U16.5 Cork Colleges Camogie
Well done to our U16.5 Girls Camogie team who won their semi-final last week beating MICC Dunmanway by 10-08 to 2-03. They now play St Fanahans Mitchelstown in the Final on Sat 12th February.
1st Yr Girls Football ..09/02/22
Well done to our 1st Yr Girls who won their quarter final in football against Coláiste an Phiarsigh, Glanmire on a scoreline of 4-13 to 1-06.
Coláiste Treasa Athletics
Pictured are Athletes from Coláiste Treasa competing at the South Munster Schools Cross Country in Riverstick last week. Great to be back running after a 2 year break.
Boxing News ..04/02/22
Huge congratulations to Katie O’Keeffe who secured her 6th National Title in the U18 Championships at the National Stadium last Friday night.
1st Yr Girls Basketbal ..02/02/22
Pictured are the 1st Yr Girls Basketball team who played their first match today.
Munster U19 B Football Semi-Final ..28/01/22
Result: Coláiste Treasa 1-10 .v. Abbey CBS 3-09
Munster U19B Hurling .. 02/12/21
Result: Coláiste Treasa 0-08 .v. 1-13 Scoil na Trioniode Doon
1st Yr Girls Football ..01/12/21
Result: Coláiste Treasa Kanturk 1-05 .v. 1-03 Fermoy
Girls Basketball .. 01/12/21
Pictured are the U19 Girls Basketball team who had a narrow defeat to Bandon by 3pts today.
Junior Girls Football .. 30/11/21
Result: Coláiste Treasa Kanturk 3-05 .V. 5-12 Castleisland
Girls Basketball .. 19/11/21
Pictured are the girls basketball teams that played St. Mary’s Charleville on Friday 19th November.
1st Yr Girls Football .. 18/11/21
Congratulations to our 1st yr girls football team on beating Mitchelstown on a scoreline of 3-08 to 3-04.
Munster U16.5 Boys Hurling 1st Round .. 17/11/21
Pictured are our U16.5 Boys Hurling team who were defeated by Charleville in the 1st round on Wednesday last.
U17 FAI Cup Final 17/11/21
Congratulations to our current student Donnacha O’Doherty who was a member of the Cork City U17 team who won the FAI Cup final against Galway United on Wednesday 17th November.
County A Hurling Round 1 .. 10/11/21 (O’Callaghan Cup)
Colaiste Treasa 2-18 .v. Gaelcolaiste Mhuire an Mhainistir Thuaidh 2-21
Camogie – U16.5 Cork Shield .. 10/11/21
Congratulations to our U16.5 camogie players who were successful in the first round of the Cork Shield.
Girls Basketball 10/11/21
Great to have 4 teams back in action today in Girls Basketball.
Girls Senior Football Training 11/11/21
U 19 Senior Boys Munster Football QF
Munster Senior Boys Football
Coláiste Treasa 0:18 Scoil Mhuire & Íde Newcastlewest 0:04
U16.5 Munster ‘B’ Championship
Coláiste Treasa 4:13 Rice College Ennis: 1:15
1. Michael Twomey, 2. David Shine, 3. Ronan Cashman, 4. Kajus Goberis, 5. Jack Sheahan, 6. Conor Sheahan, Seán Moylan, 8. Ronan Heffernan, 9. Rory Sheahan, 10. Matthew Hooten, 11. Hugh O’Connor, 12. Michael Lane, 13. Donnchad O’Doherty, 14. Grantas Bucinskas, 15. Daniel King.
Subs: Ronan McRory for Kajus G
Brian O’Sullivan for Michael L,
Conor O’Sullivan for David S,
Liam Fitzmaurice for Daniel K,
Cormac Harnett for Michael T
County ‘B’ Championship
Coláiste Treasa 1:28 Presentation Brothers Cork 1:11
Sports Results 2018/19
County ‘B’ Final
Coláiste Treasa 1:14
Patrician Academy :1:13
1st Year Girls Basketball
Thursday May 2nd was an historic day for girls basketball in Coláiste Treasa, as the 1st year girls became All-Ireland silver medallists for the 1st time in the Schools history and also became the first girls from the School team to play in the National Basketball Arena in Tallaght.
The journey started back in January with the beginning of the league. The girls recorded victories over Coláiste an Chraoibhin,Fermoy, Loreto Fermoy, Scoil Mhuire Kanturk and St Mary’s Charleville. Their only defeat in the group stages was against Davis College Mallow after overtime in a very entertaining game. This qualified us in 2nd place in the group for the playoffs.
