Under 17

Division One

College Corinthians 1 Avondale Utd.  2

Another gallant performance by Corinthians against the national cup semi finalists and a strong powerful Avondale side. Corinthians started the game with huge intensity closing down any opportunity Avondale proposed and deservedly went ahead in the 20th minute when Paul Mc Glone finished off a great move . After the break Avondale came at Cors and sprung reinforcements from the bench to add to their efforts. Mc Glone had a great chance to make it 2-0 but was blocked by the Avondale keeper which surely would have clinchéd the 3 pts. The intense pace of the game told when Avondale equalised in the 81st  minute and later added a winner with 2 mins remaining. Daniel Kelleher put in a great effort for Cors with Sean Desmond and Daniel Tyner contributing to an overall team performanc






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