Match Results and Reports Oct 4th & 5th





Under 11 Premier

Lakewood Ath.  2  Crosshave 3

Under 11 Division 2

Richmond  0  Cor Boys A  5

Under 12 Premier

Douglas Hall  1 Corinthian Boys 1

Under 13  Div 2

Macroom  5 Corinthian Boys  A  2

Under 13 Div  5

Corinthian Boys B 0  Douglas Hall A  7

Under 14  Premier

Cor Bots 5  Riverstown  1

Under 14  Division 1

Cor Boys  A  1  Everton 1

Under 15 Premier

Corinthian Boys  2  Douglas Hall  1

Under 15 Div 3

Leeds  1  Cor Boys A  3

Under 16 Premier

Douglas Hall  1  Cor Boys  0

Junior Champions Cup

College Corinthians   0   Park Utd.  2


Under 11

Premier Division

Lakewood Ath. 2   Corinthian Boys  3

A great team performance saw Corinthian boys win away at Lakewood. With no keeper available to Corinthian, midfielder Mikey O Connell was given a job between the posts, and a great job he did, making some great saves at vital moments of the game. In what were very heavy conditions lakewood took the lead against the run of play, but from the centre Cors boys responded straight away when great play between the very impressive pair of Rory Barron and Ben Weldon saw a lovely one two between the two as Rory Barron pulled the ball back from the byline to Ben Weldon who dummied with his right as the defender slid in and then turned onto his left and bent a beautiful curling shot left footed into the top corner of the net for 1-1. Corinthians now flying continued the create chances and made the pressure tell as again great build up play resulted in a chance for the very busy Alex Healy Byrne who finished off a lovely flowing move to finish right footed past the keeper for 1-2 and that's the way the half finished. Ten minutes into the second half saw Corinthians extended their lead through Rory Barron when a brilliantly taken corner to the near post beat the keeper for 1-3. Credit to lakewood they didn't let there heads drop and kept fighting and scored a second goal with two minutes to go for 2-3, but the away side kept the ball well for the last few minutes to see the game out and take all 3 points home.


Under 12

Premier Division

Douglas Hall  1  Corinthian Boys 1

Today's local derby against Douglas Hall was an early season top of the table clash. A win for Corinthians would have put a bit more daylight between the sides but Douglas Hall hung on to earn a well fought point in the 1-1 draw. That keeps the gap at two points between the sides.

The game started brightly for Corinthians with Tomas Hyde putting the visitors 1-0  up after just 5 minutes. Daire Burke winning possession in midfield and finding his midfield partner, Aidan Barry. Aidan went on a superb run and found Tomas on the left flank, he skipped beyond two challenges and cut inside on his right foot before unleashing a fierce drive into the far bottom corner.

No sooner had Corinthians taken the lead but were pegged back again. After winning possession on the halfway line, Douglas Hall sent a long ball forward, the Corinthians back line failed to deal with it and the opposing striker got half a yard to get his shot off and it flew in to the bottom corner. There was nothing the stand-in 'keeper Eoghan Nash could do to keep it out, although he made a good attempt with his dive across the goal.

The was only one other opportunity of note in the first half and it came Corinthians way. A good passing move found Ramon Garbos in the box but the defence scrambled it clear. 

The second half started in similar fashion with Corinthians having an early chance, this time from a corner. Andrew O'Brien was very unlucky not to beat the 'keeper with his left footed volley from just inside the box. The Douglas Hall 'keeper was definitely the busier of the two in the second half but he proved too difficult to beat, diving at Ramon's feet to save a certain goal and also making another excellent save from a low strike by Tomas Hyde.

 Douglas Hall seemed content with a point and often had five or six defenders behind the ball. Corinthians just lacked the cutting edge and composure with the final ball and the two teams shared the points.

Next week is another tough test for the Corinthians lads when St Marys make the trip across the city, hopefully we will have better luck in front of goal.


Under 13

Division 2

Macroom  5  Cor Boys A  2

Cors went down to their first defeat of the season with Macroom clinching victory with two late goals. Rhys Callinan scored for Cors .


Under 14


Corinthian Boys  5  Riverstown  1

The U14 premier team enjoyed a wining return to Castletreasure after 3 away games and two more to follow.

The team started very brightly with Ricardo Dinanga opening the scoring after just 5 minutes. This was followed quickly by the first of 2 goals from Leo Barron with pressure coming up the right wing David Fox, who worked tirelessly during the match, squared a lovely pass across the box which left Leo with a simple tap in. His second goal came just 3 minutes later after Fionn Molloy released him with a pass to the edge of the area which was finished with a left footed shot to the net.