The quarter-final pitted us against Kinsale Community School. After a close battle, the girls emerged victorious with a shot from Holly O’Sullivan on the buzzer sealing the win. The reward was a home semi-final against Beara Community School. Again the team prevailed in another close battle and it was on to the final.
Neptune Stadium was the venue for the County final against St. Brogan’s Bandon. The first half was a cagey affair with both teams focused on defence. Katie O’Keeffe put St. Brogan’s point guard under immense pressure during this period and Ciara Brennan and Anastasia Farrell gathered some crucial rebounds to keep us in the game. Trailing by 7 points in the 3rd quarter, the team gathered themselves and upped the intensity. Led by the up-tempo play of Saoirse Foley and Lia Heffernan and some cool-headed shooting from Edel Moore and Ellie O’Sullivan, the team refused to give up and fought their way back to take the lead late in the 4th quarter. In the last few nail-biting seconds, St. Brogan’s had a shot to take the win but due to great defensive pressure, it missed the target and victory went to Coláiste Treasa.
Next up, for this group was the All-Ireland qualifiers. Coláiste Treasa was given the honour of hosting and we welcomed teams from Presentation, Listowel, Mount Anville, Dublin and Loreto Wexford. The match of the day proved to be the clash of Coláiste Treasa and Pres Listowel in the first match of the day. In a to-and-fro battle, the teams were locked together at the end of normal time and an additional 3 minutes needed to be played. With the home support in full voice, it was the Coláiste Treasa girls who held their nerve and crucial free throws from Grainne Hubbard, Saoirse Foley and Katie Savage sealed the victory 27-26. Wins against Mount Anville (41-10) and Loreto Wexford (39-12) followed and history was made.
The pairings for the All-Ireland semi-final saw us drawn to play against Colaiste na Carraige from Donegal. Unfortunately injuries to Holly O’Sullivan and Michaela O’Connor ruled them out for the day. Defence has been the strength of this team all year and the semi-final proved no different. Vital defensive plays from Ciara Collins and Ellie O’Sullivan created scoring opportunities for us and frustrated the Donegal players time and again. Sophie Murphy was a constant scoring threat throughout the game and punished the Donegal side any opportunity she had. Although the score was close throughout, Coláiste Treasa led all the way and again free throws proved crucial with Katie Savage, Sofija Obrezane and Megan O’Connor all scoring to put the game out of reach and secure our passage to the final.
Our final opponents were St. Louis’ from Carrickmacross who have been named ‘C’ Division School of the Year by Basketball Ireland this year. While all the girls kept fighting to the bitter end, they were defeated by a strong St. Louis’ team. Showing their true spirit, the girls played hard to the final whistle and were rewarded when Saoirse Foley made a 3-pointer in the last minute after good play from Amy Lehane and Katie O’Keeffe.
All members of the squad can be very proud of their achievements this year. The majority of the team only started playing in January and to win an All-Ireland silver medal is remarkable. The commitment shown from all 16 players was unbelievable with all girls attending training before school, at lunchtimes and during the Easter holidays. As a result of reaching the All-Ireland final, the school has now been promoted to the ‘B’ division where a new challenge awaits.
Minor Girls Basketball Team 2019
U19 Munster Round Robin
Coláiste Treasa 3:12 – Scoil Ruain Killeanaule 3:11
Coláiste Treasa are now through to the knockout stages
U19 Girls Basketball 23/11/18
Well dome to our U19 Girls BasketBall Team on a hard fought win over Rosscarbery, they now qualify for the South League Semi Final.
Ladies Football 26/11/18
1st yr Ladies Football
Coláiste Treasa 10:13 Boherbue Comprehensive 6:10
Ladies Football 15/10/18
Senior Girls Munster Championship, Round 2
Coláiste Treasa 4:13 Listowel 2:09
Intermediate Camoige 8/10/18
Intermediate Cup Quarter Final
Coláiste Treasa 3:10 – Buttevant 2:04
Team: 1.Heather O Connor, 2 Imogen Crowley, 3 Caoimhe Forde, 4 Aoife Murphy , 5 Danielle Murphy, 6 Laura Doody, 7 Niamh Ferns, 8 Alana Gould, 9 Elaine Daly,10 Julie O Keeffe,11 Maria McSweeney, 12 Clodagh O Callaghan, 13 Rachel Jones,14 Emma Lynch,15 Kara O Sullivan
Ladies Football 2/10/18
Coláiste Treasa 5:10 Clonakilty 3:11
Hurling U16 1/2 ‘B’ Munster 25/09/18
Coláiste Treasa 0:12 – Abbey CBS 1:11
Hurling Senior ‘B’ County 19/09/18
Coláiste Treasa 4:18 – Pres 4:17
U161\2 Football Munster Final
Coláiste Treasa 2:07 – Ennistymon CBS 0:11
Well done to our U161/2 footballers who won the Munster Championship final today.
