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# league-of-ireland - Tuesday 3 May, 2016

Dundalk maintain perfect record on the road and this week's LOI talking points

Meanwhile, Cork kept a second consecutive clean sheet but Galway and Longford need to work on their defending.

On-loan Bournemouth striker included in our League of Ireland Team of the Week

Josh O’Hanlon, who is enjoying a spell at Longford Town, makes it into our latest XI after his goal on Friday night.

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# league-of-ireland - Friday 29 April, 2016

Finn Harps left frustrated as Wexford Youths fight back to earn draw

Ryan Curran gave the visitors the lead with a 23rd-minute first-half penalty.

Shamrock Rovers bounce back from successive defeats with drab victory over Bray LOI

Shamrock Rovers bounce back from successive defeats with drab victory over Bray

The win will ease the pressure on Pat Fenlon for the time being.

Horgan-inspired Dundalk too good for Bohs

The Louth men extended their lead at the top of the Airtricity League Premier Division with a win tonight.

In-form Cork edge Pat's to go second LOI

In-form Cork edge Pat's to go second

Karl Sheppard’s 25th-minute goal — his third consecutive game to find the net — was enough for John Caulfield’s side.

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Derry's 9-game unbeaten run ended by Sligo

A fine start to the season has seen Kenny Shiels’ side go second.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 28 April, 2016

Ireland rugby legend Tony Ward named president of Limerick FC

The former star agreed to the role after being approached by chairman Pat O’Sullivan.

Former Ireland international Liam O'Brien is the new Bray assistant manager

O’Brien set to join Harry Kenny in the dugout when Bray travel to Tallaght tomorrow.

'In Sweden, even if you are not interested in football you love Zlatan'

Armin Aganovic knows his Swedish football.

# league-of-ireland - Wednesday 27 April, 2016

Waterford United will hold emergency meeting tonight as club needs €80k to survive this season

The SSE Airtricity League First Division must raise funds in order to get through the current campaign.

# league-of-ireland - Monday 25 April, 2016

Shamrock Rovers' failure against the top sides and the League of Ireland talking points

Meanwhile, Sligo Rovers picked up their first win of the season and Cork ended a three-game winless run.

Another 2 goals puts Galway's in-form striker into our LOI Team of the Week

Vinny Faherty is one of two Tribesmen selected our latest line-up.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 22 April, 2016

McCabe sees red and Finn strikes against former employers as Dundalk overcome Hoops

Stephen Kenny’s men earned a 2-0 victory over Shamrock Rovers this evening.

With a 100% record and 10 points clear, Limerick are absolutely tearing up the First Division

We speak to manager Martin Russell about their blistering start to the season.

# league-of-ireland - Thursday 21 April, 2016

Bray are looking for a new manager as Mick Cooke departs

Harry Kenny has agreed to step in as caretaker manager of the first team for now.

# league-of-ireland - Tuesday 19 April, 2016

VIDEO: James McClean's brother scores with a stunning strike Take A Bow This post contains videos

VIDEO: James McClean's brother scores with a stunning strike

The teenager earned Derry a point against Longford at the weekend.

# league-of-ireland - Monday 18 April, 2016

Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers hit with FAI charges after violent clashes between fans Off-field Trouble This post contains videos

Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers hit with FAI charges after violent clashes between fans

The two SSE Airtricity League clubs will face disciplinary hearings later this week.

James McClean's brother makes our LOI Team of the Week after his wonder-strike

Candystripes defender Patrick helped them earn a point in Longford.

Ugly scenes overshadow Dublin derby and the weekend's League of Ireland talking points

The brother of an Ireland winger shone for Derry City, while Dundalk edged out Sligo at home and Cork had to settle for a point.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 15 April, 2016

Bohemians issue statement following crowd trouble at Dalymount Park

Tonight’s match was interrupted owing to crowd disturbances, with members of the Gardaí ultimately having to intervene.

Former Bray player comes back to haunt his old club as Finn Harps earn 3rd home win

The Donegal side’s extremely encouraging start to the season continued tonight.

Four-star Hoops earn bragging rights with win in heated Dublin derby

The game was delayed because of incidents with the fans on the pitch at stages.

Cantwell own goal earns point for Cork City on frustrating trip to Galway LOI

Cantwell own goal earns point for Cork City on frustrating trip to Galway

The crowd were treated to an entertaining four-goal game.

Byrne brace helps Saints rout Youths in Inchicore LOI

Byrne brace helps Saints rout Youths in Inchicore

Danny Furlong was sent off in the second half.

Ronan Finn spot on as under-par Dundalk see off Sligo

The league champions go three points clear.

Irish football may fear the GAA, but playing in winter is hampering our kids' development

Columnist John O’Sullivan believes its time for schoolboy leagues to move to summer football.

'One of the reasons I signed was to be involved in the derby' - Bohs new star winger Ben Mohamed

The 21-year-old talks about moving to the north Dublin club, studying at Trinity College and his aspirations to earn international caps ahead of tonight’s clash with Shamrock Rovers.

# league-of-ireland - Monday 11 April, 2016

Winless Sligo showing encouraging signs and this week's LOI talking points

Derry City continued their impressive start to the campaign, while Wexford Youths held their own at Turner’s Cross and Galway United won ugly.

Hat-trick hero Finn the 1st name in our latest League of Ireland Team of the Week

The midfielder is one of two Dundalk players included, while Cork City, Wexford Youths, Bohemians, Derry City and Galway United are all represented.

# league-of-ireland - Saturday 9 April, 2016

Finn bags a hat-trick as Dundalk make light work of Longford

The champions were unstoppable at the City Calling Stadium this evening.

Bohemians prove too strong for the Seagulls

Goals from Dano Byrne and Ayman Ben Mohamed were enough to send the Gypsies into mid-table in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.

# league-of-ireland - Friday 8 April, 2016

Winless Sligo move off the bottom but Fagan rescues a point for Pat's

A positive result for Rovers but they’re still without a victory after seven games.

Magnificent goalkeeping display frustrates City but super-sub O'Sullivan ensures Leeside stalemate

Wexford Youths seemed set to claim all three points on Leeside thanks to Graham Doyle.

Derry City go top after comprehensive win over Shamrock Rovers

Rovers failed to register a single shot on target tonight at the Brandywell.

Galway's fine form continues as they move up to third with another home win

Disappointment for Finn Harps at Eamonn Deacy Park.

Roddy fine could be more 'Game of Thrones' than League of Ireland

Reaction to heavy-handed fine could prompt League of Ireland managers to band together, writes John O’Sullivan.

# league-of-ireland - Monday 4 April, 2016

Do you agree with our League of Ireland team of the week?

A couple of Bohemians and Wexford Youths players feature in our latest selections.

Referee controversy in Dundalk-Derry and more League of Ireland talking points

Plus, water water everywhere as Wexford Youths secure historic win.

# league-of-ireland - Saturday 2 April, 2016

Schlingermann saves penalty and a point for Sligo Rovers against City

The ‘keeper made amends for giving away the spot kick by thwarting Sean Maguire.

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