Match Results and Reports October 25th & 26th




FAI I Youth Cup

College Corinthians  4  Innishvilla  2

MJL League Cup

Blarney Utd.   0  College Corinthians  5

Under 11 Premier

Ringmahon Rangers  1  Corinthian Boys  4 

Under 11 Division 3

Cor Boys B  6  Churchvilla  0

Under 12 Premier League

Ringmahon Rangers 0   Corinthian Boys  6

Under 13 Premier

Corinthian Boys  4  Riverstown  2

Under 13 Div 2

Cor Boys A  0  St. Marys A  0

Under 13 Div 5

Mallow  A  2   Cor Boys  B    1

Under 14 Premier

Corinthian Boys 1  Ringmahon Rangers   1

Under 14 Division 1

Corinthian Boys A  7  Mallow Utd.  3

Under 15 Div 3

Carrigtwohill  Utd.  2  Cor Boys A  1

Under 16 Premier

Mallow Utd.  1  Corinthian Boys  1

Under 17 Premier

Leeds  3   College  Corinthians  0


Under 11

Premier Division

Rigmahon Rangers  1  Corinthian Boys  4

After two game weeks without a game Corinthian Boys were back in action with the short trip away to Ringmahon Rangers. The game was played in perfect conditions and it didn't take the visitors long to open the scoring when a defender for the home side brought down Ben Weldon just on the edge of the area. Ben Weldon dusted himself down and took the free kick himself, curling a beautiful shot around the wall and past the unsighted keeper for 1 nil. Corinthians continued to press and had a few chances to extend there lead, but some great defending kept the score at 1 nil until a few minutes to half time a great through ball by Ben Weldon set up Rory Barron who after beating a defender cut back from the by line and drilled a low shot past the keeper for 2 nil and that's how the half finished. The second half started with the away side continuing to press and a third nearly came when a stinging drive from Ben Weldon was tipped onto the bar and over by the home keeper to keep the score at 2 nil. The odd time that Ringmahon did threaten to break they were broken up by the impressive, Alex Ryan, Dylan Ryan and Eoin O' Sullivan at the back. The third goal was coming and it came from a great run down the right flank by Ugo Okankwo who beat the last defender and then rounded the advancing keeper and rolled it across the empty goal line for Rory Barron to tap in for 3 nil. With chances coming and going for the away side to extend there lead even more, but it was the home side who scored against the run of play when a long speculative shot caught out the defenders and keeper as it looped into the top corner of the net for 1-3. The away side now disappointed after giving up the clean sheet so cheaply scored within a minute or so of the restart as a great run from midfield by Alex Healy Byrne saw him drill a shot low and hard past the keeper for 1-4 and that's how the game finished with the away side deservedly taking all 3 points home with


Division 3

Corinthian Boys B  6  Churchvilla  0


Corinthians Boys had a good win but the most pleasing aspect was their style of play in winning the match.  They started well with Sean O Leary getting a goal in the first minute.  They led 3-0 at half time with some brilliant passing and movement from William Buckley, Micael O Mahony and Eoin Nagle.  

With James Fox and Shane Tobin dominant in defence Corinthians enjoyed the bulk of possession in the second half with excellent performances from Fiachra Twohig, Brian Lombard and Diarmaid O Regan allowing The birthday boy David Bennett to complete his hat trick. 

Scores: David Bennett (3), Micael O Mahony, Eoin Nagle, Sean O Leary, Brian Lombard and one OG. 

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


Under 12

Premier Division

Ringmahon Rangers  0  Corinthian Boys  6



Under 13

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys  4  Riverstown  2

Corinthians opened positively and deservedly went ahead in the ninth minute. Robert Guiney O'Brien found Michael Nason inside the box with a low pass. Nason drilled home a fine low shot with his 'weaker' left foot.

The home side were unlucky not to double their advantage shortly afterwards. However, Riverstown played their way into the match before equalising with a fine individual goal following a speedy solo run and lob after 15 minutes.

Parity remained until Matthew Healy found the roof of the net from the edge of the box. Again, the away side showed their mettle by responding positively. They forced an equaliser in the 56th minute.

Healy produced a similar effort to his first goal two minutes later. The home side began to play down time before Destiny Okonkwo added a fourth goal deep into injury time to seal victory.

Riverstown are a fine side who were unlucky not to get a draw after going level with four minutes remaining. Corinthians again displayed much determination, in particular during the final minutes after Riverstown equalised.


1. Cian O'Leary.

2. Sean Cantillon.

3. Shane Cotter.

4. Eoin Redmond.

5. Daniel Squires.

6. Joe Harte (Jack Leonard, 44 mins.)

7. George Coomber. (David O'Sullivan, 51 mins.)

8. Matthew Healy.

9. Robert Guiney O'Brien.

10. David Welch.

11. Michael Nason. (inj., Destiny Okonkwo, 23 mins.)


Division 2

Corinthian Boys A  0  St. Marys A  0

Despite the score line there was plenty  of chances and goal mount action with Corinthians shading the contest for the most part but unable to secure the breakthrough.

Under 14

Premier Division

Corinthian Boys 1  Ringmahon Rangers  1

In a keenly contested game by the first and second placed teams in the division, honours finished even when Corinthians managed to get a goal in the last 2 minutes of the game.

A match that started with Corinthians well up for the contest, they controlled the pace and possession for the first 15 minutes and were unlucky with a few chances. However, Ringmahon were coming more into the game and a shot from the edge of the box on 20 minutes ended in the net.

Try as they might Corinthians could not find an equaliser, even though the majority of the game was now being played in the Ringmahon half.. Again similar to the first half chances could not be converted.

With time running out and the Ringmahon defence under pressure the ball was played back to the goalkeeper who was left with no option but to pick it up. From the resulting indirect free kick, which was blocked by the wall, the ball broke free to David Fox who finished it to the back of the net.

A fair result in a very entertaining game, the team have an away game against Lakewood next week.

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


Division 1

Corinthian Boys A  7  Mallow  3

A magnificent display of attacking football saw Corinthians score 6 goals in the second half. The lads played against a strong breeze in the 1st half and went a goal down after 5 minutes before they settled into the game. Ben Lucey scored the equaliser just before half time with a well placed shot into the corner of net. It was all Corinthians from then on and the result was never in doubt once the lads got into full gear playing some exciting passing football. 2 more goals from Lucey and 2 from Ruairi Moriarty finished the match as a contest. Corinthians finished off the scoring through Daniel Harte with a rasping shot from 25 yards and Shane O' Reilly from close range after Ruairi Moriarty's shot rebounded off the post.



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