U161\2 Football South Munster Final
Coláiste Treasa 4:16 – Bantry CS 4:11
Coláiste Treasa now play Ennistymon in the Munster Final on May 16th, venue to be decided.
Munster U161\2 Football
Coláiste Treasa 4:17 – Coláiste Ghobnatan 2:10
Hayes Intermediate Cup
Coláiste Treasa 5:08 – North Presentation 2:00
Munster U161\2 Football
Coláiste Treasa 7:09 – Ard Scoil Na Mara, Tramore 0:07
Hayes Intermediate Cup
Coláiste Treasa 7:06 – Coláiste na Rinne, Dungarvan 1:03
Hurling U16 A Munster Semi Final 01/02/18
Coláiste Treasa 2:10 – St. Colmans 3:15
Hard luck to our U16 hurlers who lost out to St. Colmans in the Munster semi final which was played in Pairc Uí Chaoimh today. St. Colmans were the better side from the off and we wish them all the best in the final.
Coláiste Treasa 5:07 – Coachford 1:03
Coláiste Treasa were crowned Munster champions today, after a comprehensive win over Coachford in the U16b Munster Camogie Final. After a sluggish start, in very testing conditions the Kanturk outfit pulled away in the 2nd half to run out deserving winners. Well done to players and management
Well done to the Coláiste Treasa Badminton teams who performed superbly at the Munster finals held in the University of Limerick. The U19 Boys Division 1 team won their final in nail bitting fashion. Not to be outdone the U19 division 2 boys went on to win their decider. The U19 girls finished runners-up in their competition. Insuring a bright future for Badminton in the school, our U14s were also crowned Munster Champions. They now look forward to the All-Ireland Finals which will be held in Gormantown on March 21st. Well done to all concerned.
U19 Girls, Munster Runners Up: L to R: Hannah Buckley, Karen O Donoghue, Lisa O Donoghue, Ciara O’ Flynn, Tara McSweeney. U14 Munster Champions: Lto R: Cian O’ Donoghue, David Shine, Stephen Kelleher, Rory Sheahan, Conor Sheahan, Ruairí O’ Connell, Michael Twomey.
U19 Division 2 Boys, Munster Champions: L to R : Liam Murphy, Evan Murphy, Alan Coughlan, Brian O’ Sullivan.
U19 Division 1 Boys, Munster Champions: L to R: Tomás Howard, Conor Murphy, Cal Shine, Cathal O’ Donoghue.
Munster Senior Football, Last 8
Coláiste Treasa 3:03 – Kenmare 5:22
Hard luck to the Coláiste Treasa Senior footballers who were comprehensively beaten in todays Munster Quarter Final, held in Ballyvourney. A weakened Kanturk outfit were outclassed by a slick Kenmare team who were deserving winners. Many thanks to players and management who gave their all throughout the season.
Munster Senior Hurling (Corn Risteard Uí Mhathuna ) Last 8
Coláiste Treasa 1:13 – Scariff Community School 3:13
Hard luck to Coláiste Treasa Senior hurlers who just fell short in todays Munster 1\4 Final to a well drilled Scariff side. After conceding two early goals the Kanturk lads were chasing the game, and even though they closed the gap, the two goals proved the difference in the end. Well done to Scariff and best of luck in the semi final. Finally well done to players and management for their efforts throughout the season.
Munster Senior Hurling (Corn Risteard Uí Mhathuna ) Last 16
Coláiste Treasa 2:18 – Carrigaline Community School 3:06
Coláiste Treasa Senior hurlers progressed to the quarter finals of the Corn Risteard Uí Mhathuna competition after a 9 point victory over Carrigaline Community School. Playing with a cohesion that was lacking in their previous outings the Kanturk contingent displayed some excellent teamwork to run out convincing winners. The reward for this victory is a quarter final against Scariff Community College. This match is scheduled for January 10th 2018. Well done to players and management.
