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Airtricity Premier Division

# airtricity-premier-division - Today’s News


# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 29 August, 2014

Saints secure win after Clarke’s heroics

St. Pat’s have their keeper to thank after leaving Derry with three points.

Clinical Bray earn crucial win in battle against the drop

UCD are facing a potential relegation playoff after another poor result.

Dundalk hold on to edge closer to the title

It was a tense night at Oriel Park but the league leaders got the win.

Madden’s strike enough to earn Rovers three points

Shamrock Rovers gained on their nearest rivals with tonight’s win.


Athlone earn draw to dent Cork’s title hopes

Athlone pegged back Cork twice in their 2-2 draw.

Drogheda ease past Limerick at Thomond Park

Drogheda pulled clear with three second half goals.

# airtricity-premier-division - Thursday 28 August, 2014

LOI double winner has to sell medals to pay daughters’ university fees

Former keeper Wayne Russell is “heartbroken” to have to part with his medals.

# airtricity-premier-division - Monday 25 August, 2014

Derry hit four to ease past Limerick at Thomond Park

The Candystripes never looked back after Patrick McEleney’s goal.

# airtricity-premier-division - Wednesday 20 August, 2014

Bohs insist that Dalymount Park WAS playable on Monday night

Referee Tomas Connolly sensationally called off the tie between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers due to concerns about the pitch.

# airtricity-premier-division - Monday 18 August, 2014

Drogheda’s mid-season revival continues with win over Derry

Damien Richardson’s men are now just two points behind the visitors in sixth.

Last gasp Dundalk equaliser rescues point for league leaders

David McMillan scored four minutes from time.

Limerick’s good run continues as Gaffney downs the champions

It was a first defeat in 10 games for the home side.

Cork City held by 10-man Bray

The home side couldn’t close the gap at the top of the Airtricity League Premier Division tonight.


Bohemians v Rovers called off over penalty spot concerns

Referee Tomas Connolly made the decision 45 minutes before kick off.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 15 August, 2014

Cork City stay in title hunt with Derry victory

John O’Flynn grabbed the game’s only goal.

Bolger red can’t stop Saints scoring three in win over UCD

Keith Fahey was on target for the hosts before they were reduced to 10 men.

Late, late show earns Athlone Town a point

Pat Fenlon’s first game on the road with his new side ended in a draw.

Hoban heads late winner for Dundalk against bogey team Limerick

The Galwegian headed in Darren Meenan’s corner to deny Limerick another result against the Lilywhites.


Zayed opens Sligo account as Bray’s winless streak climbs to 12

It was the former Shamrock Rovers man’s first goal for the Bit O’Red.

Moore and Byrne secures second home win of the season for Bohs

However a double sending off was the game’s big talking point.

5 reasons to watch the League of Ireland this week

Can the drama possibly top Colin Healy’s goal last week?

# airtricity-premier-division - Saturday 9 August, 2014

Sligo record comfortable win over Athlone

It was all too easy for the Bit o’ Red.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 8 August, 2014

League leaders held in Wee County derby

In form Gary O’Neill was on the score-sheet again for Drogheda.

Rovers return to winning ways under new boss Fenlon

However, the former Hibs boss won’t be happy with everything he saw tonight in Tallaght.

# airtricity-premier-division - Thursday 7 August, 2014

Limerick put Bray to the sword in Thomond LOI

Limerick put Bray to the sword in Thomond

Rory Gaffney was the hero for the blues.

‘Budgets don’t win football matches’ – Pat Fenlon on Shamrock Rovers job

The former Shels, Derry and Bohs manager has taken the hot seat in Tallaght.

# airtricity-premier-division - Wednesday 6 August, 2014

Fenlon confirmed as new Shamrock Rovers boss

A former Hoops player, the Dubliner takes over from Trevor Croly and faces his old club Derry City on Friday night.

# airtricity-premier-division - Tuesday 5 August, 2014

Croly: Players struggled to deal with pressure and fans didn’t help

The former Shamrock Rovers boss appeared on Soccer Republic last night to speak about the reasons behind his departure.

# airtricity-premier-division - Saturday 2 August, 2014

A view from outside: Does LOI need to be stronger for Ireland to thrive at international level?

Guillem Balague and Gaizka Mendieta on what the Irish team needs to do to improve.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 1 August, 2014

Derry take full advantage of lacklustre Bohs display

Michael Duffy scored twice as his side turned on the style at the Brandywell.

Classy Drogheda too good for struggling Students

An early goal from Gavin Brennan and three second half strikes including a Gary O’Neill brace gave the hosts an easy win.

Last-gasp Barker strike ends Bray’s six-game losing streak at Athlone’s expense

Keith Long’s side remain six points adrift at the bottom of the table

Dundalk overcome Cork in top-of-the-table clash following late drama

The visitors gained some breathing space on their title rivals at Turner’s Cross tonight.

# airtricity-premier-division - Thursday 31 July, 2014

Cork City boosted by Brian Lenihan’s training ground visit ahead of Dundalk clash

John Caulfield’s men host the Airtricity League leaders at Turner’s Cross tomorrow evening.

Shamrock Rovers assistant hits out at ‘disgusting’ comments by Alan Cawley

John Gill has backed Hoops boss Trevor Croly after he came in for criticism on this week’s Soccer Republic.

# airtricity-premier-division - Sunday 27 July, 2014

Sligo leave it late but do enough to see off Limerick LOI

Sligo leave it late but do enough to see off Limerick

Martin Russell began life as Blues boss with defeat.

Five-star Dundalk hammer Bray to go three points clear at top

Stephen Kenny’s men showed little sign of a European hangover as they won easily.

Candystripes hit UCD for six as Duffy the hat-trick hero LOI

Candystripes hit UCD for six as Duffy the hat-trick hero

Derry City put their European exit behind them with an emphatic win.

# airtricity-premier-division - Saturday 26 July, 2014

St Pat’s find perfect cure for European hangover in Athlone

Liam Buckley’s side responded to their Champions League elimination by cutting the gap to league-leading Dundalk and Cork.

Drogheda United appoint Damien Richardson as manager

The former Shamrock Rovers and Shelbourne boss will be assisted by Darius Kierans, who was caretaker manager up until 8:55pm this evening.

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