Category Archives: Cup Finals

Murphy’s Stout Corinthian’s Cup

Congratulations to

HIBERNIANS

Murphy’s Stout Corinthian’s Cup winners 2015/16

Hibernians captain Dave Hayes is presented with the Corinthian’s Cup by Denis O’Driscoll (Cork AUL) after their 3-1 defeat of Lakewood Athletic in the final in Turners Cross on Friday night (10 June 2016).

Hibernians’ George Durranty is presented with the Garry McCarthy Trophy’s sponsored man of the match award by Denis O’Driscoll (Cork AUL).
Hibernians players and supporters celebrate after winning the Corinthian’s Cup following their 3-1 defeat of Lakewood Athletic at the Cross on Friday night (10 June 2016).

Murphy’s Stout City Challenge Cup

Congratulations to

KNOCKNAHEENEY CELTIC

Murphy’s Stout City Challenge Cup winners
2015/16

Tony Chambers (Cork AUL) presents the man of the match award to Knocknaheeny Celtic’s Wayne Doherty after his side defeated Bohemians in the City Challenge Cup at the Cross on Wednesday night (8 June 2016).

Tony Chambers (Cork AUL) presents the City Challenge Cup to Knocknaheeny Celtic’s captain Roy Kenny.

 

Murphy’s Stout AOH Cup

Congratulation to

PARK UNITED A

Murphy’s Stout AOH Cup winners 2015/16

 

Ted O’Mahony (Chairman Cork AUL) presents the AOH Cup to Park United’s captain Lar O’Flynn following his side’s 3-0 victory over Village United at Turner’s Cross on Sunday night (5 June 2016).

Ted O’Mahony (Chairman Cork AUL) presents the man of the match award (Sponsored by Gary McCarthy Trophies) to Shane Beston after the game.

Park United’s captain Lar O’Flynn and Village United captain Tomas Butler exchange pennants before the AOH Cup Final at the Cross on Sunday night (5 June 2016). Also in the picture is referee Ray Murphy.

Park United players celebrate after being presented with the AOH Cup following their 3-0 victory over Village United at the Cross on Sunday night (5 June 2016).

Cup Final Dates

Murphy’s Stout Cork AUL

CUP FINAL DATES

Sunday, 5 June 2016 – K/o 7 p.m.
AOH Cup Final
Park United A v Village United, Turners Cross, Ray Murphy, Mark Barry, David Coleman, Richard Murphy

Monday, 6 June 2016 – K/o 12 noon
Presidents Cup Final
Blackpool Celtic v City Wanderers, Turners Cross, 12.00 p.m., P. Buckley, T. Callnan, Jonathan Hennessy,

Monday, 6 June 2016 – K/o 7 p.m.
County Cup Final

CFC Banteer v Buttevant, Turners Cross, 7 p.m., D. Cronin, D. Daly, M. O’Flaherty

Wednesday, 8 June 2016 – K/o 7.30 p.m.
City Challenge Cup Final
Bohemians v Knocknaheeney Celtic, Turners Cross, Richard Murphy, M. Barry, D. Cronin

Friday, 10 June 2016 – Ko/o 7.30 p.m.
Corinthians Cup Final
Hibernians/Bohemians v Lakewood Athletic, Turners Cross, J. O’Reilly, K. O’Keeffe, Yves Kriwan

Cup Final Dates

Up-coming Cup Final Dates

Sunday, 5 June 2016 – 7 p.m.
AOH Cup Final:
Park United v Village United.

Monday, 6 June 2016 – 11 a.m.
President’s Cup Final:
Blackpool Celtic v City Wanderers.

Monday, 6 June 2016 – 7 p.m.
County Cup Final:
CFC Banteer/Tower FC v St John Bosco A/Buttevant

Wednesday, 8 June 2016 – 7.30 p.m.
City Challenge Cup Final:
UCC A/Knocknaheeney Celtic v Leeview Athletic/Bohemians

FAI Youths Cup Final

Congratulations to

BALLINCOLLIG F.C.

FAI Youths Cup Winners 2016

Ringmahon Rangers (left) and Ballincollig

Ballincollig 3 Ringmahon Rangers 1
Congratulations to Ballincollig, crowned FAI Youth Cup champions at Turner’s Cross this afternoon. They had the better finishers on the day and super goals by Ronan Barrett, Matthew Whelan and Darren Murphy, earned them the honours. Ringmahon too has their good spells but failed to make them count.

A towering header by Barrett put Ballincollig in front in the first quarter and ace defender Troy O’Sullivan touched in a 25th minute equaliser. Midway through the second half, after a good deal of Ringmahon pressure, excellent Ballincollig approach play sent Whelan in and his cool finish restored the lead.

Murphy, who might have had a hat trick in the closing minutes, ensured victory with yet another classy finish, minutes after hitting a post.