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Date Time League Season
18 March 2022 3:00 pm LOI Men's First Division 2022

Match Report

First half hat-trick powers Cork win

Cork City worked in a clinical fashion, as a devastating opening half paved the way for a third victory on the trot.

Indeed, following wins over Cobh Ramblers and Waterford, it is now a trio of Munster Derby victories too.

They made light work of an underwhelming Treaty – who’ve now lost back to back games. This was their heaviest defeat in their short history.

Barry Coffey and a brace from Cian Bargary were enough to give the Rebels their first win over Treaty. Jonas Hakkinen added gloss late on with a fourth in the 80th minute.

The Limerick side got nowhere near their best in their first home game of the season. The pitch at Markets Field has had significant work and still is a distance from its best. Despite this, Cork played good football and ignored the bumps and bobbles to race clear here.

Just three minutes were gone when Coffey opened the scoring. He went straight through the middle and curled an effort beautifully into the top corner.

Bargary doubled the tally when advancing onto a Coffey pass before powering home, using the pitch to good effect, from 22 yards.

His third had some controversy when he blocked a clearance, possibly with his hand, before tapping home to seal the win. All this before the interval, where Treaty needed to reset.

A double change from Tommy Barrett gave the hosts a foothold, but ultimately, they were unable to significantly worry David Harrington. The Cork keeper keeping another clean sheet – with only Galway finding a way beyond an organised City defence so far this season.

Their fourth goal was the icing on the cake, with a defensive mix-up allowing Jonas Hakkinen pounce for a rare goal, after the ball broke back off the crossbar.

  • 80'

    Hakkinen taps home after a mistake by Brady . The ball rebounded off the bar and back to the defender who tapped home.

  • 66'

    Very little to report in the last few minutes, Treaty have lost the impetus that they had early in the second half.

  • 60'

    A reminder that Cork top the table, but also that they've only conceded once this season. It is easy see why.

  • 55'

    A free-kick 22 yards out whizzes past the post. Kieran Hanlon the taker, better from Treaty but Cork in cruise control.

  • 52'

    Penalty appeal from Treaty, nothing coming, before Joe Collins hits a tame effort into the gloves of Harrington.

  • 46'

    Double change for Treaty - with Collins and Keane on for Fleming and Devitt. Stephen Christopher now into right full-back.

  • 46'

    Double change for Treaty - with Collins and Keane on for Fleming and Devitt. Stephen Christopher now into right full-back.

  • 45'

    Nearly half-time and a half chance presents itself to Coffey who doesn't get his shot execution right. .

  • 41'

    Dean George stings the hand of Harrington, routine save for the Cork keeper.

  • 34'

    Bargary on the double. He blocks down a clearance from a defender before finding the net from close range. Cork superb, Treaty all over the place.

  • 34'

    Treaty support are getting frustrated as Cian Murphy gets another shot away on the edge of the home box.

  • 30'

    A rare attack for Treaty yields a free-kick. Marc Ludden delivers it but it is headed clear.

  • 26'

    Cian Bargary recieves a pass from Coffey in is allowed to carry the ball to the edge of the area. He sends a right footed effort looping into the top corner. What a strike. It appeared to catch Brady by surprise. Cork in control.

  • 7'

    Cork replace the injured Keating with Ronan Hurley.

  • 20'

    A third Cork corner. They've been the better side. Kevin O'Connor to deliver this one.

  • 15'

    Smart save from Jack Brady to deny Celtic loanee Coffey from doubling the lead.

  • 12'

    Loud support for sides. Cork forced into a re-shuffle as Ruairi Keating hobbled off earlier. Hurley has come to the left-wing.

  • 10'

    Good work from Joel Coustrain who wins Treaty their first corner of the day.

  • 3'

    Barry Coffey curls Cork into the lead. The attacker guides a lovely effort into the corner after goof play from Ruairi Keating.

  • I'm Tom Clancy and welcome to Market's Field for the eagerly anticipated meeting of Treaty United v Cork City. The sun is out, and the pitch is at last, playable.

Treaty Utd

1Jack Brady Goalkeeper
2Charlie Fleming 8 Defender
32Joe Gorman Defender
5Sean Guerins Forward
3Marc Ludden Defender
6Callum McNamara Midfielder
10Dean George 25 Forward 72'
12Lee Devitt 22 Midfielder
11Stephen Christopher Midfielder
17Joel Coustrain 16 Midfielder
9Kieran Hanlon 27 Forward
13Conor Winn
8Joe Collins 2 Midfielder
16William Armshaw 17 Midfielder
20Martin Coughlan Midfielder
22Matt Keane 12 Defender
25Mark Walsh 10 Midfielder
27Jack Arra 9 Forward
19Josh Quinlivan Midfielder

Cork City

13David Harrington Goalkeeper
6Ally Gilchrist Defender 54'
8Aaron Bolger Midfielder
9Ruairi Keating 3 Forward
10Barry Coffey 19 Midfielder 3'
11Cian Bargary Forward 26', 35'
14Kevin O’Connor Defender
15Matt Healy Midfielder
17Darragh Crowley 2 Forward
24Cian Murphy 27 Forward 69'
28Jonas Hakkinen 18 Defender 80'
2Uniss Kargbo 17 Defender
3Ronan Hurley 9 Defender
18Joshua Honohan 28 Defender
19Matt Srbely 10 Midfielder
20Jimmy Corcoran Goalkeeper
21Oran Crowe Midfielder
23Kieran Coates
27Mark O’Mahony 24 Forward

Past Meetings

(Series 26)
3 - 1
LOI Women's Premier Division
Turner's Cross

Cork City v Treaty United

(Round 23)
0 - 0
LOI Men's First Division
Markets Field

Treaty United v Cork City

(Series 17)
1 - 2
LOI Women's Premier Division
Markets Field

Treaty United v Cork City

(Round 14)
2 - 3
LOI Men's First Division
Turner's Cross

Cork City v Treaty United

(Series 8)
2 - 3
LOI Women's Premier Division
Turner's Cross

Cork City v Treaty United

(Round 5)
2 - 1
LOI Men's First Division
Markets Field

Treaty United v Cork City

(Semi Final)
2 - 0
FAI Women's Cup
Turner's Cross

Cork City v Treaty United

(Series 3)
2 - 5
LOI Women's Premier Division
Markets Field

Treaty United v Cork City

Ground

Markets Field
Markets Field, Limerick City, County Limerick, Munster, V94 AY9C, Ireland