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Thursday, January 31, 2019

Passage 17s v Douglas Hall 25.10.03

Passage 17s v Douglas Hall 25.10.03
Match details below
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UNDER 17 LEAGUE CUP

Passage 4 Douglas Hall 0

Echo Man of the Match Gary McCarthy scored on the double as Passage qualified for the last eight of the AUL U17 League Cup with a deserved 4-0 win over visitors Douglas Hall on Saturday. 

The Hall, playing against a stiff breeze, held Passage scoreless in the first half but the harboursiders turned on the style after the break when McCarthy (2), outstanding striker Simon McGarry and the lively Larry Lee (what a rocket!) all scored to end Douglas’s interest in the competition.


The goals flowed in the second half and the Passage haul could well have been higher. In the opening minute, only a superb penalty box tackle by outstanding defender Mark Irwin prevented O’Flaherty from capitalising on a McGarry pass. In the closing minutes, Passage midfielder David Hayes should have turned in an O’Flaherty corner but instead put his glancing header inches wide.

And, in the 56th minute, with his very first touch, sub Eoin Fitzgerald slammed the ball into the Douglas net. His effort came after a Hayes shot, from a McGarry pass, had rebounded off the post. But the celebrations were cut short when referee Tony Murphy awarded a free out for offside.

Then McGarry reached  a through ball and touched it under the advancing keeper but that man Irwin was once again well positioned and cleared the danger. And it was fellow defender Cathal Doherty who came to the Hall’s rescue in the 58th minute, booting McGarry’s header from a  corner off the line.

But the luck didn't hold and Passage went in front in the 64th minute. O’Flaherty started the move in midfield and eventually found McGarry. His penalty box cross looked for a while as it would go to waste but McCarthy arrived on time and slammed a terrific drive past keeper O'Sullivan.

The deadlock was at last broken and now the goals flowed. Passage made it 2 –0 in the 70th minute, Lee and influential sub Fitzgerald both involved on the left before the latter’s cross was swept past the Hall keeper by McGarry.

The tally rose to three five minutes later. Fitzgerald's cross, again from the left, found Lee beyond the far post and facing the corner flag. Besides, he had a defender for company but he held the ball up well before laying it back for the incoming McCarthy to drive a shot low past O'Sullivan and in by the near post.

The Hall keeper found there was nothing he could do when Lee made it 4-0 in the 80th minute. O’Flaherty advanced from his left full position and played a pass square to Lee who fired in a unstoppable 30 yard shot that swerved and dipped, so packed with power that most adult keepers would have been beaten every bit as comprehensively as was young O'Sullivan.

McCarthy, with another year to go at this grade, was a deserving winner of the Echo Man of the Match award. Quite a few Passage players played well in the second half but, in the first half, when the chips were down, he was the standout performer for the harboursiders. Definitely one to watch.

Passage: Daniel O'Leary, Keith Forde (captain), Thomas Mullane, Terence O'Sullivan, William Ashman, Gary McCarthy, Larry Lee, David Hayes, Simon McGarry, David Daly and Gavin O’Flaherty. Subs used: Eoin Fitzgerald for Mullane (55th), Oisin Hourihan for Forde (77th), Brian Collins for Daly (80th), Liam O'Sullivan and Eric Burke for McCarthy and McGarry (both 85th).
Douglas Hall: Denis O'Sullivan, Cathal Doherty, Gary Hanrahan, Barry McGrath (captain), Mark Irwin, Tim Lenihan, Eamonn Sheehy, Alan Eaton, Fergal McDonald, Cian Duffy, and Pat Walsh. Subs used: Philip O'Driscoll for Eaton (73rd), James O'Callaghan for Linehan (77th) and Shane Kavanagh for O'Sullivan (82nd).
Referee: Tony Murphy.











