Newcomers St. Marys make a firm impact on the Munster Junior League scene by winning the MJC, the Tyler Cup and the Munster Junior League undefeated. Scenes of joy near Shandon – Mikey Dunne is offered a trial by Arsenal and declines.
Winners of the Munster Minor League and Shield Runners-Up. Sean Burns, John Cullen and Jerry Geaney emerge from a class of excellence to play League Of Ireland soccer.
Winners of the Cork City Minor Challenge Cup and Runners-up in the Minor League, Shield & Cup
Winners of the Foley Cup and City Junior Challenge Cup. Runners-up in The Jimmy Daly Memorial Cup
Winners of the City Junior Challenge Cup for the second consecutive year.
Having spent the first six years of their life in the Munster Junior League, St. Mary’s move residence to the Cork City & County Athletic Union League with the help of Nat Ross. Their inaugural season was blessed with the winning of the League’s most sought after jewel, The A.O.H. Cup
A lone trophy occupies the sideboard, the Frist Division Shield is won.
St. Mary’s win the Munster Junior Cup for the second time after a three match marathon Cup-Final. A fractured leg ruled Charlie Browne out of the final victory, Morgan Virgo scores from the spot at the Markets Field, O’Connell’s goal seals Cup victory at the Mardyke.
Runners-Up in the minor League to Tower Rovers, Runners-Up in the Timothy Jim O’Keefe Cup to Ringmahon Rangers. Winners of the Junior Reserve League; St Mary’s Reserves 4 – Rockmount Reserves 2. After a rousing decider on Wednesday 29th May 1951