Cork AUL

All the news from the Murphy's Stout Cork AUL and the DISC Cork Youths Soccer Leagues here: fixtures, tables, cup draws and more.
See also the links below (on right) for the Cork Youths Website and the AUL website. Also stay in touch with the soccer pages in the Evening Echo. See my old photos in many posts below and also at
http://www.flickr.com/photos/corkbilly (search under AUL).

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Greenmount Rangers v Villa Utd 07.03.04

Greenmount Rangers v Villa Utd 07.03.04
Match details below

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Greenmount

PREMIER 

Greenmount Rangers 1 Villa United 3

Villa Utd turned on the style in the final quarter and scored three goals as the promoted outfit came from behind to defeat Greenmount Rangers 3-1 in the Murphy’s Stout AUL Premier League.

Greenmount were a goal up at the break and probably deserved their lead, even though Brendan Cronin's goal was a soft one and Willie Harris had missed an earlier sitter for the ESB Grounds visitors.

Harris also missed another easy looking chance early in the second half as Villa continued to drive forward. They were then helped by the sending off of a Greenmount midfielder who picked up his second yellow 18 minutes into the second half.

Greenmount boss John Shine, with just one sub on the line, had to reshuffle. Villa introduced two handy subs in Paddy O’Shea and Liam Dennehy. Liam equalised and scored the late clincher and in between Alan O’Connor raced through for a beauty.

Rangers, despite distinguishing themselves with two fine runs in the FAI and MFA Cups, are without a league win this season. They started brightly and had chances as Damien O'Neill, playing at centre-forward, won some good balls in the air, though marker John Paul Murphy didn't make it easy.

Rangers were winning their share of frees, most of them a few yards outside the box, but neither Brendan Cronin nor O'Neill was able to find the target.

The Greenmount opener came from a 27th minute corner. It was half cleared and fell to Cronin. His crisp low 30 yarder wasn't his greatest shot ever but found the target.

The visitors have a high sense of self belief and stepped up their quest for an equaliser, coming close 12 minutes into the second half when O’Connor raced across his ball watching marker only to see his flicked effort come back off the far post and Harris’s follow-up cleared off the line by Gearoid O'Leary.

And there was more punishment for Rangers in the 68th minute. Then O'Shea's header came back off the far post and fellow sub Liam Dennehy scored after a couple of attempts.

Breen saved well from Alan O’Connor in the 75th minute but he and his defence were completely outfoxed by the Villa man as he raced his way through, with pace and control, to put them ahead in the 80th minute.

Villa then had a full back sent off (84th) and Greenmount’s Michael O'Leary and O’Neill went close with headers before Villa wrapped it up with three minutes to go.

A Greenmount defender, the last man back, pulled down sub O’Shea and referee John Thompson issued the red card. Alan O’Connor took the free before Rangers were organised and sent Dennehy in to beat Breen to make the final score 3-1.

Greenmount Rangers: Eamon Breen, Pat Tynan, Damien O'Neill, Shane McSweeney, Ger Long, Gearoid O’Leary, Chris Irwin, Donal O’Shea, Darren Gubbins, Mick O'Leary and Brendan Cronin.
Villa Utd: Stephen Clarke, David Knowles, Michael O’Connor, Paul Donovan, John Paul Murphy Keith Shaw, John Betts, Paul Murphy, Alan O’Connor, Kevin Betts and William Harris. Subs used: Paddy O’Shea and Liam Dennehy for P. Murphy and Harris (both 60th minute).
Referee: John Thompson.












