# loi - Today’s News
Shane Duggan’s goal on 12 minutes put the visitors ahead against Derry.
Terry McDermott, a three-time European Cup winner, had a short stint with the Rebel Army in 1985.
# loi - Yesterday’s News
The Cork forward’s ambition is to return to England but for now his focus is on helping the Leesiders’ title tilt.
# loi - Sunday 23 April, 2017
We speak to Derry City’s favourite son and one of the League of Ireland’s all-time greats — Liam Coyle.
'If something happens, it does and if it doesn’t, it doesn’t' - Caulfield brushes off talk of Maguire move
The Cork City boss was satisfied with their second-half display in Friday night’s win over St Patrick’s Athletic.
# loi - Saturday 22 April, 2017
Derry City claimed a share of the spoils at the Showgrounds tonight.
Cork City remain nine points clear of Dundalk at the top of the Premier Division table.
# loi - Friday 21 April, 2017
UCD close in on Waterford while Athlone overcome management woes to take all three points against Wexford
Waterford were held to a 0-0 draw against Cabinteely.
The result sees the Louth side overtake Finn Harps on the Premier Division table.
The Dubliner hit two tonight.
They beat Bohemians at Oriel Park.
Robbie Williams put Limerick in front in the first half.
The Premier Division leaders kept up their 100% record with a 3-0 win over St Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park.
The Premier Division strugglers parted company with Dave Robertson earlier this month.
The Portuguese coach was only officially named as first team manager last month.
In his weekly column, John O’Sullivan makes the case for more off-the-field drama.
They’re currently in fourth place but Rodrigo Tosi believes Willie Boland’s side can strive for more.
# loi - Thursday 20 April, 2017
The OFC Nations Cup champions are taking on the SSE Airtricity League First Division club days after a friendly with Northern Ireland.
The Cork City midfielder has learned that satisfaction as a professional footballer doesn’t require living abroad.
Conor Kearns was featured on the Sky Sports show following his memorable bicycle kick.
# loi - Wednesday 19 April, 2017
Cork City v St. Patrick’s Athletic was the standout tie after the ties were announced earlier today.
Ryan Delaney’s future at the club is likely to depend on it.
# loi - Tuesday 18 April, 2017
Manager Ollie Horgan says Harry Doherty and Packie Mailey are “recovering” after a clash of heads.
Colin Healy today announced his retirement from football.
The Dundalk boss accused the Premier Division leaders of “manufacturing penalties” last week.
Karl Sheppard and Stephen O’Donnell produced very different finishes, but both were things of beauty.
John Caulfield hopes to see the 37-year-old return to City in a non-playing capacity.
Elsewhere, there were Dublin, Munster and north-west derbies to be decided.
# loi - Sunday 16 April, 2017
Life in the League of Ireland, as seen through the eyes of iconic ex-Cork City midfielder Patsy Freyne.
# loi - Saturday 15 April, 2017
Rodrigo Tosi was on the mark for the Shannonsiders while Chris Mulhall added a second.
The champions suffered a 3-1 home defeat to Bray Wanderers.
# loi - Friday 14 April, 2017
In a week where Stephen Kenny spoke about his side not being awarded penalties, they conceded two here and were punished.
The hosts had to make do with a draw as their wait for a first victory of the season continues.
Garry Buckley was also on target for John Caulfield’s side as they moved nine points clear.
Brandon Miele scored the only goal as Sligo Rovers’ John Russell was issued an early red.
The attacker came off the bench early in the first-half and grabbed the opening goal.
Cork City’s danger man is in ridiculous form at the moment.
In-form Bray attacker Gary McCabe tells The42 about how a part-time job is helping his game.
# loi - Thursday 13 April, 2017
22-year-old defender Colm speaks about Daryl’s rise and his hopes to lead the Tribesmen up the table after a frustrating start to the season.
With their current ground not meeting Uefa requirements for the competition, the Candystripes have been forced to look elsewhere.