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Dublin: 5 °C Tuesday 26 March, 2019

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

Dundalk, Cork City and St Patrick’s Athletic all have players in this week’s XI after Friday night’s games.

Cork City goalkeeper Mark McNulty.
Cork City goalkeeper Mark McNulty.
Image: Donall Farmer/INPHO


Mark McNulty (Cork City) – Showed his worth with a number of point-blank saves to deny Sligo.


Sean Hoare (St Patrick’s Athletic) –  Easy to see why Pat’s fans rate him so highly. Looked comfortable throughout alongside the experienced Kenny Browne and could have scored at the other end.

Dave Webster (Bray Wanderers) – The centre half marshalled his defence and won his aerial battles whilst keeping Drogheda’s in-form strike duo quiet all evening.

Sam Oji (Limerick) – Another rock solid performance from the Limerick centre-half who heads and clears away every ball that comes his way. He even popped up with an assist for Rory Gaffney’s goal!

Sean Gannon (Dundalk) – Another fine performance from the full-back, who had a hand in the build-up to Stephen O’Donnell’s goal, as the Lilywhites moved three points clear at the top.


Billy Dennehy (Cork City) - The winger has been in inspired form for the Leesiders since returning from Shamrock Rovers and stepped up to slot home an equaliser from the spot in injury-time.

David Cassidy (Bray Wanderers) – The former Drog was a livewire for Bray, providing support for Akinade and proving a goalscoring threat himself, twice going close in the first half.

Kieran Djilali (Sligo Rovers) - A constant source of creativity on the right-hand side for the visitors.

Steven Beattie (Bohemians) - The Bohs winger proved a real handful for full-back Robbie Williams and was involved in nearly every good attacking move from the home side.


Pat Hoban (Dundalk) – Bullied and out-muscled the UCD defence and was rewarded for an all-round performance with two clinical finishes.

Philly Gorman (Athlone Town) – Was a thorn in the side of the Derry defence throughout and Shane McEleney struggled to contain the bustling striker.

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