Match Results Oct 30th to Nov 1st




Under 12 National Cup

Corinthian Boys 6   Macroom  1

Under 12 National Cup

Corinthian Boys A  1  Buttevant  0

Under 12 Div 6

Corinthian Boys  B 6  Blarney Utd. A  2

Under 13 Premier

Corinthian Boys 6  Ringmahon Rangers  0

Under 14 National Cup

Rockmount   0  Cor Boys  5

Under 14 Div 2

Park Utd.  5  Cor Boys A  1

Under 14 Div 5

Cor Boys A  1  Douglas Hall A  2

Under 15 Premier

Ringmahon Rangers  1  Corinthian Boys 1

Under 15 Div 1

Cor Boys B  3  Kinsale  1

Under 16 National Cup

Cor Boys  0  Carrigaline Utd.  0

3-1 on pens

Under 16 Div 2

Tramore Ath.  1  Cor Boys A  0

Under 17 Ted Healy Cup

College Corinthians  6  Carrigaline Utd. A  1


Kilreen Celtic  College Corinthians A  OFF

Under 18 Murphy Cup

Evergreen  1  College Corinthians A  2


Fermoy  College Corinthians

Munster Junior League

Douglas Hall  3  College Corinthians  4 



Under 12


National Cup

Corinthian Boys  6  Macroom  1


 Corinthian Boys A   1  Buttevant  0

Corinthians A progressed to the 4th round of the National as a result of  a hard fought victory over a very strong Buttevant side. In a game that could have gone either way both sides deserve great credit for their commitment and honest endeavor which ensured the game went right to the final whistle. A friend advised this drug when I had a difficult situation in life. There were troubles at work and in the family. I was very nervous and began to break down at home. He could not take such drugs, because he was constantly driving. The effect of Ativan was visible on the first day; there were no allergic reactions and side effects. I had a better sleep and less nervous and I didn’t care about anything.

After a quiet opening it was Corinthians who took the initiative when Fiachra Twohig scored from close range after the Buttenat keeper had made a great save from a Billy Byrne free kick.. Stunned by this reverse Buttevant pushed on in search of an eqialiser and were rebuffed by some excellent defensive work by Eoin O’ Sullivan, Stephen Samuel, Gary Farkes, Tom O’ Mahony and Dylan Ryan which meant Corinthians went in at half time with a slender 1-0 advantage.


The early stages of the second half followed a similar pattern with Buttevant pressing hard but as the half wore Corinthians came more into the game with Max Healy, Liam Mc Grath, Luke O’ Herlihy getting on top. The team began to pass the ball better with forwards Dave Bennet, Ben Lynch, Adam Young and Ugo Okonkwo  holding up the ball and moving into space, chances came and went as Corinthians could not get the second and as a result had to endure a very nervous last five minutes before eventually clinching their place in the 4th round. Special mention for goalkeepers Daniel Walsh and Darren Sheehan who marshaled their defence well all through.


Under 14

Division 2

Park Utd.  5  Cor Boys A  1

he lads travelled to Mitchelstown for their 4th game of the season with a reduced squad of 12 players.

In good conditions the home team started the stronger and with 15 mins had a 2 goal advantage which the took into the second half.

The lads turned up a gear in the second half and were rewarded within 5 mins with a great free kick from Dylan Buckley, low and left of the keeper. Despite keeping the intensity we were soon caught out in defence conceding a third goal. That goal gave Park Utd the momentum to build on their lead scoring 2 more before the final whistle.


Under 15 Premier Division

Ringmahon Rangers  1  Corinthian Boys  1

Fionn Molloy, Man of the Match, that is the easiest way to start this match report. It was only fitting to cap a fine performance that Fionn would score the equalising goal with a super shot from just outside the box giving the keeper no chance.

It was the proverbial game of two halves, Ringmahon started strongly and had Corinthians under pressure, with a chance after 10 minutes cleared off the line, Corinthians were fortunate they did not find themselves behind early in the game. The breakthrough came in the 23rd minute when a floated free kick from distance eluded everyone and ended up in the net.


Corinthians rallied but were not operating in their usual style, Adam Idah was unlucky with 2 efforts, the second just on half time cannoned back of the post. But it was Fionn Molloy, ably assisted by Jeff Holden in midfield who started to take control of midfield, they battled and fought for every ball and gradually got the better of the opposition. 

A number of chances fell to different people but it looked like the equalizing goal was not going to come, with 15 minutes to go Fionn skipped past a few defenders and found the net. 

There were opportunities for a winning goal but in the end a draw was probably the fairest result. The team have a break from league action next week as they face a tough National Cup game at home against Carrigaline.


Squad; M.O'Connor, D.Fox, D.Harte, J.McFall, S.Philpott, L.Barron, A.Minihane, A.Hunt, J.Holden, F.Molloy, R,Dinanga, D. Connell, A.Idah, L.Edwards, S.Dunlea, C.Hynes


Under 18

Murphy Cup

Evergreen  1  College Corinthians A  2

Our first victory of the season was hard fought and a fortunate one where as we often played better and lost. Cors never got going after a long layoff and only for a fine display in goal by Sean Canny could have been 3 to 4 goals down at half time. Evergreen took the lead early in the second half and Cors then gradually made their way into the game .Some positional changes and the introduction of subs Purcell and Bakhmayer were the deciding factors with 15 mins remaining. Aaron Purcell got on to a rebounded shot by Vlad Bakhmayer to level the game while Bakmayer himself provided the winner soon after. Sean Canny and Daniel Kelleher played well for Cors

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