Douglas Hall

Passage

Gary McCarthy Man of the Match

Passage 13s 11.10.03



CORK AUL FIXTURES
Friday 8th February Ko 7.45pm
City Challenge Cup 2nd Round
City Wanderers v Glenthorn Celtic B, CIT Bishopstown, M.Barry
Saturday 9th February Ko 2.00pm
Munster Junior Cup 4th Round
Pearse Celtic A v Prospect Priory, Leaghanamore, T.McCarthy, P.O’Sullivan, Richaerd Murphy
MossieLinnane League Cup Semi Final
Grattan Utd A v  Bohemians, O Neill Pk, V.Coonan
AOH Cup 3rd Round
Village Utd v Buttevant, SilverheightsPk, P.Buckley
City Challenge Cup 2nd Round
Greenwood B v Cathedral Celtic, AlsaPk, J.O’Connor
Fairview v  Grangevale, Fairfield, G.Dolan
County Cup Quarter Finals
CFC Banteer v Springfield, Rathcoole, M.O’Flaherty
DonoughmoreAth v  Kilmichael Rovers, Donoughmore, T.Thompson
PremierLeague
Innishvilla v CarrigtwohillUtd, Knocknacurra, Innishannon, T.Cotter
Premier A League
Lakewood Ath v LeeviewAth, Ovens, M.Barry
Macroom v Rylane Celtic, Murray Field, Liam Murphy
AUL1
Dunbar Celtic v Glen Celtic, Deerpark School,P.O’Keeffe
AUL1A
Cloughduv Celtic v Strand Utd, Fr O Driscoll Pk, G.Duffy
AUL2
Knockraha v Grattan Utd, GACA Pitches, Brooklodge, D.Daunt
Hibernians v Blackpool Celtic, Shanbally,M.O’Flynn
AUL2A
Richmond v Bweeng Celtic, Garrandarragh, Wilton, B.Forde
AUL3
KillumneyUtd v Innishvilla, The Farm, B.O’Regan
AUL3A
St John Boscos v UCC, Dungourney, T.Callanan
Sunday 10th February Ko 10.45am Unless Otherwise Stated
MossieLinnane League Cup Semi Final
Coachford v Knocknaheeny Celtic, The Glebe,  P.O’Sullivan
City Challenge Cup  2nd Round
Parkview Celtic v Central Rovers, Garryduff, Liam Murphy
UCC A v Pearse Celtic B, The Farm, T.Thompson
Premier League
GlenthornCeltic v St John Boscos, GlenthornPk, V.Coonan
AUL1A
Temple Utd v Rathcoole Rovers, Temple Pk, P.O’Keeffe
AUL2
Blackstone Rovers v  CarrigtwohillUtd, Fairfield, M.O’Flaherty
AUL3
Ballinhassig v Ard Na Laoi,  Gortnagloughh, M.O’Flynn
Lakewood Ath v Macroom, Ovens, 2.00pm, T.Callanan
AUL3A
Watergrasshillutd v Greenmount Rangers, Skehanagh, B.Noonan


Wednesday, January 30, 2019

Maymount Celtic 17s v Corbally 31.01.04

Maymount Celtic 17s v Corbally 31.01.04
Match details below
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 FAI U17 CUP quarter-final

Maymount Celtic 4 Corbally 3
(after extra time)

An extra time own goal sent Maymount Celtic into the semi-finals of the FAI Under 17 Cup. But that’s not the only reason their Killowen quarter-final against Limerick visitors Corbally will be remembered.

And remembered for a long time by the northside club whose juniors have a big date in the FAI Junior Cup next Sunday. Maymount were 3-1 down with six minutes to go and it looked all over. Besides, they were playing with nine against ten, after referee Damien O'Mahony had red carded three players following a late flare up.

Then a sensational free kick strike by midfield ace Alan King sparked a revival. Defender Simon Hedderman equalised in the final minute of normal time and extra time belonged to Maymount but that winner didn't come until nine minutes into the second period.

Before the comeback, the wind had been the big talking point. It was very strong indeed and made it almost impossible to play decent football and was a factor when the Limerick lads struck the front in the 9th minute.

Corbally full back Paul Conway stepped up to take a free from the half-way line and there didn't seem much danger. But his booming kick gathered momentum in the wind and soared past keeper Jamie Clerkin and into the top of the net.

Conway had a few more similar attempts but never got close again. Indeed, the Limerick team didn't push home their early advantage and Maymount, even against the wind, gradually got back into it.

They came close enough midway through but Jamie Meehan's shot on the turn, after a good move, was too high. King’s free kicks would prove troublesome for the visitors and that potential was first shown on the half hour when the Limerick keeper did well to punch one away from striker Howard Coakley.

The first half really wasn't all that great but Corbally came close to a second goal, after a defensive slip-up near halfway. Colm Carroll got clean away but up the right and his low cross came to Niall Butterfield but his effort was deflected out for a corner, which hit a post before being cleared.

Maymount were looking for an early second half goal to put the pressure on their visitors and they got it within seconds. In the opening minute, half-time sub Anthony Fenton rose in the box to head home a King corner for the equaliser.

