A large number of parents, supporters and club officials attended the Killanardrish/Coachford underage Victory Social at The Lee Valley Golf and Country Club to celebrate with the U12s, 13s and under 16s. All the boys had very successful seasons and this was reflected by the number of trophies on display. Guest of honor on the night was Cork City player, Colin Healy who presented all the boys with their medals. Under 16 player of the year was awarded to Matthew Bradley. Liam Twohig picked up the award for the Under 13s and Luke Casey was given the honour for his perfomance with the Under 12s. The Schoolboys Football Association of Ireland representative,Eddie Doyle presented Adam Murphy and Luke Casey with special awards to mark their representation on the Cork Schoolboys Under 12 team who captured the All Ireland title in May. Club Chairman, Pat O’ Sullivan thanked the coaches, players and parents for their huge committment during the 2012/13 season and said ” This was one of the most successful seasons the club has ever had. The large crowd that has turned out here tonight is testament to how much this success means to everyone. It is also noted that many of the senior players are also here tonight to pay tribute to the players who may, over the next few seasons will be taking thier places on the Premier team. We are a small club but we have continued to make our mark in the Cork Schoolboys league. We are extremely fortunate to have a number of people who work tirelessly in the background to ensure that our pitches, finances and day to day running of the club is always organised properly. I would like to pay special tribute to Olive O’Sullivan and Kathleen Flannigan who do an awful lot of work in the non competitive leagues for the Under 8s and Under 10s.” The Chairman also reminded players that Registration for the 2013/14 season for all underage players takes place next Wednesday, August 7th from 7.00pm to 8.30pm. The FAI Soccer school takes place at the Glebe from Monday,August 12th to 16th and there are still some places left.