Villa

Murphy's Irish Stout Premier League
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Pearse Cel A 7 4 2 1 22 11 14
Knocknaheeny Cel A 4 4 0 0 12 2 12
Coachford 5 3 0 2 15 12 9
Glenthorn Cel A 5 2 2 1 8 10 8
St John Boscos  A 5 2 1 2 10 12 7
Innishvilla 6 2 1 3 8 11 7
Carrigtohill Utd A 6 2 0 4 6 13 6
Grattan Utd A 3 1 1 1 6 5 4
Bohemians 4 1 0 3 6 7 3
Village Utd 5 0 1 4 4 14 1
Murphy's Irish Stout Premier A League
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Macroom A 9 7 0 2 28 16 21
Waterloo 8 6 0 2 33 11 18
Kanturk 7 5 2 0 16 5 17
Greenwood A 8 3 4 1 16 11 13
Lakewood Ath A 6 2 2 2 16 11 8
Tower 6 2 1 3 7 8 7
Leeview Ath A 10 2 0 8 12 34 6
Buttevant  5 1 1 3 5 12 4
Rylane Cel 7 0 0 7 7 32 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 8 2 2 4 20 23 8
UCC A 7 2 1 4 15 19 7
Springfield 9 1 4 4 15 21 7
Cathedral Cel 8 1 0 7 10 22 3
Murphy's Irish Stout League 1A
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Rathcoole Rover 9 6 3 0 25 7 21
Donoughmore Ath 9 6 2 1 25 13 20
Temple Utd 9 5 1 3 16 14 16
Fairview 11 3 4 4 10 15 13
CFC Banteer 10 3 3 4 18 20 12
Strand Utd 11 3 1 7 9 20 10
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 10 4 1 5 15 19 13
Grattan Utd B 9 3 2 4 14 15 11
Blackstone Rvs 9 2 1 6 13 22 7
Churchvilla 6 1 0 5 9 17 3
Murphy's Irish Stout League 2A
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
South Coast Ath 13 11 1 1 49 9 34
Bweeng Cel 15 10 2 3 41 26 32
Kilmichael Rvs 13 8 2 3 33 19 26
Glenthorn Cel B 11 7 0 4 39 17 21
Richmond 11 6 0 5 27 28 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 12 7 5 0 40 14 26
Macroom B 10 5 2 3 21 19 17
Innishvilla B 10 4 4 2 18 18 16
Lakewood Ath B 10 4 3 3 19 13 15
Ard-na-Laoi 11 3 3 5 26 26 12
Los Zarcos 10 2 6 2 18 18 12
Ballinhassig 11 0 1 10 11 45 1
Murphy's Irish Stout League 3A
Pld W D L GF GA Pts
Grangevale 8 8 0 0 26 6 24
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 9 4 1 4 15 20 13
Pearse Cel B 12 3 2 7 14 18 11
Greenmount Rngs 8 2 0 6 10 17 6
Parkview Cel A 10 1 2 7 12 26 5
Greenwood B 9 1 0 8 13 28 3

Sunday, January 13, 2019

Cork Youth Results & Tables



Friday, January 11
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 Premier League: Blarney United 5 Springfield Ramblers 3.

Saturday, January 12
Daly Industrial Supplies U18 Premier League: Blarney United 0 Greenwood 2, Carrigaline United 3 Coachford 0, College Corinthians 4 Springfield Ramblers 2, Mayfield United 0 Lakewood Athletic 4.
Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1: Carrigtwohill United 1 Youghal United 7, Lakewood Athletic 0 Douglas Hall 0, Leeds 2 Rockmount 2, Springfield Ramblers 3 Midleton 1, Watergrasshill United 0 Leeside 0.
Daly Industrial Supplies U18 League 1A: Kilreen Celtic 2 Riverstown 1, Kilworth Celtic 3 Bandon 1, Kinsale 7 Avondale United 2, Macroom 2 Mallow United 0, Park United 3 Castleview 0.

Sunday, January 13
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 Super Cup first round: Ballincollig 2 Greenwood 0.
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 Premier League: Douglas Hall 2 College Corinthians 1, St Mary’s 4 Fermoy 2.
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 League 1: Blarney United 0 Springfield Ramblers 1, Castleview 2 Coachford 3, Kanturk 4 Ringmahon Rangers 1, Kilreen Celtic 5 Midleton 0, Wilton United 2 Riverstown 0.
Daly Industrial Supplies U17 League 1A: College Corinthians 8 Carrigaline United B 1, Corkbeg 1 St Mary’s 2, Douglas Hall 1 Innishvilla 1, Watergrasshill United 0 Carrigtwohill United 1.


Lakewood Athletic v Ballincollig 7.3.04

Lakewood Athletic v Ballincollig 7.3.04
Match details below
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Lakewood (dated 30.11.03)

Ballincollig
 AUL 1

Lakewood Athletic 0 Ballincollig 0

Chances were few and far between as Lakewood Athletic, fresh from their win over league leaders Macroom, and visitors Ballincollig played a boring scoreless draw in Murphy’s Stout AUL One.

