Last year
# Tommy Gun
Lonergan stars for UCD as they stun Dundalk to move off the bottom
The former St Patrick’s Athletic striker netted the winner two minutes from time at the Belfield Bowl.
# Capital gains
Rovers move within a point of Derry City despite best efforts of Harps' McGinley
A goal by Roberto Lopes and Danny Mandroiu’s brace narrowed the gap between the champions and the leaders.
# Hoops
Gaffney's header secures win for Rovers as they close gap on leaders Derry
The sold-out signs were posted just before kick-off at Tallaght for this eagerly anticipated derby.
# jack the lad
Jack Byrne masterclass sends Rovers back to the top of the table
The Ireland international scored one and laid on another during his 57 minutes on the field.
All time
# Nic Of Time
'Some of my closest friends and friends for life are there - it would be tough to walk away'
Nicola Sinnott is hoping for a fourth FAI Cup winner’s medal with Wexford Youths this evening.
# Kylie evovled
Kylie Murphy thriving in new role as she targets her fourth FAI Cup medal
Murphy has bucked the conventional wisdom that the older a player gets, the further they drop back the pitch.
# Sonic youths
'It's my first time in a final of this grandeur... it's going to be a great occasion'
Wexford Youths manager Stephen Quinn looks ahead to Sunday’s FAI Women’s Cup final in Tallaght.
# Heartbreak
Galway hit five without reply as Peamount denied third straight title
The defending champions surrendered a two-goal lead at PRL Park.
# red and black
Bohs delight with Dublin derby victory over Shamrock Rovers
3-1 Dalymount win keeps Bohs’ fate in their own hands in the race for fourth place.
# Students
UCD survive scare to see off Treaty comeback and seal promotion play-off spot
The Students now face Bray Wanderers at a neutral venue in two weeks’ time.
# quest for europe
Bohs fight back from two down to earn potentially vital point away to Saints
Promise Omochere scored within three minutes of his introduction to drag Keith Long’s men back into the contest.
Graham Burke hits winner off bench as Rovers move one game away from title
The striker took just three minutes to score following his second-half introduction.
# Super Saints
Pats book place in cup decider with victory over Dundalk
The Lilywhites look to be without European football next season.
# Closing In
Peamount United two wins away from third title on the spin
Peamount are now seven points clear of Shelbourne, who play Treaty United tomorrow, with three games to play.
# Champions Elect
Shamrock Rovers move 12 points clear at the top with 2-0 win against Sligo
Danny Mandroiu and Aaron Greene supplied the goals at Tallaght Stadium.
# Winner winner
Murray wondergoal sends Shelbourne to FAI Cup decider as Galway finish with 10 players
Shelbourne are through to their first final in five years where they will face either Wexford Youths or Peamount.
# Wrap
Athlone draw at Shelbourne to keep promotion hopes alive
Stephen Meaney’s header late in the first half earned the visitors a deserved point.
# budden talent
A tale of two clubs as top-class international 'keeper Budden eyes FAI Cup with Shels
The shot-stopper faces her former club, Galway, in tomorrow’s semi-final.
# Winner winner
Kavanagh scores first WNL goal on live TV as Shelbourne move up to second
The strike was a fitting way to settle the encounter that marked the beginning of TG4′s broadcast deal for the domestic league.
# champ champs
Poynton penalty sees Shelbourne secure First Division title and top-tier promotion
The Meathman kept his cool as the hosts emerged as champions after defeating Treaty United.
St Pat's rally from two goals down but fall just short in Uefa Youth League first leg
Ross Fay grabbed a late goal for the hosts but his side will travel to Belgrade for the second leg trailing by 2-1.
Wexford Youths edge out DLR Waves to close in on league leaders Peamount
Substitute Sinead Taylor scored the only goal of the game eight minutes from time.
Peamount extend lead at the top with comfortable win over Bohs
Karen Duggan scored for the league leaders before leaving the pitch injured.
# Super Saints
St Pat's keep FAI Cup bid on course with comfortable win over Wexford
Darragh Burns’ brace and Rónán Coughlan’s penalty give Pat’s a 3-0 win.
# Derby Night
Five-star Peamount demolish Shels to wrestle back control of title race
Emphatic victory puts Peas a point clear at the top with a game in hand.
# Boost
Danny Mandroiu stars as Shamrock Rovers end 4-game losing streak
The Hoops capitalised on St Patrick’s Athletic’s defeat at Sligo Rovers to restore the three-point gap at the top.
# Late Late Show
Noonan returns to haunt her old club with late winner
Shelbourne knock out last year’s beaten finalists Cork in the FAI Cup quarter finals.
# Greene light
Shamrock Rovers continue their winning run to move clear at the top
The champions’ clash with Drogheda United was settled by a second-half goal from Aaron Greene.
DLR Waves coast past Bohs into second round of FAI Cup
Second-half strikes from Rachel Doyle and substitute Ciara Maher sealed the win after Carla McManus had put the visitors in front.
# no sweat
Shamrock Rovers march on in Europe as excellent Gaffney brace the difference in Albania
A Gaffney goal in either half ensured Stephen Bradley’s side made short work of Teuta in stifling heat.
# Advantage
Mandroiu double sends Rovers clear at the top with win over Pat's
The champions won the battle of the top two at Tallaght Stadium.
# motoring on
Shamrock Rovers see off Galway in the FAI Cup
Rory Gaffney scored one goal and created another.
# Derby Day
Cooke nicks derby victory for Shels with stunning late strike against Waves
Peamount United moved to the top of the table on goal difference with a 5-1 win over Treaty United.
# Oh when the Saints
St Pat's keep pace at the summit after Forrester and Benson goals down Drogheda
The experienced duo came up with the goods in the final half-hour to ensure it ended 2-0.
# Impact
Stunning late strike sees DLR Waves overcome Cork
Substitute Ciara Maher was key to her side’s victory.
# key win
Ten-man Saints hold off Derry City to reclaim share of top spot
St Patrick’s Athletic played the final half-hour a man short but Chris Forrester’s goal proved decisive at Richmond Park.
Noelle Murray sends Shels clear at the top with late winner against Peamount
Shels were 4-3 winners in a thrilling top-of-the-table clash.
# super hoops
Shamrock Rovers move clear at the top after thrilling win over Dundalk in Tallaght
Liam Scales, Sean Gannon and Aaron Greene all scored as Rovers came from behind to win 3-1.
Noelle Murray strike the difference as Shels edge Cork City
The Tolka Park side could have won by a bigger margin.
# Young Guns
Ireland underage trio on target, as Bohemians' resurgence continues
Dawson Devoy, Ross Tierney and Andy Lyons were all on target as the Gypsies beat Waterford.