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#Airtricity Premier Division

# airtricity-premier-division - Today’s News

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# airtricity-premier-division - Yesterday’s News

Bohs president says the club was ‘lucky and privileged’ to have Owen Heary as manager

Heary leaves after eight seasons at the club as a player and manager.

10-man Athlone relegated after UCD victory

Despite a good performance, Athlone are dropping down a division.

St Pat’s get perfect cup final preparation after Sligo rout

The Inchicore side won their last league game of the season 4-1.

Stephen O’Donnell scores a BIG goal in tonight’s LOI title decider

The Dundalk skipper has given them the narrowest of leads at Oriel Park.

As it happened: Dundalk v Cork City, Airtricity League Premier Division decider LOI This post contains a poll

As it happened: Dundalk v Cork City, Airtricity League Premier Division decider

It’s the Lilywhites v the Rebel Army. And the title’s up for grabs.

For one night only, the White House becomes the Lilywhite House

They’re psyched up for tonight’s big game over in the States.

From there to here: Neal Horgan on Cork City’s ‘worst week ever’ as club battled for survival

The Turner’s Cross favourite on how far the Leesiders have come.

‘I was told everything was banjaxed’ – Dundalk’s Stephen O’Donnell on his injury nightmare

The star has spent much of the season out of action, but will be available tonight for his team’s title decider.

17 signs you’re a hardcore Cork City fan

You’ve been to Limassol and Cwmbran and you were optimistic about Kabia and Dobbs up front.

# airtricity-premier-division - Wednesday 22 October, 2014

Four crucial goals (and one big save) that kept Cork’s unlikely title dream alive

If Cork win the Premier Division title on Friday night, nobody can say they did it the easy way.

Artificial pitches are ‘wrong’ – but Cork boss Caulfield making no excuses for title decider

Cork City have moved their training sessions to an all-weather pitch in the run-up to Friday’s showdown.

# airtricity-premier-division - Tuesday 21 October, 2014

Dundalk need an extra stand to cope with ticket demand for the title decider

Lilywhites expect their highest attendance in recent history for Friday’s winner-takes-all clash.

Bohs boss Heary set to take Sligo job

The Dubliner is expected to be named as the new Bit o’Red manager in the coming days.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 17 October, 2014

‘If Bohs can do us a favour tonight, great – but we know what we have to do’

Dane Massey and Dundalk are still taking the Premier Division title race one game at a time.

The title could be won and four other reasons to watch the League of Ireland this weekend

It’s the penultimate round of Premier Division fixtures this evening.

# airtricity-premier-division - Wednesday 15 October, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: No better feeling than winning the title on the final day

If Dundalk and Cork City both claim victories this week, they will clash in a winner-takes-all at Oriel Park next Friday.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 10 October, 2014

Cork maintain title bid with easy win over relegation-threatened Students

“We’re coming for you,” the large travelling contingent sang at full-time.

Fenlon’s unbeaten home record continues as Rovers see off Bray

Sean O’Connor’s wonderful curling strike was enough for Shamrock Rovers at Tallaght Stadium.

Dundalk remain on course for title after comfortable win in Athlone

It was first vs last tonight, and it showed.

Gaffney’s last-gasp winner leads Limerick to first-ever win at Brandywell

A much-changed Derry City side were beaten on home soil.


Late Zayed header earns Sligo Dalymount point

Bohemians had battled back to take a 2-1 second half lead.

# airtricity-premier-division - Tuesday 7 October, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: Plenty of others deserve Ireland call-up just as much as Lenihan

Our League of Ireland expert give his two cents on the latest player to be included in Martin O’Neill’s squad.

# airtricity-premier-division - Monday 6 October, 2014

Class video captures just what it means to be involved in a League of Ireland club

Kudos to Dundalk’s sponsors Fyffes for this effort.

# airtricity-premier-division - Saturday 4 October, 2014

Sligo trounce UCD to move them closer to the drop

Sligo outclassed The Students in a 4-0 win.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 3 October, 2014

Cork hold off late Drogheda rally to move level with Dundalk at top

An 81st-minute goal from sub Declan O’Brien gave the visitors hopes of taking something from the game late on.

Gaffney brace sees Limerick past Athlone

Athlone remain bottom of the table after another loss.

# airtricity-premier-division - Thursday 2 October, 2014

O’Brien praises top marksman Fagan as he closes in on Saints milestone

The St Patrick’s Athletic hitman is two goals away from 20 in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division for the season.

# airtricity-premier-division - Wednesday 1 October, 2014

13 things we learned from John Delaney’s ‘Game On’ interview

The FAI CEO discussed Roy Keane and the state of the League of Ireland among other issues.

# airtricity-premier-division - Tuesday 30 September, 2014

Point apiece for Seagulls and Candystripes after two late red cards

Rory Patterson’s second half penalty earned Derry a 1-1 draw after Adam Mitchell’s header had put Bray in front.

Fagan bags 18th league goal of the season as Saints see off Bohs

Aaron Greene and Conan Byrne were also on target for St Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park.

Brilliant O’Connor goal the highlight as Hoops breeze to win over UCD

Ryan Brennan and Gary McCabe were also on the scoresheet.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 26 September, 2014

Dundalk hold their nerve as edge closer to title

The table-toppers maintained their three-point advantage.

Nine-man Seagulls hang on for vital point at Drogheda LOI

Nine-man Seagulls hang on for vital point at Drogheda

Alan Mathews’ side battled to a draw in Louth.

No change in Euro vision as Pat’s and Rovers share the spoils

There was plenty of entertainment out in Inchicore.

Jason Byrne and Dave Mulcahy roll back the years for Bohs

Limerick lost out to the Gypsies at Dalymount.


Cork City fight back to edge Sligo and keep title hopes alive

Cork City fight back to edge Sligo and keep title hopes alive

Billy Dennehy scored the winner for John Caulfield’s side.

# airtricity-premier-division - Thursday 25 September, 2014

Towell happy at Dundalk but admits it would be ‘silly’ to turn down right move LOI

Towell happy at Dundalk but admits it would be ‘silly’ to turn down right move

The former Celtic midfielder says that he ‘loves’ playing his football in the League of Ireland but refused to rule out a move abroad.

# airtricity-premier-division - Sunday 21 September, 2014

Lehane the man as Cork keep pressure on Dundalk at the top

Few clear-cut opportunities at Thomond Park but Cork made theirs count.

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