Ballincollig’s best chance came in the 65th minute. Jason O’Leary started the move in his own full back position as he pushed the ball on for Barry O’Driscoll. Pat Flanagan then took over and picked out O'Leary who had kept running and was by now close to goal. But O’Leary failed to take control of the ball and it bounced away from him and over the end line.

Both sides upped the tempo in the closing quarter, as each needed the three points. The best opportunity of this phase came Lakewood’s way in the 80th minute, when Brendan O’Leary’s headed effort, off an excellent Martin O’Leary corner, flashed narrowly over the bar.

Lakewood Athletic: Donnacha Murphy, Eamon Mitchel, Damien Lordan, Brendan O’Leary, Tim Kelleher, Martin O’Leary, Eoin Byrne, Joe Kelleher, Dessie O’Leary, Sean Lordan and Gary Lucey. Subs used: Noel O’Mahony for Byrne (at half-time), Kenneth Murphy for D. Lordan (56th minute) and Dan Breen for D. O’Leary (83rd).
Ballincollig: Owen Walsh, Jason O’Leary, Deccie Flanagan, Matt O’Regan, Trevor O’Mahony, Pat Flanagan, Terry Coomey, Barry O’Driscoll, Anthony Hogan, Adrian Brady and Dave Kenny.
Subs: Conor Prenderville for Deccie Flanagan (8th minute) and Terry O’Donovan for Kenny (69th).
Referee: Tony Horgan.
Lakewood drew with Ballincollig

Blackpool Celtic are looking for a friendly next Sunday morning, 20th January at home in Popham's Field.
Anyone interested, please contact Will at 086 2196597.

REGISTRATION NOTICE
To all club secretaries and managers, please ensure all players are transferred / registered correctly on the FAINet system before playing. All match cards are inspected and it’s the responsibility of the club to make sure all players are registered. NO EXCEPTONS
Thank you.
Kevin O Mahony registrar Cork AUL.


COMPLETE AUL RESULTS FOR W\E 13-JAN-2019
AOH Cup 2nd Round: Dunbar Celtic 1 Bohemians 4.
AOH Cup 3rd Round: Central Rovers 2 Donoughmore Ath 3; St John Boscos B 2 Castleview 1; Innishvilla A 2 Pearse Celtic A 1; Buttevant v Village Utd (off).
City Challenge Cup 1st Round: Temple Utd 3 Greenmount Rangers 0.
County Cup 1st Round: Watergrasshill Utd 0 Springfield 4.
Premier League: Knocknaheeny Celtic 3 St John Boscos 0; Coachford 1 Grattan Utd 3; Carrigtwohill Utd 0 Glenthorn Celtic 1.
Premier A: Lakewood Ath 2 Kanturk 2; Macroom 5 Leeview Ath 2; Tower FC 1 Greenwood 1; Waterloo 9 Rylane Celtic 1.
AUL 1: City Wanderers 2 Cathedral Celtic 1; UCC 0 Glen Celtic 5.
AUL 1A: Rathcoole Rovers 3 Fairview; 2 Cloughduv Celtic 0 Strand Utd 1.
AUL2: Hibernians 1 Carrigtwohill Utd 1; Churchvilla 2 Knockraha 3; Grattan Utd 3 Blackpool Celtic 2.
AUL 2A: Glenthorn Celtic 5 Richmond 1; Bweeng Celtic 1 Southcoast Ath 1.
AUL3: Los Zarcos 1 Innishvilla 3; Macroom 1 Ard Na Laoi 0.
AUL 3A: UCC 1 Parkview Celtic 1; Pearse Celtic 1 Greenwood B 2.

Friday, January 11, 2019

Douglas Hall v Ballyvolane 06.03.2004

Douglas Hall v Ballyvolane 06.03.2004
Match details below
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Ballyvolane

CITY CHALLENGE CUP – STORY ONE

Douglas Hall 1 Ballyvolane 1
(Ballyvolane won 3-2 on penalties after extra time)

Keeper Ger Condon saved twice in the shootout as Ballyvolane A marched on to the fourth round of the Murphy’s Stout City Challenge Cup with a 3-2 penalty decision after their game with hosts Douglas Hall had finished at 1-1.

This wasn't quite the expected thriller; both sides had been showing good form in their respective leagues. The Hall were coming off an unbeaten February while the Ballyvolane boys had their morale boosted by a group outing to Prague.

