Boys Football 2012-13
Boys football season started early for the U19 and U16 teams, who had wins and losses so far.
The U16 panel is as follows:
B. Goggin T. Newman S. Little
C. Hurley D. Hutchinson F O'Driscoll
R. O'Callaghan R. Moynihan E.O'Brien
S. Waldron E. Sheehan D O'Reilly
J.O'Driscoll B. O'Sullivan T. Cullinane
C O'Sullivan P. Reidy K. Walczak
D Mc Carthy P. Downey R. Franzoni
This team's first game was against St. Brogans in Bandon
Boy's Football in previous years
The senior boys played their first game in early September, with a win.
The students also welcomed Gabriel Rangers, with the West Cork Junior Cup in Football, to the school.
The Sam Maguire also came to the school, and there was much celebrations for the team as both Cups were on display.
With a win over Boherbue, in the County Final, the boys are now preparing for the Munster Championship, which they won!
Their campaign to go all the way to the top was well under way and in their next encounter, they beat Gaelcholaiste Chiarrai with a score of 2-13 to 1-9.
A Dominant first half display laid the foundations for Schull Community College's deserved victory in the Munster Vocational Schools SFC B final in Templenoe, Co Kerry.
With the roaming Tadhg O'Mahony pulling the strings, the west Cork school held the aces against the Kerry side, especially in mid field where Cork minor Stephen O'Mahony and the energetic Gerald O'Callaghan were dominant!
On top of that, Schull's Eddie Goggin, who scored 0-5 in the first period, was a constant menace to the Tralee school's defence that was fortunate not to find themselves more than 1-9 to 1-4 adrift at the break.
Two Goggin frees early on sandwiched a Sean Evans point as Schull raced into a 0-3 to 0-0 lead. At half time Schull had a five point lead. After the half time break, Schull showed the stuff of Champions and points from Coakley and O'Callaghan restored complete control.
Coakley rounded off a fantastic day for Schull, who will face the Connacht champions Davitt College in the All-Ireland semi-finals, with a well-taken injury time goal.
Diarmaid O'Callaghan, Darrel Connell, Gavin McEntegart, Cathal Newman, Aidan Molloy, Jason Minihane, Paudie Scully, Gerald O'Callaghan, Stephen O'Mahony, Darren O'Donovan, Sean Evans, Cathal Coakley, Oisin O'Driscoll, Tadhg O'Mahony and Eddie Goggin.
Subs: Sean Kelleher, Sean Sheehan and Paudie Hegarty