But Fenton wasn't as happy ten minutes later. He fouled Carroll in the box and Butterfield converted the spotter to put the Corbally lads back in front.

The goal was a big setback to the Cork side and they almost lost another on the hour. Then striker Butterfield got in a close range head from a corner but keeper Clerkin made a fine save and fortunately the loose ball fell to a colleague who cleared.

Maymount, of course, weren’t giving up the ghost and came close themselves in the 72nd minute. Then Duggan found King on the left and his powerful drive was deflected out for a corner.

But it did look all up for the Cork team when Corbally scored their best goal in the 76th minute. Defender Adrian Hyland was forward for a free kick. The ball broke to him and his top class 24 yard drive fairly flew past keeper Clerkin.

Referee Damien O'Mahony and his linesmen had their hands full with an 83rd minute incident in the Corbally goalmouth. Quite a few players were involved and the referee first sent off a Maymount player and soon afterwards one from each side followed.

The excitement wasn't finished. Neither were Maymount. In the 84th minute, King’s free kick from the left flew past motionless keeper McCormack and was still flying as it hit the net.

Hope was restored but receded a little in the 85th minute when defender Hedderman got his head to a King free but there was little enough power in it and McCormack saved.

Hedderman though was keen to make up for the miss, if such it was. With two minutes to go, he raced across the defence to reach a cross by sub Lenny Baker but his shot on the turn, a powerful effort, was deflected out for a corner.

But there was no deflecting his next effort, that last minute equaliser. Then his powerful low shot from the left crashed past the Corbally keeper and into the far corner to make it 3-3.

Maymount were against the wind, no longer quite as strong, in the first period of extra time and played cautiously enough, allowing their visitors no chances.

It was a different story in the second period, the nine man Cork side in a hurry to finish it off. They almost did it in the opening second when Gettings volleyed wide after King had tried to beat the keeper from the kick off. Seconds later, still in the first minute, King himself got through but lifted his effort well over.

In the 3rd minute, Cullinane threaded the ball through to Meehan. He slipped past his marker and his angled shot beat the keeper but rolled inches wide of the far post.

In the 8th minute, sub Gettings raced up the right and let fly. Keeper McCormack scurried to his near post and pushed the ball behind for a corner.

The keeper also raced to his near post in the next minute to deal with another well placed King free. But the ball broke in the six yard box and in, the confusion, an under pressure defender hooked it into his own net to bring the curtain down on this thriller.

A satisfactory afternoon's work for the Cork side but the sendings off and the suspensions that will undoubtedly follow could yet hinder their bid for national glory.

Maymount Celtic: Jamie Clerkin, Darren O’Regan, Simon Hedderman, John O'Sullivan (captain), Kelvin O'Leary, Jamie Meehan, Alan King, Ian Cullinane, Gary Kerrigan, Howard Coakley and Daniel Duggan. Subs: Anthony Fenton, Richard Gettings and Lenny Baker.
Corbally: Patrick McCormack, Adrian Hyland, Paul Conway, David Owens, Cian Hunt (captain), Dean Earls, Fergal O’Connell, Sean Cronin, Colm Carroll, Niall Butterfield, and Darren Hanley. Subs: Ian Dunworth, Mike O’Brien, Neil McDermott, Mark Sheehan and Jamie Tier. 
Referee: Damien O'Mahony




Maymount Celtic




Corbally


Tuesday, January 29, 2019

Maymount Celtic v Glenmore Dundrum 4.1.04

Maymount Celtic v  Glenmore Dundrum 4.1.04
Details below
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Glenmore Dundrum

Maymount Celtic 3 Glenmore Dundrum 2
Teenage substitute Jamie Meehan was the hero for Maymount Celtic when he rose to head a corner ball that was perfectly delivered by Stephen McAuliffe into the back of the net with only seconds remaining to give the youthful Cork side a thrilling 3-2 win over Dublin visitors Glenmore Dundrum at O'Sullivan Park in Sunday’s Statoil FAI Junior Cup tie.

This game was a cracker, with the two sides giving total commitment. It was Maymount’s youth against Glenmore’s experience with the home side running out winners in the end. Maymount players and supporters were ecstatic as they celebrated their marvellous victory over a good Dublin outfit that made it very difficult for the home side over the 90 minutes.

It didn't look so good for the Cork side after just five minutes. Then they failed to clear a corner and John Bennett’s toe poke put the visitors in front.