Ballyvolane's first attack came in the 28th minute and they scored from it. The Hall defence was slow to react as Gary Hanover chased a long pass by Robbie Barry. Hanover won the clash with the advancing keeper, recovered the loose ball and steadied himself before driving a 25 yarder into the empty net.
The Hall though kept the pressure on and came close in the 59th minute. The Rory O'Sullivan coolly controlled another Olliffe cross but hooked it wide. They equalised four minutes later. The Ballyvolane defence got its signals crossed after a long ball. It broke out to Olliffe on the right and his volley sped past Condon who had come off his goal but had his call ignored by his colleagues. Costly!

The frequency of chances was now much higher than in the first half but no further goals
Extra time produced little of note and so to penalties. The shootout didn’t go well for the Hall. Hackett missed the opener and Ballyvolane's Byrne scored. Then Olliffe and Gary Hanover exchanged goals.

Condon made the first of his saves in the third exchange and Holland took advantage to put Ballyvolane 3-1 up. Douglas got close in the next round when Crowne scored and O’Shea drove over.

Douglas couldn't afford a miss in the final round but Condon dived to his right to make a full stretch save from Slowey and that was that. Ballyvolane go through.

Douglas Hall: James O’Brien, James Slowey, Gerald McSorley, Rory O'Sullivan, Gary Ahern, Conor O'Mahony, Steven Carroll, Kieran Olliffe, Brendan Crowne, Mark Hackett and Aidan Fitzgerald. Subs sued: Dave long, Dave Hall and Martin Davies.
Ballyvolane: Ger Condon, Dave Hickey, Steven Byrne, James O’Shea, Paul O'Callaghan, Gary Hanover, Robbie Barry, Niall Guiton, Roy Hanover, Ollie Holland and Jimmy Foley. Subs used: Declan Meldrum and John O’Driscoll and Derek Long.
Referee: John Lyne.


Douglas Hall



South Coast Ath are looking for a Friendly on Sunday 20th January. Pitch booked for 2pm kick off. 
Any interest,  please contact Dan by text on 083 1471522.

Thursday, January 10, 2019

Leeside v Grattan United 29.02.04

Leeside v Grattan United 29.02.04
Match details below
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Leeside

PREMIER 

Leeside 3 Grattan Utd 1
Grattan United scored first at Little Island but Leeside came back strongly, particularly in the second half, to record a 3-1 win and move into joint second place in the Murphy’s Stout AUL Premier League.

Grattan opened the scoring in the 13th minute. Darren Geaney dispossessed Micky Coughlan on the left and passed inside to Barry O'Rourke who sent a measured ball through for John Kelleher. Keeper Dermot O’Brien advanced but Kelleher got past and shot home from an acute angle.

Soon afterwards, Leeside’s Conor O’Leary saw his headed effort cleared off the line before Leeside equalised in the 20th minute when Frank Walsh’s 15 yard shot travelled into the Grattan net via Eric Shinkwin’s boot.

Leeside started to gain more control as the second half went on and John Corcoran missed an inviting chance when he blasted over from close range after Wayne Barrett had delivered a great ball from a 40 yards free kick.

Leeside went ahead in the 65th minute when Conor O'Leary, who had been close on a  few earlier occasions, guided his effort into the back of the net after Frank Walsh had knocked the ball through for him.

Geaney went close as Grattan did everything in their power to get  back into the game but Leeside struck a killer blow in the 80th minute. Then Ger O’Mahony tucked the ball into the Grattan net from a Damien O'Leary corner.

Leeside: Dermot O’Brien, Wayne Barrett, Micky Coughlan, Stephen Walsh, Ger O’Mahony, Frank Walsh, John Corcoran, Mick Kenneally, Conor O’Leary, Nick Charalambous and Damien O'Leary. Subs used: Brian O’Sullivan for Kenneally (70th minute) and  Conor Aherne for Charalambous (77th).
Grattan Utd: Adam Lynch, Derek O’Driscoll, Denis Cremin, Paul Lynch, Harry Goulding, Barry O’Rourke, John O’Riordan, Owen Kiely, Darren Geaney, Mark O'Sullivan and Eric Shinkwin. Subs used: John Kelleher for Goulding (6th minute), Damien Peelo for Shinkwin (54th) and Graham Forde for O’Driscoll (68th).
Referee: Christy Byrne
Grattan