U16b Junior South Camoige
Coláiste Treasa 11:12 – Carrigaline 0:01
Coláiste Treasa qualified for the final of the U16b southern region camogie championship with a comprehensive victory over Gaelcholáiste, Carrigaline. They now take on Coachford in the final. Well done to all concerned.
U15 Munster Football Championship Final
Coláiste Treasa 3:07 – Midleton 1:11
Coláiste Treasa were crowned Munster U15 Champions on Thursday last as they defeated Midleton CBS after an absorbing contest in Ballincollig.
Leading by the minimum at half time the Kanturk outfit started the 2nd half in a very determined fashion, scoring 1:01 without reply. This lead wasn’t to last for long However as Midleton stormed back into the game and was it not for a fine penalty save by man of the match Evan Magner, the result could have been reversed. Over all it was a magnificent defensive display by the Kanturk contingent with victory insured with 2 well taken points late in the game. Well done to players and management.
Evan Magner, Castlemagner, Ciaran Vaughan, Kanturk, Jamie Finn, Newmarket, David Shine, Banteer, Jack Sheahan, Kanturk, Tommy Walsh, Kanturk, Ciaran Carroll, Kanturk, Colin Linehan, Kanturk, Colin Walsh, Kanturk, Donnacha O’Doherty, Banteer. Grantis Bucinskas, Kanturk, Ronan Cashman, Castlemagner, Evan Hayes, Banteer, Stephen O’ Sullivan, Croke Rovers, Hugh O’ Connor, Newmarket, Peter Goggin, Newmarket, Aidan Linehan, St. Peters, Daniel O’Leary, Newmarket,Conor Sheahan, Kanturk, Rory Sheehan, Kanturk, Sean Moylan, Kanturk, Michael Twomey, Banteer, Kane Desmond, Croke Rovers, Liam Fitzmaurice, Croke Rovers, Jamie Healy, Freemount. Stephen McAree\Murphy, Newmarket, Conor Massey, Croke Rovers, Ronan Heffernan, Croke Rovers, Ronan O’Driscoll, Newmarket, Steven Kelleher, Banteer, Donal O’Donoghue, Banteer, Callum Carroll, Kanturk, Brian O’Sullivan Croke Rovers
U16b Junior South Camoige
Coláiste Treasa 6:07 – Mitchelstown 0:03
Coláiste Treasa qualified for the Semi final of the U16b southern region camogie championship with a comprehensive victory over Mitchelstown today. They now face Gaelcholáiste, Carrigaline in the semi final. Well done to players and Management.
Munster Senior Football ‘B’ Championship
Coláiste Treasa 4:09 – Glanmire Community College 1:13
Coláiste Treasa qualified for the quarter final of the Munster Championship with a 5 point win over Glanmire. This was a solid performance from the Kanturk lads who proved very clinical in front of goal. Well done to all involved.
Snr. Ladies Football, Munster Championship:
Coláiste Treasa 4:12 – Templemore 2:07
It was the turn of Coláiste Treasa senior girls football team to fly the flag for the school today and they proved too strong for the Templemore outfit in this second round clash. they now progress to the Munster 1/4 final. well done to players and management.
1st year ladies football, County Championship:
Coláiste Treasa 6:10 – Coláiste Chraoibhín, Fermoy 5:04
Coláiste Treasa 1st year girls progressed to the 3rd round of the county championship after a victory over Coláiste Chraoibhín, Fermoy . In a high scoring encounter, the Kanturk school proved too strong for their fermoy counterparts. Well done to all concerned.
The Coláiste Treasa Senior camogie team recently took part in a 12 aside Blitz which was held in mallow. In the group stages the girls displayed great team work and in scoring 3:07 defeated St. Vincents in the first Group game. They followed this up with a one goal win over Ursuline, Blackrock.
This saw the girls through to the final against SMI, Newcastlewest. In a very entertaining game which saw Coláiste Treasa leading at half time , the Kanturk girls just fell short in the second half. Well done to the girls and management.
Badminton : County Badminton Finals
Congratulations to Coláiste Treasa on their success in the County Badminton finals which were held in the school hall. They have qualified for the Munster Finals which are scheduled for the 25th of January in U.L.
