Match Results and Reports Feb 13th to 15th




Under 12 Cup

Corkbeg   3  Cor Boys  A  4

Under 14 Cup

Cor Boys  6  Macroom  1

Unddr 14 Div 1

Cor Boys A  4  Blarney Utd.  2

Under 16 Cup

Lakewood Ath.  1  Cor Boys  3

Under 16 Div 3

Ccorinthian Boys A  2  Blarney Utd. A  1

Under 17 Division 1

Ballincollig  5  College Corinthian A  1

Under 18  Premier

College Corinthians  3  Mayfield Utd.  2

Under 18 Schoolgirls

College  Corinthian  Ballinhassig

Munster Senior League

Midleton  2 College Corinthians  3

Munster Junior League Super

UCC A  0  College Corinthians  4


Local Cup

Under 12

Corkbeg  3  Corinthian Boys A  4

This was an enthralling Cup game between two good teams with the 60 minutes producing all one could imagine from huge excitement with a penalty, an own goal 7goals in total and the odd bit of controversy.

Corinthians started this game as underdogs to the team with a 100% record in the division above them but left with nothing more than they deserved.

From the off, both teams looked to attack producing some end to end stuff. After repelling a Corkbeg attack Cors were awarded a penalty for handball. Connor Herlihy put the boys one up with a well struck effort from the spot, Corkbeg equalises soon after thru their pacey centre forward 1-1 after 10 min and load to come. Corkbeg took the lead with a well struck shot which dipped under the crossbar however Corinthians  were never going to give up easily and with some great determination the boys pulled themselves back into the game with Daniel O Regan slotting home the equaliser 2-2 after 20 min. Cors continued to play well and won a number of corners just before half time, another coming just before the break  Fionn Coleman’s strong  in swinger could only be deflected into the net by the defender and the lads went to half time one to the good.

Corinthians grew in confidence in the second half and with great determination battled hard against the tall opposition. Connor put the boys further ahead after 10 minutes of the second half but this game wasn’t going to be over until the final whistle, with the pace of the game beginning to show Corkbeg got one back and Cors had to battle hard for the remaining time and with Lorcan Cagney making 2 excellent saves in the latter portion of the game. Daniel O Regan showed some great spirit with a number of great interceptions and tackles in the dying moment to secure the lads a safe passage to the ¼ finals. A Best performance so far this season by the lads      

Team: Lorcan Cagney, Ryan o Donoghue, Aidan Twomey, Deri Delma,Ciaran Kenny, Ben Velon, Connor o Herlihy, Fionn Coleman, Daniel O Regan, Emanuel Olawuni, Ben Healy ,Liam Flynn,Lincon Kennedy


Under 14

Corinthian Boys   6  Macroom  1

The U14 premier team had a comfortable victory against an under strenght 1st Division Macroom at home in Castletreasure in the last 32 of the Local Cup.

The team played some good football and opened the scoring inside the first 10 minutes. Macroom did not provide any threat and tried to contain Corinthians as best they could

However, they could not stop a rampaging Mark Hill whose surging runs down the right wing resulted in him getting a fine hat-trick. Macroom did manage to get on the score sheet in the last few minutes of the game

The team return to league action next Sunday with the National Cup game against Cherry Orchard provisionally fixed for Sunday 1st March at 1pm in Castletreasure.

Team: 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

League Action

Cor Boys A  4  Blarney Utd.   2

Corinthians beat Blarney by 4 goals to 2 in an entertaining game in Cors Park on Sunday. The lads started well with Daniel Harte and Ruairi Moriarty dominating in midfield and took the lead in the 15th minute when Andrew Greany's corner kick was only partially cleared to Shane O'Reilly who drilled the ball past the keeper from the edge of the box. Corinthians went 2 up when Andrew Greany gave the keeper no chance with a fine volley from the edge of the box from a Ben Lucey cross. Blarney pulled a goal back just before half time. The lads restored their 2 goal lead early in the second half when Andrew Greany chipped the keeper from 30 yards. Blarney got back into the game with a well taken goal 10 minutes from the end but 2 minutes later Corinthians scored their fourth when substitute James Walsh put Daniel Harte through  and he thumped an unstoppable shot past the keeper. A great team performance in which Cathal Crowley and Luke Healy stood out in the Corinthians back four.


Under 16

Local Cup

Lakewood Ath.  1  Corinthian Boys  3

Goals from Conor Shalloe, Cian Leonard and Ethan Hurley gave Corinthians a comfortable victory over Lakewood in this under 16 Cup clash. It was great to see Cian Leonard back in action after a six-month absence and nice to see him celebrate his return to action with a goal.


Under 17

Division 1

Ballincollig  5  College Corinthians A  1

This was a fine competitive effort by Cors despite what the scoreline suggests against a very strong Ballicollig team who are beaten everyone in sight. Corinthians could have taken the lead early on if Sean Goggin and Jack Murray did better with their chances. Corner after corner Corinthians had to defend when finally Ballincollig went 2 -0 up when Cors twice failed to clear.

Corinthians pulled one back just at half time but unfortunate injuries meant changes had to be made in second half. David Mc Gregor, Sean Desmond and Colm Power played well for Cors while Sean Goggin battled alone up front.




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