CORK AUL FIXTURES
Friday 18th January Ko 7.45pm
AUL 1
City Wanderers v Glen Celtic, CIT Bishopstown,  Ger Dolan
Saturday 19th January Ko 2.00pm
AOH Cup 3rd Round
Macroom A v Dunbar Celtic / Bohemians, Murray Field, P.O’Sullivan
City Challenge Cup 1st Round
Central Rovers v Castleview, Central Pk, Liam Murphy
County Cup 2nd Round
Kilmichael Rovers v St John Boscos B, Kilmichael, M.O’Flaherty
Churchvilla v Richmond, Kilboy, Cloyne, G.Duffy
Innishvilla B v Los Zarcos, Knocknacurra, Innishannon, J.Lenihan
DonoughmoreAth v Bweeng Celtic, Donoughmore, M.Barry
Hibernians v Knockraha, Shanbally, T.Thompson
Premier League
Village Utd v CarrrigtwohillUtd, SilverheightsPk, T.Cotter
Grattan Utd v Pearse Celtic, O’ Neill Pk, V.Coonan
Premier A League
Kanturk v Greenwood, Kanturk, P.Buckley
Rylane Celtic v Lakewood Ath, Rylane, Richard Murph\\\\\\y
AUL3A
Greenmount Rangers v Greenwood, Murphys Farm, T.Callanan
Sunday 20th January Ko 10.45am Unless Otherwise Stated
AOH Cup 3rd Round
Knocknaheeny Celtic A v Temple Utd, Kilmore Rd, T.McCarthy
County Cup 2nd Round
Ballinhassig v CFC Banteer, Gortnaglough, D.Daunt
WatergrasshillUtd / Springfield vCorkbeg, Venue Later, J.O.Connor
CarrigtwohillUtd B v Macroom B,  BallyadamPk, B.Forde
Premier League
St John Boscos v Coachford, Dungourney, 2.00pm, P.Buckley
Glenthorn Celtic v Innishvilla, GlenthornPk, Liam Murphy             `
Premier A League
Waterloo v Tower FC, Whitechurch Community Centre, Richard Murphy
AUL1
Cathedral Celtic v UCC, Fairfield, P.O’Keeffe
AUL2
Grattan Utd v Blackstone Rovers, O Neill Pk, B.O’Regan
AUL3
Lakewood Athv KillumneyUtd, Ovens, 2.00pm, K.Szatkowski
AUL3A
Grangevale v UCC, GrangevalePk, B.Noonan


Wednesday, January 09, 2019

Hibernian 18s v Leeds 28.02.04

Hibernian 18s v Leeds 28.02.04
Match details below

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Echo Man of the Match winner Derek O’Rourke
YOUTH FEATURE

Hibernians 2 Leeds 7

Hibernians scored first and last at Shanbally on another bitterly cold Saturday but, in between, higher ranked Leeds notched up seven as they cruised into the third round of the Murphy Youth Cup.

It was a disappointing result for Hibs, who had seen their stock soar with the previous week’s league win over Blarney, but Leeds were much better all round. They played well as a unit. 

Keeper Maher played well for the winners and James Burke led a solid defence. Leeds lorded it in midfield where Echo Man of the Match winner Derek O’Rourke worked hard and played well as long as the issue was in doubt. He had valuable assistance from David Moynihan while upfront Darren Dineen was in sharp form as was second half sub Martin Higgins.

Hibs got their first in the 8th minute. Then a crossfield pass into the box by Danny Kiely left Shane Hurley free and face to face with the isolated keeper. Hurley stayed cool and headed past Maher to open the scoring.

But it was downhill after that for Hibernians. Leeds equalised from a corner. O’Rourke floated it over and James Burke blocked down a clearance in the six-yard box and saw the ball roll into the net.
The city side took the lead four minutes later, when Dineen scored after a good cross from the right by James Fitzgerald. Leeds keeper Maher made a good save from a Hurley effort before Richard Leahy pounced on a long ball in to make it 3-1 to Leeds in the 39th minute.

Hibernians tried hard at the start of the second half but suffered a big setback in the 57th minute when Fitzgerald capitalised on a mis-kick by a defender and picked his spot to extend the lead.

A Dineen shot produced a Leeds corner about the hour marj and sub Higgins got his head to the flag kick to make it 5-1.

