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#Airtricity League

# airtricity-league - Tuesday 10 May, 2016

Houston rescues a share of the spoils for Finn Harps in north-west derby

Derry had to settle for a 2-2 draw at the Brandywell this evening.

McCabe brace beats Sligo Rovers as Hoops hop into third

An energetic Shamrock Rovers attack made it a comfortable win in Tallaght

Quigley sent off as Cork City claim another win over Bohs

Garry Buckley tapped in the only goal of the game to hand the Rebels all three points at Dalymount Park.

Two see red as Saints end Galway's unbeaten home record with comfortable win

Liam Buckley’s men picked up a 3-0 victory at Eamonn Deacy Park tonight.


Wexford Youths come out on top of six-goal six-pointer at the bottom

Town and Youths began the night level on six points, but there is valuable daylight below Wexford now.

Boyle bumps Dundalk to sixth straight league win

A first-half header was enough for the Lilywhites at Oriel Park, but the home faithful might well have expected to see more goals.

# airtricity-league - Friday 25 March, 2016

Significant sums of money at stake when Irish clubs opt to postpone a game

League of Ireland columnist John O’Sullivan takes an in-depth look at the delicate balancing act facing Cork City.

# airtricity-league - Friday 11 March, 2016

There’s a reason Cork City fans might not want Leicester City to win the Premier League

John O’Sullivan warns of the dangers of ‘link-up’ deals between Irish clubs and their English counterparts.

# airtricity-league - Thursday 3 March, 2016

We’ll Leave It There So: TV3 to show Euro games, McGregor keen on Lawler and all today’s sport

Elsewhere, Jack McCaffrey may be unavailable for Dublin’s championship defence while Belvedere College booked their place in the Leinster Schools Senior Cup.

# airtricity-league - Saturday 16 January, 2016

‘I was kept in the dark’: Ex-Limerick striker Gaffney relieved after sealing Bristol switch

Rory Gaffney hoping to continue his red-hot form for Bristol Rovers.

# airtricity-league - Thursday 24 December, 2015

Stephen McPhail has signed on for another year at Shamrock Rovers

The 36-year-old will return for a third season in Tallaght.

# airtricity-league - Sunday 8 November, 2015

What can the League of Ireland learn from North America’s soccer structure?

Many have spoken about domestic soccer here adopting a MLS-style system.

# airtricity-league - Friday 30 October, 2015

Longford finish season with a flourish at home to Derry

Tonight was the third successive game that the Town managed to score three goals.

Freddy makes it a nightmare for Sligo as Limerick battle their way to play-off

The ‘keeper’s penalty save put Limerick on track for a vital win.

# airtricity-league - Tuesday 15 September, 2015

Peter Hutton and Derry City have parted ways, the club announce LOI

Peter Hutton and Derry City have parted ways, the club announce

The Candystripes were dumped out of the cup last night.

# airtricity-league - Sunday 30 August, 2015

Sligo a bit out of the red after sharing spoils with Shamrock Rovers

Gary McCabe came back to haunt his old club and deny them victory.

O’Sullivan’s clinical strike shoots down Seagulls

The Longford stalwart made the difference to earn his side all three points.

# airtricity-league - Friday 31 July, 2015

Brandywell faithful celebrate after 2 months without a goal and 12 games without a win

Longford Town caught Derry on a bad night.

O’Sullivan settles for brace as Cork put 4 past Bohs

The Rebels are now unbeaten in 11 games.

Saints claim the spoils from cavalier clash with Galway

It was a fine night for attacking football in Inchicore.

Miele’s on wheels to deliver victory for Shamrock Rovers in Drogheda

The winger’s first half strike gave the Hoops licence to play on the break for most of this game.

# airtricity-league - Saturday 13 June, 2015

Unstoppable Timlin free-kick earns a point for Derry in Drogheda

Adam Whelan banged in his first Drogheda goal to level the tie after half-time.

No Heary, no points for Sligo as Towell gets Dundalk back to winning ways

Owen Heary is officially still the manager of the north-west club, but Joe Ndo took charge this evening.

Powerful Keegan header gives Galway all three points in Longford

The visitors struck just past the hour to quieten the home support.

Cork ride out stormy clash with Bray to stay in touch at league’s summit

Colin Healy and Adam Mitchell red cards ensured the game finished with just 20 men on the field.

# airtricity-league - Saturday 4 April, 2015

O’Conor levels late to end Dundalk’s winning streak

Richie Towell’s superb strike had looked like it would be enough for the champions sixth win on the bounce.

# airtricity-league - Wednesday 25 March, 2015

Flynn fires Longford into the winner’s enclosure while Bray stay pointless

An early goal in either half earned a first win of the season for the Town.

A gorgeous late free kick from a prodigal son rescued a point for Drogheda United

Sean Thornton denied Limerick a win over the 10-man hosts.

Galway have no answer for Dennehy’s delivery at the Cross

Winger Billy Dennehy made goals for Karl Sheppard and Alan Bennett on Leeside tonight.

10-man Bohs punished by late whitewash from champions

Two sides with perfect starts to the season met in Dalymount tonight. Something had to give.

Drennan heaps misery on Sligo as Hoops come come away with all three points

The attacker scored a second half winner at the Showgrounds having terrorised the Bit O’Red defence.

# airtricity-league - Thursday 20 November, 2014

Fenlon fights off competition to sign Danny North and underline Rovers’ lofty ambitions

The Hoops boss has wasted little time in strengthening his squad for next season as North’s arrival follows that of Keith Fahey’s.

# airtricity-league - Tuesday 4 November, 2014

5 winners and losers of the 2014 League of Ireland season

It was a great year for Stephen Kenny and Longford Town while UCD and Roddy Collins will not look back on it fondly.

# airtricity-league - Monday 20 October, 2014

Six of the most dramatic final days in the League of Ireland LOI

Six of the most dramatic final days in the League of Ireland

The League of Ireland has had its fair share of last day drama.

# airtricity-league - Wednesday 17 September, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: A reserve league would be best for everyone

Our League of Ireland columnist believes young players and those on the fringes would benefit from the introduction of second teams.

# airtricity-league - Tuesday 15 July, 2014

Gifts galore as Bayern Munich, Arsenal and Inter Milan wish Cork City a happy 30th birthday

Arsene Wenger and Karl-Heinze Rummenigge have both written to the club in advance of its anniversary on Saturday.

# airtricity-league - Friday 2 May, 2014

A 0-0 draw never felt so sweet as Athlone snap 12-game losing streak

Keith Long’s team could have claimed all three points but were left ruing a late penalty miss.

Dundalk go top after putting Cork to the sword at Oriel Park

Richie Towell scored his third and fourth league goals of the season.

McEleney wonder strike lights up ill-tempered affair as Bohs and Derry share spoils

The Candystripes have now drawn six of their first 10 league matches.

# airtricity-league - Wednesday 23 April, 2014

Here’s our SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Team of the Week

After a bonus round of games on Easter Monday, we have a bonus Team of the Week for you.

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