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# success
QPR starlet on target as Ireland U21s get campaign off to winning start
The only goal of the game in Tallaght Stadium was a scrappy finish by Olamide Shodipo.
# Draw
10-man Galway United earn a draw against Bohemians
Dinny Corcoran hit his fifth goal in as many games tonight at Dalymount Park.
# Gypsies
Bohs battle back against Bray to claim first victory of the season
The home side were two goals down.
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# LOI
Fantastic 4 for Derry on a dismal Dalymount night for Bohemians
It could be a difficult 2017 season for Keith Long’s side if this game was anything to go by.
# success
Derry conclude superb campaign in fitting fashion
It’s been a very good campaign for the Foylesiders who improved their league position by four places from 2015.
# LOI
Under-strength Dundalk concede 5 in their biggest defeat under Stephen Kenny
St Patrick’s Athletic picked up three points to overtake Bray and move into sixth in the table.
# Stalemate
Frustration for Shamrock Rovers but draw enough to secure Europa League football
Bray kept the home side to a scoreless draw in Tallaght.
# NO way back
'It's gone' - Cork City boss Caulfield concedes league title to Dundalk
A 3-1 loss away to St Patrick’s Athletic has left the Leesiders seven points adrift of Stephen Kenny’s men.
# LOI
St Pat's strike late to dash Cork's title hopes
More disappointment for John Caulfield’s men as they look set to finish behind Dundalk again.
# gypsy kings
Bohs secure the local bragging rights with narrow victory over 10-man Rovers
Roberto Lopes scored the game’s only goal.
# double or quits
'I’m not really interested in Dundalk' - Cork City boss focused on trophy hunt
John Caulfield saw his side book a place in the cup final this afternoon.
# next stop landsowne
Ireland U21 international Sean Maguire stars again as Cork secure FAI Cup final date
The Leesiders await the winner of the replay between Derry and Dundalk.
# All Square
St Pat's and Sligo Rovers share the spoils at Richmond Park
Sligo’s struggles in front of goal continue as they’ve now failed to score in four games.
# byrne baby byrne
Kurtis Byrne on target again as Bohs secure narrow victory over Longford
Keith Long’s side claimed a 1-0 victory at Dalymount Park.
# On the up
Byrne strike sees Bohs clinch three points against Wexford Youths
The win moves Keith Long’s side up to sixth in the table.
# saints
Pat's advance past Cobh Ramblers into the FAI Cup semi-finals
The 2014 champions have progressed to the last-four after a 3-2 win at Richmond Park.
# All White on the Night
Dundalk book FAI Cup semi-final place despite wholesale changes
Stephen Kenny’s men edged past UCD tonight in Belfield to remain on course to retain the silverware.
# Upset
Bray take step towards safety with big win over St Pat's
The hosts dominated proceedings for long periods but were undone by goals from Ger Pender and Hugh Douglas.
# Joy For Lilywhites
Dundalk hold firm at the death to squeeze past Bohs and open up four-point lead
Stephen Kenny’s men came away from Dalymount with the points.
# Bragging Rights
Byrne's sublime free-kick the difference as Bohs take the Dublin derby spoils
Bohs have now won three of their last four league games.
# Winning
Late drama sees Bohemians overcome 10-man Sligo
Goals from Kurtis Byrne and Stephen Best turned the game on its head in the dying minutes.
# saints go marching
Christy Fagan on target as St Pat's edge past Galway
Liam Buckley’s side now move level on points with Galway in seventh place.
# Rory's story
Derry take all 3 points from Dalymount and close the gap on Cork
Rory Patterson scored the only goal as Derry beat Bohs.
# Stalemate
Cherrie the hero as Bray frustrate Bohs on a night of missed chances
Ismahil Akinade will wonder how he didn’t find the net.
# Saints On Tour
Gimme five! Fagan makes a little bit of history as Pat's seize European advantage
Fagan’s early goal the difference as Pat’s take lead to Luxembourg.
# Fun in the sun
Miele on the mark as Shamrock Rovers take derby win away to Saints
Gary Shaw struck late on as Rovers looked to hit the hosts on the break.
# Rout
Bohs hit five to secure Dublin derby bragging rights
It took just over half-an-hour for the Gypsies to open up a 4-0 lead against the Saints.
# Relief
Bohemians finally end winless run at Galway's expense
Paddy Kavanagh and Mark Quigley were on target for the Dublin side.
# LOI
Timlin on the double as four-star Saints too strong for Harps
Liam Buckley’s men ran out comfortable winners at Richmond Park.
# Thriller
Pat's come from behind three times in thrilling second half against Longford
Jamie McGrath equalised in the 89th minute for the Saints at Richmond Park.
# rebel raid
Quigley sent off as Cork City claim another win over Bohs
Garry Buckley tapped in the only goal of the game to hand the Rebels all three points at Dalymount Park.
# saints become sinners
Red sky and red faces as Pat's succumb to 5th league defeat of the season against Derry
Barry McNamee grabbed the only goal of the game shortly after the hour mark at Richmond Park.
# Report
Horgan-inspired Dundalk too good for Bohs
The Louth men extended their lead at the top of the Airtricity League Premier Division with a win tonight.
# Hoop Dreams
Four-star Hoops earn bragging rights with win in heated Dublin derby
The game was delayed because of incidents with the fans on the pitch at stages.
# honours even
Winless Sligo move off the bottom but Fagan rescues a point for Pat's
A positive result for Rovers but they’re still without a victory after seven games.
# gypsy kings
Bohs down the Town at Dalyer thanks to quick-fire first-half strikes
Aymen Ben Mohammed scored against his former employers.
# Dominant
Dundalk go three points clear at top of the table with demolition job on St Pat's
The reigning champions were very impressive in a 4-0 away win.
# six shooters
Bohs and Wexford share the spoils in six-goal thriller
This is an entertaining one in Phibsborough.
# thunderbolt
Superb strike from Kurtis Byrne gets Bohs off the mark in tight affair with Sligo
The hosts were comfortable for long periods at Dalymount Park but couldn’t conjure a second goal.