1970-1971
St.Mary’s fought a terrific League compaign with Middle Parish reps Wembley, with the Saints eventually taking the Premier league Pennent. The Saxone and President’s Cups came back to their old home in Gurranabraher and the Saint’s second string made their contribution to the silver swag by winning the Second Division Shield. St. Michaels of Tipperary nicked the A.O.H Cup while the Saints were having forty winks.

1971-1972
Crosshaven with goal hungry Buzz O’Connell leading the seasider’s attack captured the season’s curtain raiser, “The Premier Shield”, St. Mary’s Runners-Up ST. Mary’s turned the tables on the Crosshaven by taking their fourth Munster Junior Cup in a Cork A.U.L Derby Final.

1972-1973
Premier Shield and A.O.H. Cup triumphs against Wembley and Castleview respectively.

1973-1974
Premier Shield winners over Wembley. The Hawk swoops with his Tipperary Saints to clinch the Premier Leaque Championship, St. Mary’s pick up Runners-Up spot.

1974-1975
St. Mary’s are double achievers. Fourth A. O.H. Cup Victory. Killeagh Utd bow to superior Saints.
St Mary’s pip Castleview for Premier League Title.

1975-1976

Cork City’s oldest club Rockmount F.C. win their first Premier League Honours by beating St. Mary’s to the finishing line. Rockmount also overcome St. Mary’s in the Cork area of the F.A.I. Junior Challenge Cup And a dismal ending to the season for St. Mary’s with the loss of the A.O.H. Cup to Castleview

1976-1977
Premier League Runners-Up to Castleview. St. Mary’s record a fifth A.O.H. Cup over Avondale Utd by 2-0 Reserve side St. Mary’s Utd win Saxone Cup over 4th Batallion.

1977-1978
St. Mary’s win youths Division One over Springfield. Murphy Cup won victory over Kilreen Celtic. St. Mary’s advance in Cork area over Midleton_League Pennant flutters over Crofton Celtic’s H.Q. with Saints as Runners-Up.

1978-1979
A season of discontent. Organised protest marches to highlight the shortage of soccer pitches. St. Mary’s missing from the honours parade this season but the kids keep the flag flying St. Mary’s U-13 Champions win 4-1 over Everton, E Browne, JMcHale, MO’Calaghan & Daclan Daly hit the target. It is of interest to note that Everton’s goal was scored by Noel O’Sullivan from an excellently taken corner by the one and only Denis Irwin. St. Mary’s AFC take this opportunity of wishing Denis all the best in his life at home, and every success in his football career for his club Manchestor United and his country Republic of Ireland.

1979-1980
St. Mary’s youths lose out to Rockmount and Tramore Athletic in the Murphy and Munster Youths Cups separately.