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# Seventh Heaven
Waterford forced to field U19 side as they're hammered by Drogheda
The first team had to pull out after being deemed as close contacts of a confirmed Covid-19 case.
# getting better
Improving Dundalk make it back-to-back wins
The Lilywhites earned a convincing victory over Waterford.
Parkes and Gibson on target as Sligo Rovers rally from behind to defeat Waterford
Cian Kavanagh had Waterford in front after five minutes but it was the visitors who took all three points.
# Take a Bow
Sensational last-gasp winner as Waterford snatch victory
Shane Griffin downed Derry with a superb 94th-minute goal.
# Good start
Shamrock Rovers maintain 100% record as new signing watches on
Rory Gaffney will have been impressed by what he saw at the RSC.
# mandroiu
Bohemians up and running thanks to 2-0 win at Waterford
Keith Long’s side picked up their first win of the season at a wet and windy RSC.
# Goals Galore
Waterford sign off in style against UCD
Waterford jumped ahead of Sligo Rovers in the table with a 4-2 defeat of UCD.
Derry held by Waterford in entertaining draw
Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe gave the visitors the lead, but Michael O’Connor’s first-half equaliser ensured a share of the spoils.
# win on the road
Massive boost for Finn Harps' survival hopes as Place's penalty downs Waterford
A 1-0 win on the road comes as a huge result for the Donegal outfit.
# League of Ireland
Waterford end first season back in the top flight with convincing win over Limerick
Dessie Hutchinson scored twice, while Garry Comerford and John Martin also chipped in for Alan Reynold’s side at the RSC.
# Goal Machine
Pat Hoban scores 27th goal of the season as champions Dundalk snatch three points
Stephen Kenny’s champions secured three points on the road thanks to second-half goals from Pat Hoban and Ronan Murray.
# French Flair
Honours even between Waterford and Bohs thanks to super Supple save and terrific Héry goal
Noel Hunt played 48 minutes on his return to Waterford.
# high flying
Big win for Waterford as ex-Everton forward downs 10-man Rovers after Burke wonder-strike
The First Division champions are up to second in the table thanks to two goals from Courtney Duffus at the RSC.
# up a level
Night to remember for Waterford as they mark top flight return with comeback win
Gavan Holohan and Dean O’Halloran hit the net to give the hosts all three points against Derry City.
# promotion hunt
Waterford maintain First Division lead but Cobh keep the pressure on
Wexford also picked up their first win of the season tonight by getting the better of Shelbourne.
# sully
Athlone Town win after week in the spotlight while table-toppers Waterford drive on
The league leaders beat Shels at home.
# First division
Former Cork City favourite on the double in Waterford win
Mark O’Sullivan scored twice as Waterford got the better of Wexford in the south-east derby.
# finish with a flourish
Prendergast ensures Shels put on a late, late show to snatch a point against title favourites
The defender conjured a brace as the Dublin side dug deep to come back.
# Off the Mark
McDaid on the double as Waterford get up and running in First Division
The Blues picked up their first points of the season with a comfortable home win.
Promotion favourites Waterford start with shock away defeat
Athlone Town and UCD were both victorious on the opening night of action in the First Division.
# First blood
Lee Chin on target as Wexford edge towards Premier Division survival
Danny Furlong also found the net for the home side.
# Fight for Survival
Finn Harps in better position to avoid relegation following draw with Wexford Youths
Harps need just one point from their final game, while Youths need two wins to stay up.
# Mayhem
Wexford stumble over the line in nine-goal thriller despite leading 5-0
The Youths conceded four goals against Galway United in a bizarre 13-minute, second-half spell.
# flying seagulls
Bray's remarkable run continues with win over Lee Chin's relegation-threatened Wexford Youths
The Seagulls also guaranteed their Premier Division status for another season, in the process.
# Candy Crush
Derry win in Wexford to move a step closer to a third FAI Cup final in 5 years
The Candystripes had to come from behind at Ferrycarrig Park.
# The Late Late Show
Ireland U21s leave it late to seal important European Championship qualifying win
Harry Charsley and Sean Maguire ensured Noel King’s men earned all three points in Waterford.
# Report
Wexford Youths left frustrated in Champions League clash
Gary Hunt’s side created numerous chances either side of half time but they couldn’t break the deadlock.
# Eurozone
Tough Champions League opener for Wexford Youths but reasons for optimism
The dominant force in Irish women’s football have two more group matches this week.
# five stars
Sadlier slams in two as Sligo Rovers rout Wexford Youths
Raf Cretaro scored the first of five Sligo goals.
St Pat's move up the table as they end four-game winless run
But Liam Buckley’s side made hard work of getting an important result at Ferrycarrig Park.
# Rebel Roar
Cork close gap on Dundalk with hard-fought win in Wexford
Garry Buckley’s goal separated the sides this evening.
Another 5 goals for Limerick as they crush Waterford
The Blues are averaging nearly four goals per game.
# moving on up
Rovers lose pace in the title race as Wexford pick up valuable points
Wexford climb up to ninth with 2-0 win over the Hoops.
# overachievers
Vinny Faherty brace moves Galway up to third
Tommy Dunne’s side are enjoying a superb start to this year’s league campaign.
# wex factor
Murphy's law for Wexford as Youths make history on their home patch
The attacker grabbed a brace as the south-east side recorded their first ever top-flight win.
# Review
Late drama as champions Dundalk edge Wexford Youths
Stephen Kenny’s side found it difficult against their newly promoted opponents.
Waterford United survive as winding-up order struck out in court
Fans collected money to ensure the Blues were saved.