Coláiste Treasa have an unchallenged record in Cork Schools Badminton winning 42 titles over the past13 years.
Teams that qualified are:-
U/19 Girls D2- Hannah Buckley, Ciara O’Flynn, Karen O’Donoghue, Kaitlyn Kelleher, Sarah Weathers, Katie Lane, Muireann Healy.
U/19 Boys D1- Cathal O’Donoghue, Cal Shine, Tomás Howard, Conor Murphy, Liam Murphy, David Moore.
U/19 Boys D2 – Brian O’Sullivan, Kyle O’Connor, Matthew Weathers, Alan Coughlan.
U/14 Boys D2- David Shine, Stephen Kelleher, Conor Sheahan, Rory Sheahan, Ruairí O’Connell, Michael Twomey, Cian O’Donoghue, Brian O’Sullivan, James O’Sullivan, David Collins.
Munster Senior Hurling (Corn Risteard Uí Mhathuna ) Rd 2
Coláiste Treasa 0:17 – Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal, Blarney 1:12
Coláiste Treasa Senior hurlers progressed to the last 16 of the Corn Risteard Uí Mhathuna competition today after a 2 point victory over Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal. The Kanturk outfit didn’t play with the fluidity they showed in their first round outing but they did enough to hold on. Well done to players and Management.
U15 Munster Football Championship (Semi Final)
Coláiste Treasa 2:15 – Abbey CBS, Tipperary 3:09
After a titanic battle between two evenly matched teams, the Kanturk brigade edged proceedings to secure their place in the Munster Final. It was an impressive performance from the Coláiste Treasa team who have played with conviction since the season began. Well done to players and management.
Well done to our Senior 2 Girls Basketball Team who qualified for the county quarter final following recent victories over Mitchelstown and Doneraile
O’ Callaghan Cup, (U181/2 hurling)
Coláiste Treasa 0:09 – GaelCholáiste AG 0:22
O’ Callaghan Cup, (U181/2 hurling)
Coláiste Treasa 1:16 – Glanmire Community College 2:12
Munster Senior Hurling (Corn Risteard Uí Mhathuna ) Rd 1
Coláiste Treasa 2:21 – Presentation College 0:08
Coláiste Treasa got their senior hurling campaign off to a very positive start on Wednesday last. In a very satisfying performance the Kanturk outfit led by 6 points at the short whistle but pulled away in the second half to record a commanding win. Well done to all.
U15 Munster Football Championship
Coláiste Treasa 4:16 – Rathmore 2:13
Well done to Coláiste Treasa who put in a good performance in defeating Rathmore on Wednesday last. The final scoreline does not reflect how close the game was throughout, but the Kanturk lads took their goal chances and as the saying goes; ‘goals win games’. Well done to players and management.
U14 Hurling county ‘B’ Championship
Coláiste Treasa 6:15 – Kinsale Community School 4:15
In a very high scoring encounter, the Kanturk lads prevailed by 6 points. This was a very positive performance and will set this team up nicely for the next round. Well done to players and management.
Senior Football ‘B’ Championship
Coláiste Treasa 1:10 – Coachford College 2:10
Hard luck to our senior footballers who bowed out of the County competition this afternoon. It was a very encouraging performance by the Coláiste Treasa lads and will stand to them as they prepare for the Munster Championship. Well done to players and management.
U16 1\2 Hurling Munster ‘B’ Championship
Coláiste Treasa 2:15 – St Francis, Rochestown 2:19
A really excellent match saw the Rochestown side emerge deserving winners in this Munster Championship second round encounter. Although disappointed with the outcome , Coláiste Treasa players and management will be very pleased with the performance. Well done to all concerned.
U15 Munster Football Championship
Coláiste Treasa 1:16 – John the Baptist Community School, Hospital 3:08
Coláiste Treasa continued their successfull start to the school’s GAA season, with a hard fought victory over John the Baptist Community School in the U15 Munster football Championship. Trailing by 10 points at half time, the Kanturk out fit were well and truly outclassed in the first half. What followed in the second half was an outstanding performance which saw Coláiste Treasa play with aplomb and turn around this substantial deficit. Well done to players and Management.
U16 1\2 Hurling Munster ‘B’ Championship
Coláiste Treasa 4:13 – Clonmel High School 2:05
Coláiste Treasa made a very positive start to the hurling season with a comprehensive victory over Clonmel High School in the Munster Championship. Well done to the players and management.