Match Results & Reports Nov 28th & 29th




Under 11 Premier

Springfield Ramblers  0  Corinthian Boys  5

Under 11 Div 2

RDouglas Hall A    Cor Boys B  4

Under 11 Div 3

Riverstown  0  Cor Boys A 

Under 13 Premier

Corinthian Boys  4  Mallow Utd.  1

Under 13 Div 2

 Corinthian Boys A 4  Everton  01

Under 13 Div 5

Springfield Ramblers A 0  Cor Boys B 2

Under 14 National Cup

Corinthian Boys  4  Clonakilty  0

Under 14 Div 1

Cor Boys A  2  Macroom  1

Under 15 Premier

Corinthian Boys  1  Ringmahon Ranfers  0

Under 15 Duv  3

Crosshaven   0  Cor Boys A  1

Under 16 Premier

Leeds   1   Cor Boys  0

Under 17 Teddy Healy Cup

College Corinthians   6  Fermoy  0

Under 17 Teddy Healy Cup

Blarney Utd. A  5   College Corinthians A  2

Under 18 FAI Youth Cup

College Corinthians 0  Macroom  5

FAI Intermediate Cup

  Templeogue  1 College Corinthians  1

Munster Junior League Premier

College Corinthians  0  Carrigaline Utd.3


Under 11

Division  3

Riverstown  0  Cor Boys  B  4

n this top of the table clash both sides were very nervous for the opening ten minutes.  As the game settled down the first goal was always going to be important.  David Bennett opened the scoring for Corinthians on 17 minutes after great build up work by William Buckley.  Sean O'Leary added a great second goal 5 minutes later and Corinthians were now very much in control.  Just before half time Micael O'Mahony scored the third with a powerful shot from outside the box and that's how the first half finished

The second half was controlled by Corinthians playing a good passing game and keeping possession.  Birthday boy Brian Lombard scored a brilliant fourth goal running on to a great through ball from William Buckley.  By going top of the table with this result Corinthians had many good performers with Derick Odigie and Eoin Nagle very much to the fore.

A Collins, J Fox, S Tobin, F Twohig, M O'Mahony, W Buckley, B Lombard, S O'Leary, D Bennett, D Odigie, D O'Regan, E Nagle


Under 13

Premier Duvusion

Corinthian Boys  2  St. Marys  1

For the second time this season Corinthian Boys U13s found St. Mary's to be formidable opponents with Corinthians once again narrowly coming out on top with a 2-1 scoreline. The first half was a quiet affair with Corinthians struggling to exert themselves against a resolute St. Mary's side. It was the visitors who had the best of the chances with Corinthians keeper Cian O'Leary making a good save on 20 minutes to keep the score at 0-0. In the second half, Corinthians gradually got a grip on the game but were rocked on 50 minutes with St. Mary's being awarded a penalty that was duly converted to leave the score at 1-0 to the visitors. Not for the first time this season, this Corinthians side showed great character to raise their game. On 55 minutes, St. Mary's defence was eventualy breached with an own goal from a defender following a George Coomber corner. Corinthians were now completely on top and were duly rewarded on 58 minutes with Daniel Meade following in well to convert from close range another George Coomber corner. This proved to be the winner with the final scoreline being 2-1.

Cors Boys TEAM – C O'Leary, J. Harte (S. Cantillon 40), D. Squires, E. Redmond,  S. Cotter (A. Hill 55),  D. Meade, M. Healy, D. Welch, M. Nason (G. Coomber 40),  D. Okonkwo (M. Redmond 40), J. Leonard.

Division 2

Cor Boys A  4  Everton  0

Cor Boys A turned in their best performance of the season to go top of the table as they defeated Everton by 4-0. Corinthians opned the scoring after 10 minutes when following some fine passing Andrew Shelly was released down the right wing wing and he cut un and drove an unstoppable shot past the Everton keeper. Followung the concession of the early goal Everton fought back strongly and it tokk some fine defending from Diarmuid Desmond and and his back four colleagues to keep Everton at bay. 

Corinthians doubled theur lead midway through the second half when Roger Timmons scored following a fine pass from Ian Turnbull and Roger quickly added a thurd following a great cross from Andrew Shekky. The fourth vame in the closing stages when Darragh Egan scored with a strike from outsude the box.

Under 14

National Cup

Corinthian Boys  4  Clonakilty  0

On a lovely sunny Sunday, the under 14 premier team entertained Clonakilty in a a 4th round National Cup tie. While dominating possession and creating some opportunities the team never really sparked into life in the 1st half. The best opportunity fell to Adam Idah who was through one on one with their keeper but shot tamely into him.