The equaliser wasn't long in coming. In the 14th Garry Leahy did very well on the right after he slipped beyond Glenmore’s full back Ciaran Wise to thread a dangerous ball into the box. Glenmore’s defence could not cope with his delivery and Howard Coakley was on hand to bang the ball into the back of the net.

Maymount were applying a fair bit of pressure at this stage. Garry Leahy rose high but headed narrowly over from a Paul Hogan cross in the 19th minute but had major consolation in the half hour when, following a spell of Maymount pressure, he blasted the ball past keeper Ciaran Smyth to put the home side ahead.

Glenmore came out fighting after the break and there were chances missed at each end before home keeper Stephen Jones made the save of the day in the 64th minute, stretching every muscle in his arm to turn over a glancing header by Robert Kiely.

The excitement mounted. Each team had a player dismissed in the 69th minute. Maymount were under pressure, with both Ronan Corrigan and Ciaran Wise (hit the bar) going close for the visitors while, at the other end, keeper Smyth did well to save from Coakley and Corcoran.

But Maymount began to retreat further as the game drew towards its end and paid the penalty in the 85th minute when Corrigan headed on for Robert Kiely to blast home from close range. But Maymount are a never say die outfit and young Meehan illustrated that with his thumping last gasp header that knocked the wind out of the visitors and sent Maymount into the last 32 for the first time ever.

Maymount: Stephen Jones, Conor Corcoran, Paul Hogan, Raymond Murphy, Jonathan Callaghan, Niall Dalton, Stephen McAuliffe, Derek Driscoll, Damien Morey, Garry Leahy and Howard Coakley. Subs:  Jamie Meehan for Garry Leahy 79 mins, Thomas Flynn for Derek Driscoll 82 mins.

Maymount

Monday, January 28, 2019

Maymount Celtic v Tramore Athletic U17s 9.11.03

Maymount Celtic v Tramore Athletic U17s 9.11.03
Some details below
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Man of Match: Howard Coakley

Maymount

FAI UNDER 17 CUP story two
Maymount Celtic 2 Tramore Athletic 0
(after extra time)

Goals in the 117th and 119th minutes gave Maymount Celtic a just about deserved 2-0 extra time win over visitors Tramore Athletic in Sunday’s Snickers FAI Under 17 Cup game at Killowen.

Maymount, with Echo man of the match Howard Coakley a handful, caused problems for Tramore all through, and came very close in the 57th minute when a Lloyd Crowley header from a corner was cleared off the line. Coakley went close a few more times but Tramore keeper Roy Heaphy was in great form.

Heaphy  was finally by Leonard Baker shot from distance. Two minutes later, Maymount’s substitute Anthony O’Callaghan’s 20 yard shot put the game beyond Tramore’s reach.

Maymount’s Howard Coakley combined work-rate and skill. He was always a thorn in Tramore’s side, always willing to have a shot and deserved his man of the match award.


