1950-1951

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.

1951-1952

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.

1952-1953

Winners of the Cork City Minor Challenge Cup and Runners-up in the Minor League, Shield & Cup

1953-1954

Winners of the Foley Cup and City Junior Challenge Cup.  Runners-up in The Jimmy Daly Memorial Cup

1954-1955

Winners of the City Junior Challenge Cup for the second consecutive year.

1955-1956

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

1956-1957

A lone trophy occupies the sideboard, the Frist Division Shield is won.

1957-1958

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.

1958-1959

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