Match Results and Reports October 11th & 12th





Under 12 Premier

Corinthian Boys 4  St. Marys  0

Under 13 Premier

Rinmahon Rangers  1  Corinthian Boys  5

Under 14  Premier

Wilton  0  Cor Boys  5

Under 14  Division 1

Kilreen Celtic  1  Cor Boys  A  6

Under 14 Dv  5

Blarney Utd. A  3  Corinthian Boys  B  0

Under 16 Premier

Cor Boys  0  Wilton  5

Under 16 Div 2

Everton  6  Cor Boys A  1

Under 16 Div  3

Cor Boys B  1  Carrigtwohill  3

Under 17 National Cup

Evergreen  College Corinthians   

Under 17 Div 1

College Cors A  0  Ballincollig  5

Under 18 Premier

Everton  College Corinthians

FAI Junior Cup

Leeview  5  College Corinthians  1

Munster Senior League Premier Division

Douglas Hall  2  College Corinthians  1


Under 12

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  4  St. Marys  0

On a lovely sunny afternoon, the U12 Premier Team cruised to a 4-0 victory over visitors St Marys. It was arguably their best performance of the season with a perfect blend of defence and attack on display.

Captain Jack Anthony controlled his backline well, but with his fellow centre back, Eoghan Nash playing so well after his stint in goal last week it was made easier. Andrew O'Brien and Robert Walsh started in the full back positions and both showed their playmaking skills from there, with some perfect passing out of defence to start most of the attacks.

After about 15 minutes of the half striker Brandon Idah got his name on the scoresheet. Some brilliant work on the right wing from Luke O'Leary to win a corner, Rob Walsh put an excellent cross in and all Brandon had to do was tap it home at the back post.

Within 10 minutes it was 2-0 when Tomas Hyde combined again with Rob Walsh on the left after Daire Burke had won possession and played it through to Tomas. Play was switched through the midfield with Aidan Barry linking up as well, before finally Tomas cut it back on to his right foot to belt a strike into the near corner from the edge of the box. The 'keeper well beaten, but a deflection along the way made it even harder for him.

In the second half Tomas got his second when he was on hand to tap it in at the far post after a lovely team move. Andrew winning possession and combining with Luke and Aidan before the cross was delivered and Tomas duly finished. Soon after, Brandon made it 4-0, again good play from Andrew and Luke set Brandon on his way, and after breaking free of the defence he fired low and hard across the keeper from inside the right hand side of the box in to the far bottom corner.

There were many more chances to extend the lead further and Corinthians always looked in control of the game. A fantastic result to keep the 2 point gap at the top of the table and a great way to prepare for the National Cup match next week away to Douglas Hall. Very good, mild antidepressant. I was prescribed by a psychotherapist when I went to the clinic with panic attacks and terrible tachycardia. Panic attacks tormented me for almost half a year. Xanax was prescribed in the complex, but as the main drug. The action began to be felt after a few days. The sleep began to normalize and panic attacks began to come less often. In addition, the performance of Paxil was not affected in any way. More information on


Under 13

Premier Division

Ringmahon Rangers  1 Cor Boys 5

A fourth minute corner by Gearge Coomber direct to the net set the scene for a dream start for the visitors. Three minutes later, Eoin Redmond headed a dangerous ball out of the Corinthians box clear of danger towards Shane Cotter who passed to Matthew Healy. He  set Robert Guiney O'Brien free to complete an exquisite team move to the net. Daniel Meade scored in the tenth minute following some determined Corinthian's play in the Ringmahon penalty box.

A spirited comeback by Ringmahon for much of the remainder of the first half was curtailed by excellent Corinthians tackling throughout the pitch demonstrating the fierce determination displayed by the boys in blue from the very first minute.

Six minutes into the second half, Mark Redmond set Guiney O'Brien away again with a long pass from his own half. The centre forward delivered again after a strong run to effectively seal the match at 0 – 4. Ringmahon showed why they are such a fine side by continuing to go forward. They got their reward in the 48th minute with an excellent free kick which rocketed into the Corinthian's net. 

Daniel Meade restored the four goal advantage which was retained to the final whistle, resulting in a very fine victory.

1. Cian O'Leary.

2. Michael Nason.(Sean Cantillon, 39 minutes).

3. Shane Cotter.

4. Eoin Redmond.

5. Daniel Squires.

6. Joe Harte.

7. Daniel Meade.

8. Matthew Healy.

9. George Coomber. (Destiny Okonkwo).

10. Robert Guiney O'Brien.

11.Mark Redmond.(Jack Leonard,38 minutes).


Under 14

Premier Division

Wilton  0  Corinthian Boys  5  

The U14 premier team turned in a very dominant display which was not really reflected on the scoreboard.

The scoring was opened inside the 1st minute when good play down the right wing:resulted in Ricardo Dinanga swinging a lovely cross which eluded the defence and fell to Fionn Molloy who finished it with a super left footed strike past the keeper.

Despite being on top throughout the half a lot of chances were not converted as Wilton packed their defence and the score remained 1 nil.

The only major change in the second half was Corinthians became even more dominant and increased the pressure on the Wilton defence. They eventually conceded a free kick on the edge of the box which was hammered home by Scott Phillpott.

The subs coming on during the second half all acquitted themselves very well, with Oisin O’Keeffe and Mark Hill making great ground down the right wing and Killian McGowan making some powerful runs down the left giving his marker a difficult time.

The scoring continued with a powerful shot by Ricardo going in off the underside of the crossbar. These were followed by two goals from David Fox, who finished both in a very clinical fashion. Corinthians continued to press with a number of last ditch clearances by Wilton keeping the score to 5.

It was also great to have Jeff Holden making his season debut following a number of weeks out through injury.

The teams attention turns to National Cup next week with a difficult away fixture to Douglas Hall.

Team: R Lombard, D.Murphy (O.O’Keeffe 45), J.McFall, S.Philpott, L.Barron, D.Fox, S.Dunlea(M.Hill 35), C.Murphy, R.Dinanga(J.Holden 60) , F.Molloy, L.Edwards(K.McGowan 55)

Div 1

Kilreen Celtic  1  Cor Boys A  6

Corinthians ran out easy winners against Kilreen in Ballyphehane Park on Sunday, scoring 6 goals playing some excellent attacking football. Shane O'Reilly put the lads on there way after 10 minutes when he scored from close range from a David Cotter cross. Cathal Crowley scored the second with a powerful header from a corner and David Cotter added another on the stroke of half time. Andrew Greany made it 4 with a fine header. Kilreen pulled one back but the lads scored again when David Cotter scored the goal of the match with a superb lob over the keeper from a tight angle. Andrew Greany scored his second in the final minute.


Under 18

College Corinthians  6  Carrigaline Utd.  0

Corinthian Gurls made it two wins from two games played with a comfortable win over Carrigaline Utd.



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