The home side switched defender Gavin Delaney into goal but Leeds kept scoring. Subs Danny O'Leary and Shane Hurley combined and Hurley ran in O'Leary's cross at the far post. 

Higgins scored his second in the 71st minute to make it 7-1 and the sub came close to a hat trick in the closing stages when he hustled his way into the box but volleyed the hopping ball over the top.

Hibernians had their consolation in between. Hurley’s pass sent McNamara clear but he was denied by a fine save from Maher who was then in no position to stop sub Darren Murphy turning in the loose ball.

Hibernians: James Delaney, Steve Murphy, Danny Kiely, Gavin Delaney, Ross Casey, David O'Mahony, Darragh Geraghty, Lloyd McNamara, Steve Walsh, John Moynihan and Shane Hurley. Subs used: Paul Burns for O'Mahony (18th minute, injured), Darren Murphy for Ross (at half-time) and Kieran Goldsmith for Geraghty (55th).
Leeds: Gerard Maher, John McConnell, Philip Murphy, James Burke, Alan Murphy, Derek O’Rourke, James Fitzgerald, David Moynihan, Richard Leahy, Darren Lynch and Darren Dineen. Subs used: Martin Higgins and Danny O’Leary for Leahy and Lynch (both at half-time), Shane Hurley for Dineen (65th minute), Liam Bowen and Fred Morris for P. Murphy and Fitzgerald (both 71st minute).
Referee: Tony Murphy.


Leeds






Hibs


Corinthians Cup 1st Round
InnishvillaB v Kilmichael Rovers
CarrigtwohillUtd B v WatergrasshillUtd
Rathcoole Rovers v Parkview Celtic
Pesrse Celtic B v Fairview
All other teams bye to 2nd Round

Tuesday, January 08, 2019

CFC Banter are looking for a friendly this coming weekend.
Anyone interested, please contact Tagdh @ 087 9177737

Glenthorn B v UCC B 22.02.04

Glenthorn B v UCC B 22.02.04
Match details below
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UCC celebrate score

AUL 3B top of table
Glenthorn Celtic 2 UCC 3

Thabiso Tau scored yet another double, including the second half clincher, as UCC maintained their front running position in Murphy’s Stout AUL 3B with a hard earned 3-2 away win over title rivals Glenthorn Celtic.

Tau, better known on the campus as Sparks, opened the account in the first half. Philip Evans equalised after a good run and cross by Keith Kelleher.

UCC had the biting wind behind them and went head about five minutes before the break when Alan White fired home after a cross from the right. Seconds earlier, Ed Quirke had seen his goalbound effort taken off the line.

The students would be up against it in the second half and Glenthorn made their intentions known early on. In the 48th minute, James Egan let fly from the edge of the box and keeper Kevin Mullane made a fine save to his right.

Glenthorn though were unable to deliver on their early promise and the students stretched their lead in the 66th minute. Quirke was a key figure and he sent Tau away on his own and the striker kept his cool to beat keeper Joe Burns with a well placed low shot.

UCC were in the comfort zone. Not for long. Egan fired a long range free kick just over Mullane's bar in the 73rd minute before beating the keeper with a rising drive four minutes later to make it 3-2. Soon after that, Mullane made a fine save when Peter O'Keeffe tried his luck with a drive on the turn.

Keith Kelleher then got in a shot after a pass from Egan but drove straight at Mullane. UCC settled and played sensible football in the closing stages, helped hugely by a major contribution from Maurice Deevy in midfield.

Jerry Russell twice went close to stretching the lead. In the 82nd minute, he wasn't too far away with a long shot from the left. He got even closer in injury time. Then another long range special crashed back off the bar, the rebound too fast for the incoming Quirke to control.

Glenthorn Celtic: Joe Burns, Kenny O’Brien, Eddie McCarthy, John O’Brien, Peter O'Keeffe, James Egan, Gay Lee, Gary Power, Philip Evans, Keith Kelleher and James Hickey. Subs: Pa Murphy and Kieran Evans.
UCC: Kevin Mullane, Ronan O'Sullivan, Paul Wycherley, Matt Harper, Dan O’Donoghue, Maurice Deevy, Jachimo Mckarra, Alan White, Ed Quirke, Thabiso Tau and Jerry Russell. Subs: Conal O’Kane, Eoin Gleeson, Cian O’Connell and Jon Ploegor.
Referee: Kevin O’Connell.