Match Results / Reports Feb 3rd to Feb 5th




Under 12 Premier

Carrigaline Utd.  2  Corinthian Boys 4

Under 13 Premier

Midleton  1  Corinthian Boys 1

Under 15 National Cup

Naas  0  Corinthian Boys  1

Under 15 Division 3

Kanturk 5 Cot Boys A  2

Under 17 Division 1

College Corinthians  4 Richmond 1

Under 18 Munster Youth Cup

College Corinthians 4 St. Michael 3

Munster Senior League

UCC 3  College Corinthians 1

Munster Junior League

UCC Accademicals  3  Corinthians Accademicals  0


Under 12

Premier League

Carrigaline Utd.  2  Corinthian Boys  4

Corinthians turned in their best performance of the season to claim an excellent 4-2 away win over Carriagaline Utd. First half goals from Harvey Skieters and Harry Quilligan (2) had Corinthians 3-0 to the good but Carrigaline were never going to lie down and they came back strongly to reduce the deficit to 3-2 before Robert Quirke clinched the points for Corinthians with a fine strike.


Under 13

Premier League

Midleton 1  Corinthian Boys  1

A first half goal from Alex Healy Byrne was not enough for Corinthians as they conceded late on to share the spoils with a good Midleton side. It was a fair result in the day with both sides having periods of domination without doing enough to deserve all three points.


Under 15

National Cup

Naas AFC 0  Corinthian Boys 1

A single strike from Robert Geaney O’ Brien was enough to secure Corinthians passage to the last sixteen of the National Cup, it was a very tight physical contest which Corinthians just about deserved to win.


Under 17

Division One

College Corinthians A  4  Richmond  1

Corinthians Under 17 A squad kept their fine run going with a good 4-1 win over Richmond, goals from James O’ Callaghan (2), Ruari Moriarty and Cian Jones as well as an outstanding performance from Goalkeeper Adam Murphy ensured the points went to Corinthians.


Udder 18

Munster Youth Cup

College Corinthians 4  St. Michaels Tipperary 3

An enthralling contest, which looked on a number of occasions that it was getting away from Corinthians but in the end they just about, deserved their victory. Behind three times goals from Jordan O’ Sullivan (2) and James O’ Donovan forced the fame into extra time  and Corinthians went ahead for the first time when David Nason scored from close range following a fine run from Oisin Lucais.

St Michaels pushed hard for an equalizer late on and Corinthians had to survive some nervous moments before clinching their place in the semi final. A cracking contest with St. Michaels deserving great credit for the way they for their performance.


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