Match Results and Reports Nov 15th & 16th




Under 12 Premier

Carrigaline  1  Corinthian Boys  1

Under 13 Premier

 Corinthian Boys 5  Carrigaline Utd.  0

Under 15 Premier

Cor Boys  1   Carrigaline Utd.  0

Under 15 Div 3

Cor Boys A  6  Richmond  1

Under 16 Premier

Carrigaline Utd.  1  Corinthian Boys   0

Under 17  Div 1

 Fermoy  5  College  Corinthians A  0


Munster Junior Cup

  College Corinthians   Clonakilty

Munster Senior Cup

College Corinthians  1  Leeside 1 (Leeside won on pens)

Munster Senior Cup Final Ladies

Wilton  2  College Corinthians  2

Cors Won 3-0 on Pens


Under 12

Premier Division

  Carrigaline 1  Corinthian Boys  1


Under 13

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys 5  Carrigaline Utd.  0

Corinthians were up for this from the first ball. The home side had more of the first half possession but were often threatened on the break by a dangerous Carrigaline side. A first half of considerable skill on both sides ended goalless. Levitra made me look at myself and my life in a new way, as if I was born again. At first I bought Cialis, but for some reason it did not suit me, and I really liked Levitra – there was an erection, and intercourse was excellent. My personal life has improved, so I am very glad that I began to use these stimulants in time.

The breakthrough came in the 37th minute. George Coomber found Robert Geaney O'Brien with a long and accurate throw. RGO'B turned and passed low to Jack Leonard in the penalty box. Leonard turned his man and rifled high into the net from close range. The same forwards combined again 7 minutes later resulting with a super low strike to the net to double Corinthian's and Leonard's tally.

RGO'B found the net himself in the 21st minute and again in the 23rd. This latter goal followed a long pass by Matthew Healy which RGO'B did very well to latch bravely onto to find the net with force. Daniel Meade completed the scoring in the 25th minute with a close range shot high to the Carrigaline net.

nobody expected a 5 – 0 victory after Carrigaline's victory in the cup over Blarney last week-end. This remains a good Carrigaline team who will recover from this setback. For the home side, this was another really good display which was particularly effective in the second half. The focus now moves to a challenging away assignment next Saturday in Midleton at 10.30a


1. Cian O'Leary.

2. Sean Cantillon.

3. Shane Cotter.(David O'Sullivan, 45 mins).

4. Eoin Redmond.

5. Daniel Squires.

6. Daniel Meade.

7. Matthew Healy.

8. George Coomber.(Destiny Okonkwo, 40 mins).

9. Robert Geaney O'Brien.

10. David Welch.(Joe Harte,45 mins).

11. Mark Redmond. (Jack Leonard, 35 mins).


The team return to league action next week with a home game against

Under 15

Premier Division

 Corinhian Boys  1  Carrigaline Utd.  0

The scoreboard reflected the performance of both teams in this local derby, as Corinthians deservedly came out on top in a close game at home to Carrigaline. Corinthians started the better and took an early lead 8 minutes into the game when Rory Doyle headed a corner ball goal wards for Beineón O'Brien Whitmarsh to finish the rebound from close range. Carrigaline could have been level minutes later but for an excellent save from keeper Alan Kelleher that pushed the curling shot onto the post and away from danger. Despite the numerous chances created for the rest of the half the score stayed at 1-0 at the break. The second half brought out an increased intensity from both sides as Carrigaline looked for a way back into the game and Corinthians searched for another goal to double their lead. The longer the game went on the more questions Carrigaline asked of the Corinthians defence and to their credit they remained organised and disciplined. The final minutes brought a flurry of chances from both sides, none of which were taken, resulting in another important Corinthians win. Excellent performances from Eoin Carey, Cathal Keane and Fintan Barrett helped Corinthians record their 10th straight win this season.


Division 3

Corinthian Boys A  6  Richmond  1

Good result for the boys which pushes the u15A’s into joint second in the league, a high for the season so far.

Harvey Cummins hard work was rewarded with a well taken opening goal, after some great skill shown by Luke Wade on the left wing. Luke got the second from short range with Corinthians now dominating possession.

 James Adenerian was putting the visiting defence under a lot of pressure and was awarded a penalty after being taken down for the second occasion by the keeper. However we failed to convert and Richmond buoyed by their escape got back into the game with a fine individual effort and powerful strike by their best player the no 9, goalkeeper Adam Murphy o Dwyer stretched well and got his fingertips to it but it ricocheted in off the upright. The half time talk was about being patient and even though we should really have had the game rapped up by then the boys needed to finish more of the chances we were creating .

Sean Henry Squired provided the third just after the restart with a lovely strike, quickly added to by a goal of the season contender from Dylan Fenton who picked up the ball in midfield and unleashed an unstoppable strike which dipped into the top left hand corner. Sean Henry added to his tally by being first to react to a fine Harvey Cummins corner And James got his just rewards and Cors 6th to seal the 3 points. A fine team performance especially when we got the ball on the deck, full backs Eammon Cogan and Sam O Sullivan both had solid games with Shane Twomey having a fine game on the right wing and unlucky not to score on several occasions. Andrew Geany O Brien and Kevin Bohane were as solid a centre half pairing as you can get and rarely if ever were put under pressure.

Adam Murphy O Dwyer, Eammon Cogan, Sam O Sullivan, Andrew O Brien,  Kevin Bohane, , Shane Twomey, Harvey Cummins, , Dylan Fenton ,Luke Wade, Sean Henry Squires, James Adenerian , Jack Sheehan ,John O Sullivan, Odhran Murphy

Under 17

Division 1

Fermoy  5  College Corinthians A  0

t was the lack of self belief and the conviction to take the game to the opposition which lost us the 3 pts today.Going in at half time at 0-0 and clearly the better team playing the better football.However offering very little in front of goal as David Mc Gregor's effort was the only test the Fermoy keeper had throughtout the afternoon.We had to score the first goal to have any chance of getting something from the game but it was Fermoy who got it only 2 mins into the second half.Cors heads dropped immediately and there was no way back as Fermoy added further goals as the game went on.Jack Murray, Niall Moore and David Lyne played well for Cors who continued to play football despite the result.Sadly no prizes awarded as goals win games.



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