Tramore

Murphy's Irish Stout Premier League
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Knocknaheeny Cel A 5 5 0 0 16 3 15
Coachford 7 5 0 2 22 12 15
Pearse Cel A 8 4 2 2 23 15 14
Glenthorn Cel A 6 3 2 1 11 12 11
Grattan Utd A 4 2 1 1 10 6 7
Innishvilla 7 2 1 4 10 14 7
St John Boscos A 6 2 1 3 10 15 7
Carrigtohill Utd A 8 2 0 6 8 19 6
Village Utd 6 1 1 4 6 15 4
Bohemians 5 1 0 4 6 11 3
Murphy's Irish Stout Premier A League
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Waterloo 10 8 0 2 36 11 24
Macroom A 9 7 0 2 28 16 21
Kanturk 8 6 2 0 19 7 20
Greenwood A 9 3 4 2 18 14 13
Lakewood Ath A 7 3 2 2 20 13 11
Tower 7 2 1 4 7 9 7
Leeview Ath A 10 2 0 8 12 34 6
Buttevant  6 1 1 4 5 14 4
Rylane Cel 8 0 0 8 9 36 0
Murphy's Irish Stout League 1
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Glen Cel 10 9 1 0 30 11 28
Corkbeg 10 6 1 3 26 25 19
Dunbar Cel 7 3 1 3 10 10 10
City Wanderers 5 3 0 2 13 8 9
Central Rovers 9 2 3 4 23 26 9
UCC A 9 2 2 5 20 25 8
Springfield 9 1 4 4 15 21 7
Cathedral Cel 9 2 0 7 13 24 6
Murphy's Irish Stout League 1A
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Rathcoole Rover 10 6 4 0 29 13 22
Donoughmore Ath 9 6 2 1 25 13 20
Temple Utd 9 5 1 3 16 14 16
Fairview 11 3 4 4 12 15 13
CFC Banteer 10 3 3 4 18 20 12
Strand Utd 12 3 2 7 13 24 11
Cloughduv Cel 11 1 2 8 10 24 5
Murphy's Irish Stout League 2
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Blackpool Cel 10 7 1 2 29 17 22
Hibernians 11 5 3 3 20 15 18
Carrigtohill Utd B 9 5 2 2 17 12 17
Knockraha 11 5 1 5 17 19 16
Grattan Utd B 10 3 3 4 15 16 12
Blackstone Rvs 11 2 2 7 14 25 8
Churchvilla 6 1 0 5 9 17 3
Murphy's Irish Stout League 2A
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
South Coast Ath 14 12 1 1 53 10 37
Bweeng Cel 15 10 2 3 41 26 32
Kilmichael Rvs 12 8 2 2 32 14 26
Glenthorn Cel B 11 7 0 4 39 17 21
Richmond 13 6 0 7 29 37 18
Leeview Ath B 19 5 0 14 19 47 15
Knocknaheeny Cel B 18 0 1 17 5 67 1
Murphy's Irish Stout League 3
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Killumney Utd 14 9 5 0 47 16 32
Innishvilla B 11 5 4 2 21 20 19
Macroom B 10 5 2 3 21 19 17
Lakewood Ath B 11 4 3 4 20 15 15
Los Zarcos 10 2 6 2 18 18 12
Ard-na-Laoi 12 3 3 6 28 29 12
Ballinhassig 12 0 1 11 12 50 1
Murphy's Irish Stout League 3A
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Grangevale 9 9 0 0 29 6 27
Watergrasshill  9 7 0 2 18 10 21
St John Boscos B 8 6 1 1 19 6 19
Castleview 9 5 2 2 17 13 17
UCC B 11 5 1 5 16 23 16
Pearse Cel B 12 3 2 7 14 18 11
Greenmount Rngs 10 2 0 8 11 20 6
Greenwood B 10 2 0 8 15 29 6
Parkview Cel A 10 1 2 7 12 26 5

Notice to Clubs
Clubs are reminded that the transfer deadline is Thursday 31st January 2019. After this date no more transfers will be possible for the rest of the season. Transfer forms and transfer applications on FAINET are to be with the registrar no later than this date. Hand delivered forms are not accepted. No Exceptions
Clubs are reminded that players can still be signed / registered up to and on the 31st March 2019 as long as they have signed for no other club in the current season.
Thank you.
Kevin o Mahony
Hon Registrar Cork AUL.

MUNSTER JUNIOR CUP 5 th Round Draw 2018-2019 
Pearse Celtic or Prospect Priory v Avondale Utd
Sporting Ennistymon v Kilmallock Utd
Piltown v Geraldines
St Michael’s v Lakewood Ath 
Carrick Utd “A” v Broadford Utd
Regional Utd v Newmarket Celtic
Pike Rvs v Hibernians
Grattan Utd v Ballynanty Rvs
 Games to take place on or before 16 th/17th February 2019. 

Quarter Final Draw 2018-2019
Sporting Ennistymon or Kilmallock Utd v St Michael’s or Lakewood Ath 
Regional Utd or Newmarket Celtic v Pearse Celtic or Prospect Priory or Avondale Utd
Carrick Utd “A” or Broadford Utd v Pike Rvs or Hibernians
Piltown or Geraldines v Grattan Utd or Ballynanty Rvs
Games to take place on or before 9th/10th March 2019

Sunday, January 27, 2019

Cork Youth Results & Tables

Friday, January 25
Teddy Healy Cup quarter-final: Blarney United 6 Fermoy 1.

Saturday, January 26
Munster Youths Cup fourth round: Douglas Hall 2 Killorglin 2 (aet, Killorglin won 5-4 on penalties).
Murphy Cup first round: Mayfield United 4 Leeside 1.
Seán Williams Memorial Cup second round: Carrigaline United A 0 Kinsale 6, Kilreen Celtic 3 Midleton 2, Kilworth Celtic 2 Bandon 3 (aet), Macroom 5 Youghal United 0.