Corinthians continued to dominate the rest of the half without adding to the scoresheet. The second half opened with Corinthians controlling possession but without any penetration despite good runs by Ricardo and David Fox.

A corner went to Scott Philpott who fired an unstoppable shot into the bottom corner, the lads relaxed and Riverstown managed to score totally against the run of play.

The game was completely finished off by a fantastic goal from Mark Hill, cutting in from the right wing, he beat two players and fired a cracking shot to the roof of the net giving the keeper no chance. A well deserved goal for Mark.

The team are away to Wilton next Sunday.

Team: R.Lombard, S.Dunlea, D.Murphy(M.Hill 55), S.Philpott, J.McFall(O'O'Keeffe45), L.Barron(K.McGowan 50), C.Murphy, F.Molloy, L.Edwards, D.Fox, R.Dinanga(R.Geaney-O'Brien 60), Subs. M.Healy, J.Holden.

Division 1

Cor Boys A 1  Everton 1

Everton went in front in the 5th minute when they scored a penalty following an unlucky hand ball in the penalty area. The lads came back into the game and equalised in the 25th minute when Ruairi Moriarty headed the ball over the Everton defence for Ben Lucey to run onto and he finished superbly. Corinthians were denied the lead just before half time when Moriarty's flick put Ben Lucey through but the Everton keeper pulled off a great save. Both teams played some entertaining football in the second half creating some good chances and Corinthians nearly scored in the last minute when Moriarty's shot was pushed onto the crossbar by the Everton keeper. Best for Corinthians were Max White, Ben Lucey, Ruairi Moriarty and Joseph Harte.

Under 15

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  2   Douglas Hall  1

Corinthians deservedly took all three points in this eagerly anticipated clash between the league's top two. It was a cagey affair for the opening minutes but Corinthians soon settled and began to play some good football. They were rewarded with the lead on 17 minutes thanks to a great strike just outside the box from Cathal Keane after a layoff from Robert Cregan. It was then that Corinthians played their best football of the day, both quick and with purpose. This play resulted in another goal, this time from a Beineon O'Brien Whitmarsh penalty after Daniel O' Donovan was brought down in the box. Douglas Hall responded though with a goal from a well taken penalty of their own, halving Corinthians' lead at the break. Both teams came out stronger in the second half and although Corinthians regained control, Douglas Hall continued to threaten from set-pieces and counter attacks. The game ended in a 2-1 victory for Corinthians, a fair result based on the performances of both teams. This win further strengthens Corinthians' position at the top of the table. Excellent performances from the whole team especially Patrick Buckley, Tony Brophy and Cathal Keane helped to ensure an important three points for Corinthians. Phentermine was able to cope even with my brutal appetite. Thanks to the drug I was able to follow the diet prescribed by the doctor and lose an extra 12 kilos. I felt good during the reception. In general, I do not regret that I decided to take pills. I would not have coped with the problem without them. There is more information on the website


Division 3

Leeds 1  Cor Boys A  3

U 15 Div 3 Leeds 1 – 3 Corinthians A

Corinthians held on for a great win against an excellent Leeds side to extend their unbeaten

start to the season. These teams know each other very well having played numerous challenge games since both teams entering schoolboy soccer u12 and it was great to see the game played in an excellent atmosphere.

Shane Twomey opened the scoring with an excellently taken effort 10 minutes into the first half, Dylan Fenton gained possession in midfield and quickly spotted Shane in space on the wing he immediately cut inside and finish from 15 yards

Corinthians having most of possession scored twice more in the first half with a fine free kick from Harvey Cummins and a well taken effort from Kevin Bohane. The second half was a completely different game with Leeds seeing a lot more of the ball and an superb effort with 25 left gave them hope, despite Leeds hitting the post Cors held on to win but will expect another though match in the return fixture Eammon Cogan Andrew O Brien Mark Fitzgibbon and Adam Casey well all super on the day   

Adam Murphy O Dwyer, Eammon Cogan, Mark Fitzgibbon, Andrew O Brien,  Kevin Bohane, , Shane Twomey, Harvey Cummins, , Dylan Fenton , Sam O Sullivan, Adam Casey, Luke Wade, Donal Maher. Odhran Murphy, Jason Clifford, Adam Callanan,





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