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#League of Ireland Premier Division

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Friday 18 August, 2017

16-year-old makes cameo appearance as Bray conjure confidence-boosting win

Jake Ellis was introduced late on as the Seagulls got a much-needed win at home to Drogheda.

Gary Shaw conjures late, late brace as Rovers come from behind to snatch win in Galway

Ronan Murray gave the Tribesmen a first-half lead but they failed to keep hold of the lead.

Cork suffer second home league defeat as Sligo stun Turner's Cross

Rhys McCabe’s second half strike handed the Bit O’Red three precious points.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Tuesday 15 August, 2017

Sligo's survival chances take big hit after Showgrounds stalemate with Bray

Sligo are in serious trouble while Bray will still have an eye on Shamrock Rovers in fourth.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Friday 4 August, 2017

'The Derry Pele' sent-off as Galway rally late in Ballybofey thanks to brace from Ronan Murray

Paddy McCourt’s dismissal proved a pivotal point in the game as Finn Harps conceded twice late on.

Barry McNamee's long-distance lob ensures smash and grab Derry win in Tallaght Northern Soul This post contains videos

Barry McNamee's long-distance lob ensures smash and grab Derry win in Tallaght

Aaron McEneff was also on the mark as the Candystripes got the better of Shamrock Rovers.

Cork City need just eight more points to secure the title after slender win in Drogheda

Stephen Dooley’s goal proved the difference as John Caulfield’s side bounced back after defeat to Bohs.

McEleney delivers superb strike and a standout performance in Dundalk win

The Lilywhites put three last Limerick at Oriel Park tonight.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Friday 28 July, 2017

Life after Sean Maguire has its teething problems but Cork City still get the job done

Garry Buckley & Karl Sheppard were on target in a 2-1 win over Galway.

A bizarre week gets worse for Bray as Harps hand 10-man Seagulls home defeat

Goalkeeper Peter Cherrie was sent off in a 3-2 loss at the Carlisle Grounds.

Fagan's first-half finish proves the difference in relegation six-pointer

St Patrick’s Athletic claimed a 1-0 win over Drogheda United on the road tonight.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Sunday 23 July, 2017

'I'd given everything to Cork, but there's always that tinge - that little bit of regret'

The current Republic of Ireland U-17 boss on a potential porn career, leaving GAA behind, the Rebel Army and regrets.

Rovers claim first victory at Oriel Park since 2014 as Gary Shaw's early goal proves crucial

Both teams tasted European disappointment during the week but still served up an entertaining clash.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Friday 21 July, 2017

Another spectacular League of Ireland strike but Bray's crisis still goes from bad to worse Wandering Lonely This post contains videos

Another spectacular League of Ireland strike but Bray's crisis still goes from bad to worse

Gary McCabe conjured a magnificent free-kick to give the Seagulls the lead but St. Pat’s rallied to pick up a second successive win.

Holohan hits superb hat-trick against former club as Galway breathe some life into staying up

The midfielder joined from Cork City earlier in the campaign but spent the 2014 season with Drogheda.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Sunday 16 July, 2017

Another Maguire masterclass as the City striker waves goodbye to the League of Ireland

The Preston-bound attacker put on a show against Bray Wanderers.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Sunday 9 July, 2017

Tunnel bust-up but Sean Maguire ensures Cork's unbeaten run extends to 25

St Pat’s had Owen Garvan sent-off after half-time tunnel clash.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Friday 30 June, 2017

Standard Patrick McEleney 30-yard lob the highlight on difficult night for Bray

Robbie Benson grabbed a brace in Dundalk’s 3-0 victory.

Dominant Limerick ease to victory and raid the points from struggling Drogs LOI

Dominant Limerick ease to victory and raid the points from struggling Drogs

Robbie Williams and Garbhan Coughlan hit the goals at United Park.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Thursday 22 June, 2017

'We play football in every part of the pitch - they don't': Kenny Shiels blasts 'long ball' Cork City

Derry meet the league leaders at Maginn Park tomorrow night.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Saturday 17 June, 2017

Draw sees Sligo move out of bottom three though it could've been better but for a familiar face

Galway’s Stephen Folan – formerly with the Bit O’Red – grabbed a leveller after Jonah Ayunga put the hosts in front.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Friday 16 June, 2017

In the battle of depleted squads, Shamrock Rovers dig out a slender win in Donegal

Michael O’Connor’s glancing header proved the difference.

Another brace for Maguire, another three points for Cork City and it's now 17 wins from 18 games

Stephen Dooley and Jimmy Keohane were also on the mark for The Rebel Army.

Late drama as Bray snatch victory over Derry and reclaim third spot in the table

Tim Clancy was the hero for the hosts – just as he was when the sides last faced each other.

Big second half from Bohs secures derby bragging rights as St Pat's slip deeper into relegation trouble

Liam Buckley’s side find themselves second-from-bottom after 3-1 home defeat.

Six appeal for Dundalk as Patrick McEleney conjures another wonder goal in rampant derby win

There were doubles for David McMillan and Ciaran Kilduff while Michael Duffy was also on the scoresheet.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Tuesday 6 June, 2017

United Irishmen: Preston set to follow up Sean Maguire signing with another raid on Cork City

Kevin O’Connor is set to sign with the Championship side in the coming days.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Friday 2 June, 2017

Candystripes's unbeaten run extends to double-figures as they head into midseason break in third

Ronan Curtis scored a terrific free-kick while Nathan Boyle added a second for the hosts.

Absolutely incredible finale on Shannonside as Limerick and Bray serve up 8-goal thriller

With three minutes to go, it was 3-3 but there was still time for plenty more drama.

Drogheda hold out at Dalymount to frustrate Bohs

Two of the league’s lowest scoring teams lived up to their billing.

Sligo and Finn Harps go into break facing relegation battle after scoreless stalemate

There wasn’t much entertainment at the Showgrounds.

Rovers lose ground in quest for European football after feisty Dublin derby draw

The Hoops were reduced to 10 men late on after goalscorer Graham Burke was dished a straight red card.

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

Victory for Stephen Kenny’s side could have given them some hope of reeling in the Rebel Army. But, the guests proved far too strong.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Saturday 15 April, 2017

With Roy Keane watching, Limerick easily brushed past the Drogs to move into the top-four

Rodrigo Tosi was on the mark for the Shannonsiders while Chris Mulhall added a second.

# league-of-ireland-premier-division - Friday 14 April, 2017

Alarm bells at Dundalk as reigning champions crash to their third defeat in six games

In a week where Stephen Kenny spoke about his side not being awarded penalties, they conceded two here and were punished.

Tribesmen drop more points at home to Pat's as pressure grows on Shane Keegan

The hosts had to make do with a draw as their wait for a first victory of the season continues.

Sheppard's stunner ensures it's a great Friday for Cork City as their remarkable run continues

Garry Buckley was also on target for John Caulfield’s side as they moved nine points clear.

Hoops celebrate Milltown memory with win over 10-man Sligo Rovers

Brandon Miele scored the only goal as Sligo Rovers’ John Russell was issued an early red.

Elastic Banda: Substitute proves crucial as Harps take bragging rights in derby with Derry

The attacker came off the bench early in the first-half and grabbed the opening goal.

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