Match Results / Reports October 15th & 16th




Under 12 Premier


Castleview 0  Corinthian Boys  3

Under 12 Division 2

Strand Utd.  1 Cor Boys A  1

Under 12 Division 5

Cor Boys B  1  Blarney Utd. A  1

Under 12 Division 7

Riverstown B  0 Corinthian Boys  C  7

Under 13 Premier

Mallow Utd.  2  Cor Boys  1

Under 14 Premier

Midleton  1  Corinthian Boys  0

Under 14 Div 2

 Cor Boys A 4 Ringmahon Rangers 1

Under 15 Premier

Corinthian Boys  5  St. Marys  0


Under 16 Premier

 Blarney Utd. 0 Corinthian Boys  A  3

Under 16 Division 1

Corinthian Boys A 5   Kinsale 1

Under 17 Premier

Innishvilla   College Corinthians   OFF

Under 17 Div 1

Passage Utd.  College Corinthians A   OFF

Under 18 FAI Youth Cup


 Midleton  2  College Corinthians  6

Under 18 Youth League Div 1

College Corinthians A 2   St Marys A 3

FAI Junior Cup

Ringmahon Rangers 3 College Corinthians  2


Munster Junior League

Wilton  6  Corinthians Accademicals  1


Under 12

Division 6

Corinthian Boys B  1  Blarney Utd A  1

Corinthians shared the spoils with Blarney in a very enjoyable Division 6 contest.  Corinthians will rue several missed chances which cost them the three points. Liam Healy scored for Corinthians  and Cathal Buckley, Eoin Sexton and Scriminger were the pick of the Corinthians side.


Division 7

Riverstown B  0  Cor Boys C  7

Corinthians C got back on the winning trail this morning with a comfortable win over Riverstown. Goals from Davin Cogan, Dean Cahill, Jamie Buckley, Colm Horan and Mark Twohig  proved too much for a gallant Riverstown side.


Under 14

Division 2

Corinthian Boys A  4  Ringmahon Rangers  1

Despite the concession of am earl goal and a missed penalty Corinthians came from behind to get the better of Ringmahon Rangers. Goals from regular marksmen Daniel O’ Regan (2) and Guillame Lucais (2) proved too much for a spirited Ringmahon side.


Under 15


 Corinthian Boys  5  St. Marys  0

Corinthians turned in an excellent team performance to get the better of a strong St. Marys side. Goals from George Coomber (2), Jack Leonard, Robert Geaney O’ Brien and Mathew Healy and some excellent defensive work by  led by the outstanding Sean Cantillon paved the way for this victory.


Under 16


Blarney Utd. 0  Corinthian Boys 3

We maintained our 100% league record with a comfortable 3-0 win away to Blarney. We began brightly and Alex Minihane continued his scintillating form with the opening goal after 5 minutes, a well taken effort from the edge of the Blarney box.

Despite this good start and having numerous chances to build on our lead the score remained 1-0 at halftime. In the second half we picked up the tempo and our passing was quicker. The second goal arrived when Ricardo finished off a brilliant flowing move which began with a free kick on the edge of our own box and ended with Scott Philpott slipping Ricardo in who made no mistake to give us a two goal lead. The same player added a third soon after and the points were made secure. Best in the day were Alex Minihane, Sean Dunlea and Daragh O Connell.  Up next is a crucial game away to Ringmahon Rangers.


Division One

Cor Boys A  5  Kinsale  2

Corinthians made it five wins in a row with a fine team performance resulting in a good win over Kinsale, goals from James Adenaire, Piarse O’ Halloran, Andrew Kelleher and Ruari Moriarty (2)  made sure that Corinthians were always in control and deserved the three points.


Youth Section

FAI Yout Cup

Midleton  2  College Corinthians  6

Corinthians were made to work hard for this latest Cup victory against a good Midleton who worked hard throughout the match ensuring a lively contest.  Encouragingly from Corinthians point of view their six goals were shared throughout the team with David Nason, Joe Duggan, Jordan O’ Sullivan, Eddie Healy, Stephen Fox and Patrick O’ Callaghan on the scoresheet.



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