Sunday, January 27
Teddy Healy Cup quarter-finals: Ringmahon Rangers 0 Douglas Hall 2, St Mary’s v Springfield Ramblers.
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 Super Cup quarter-finals: Kanturk 4 Carrigaline United A 0, Riverstown 3 St Mary’s 3 (aet, St Mary’s won 5-4 on penalties).
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 League 1A: Carrigaline United B 1 Greenwood 1, Carrigtwohill United 3 Innishvilla 1, Watergrasshill United 1 College Corinthians 3.
Munster Youths Cup fourth round: Villa (Waterford) 0 Springfield Ramblers 0 (aet, Villa won 5-4 on penalties), Charleville 2 College Corinthians 0.
Murphy Cup first round: Coachford 0 Greenwood 5, Lakewood Athletic 0 Carrigaline United 2.
Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1A: Avondale United 2 Everton 5.

Daly Industrial Supplies U17 Premier League

P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
St Mary's
9
8
0
1
32
11
21
24
College Corinthians
9
7
1
1
27
11
16
22
Douglas Hall
9
5
0
4
26
15
11
15
Blarney United
10
5
0
5
22
20
2
15
Carrigaline United
9
4
0
5
25
23
2
12
Springfield Ramblers
11
3
1
7
22
43
-21
10
Fermoy
9
0
0
9
16
47
-31
0









Daly Industrial Supplies U17 League 1
Kilreen Celtic
12
11
0
1
49
20
29
33
Castleview
15
8
4
3
67
37
30
28
Ringmahon Rangers
13
9
1
3
47
23
24
28
Coachford
14
9
1
4
45
33
12
28
Blarney United
15
7
4
4
44
38
6
25
Midleton
16
7
1
8
31
49
-18
22
Carrigaline United
16
4
3
9
29
48
-19
15
Springfield Ramblers
12
4
2
6
22
29
-7
14
Kanturk
11
3
4
4
27
27
0
13
Ballincollig
14
2
3
9
21
34
-13
9
Riverstown
15
2
3
10
20
53
-33
9
Wilton United
11
2
2
7
16
27
-11
8









Daly Industrial Supplies U17 League 1A
St Mary's
11
7
3
1
34
16
18
24
Carrigtwohill United
12
7
3
2
25
14
11
24
Greenwood
8
6
2
0
28
9
19
20
College Corinthians
11
5
3
3
33
18
15
18
Corkbeg
12
5
1
6
22
27
-5
16
Innishvilla
11
5
1
5
22
29
-7
16
Watergrasshill United
12
4
0
8
24
26
-2
12
Douglas Hall
12
2
4
6
23
41
-18
10
Carrigaline United
13
0
3
10
18
49
-31
3

Daly Industrial Supplies U18 Premier League

P
W
D
L
F
A
GD
Pts
Greenwood
10
7
2
1
31
13
18
23
College Corinthians
9
7
0
2
32
12
20
21
Carrigaline United
8
6
1
1
28
8
20
19
Springfield Ramblers
10
5
2
3
22
21
1
17
Lakewood Athletic
8
4
0
4
16
8
8
12
Coachford
9
4
0
5
21
20
1
12
Blarney United
11
1
0
10
8
43
-35
3
Mayfield United
9
0
1
8
6
39
-33
1









Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1
Springfield Ramblers
11
9
2
0
36
11
25
29
Lakewood Athletic
13
9
1
3
43
16
27
28
Douglas Hall
12
8
3
1
33
9
24
27
Midleton
12
8
2
2
39
9
30
26
Leeside
13
7
2
4
36
33
3
23
Watergrasshill United
13
4
4
5
19
27
-8
16
Leeds
13
4
2
7
19
38
-19
14
Youghal United
13
4
1
8
31
32
-1
13
Rockmount
12
3
1
8
24
39
-15
10
Carrigtwohill United
13
2
0
11
17
47
-30
6
Passage
11
1
0
10
12
48
-36
3









Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1A
Park United
16
12
1
3
81
28
53
37
Mallow United
12
11
0
1
47
10
37
33
Macroom
11
6
4
1
37
26
11
22
Castleview
16
7
1
8
51
42
9
22
Riverstown
13
7
0
6
32
31
1
21
Kinsale
13
7
0
6
41
45
-4
21
Bandon
13
6
3
4
26
31
-5
21
Carrigaline United
14
6
1
7
38
39
-1
19
Kilreen Celtic
12
4
1
7
30
39
-9
13
Kilworth Celtic
16
3
3
10
23
47
-24
12
Avondale United
17
3
1
13
27
78
-51
10
Everton
11
1
3
7
14
31
-17
6