Cork Boston GFC

Name: Cork Boston GFCcork_football_2013

Type: Football – Junior A, Junior B

Website: www.cork-boston-gfc.com

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/corkboston.gaa

Email: secretary.corkfootball.northeast.usa@gaa.ie

Recent Reports:

Cork v Shannon Blues Cork relied on an injury time penalty last week to reach this final, and the Rebel men made it interesting once again as they scored a last minute goal to claim this thrilling decider by a single point. It was the club’s first win in this competition in twelve years, which will make the refreshments tonight in Cambridge taste all the sweeter.  Cork made it all the
Posted: August 22, 2017, 8:03 am
Sunday August 20 - Irish Cultural Center, Canton Mass. 4:00 Senior Football Final – Shannon Blues v Aidan McAnespies McAnespies have made it this far against the odds - can they take the final step? So, we are down to the last two teams standing after a very close run senior football championship.  Starting with the Shannon Blues.  The Blues have at times looked unstoppable this year
Posted: August 17, 2017, 12:20 am
Cork 3-22 Connemara Gaels 5-8 (AET) The Gaels seemed to have the game in the bag, but Cork pulled off a second half comeback to force extra time.  The rebels then had more in reserve for the additional 20 minutes and in the end came out comfortable victors.  Cathail Arnold was the center of all things good for the Corkmen, and when the Down man had the ball in his hands it was almost always
Posted: August 14, 2017, 8:17 pm
Donegal 6-12 Cork 0-16 Donegal put in a six goal performance to deliver their third junior B football trophy in a row.  Christy McLaughlin was the man of the hour, netting two goals and putting some beautiful points over the bar from all angles and distances.  In the second half when Cork were pushing close to catching Donegal, the Malin native retreated to the middle of the field and
Posted: August 14, 2017, 5:39 pm
Sunday August 13 Shannon Blues v Galway 1:45 First up are Galway and the Shannon Blues.  Galway find themselves one game away from repeating last year’s final appearance.  The westerners field a balanced side and play a fluid style, moving the ball well when in possession.  There are plenty of finishers in the forward line.  Home based stalwart Kevin Cummins can be relied on to come up
Posted: August 11, 2017, 3:21 am
Cork 3-22 Wolfe Tones 2-8 Cork came in to their second last league game of the season aiming to cement their place at the top of the Junior A table. They laid their intentions out from the very start, with two quick points on the trot. The Wolfe Tones settled in a bit, with their midfielders and wing forwards connecting well to build some attacks through the middle. The Cork halfback line
Posted: August 2, 2017, 3:04 pm
Cork 3-15 Connemara Gaels 4-7 There was a minute's silence before the game in honor of Pat McCarthy who had recently passed away.  Pat was a member of the Cork GFC and a player from 1960 to 1972, and managed the club to a NACB senior football championship in 1986.  Pat was a regular attendee at the games in Canton. On a hot humid day Cork and Gaels played a very entertaining opening junior
Posted: June 12, 2017, 5:53 pm
Connemara Gaels 2-16 Shannon Blues 2-4 It was brother v brother Sunday when the Connemara Gaels and Shannon Blues met in the junior A football semi-final.  Pat and Stephen Murray lined out on opposite sides, with Stephen earning the household bragging rights as the Gaels came out on top.  With the win the Gaels earned a crack at the junior A championship where they will face a talented
Posted: August 22, 2016, 5:12 pm
Cork 1-13 Aidan McAnespies 0-11 Cork just about held on to the win a game in which the second half produced an exciting 30 minutes following a pedestrian enough opening half.  With McAnespies digging deep to field a team, old warhorses Paddy McCusker and Dermot Gormley started, one expected a fairly straightforward win for the rebels.  It was far from it as there was never more than a score
Posted: August 8, 2016, 10:07 pm
In the curtain raiser for this last weekend of July, Cork met the Connemara Gaels on the back pitch at the Irish Cultural Centre in Canton. Cork were understaffed to start this Junior B match, and their 11 men did very well to keep it close for the opening 15 minutes. But as the match progressed, the Westerners used their numerical advantage to full effect around the middle of the park. Raudhri
Posted: August 3, 2016, 12:06 am