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#LOI

# loi - Yesterday’s News

Former Sunderland midfielder sees red as Drogheda endure miserable night

Longford clinically swept the hosts aside as they recorded their third win of the campaign.

Bohemians are riding high after Dillon wonder goal stuns Derry LOI

Bohemians are riding high after Dillon wonder goal stuns Derry

Keith Long’s side are now up to third in the Premier Division standings.

Another trademark Forrester strike helped Pat’s get back to winning ways

Aaron Greene scored twice against his former side as Sligo’s stuttering start continued at Richmond Park.

Towell’s double seals a big win for Dundalk at a sold-out Turner’s Cross

The champions are now five points clear at the top.

‘Ruud Dokter must be strong and stick to the mantra ‘the best, with the best, against the best”

John O’Sullivan looks ahead at what the new National U17 League will bring to Irish football.

Five reasons to tune in for tonight’s clash of the League of Ireland’s top two

Cork City and Dundalk will square off in front of the RTÉ cameras at a packed Turner’s Cross.

# loi - Thursday 23 April, 2015

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny is extending his stay at Oriel Park

Contract extension for the league-winning boss.

Dundalk won the league title in dramatic circumstances on this day 20 years ago Nostalgia This post contains videos

Dundalk won the league title in dramatic circumstances on this day 20 years ago

A good omen for tomorrow’s top-of-the-table clash with Cork City?

‘The result was tough to take… we just wanted to get out of there as quickly as we could’

Cork City skipper John Dunleavy is ready for Friday’s top-of-the-table clash with champions Dundalk.

# loi - Wednesday 22 April, 2015

# loi - Tuesday 21 April, 2015

Late penalty drama in Inchicore as St Pat’s lose more ground on their title rivals LOI

Late penalty drama in Inchicore as St Pat’s lose more ground on their title rivals

Drogheda pick up just their second point from their last seven Premier Division games.

Hat-trick hero Towell keeps Dundalk top of the pile

The champions remain at the summit ahead of Friday’s hugely important trip to Cork.

Shamrock Rovers keep pace with top two as Hoops enjoy stroll by the seaside MNF

Shamrock Rovers keep pace with top two as Hoops enjoy stroll by the seaside

It’s nine games unbeaten now for Pat Fenlon’s side.

Honours even between Sligo Rovers and Bohemians

The teams took a share of the spoils tonight at the Showgrounds.

Cork City keep the pressure on Dundalk despite lack of sparkle at the Cross

John Caulfield’s side were too strong for Longford Town.

# loi - Monday 20 April, 2015

There was hardly anyone in Jackman Park tonight to watch Limerick v Derry City

Goals from Barry McNamee and Mark Timlin secured the three points for Peter Hutton’s men.

# loi - Saturday 18 April, 2015

Irish referee hoping to inspire more females with appearance at World Cup finals

Michelle O’Neill will represent the country at this summer’s tournament in Canada.

Drennan the Hoops hero as Rovers deny Dundalk in an early-season classic

Shamrock Rovers came from two down to take a point against champions Dundalk in Tallaght Stadium.

10-man Derry disappoint as Bray remain unbeaten under Magic Maciej LOI

10-man Derry disappoint as Bray remain unbeaten under Magic Maciej

Paul Tuite gave the defender his marching orders for a robust challenge on Bray substitute, Chris Lyons.

A former Crystal Palace winger helped Cork edge past Drogheda last night

John Caulfield’s men’s away-day strengths were put to the test this evening.

# loi - Friday 17 April, 2015

Galway end four-game losing streak to leave Limerick rock bottom

A late Gary Shanahan effort sealed his side’s victory.

Deserved Dalymount win for St Pat’s despite penalty miss

Six games unbeaten in all competitions for the Saints.

# loi - Monday 13 April, 2015

Contentious peno, Fahey’s red, Bohs flying high and the SSE Airtricity League talking points

The weekend saw Bray, Sligo, Dundalk and Bohemians all pick up victories.

Is there room for two former Manchester United stars at Cork City?

Five Premier League medals between the pair of them.

# loi - Sunday 12 April, 2015

Caulfield: Certain players are always diving and it’s wrong

“It’s wrong for their managers to allow them to do it.”

# loi - Saturday 11 April, 2015

Finn Harps stretch lead at top of the First Division with win over Athlone LOI

Finn Harps stretch lead at top of the First Division with win over Athlone

It was a busy night in the second tier.

Stalemate in Inchicore as Cork City keep their seventh consecutive clean sheet

Honours even despite St Pat’s being reduced to 10 men.

Towell’s late winner earns Dundalk bragging rights in the Louth derby

The midfielder struck in the 88th minutes to hand the champions three points against Drogheda United at Oriel Park.

Fahey sees red for diving as Hoops unable to make it 3 away wins on the bounce

Shamrock Rovers drew 0-0 with Derry City at the Brandywell.

Bohs look comfortable in routine win over Longford

Dean Kelly and Adam Evans were on the mark.

Dinny Corcoran peno the difference in the west as Sligo win in Galway LOI

Dinny Corcoran peno the difference in the west as Sligo win in Galway

Galway couldn’t find an equaliser at home.

# loi - Friday 10 April, 2015

5 years on from the death of one of his players, the new Bray boss has emerged stronger

The caretaker manager tells The42 about dealing with Toyosi Shittabey’s passing and his hopes for the future.

# loi - Thursday 9 April, 2015

The League of Ireland’s player of the month for March has been announced

Daryl Horgan and Gary Rogers just missed out.

# loi - Wednesday 8 April, 2015

Charlie Adam has clearly been taking inspiration from the League of Ireland

The Stoke player is not the only individual to score a wonder goal in the past few days.

# loi - Monday 6 April, 2015

Sligo Rovers have the opportunity of a lifetime for one lucky fan

You could be having a ball at the Showgrounds.

Champions drop points, red card mix-up and the talking points from the SSE Airtricity League LOI

Champions drop points, red card mix-up and the talking points from the SSE Airtricity League

Derek Prendergast was wrongly shown a red card while Dundalk were held by Limerick and Bray Wanderers picked up their first win of the season this weekend.

Do you agree with our SSE Airtricity League team of the week?

Players from Bray Wanderers, Bohemians, Cork City, Dundalk, Limerick and Shamrock Rovers all feature.

# loi - Saturday 4 April, 2015

Brilliant start for Magic Maciej, as 10-man Bray pull off unlikely win

A David Cassidy hat-trick inspired the beleaguered side to a win.

10-man Bohemians defeat Drogheda in game mired by controversy

Derek Prendergast, who was sent off, appeared to be the victim of mistaken identity

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