Saturday, 08 March 2014 West Cork League U18 Division 1 Bunratty United 3-2 Bay Rovers
Saturday, 01 March 2014 West Cork League U18 Cup [ Quarter Final ] Clonakilty AFC U18’s 1-2 Leeside U18’s
by Striker The battle for the lead in the Premiership is really hotting up, as one can see from every weekend, when the pace of most of the games would be certainly comparable to a really competitive cup-tie.
by Striker Well, wouldn’t ya just know it! There I am, for many occasions over the years, constantly preaching about people who sometimes get so involved with the subject matter that they are dealing with, that they actually forget things that are going on around them. This is just what happened to me last week, proving once again the fallibility of the human animal in any given situation.
Saturday, 15 February 2014 West Cork League Premier Division Baltimore 1 Sullane 0 West Cork League Division 1 Ardfield 0 Leeside 1
by Striker As the season progresses, this years Premiership looks like being the best in a long time, with the top four tightening up, and the next three teams close up and waiting for any slip-up that the leaders are bound to make as we go along our way. Last Saturday was a day of reckoning for our leading four, as they were all on the carpet to prove their
Sunday, 09 February 2014 West Cork League Premier Division Dunmanway Town 2-3 Skibbereen
Sunday, 02 February 2014 West Cork League Premier Division Skibbereen 1-1 Crookstown
by Striker The renowned magic of the FA Cup was very evident over last weekend, and, strange as it might seem, there were no really major shocks in the series of matches played. You know, it often has amazed me as to why certain teams and managers place little value on this competition, seeing that it is the oldest in the soccer world as we know it.
Saturday, 25 January 2014 O Herlihy Bacon U18 Premier Division Kilmichael Rovers U18s 2 Clonakilty AFC U18s 2
by Striker The so-called January transfer window, every single year, ever since it came on board , has been a largely a non-event over the years, and, it seems to me, at any rate, that most managers, having been sorting out their teams in the first half of the season, don’t really like to disturb a team that is already in a settled shape, so to speak.
by Striker It is a fact that the lot of the player has come an awful long way in the money stakes since the early sixties, when, in a period from 1960 to 1964, the wage, which was called the “Maximum Wage”, rose from £14 per match, to a very heady £20 per match, plus bonuses of course. This was pretty good money at the time, for the
Sunday, 19 January 2014 West Cork League Premier Division Sullane 2-2 Crookstown
Saturday, 04 January 2014 O’Herlihy Bacon U18 Premier Division Clonakilty Town U18’s 2-1 Clonakilty AFC U18’s
Sunday, 22 December 2013 West Cork League Premier Division Skibbereen 3-2 Baltimore
Sunday, 15 December 2013 West Cork League Premier Division Rosscarbery 3- 0 Sullane
Sunday, 08 December 2013 West Cork League Premier Division Clonakilty AFC 2-0 Crookstown Drinagh Rangers 3-2 Baltimore Sullane 1-3 Dunmanway Town Togher Celtic 5-2 Cloughduv
Saturday, 30 November 2013 O’Herlihy Bacon U18 Premier Division Clonakilty Town U18’s 0-0 Lyre Rovers U18’s Dunmanway Town U18’s 7-0 Kilmichael Rovers U18’s Riverside Athletic U18’s 4-2 Clonakilty AFC U18’s
West Cork League Sunday, 24 November 2013 West Cork League Premier Division Baltimore 4-2 Cloughduv Drinagh Rangers 2-1 Skibbereen Rosscarbery 1-4 Dunmanway Town Togher Celtic 2-2 Clonakilty AFC
Affiliated to the M.F.A. and F.A.I. Friday, 15 November 2013 West Cork League Division 1 Lyre Rovers 3-0 Clonakilty Town
by Striker The fluctuations in soccer form have never ceased to amaze me over the years, for, how often have you seen a team getting up a head of steam early on in the season, only to fall by the wayside as the season progresses. For instance, West Ham won their very first game this season, and were riding proudly in the top six or so for a
Thursday, 07 November 2013 O Herlihy Bacon U18 Premier Division Lyre Rovers U18’s 0-1 Dunmanway Town U18’s
by Striker You will have heard that famous old saying, “ask not for whom the bell tolls, for now it tolls for thee”, or words to that effect. What it effectively means is that the time of reckoning has come when concerted action must be the order of the day in whatever task is facing those involved.
Saturday, 02 November 2013 O Herlihy Bacon U18 Premier Division Clonakilty AFC U18’s 1-6 Clonakilty Town U18’s
Sunday, 27 October 2013 West Cork League Premier Division Drinagh Rangers 3-2 Togher Celtic
Saturday, 19 October 2013 West Cork League U18 Division 1 Beara Utd Fc U18’s 0-14 Togher Celtic U18’s Drinagh Rangers U18’s 1-0 Bay Rovers U18’s
Saturday, 12 October 2013 Umbro FAI Junior Cup Richmond 1-0 Clonakilty AFC
by Striker Well, as mentioned last week, for the benefit of those at the moment hard-pressed Man Utd fans, the present manager David Moyes ought to be given every chance to prove his suitability for this very prestigious manager’s post, given the cold fact that very few managers in the history of the game have went into a club and took it on a winning spree immediately.
Saturday, 05 October 2013 O Herlihy Bacon U18 Premier Division Clonakilty AFC U18’s 3-3 Riverside Athletic U18’s Clonakilty Town U18’s — POSTPONED — Skibbereen U18’s
by Striker At last, the dust has settled on the Trappatoni era as manager of our national team, with him and his management team receiving satisfactory severance packages for their trouble.