The second half was a completely different affair with the tone set straight from the kick off, their pass back from the tip off was intercepted by adam Idah, who passed 2 defenders, making space for his shot. He struck a powerful drive which beat the keeper, hit the crossbar rebounded, hitting the keeper on the back of the head and out for a corner.

This seemed to have the desired effect and the team raised their tempo. A free on the right hand side of the box was struck expertly by Leo Barron in to the top corner of the net, giving the keeper no chance.

4 minutes later Adam Idah struck the first of his goals, beating the defenders with pace and power he calmly slotted the ball into the Clonakilty net. Shortly after this he intercepted a back pass finishing into an empty net, to round off his afternoon he finished from a tight angle on the right, with his left foot..

This means the team are now into the last 32, with the draw to take place on the 13th December. The team return to league action next week at home against Coachford.

Team: R Lombard, O.O’Keeffe, D.Murphy, J.McFall, L.Barron, D.Fox, S.Dunlea, C.Murphy,, F.Molloy, A.Idah, M.Hill, R.Dinanga, J.Holden, Sean Cantillon.

Division 1

Corinthian Boys A  2  Macroom  1

orinthians were the better side in the first half and created some good scoring chances but they couldn't find a way past the Macroom keeper. However it was Macroom who scored first against the run of play and they held this lead until half time. The second half was a superb contest with both teams attacking at every opportunity. 2 outstanding saves by man of the match, Max White kept Corinthians in the game and they scored a deserved equaliser when Andrew Greany's through ball was flicked past the keeper by Ruairi Moriarty. Cathal Crowley had a header cleared off the line but the lads kept pressing for the winner and were rewarded in the final minute when Andrew Greany's left foot shot rebounded off the bar to the in rushing Ruairi Moriarty who gave the keeper no chance with a low shot into the corner of the net.


Under 15

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  1  Ringmahon Rangers  0

A competitive, entertaining game of football between Corinthians and Ringmahon was edged by the home side on Saturday afternoon. There was a fast pace set to the game from the off as chances were created early on by both sets of teams. Corinthians took the lead from one of these chances after 16 minutes, when a mixup between a Ringmahon defender and goalkeeper from an initial cross by Robert Cregan allowed Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh to capitalise on the mistake and finish well after he reacted quickest in the box. Although the intensity of the game was constant throughout the half, there were no more goals before the break for either side. The second half began a bit frantic like the first with chances at either end, but then Corinthians grew into the game and began to control the play. This was partly due to the hard work of the Corinthians midfield, namely Cathal Keane, Daniel O'Donovan and Eoin Carey. As the game went on Ringmahon grew tired, allowing Corinthians more space to create numerous chances, none of which were taken. It soon became clear Corinthians' defence wasn't going to be beaten thanks to great performances from Patrick Buckley, Tony Brophy and Alan Kelleher and this was the difference between the teams and the key factor in the winning of the game for Corinthians.

Division 3

Crosshaven  0  Cor Boys A  1

Corinthians kept pace with the league leader after reaching the half way point in division 3, 8 matches down and all to play for in this division

This well deserved if slender victory over Crosshaven puts them in a good position for the remainder of the season.

The game was played on a small hilly pitch and certainly the pitches poor condition was more of a help to the home side with little football on show. At times the boys got the ball on the deck and created chances with front men Sean Henry Squires and James Adenerian unlucky not to finish.

James eventually broke the deadlock with a fine goal from a tight angle on the 30 minute mark. Harvey Cummins led by example in the midfield but the surface just didn’t lend itself to produce a good game and while the defence was rarely troubled the lads couldn’t find another despite plenty opportunities and had to be happy with the tight victory . 

Odhran Murphy, Eammon Cogan, Mark Fitzgibbon, Andrew O Brien,  Kevin Bohane, Shane Twomey, Harvey Cummins, , Dylan Fenton , Sam O Sullivan, Sean Henry Squires, James Adenerian ,Adam Murphy O Dwyer ,Luke Wade, Jason Clifford, Eoin Cambridge, Cian Jones      


Under 17

Teddy Healy Cup

Blarney Utd.  A  5  Cor Boys A  2

e were unable to cope with long ball tactics on an artificial pitch in the first half as Blarney stormed into a 4-0 lead at half time.We made it even harder for ourselves by not holding onto the ball and not allowing ourselves to get into the opposition half.However despite numerous fist team players missing we produced a better effort in the second half and pulled two goals back with plenty time on the clock.The decisive moment came later on when Patrick O Callaghan was twice tripped in the penalty area only for his honesty to stay on his feet was waved away by the referee.Cors were down to 10 men after Cian Barry was red carded for retaliation and Blarney added a fifth to deny any further comeback.David Mc Gregor, David Lyne and Paul Maglone played well for Cors.

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