# Drogheda United

This month
March 2023
# Wee Win
Dundalk take Louth derby spoils as Drogheda fail to make dominance count
Connor Malley scored against the run of play and the hosts missed a penalty late on at Weavers Park.
# going steady
Teenage centre-back nabs winner as Drogheda United move up to fourth
Emmanuel Adegboyega scored the decisive goal in the first half of their win over UCD.
# Report
Drogheda continue unbeaten start to the season as Foley downs Sligo
Kevin Doherty’s side are making a mockery of pre-season predictions of struggle.
Last month
February 2023
# wild one
Brennan comes back to haunt 9-man Rovers as Drogheda claim point at the death
Lee Grace and Daniel Cleary were sent off for the champions in an extraordinary end to a memorable draw at Weavers Park.
# Stalemate
Shelbourne left frustrated by Drogheda in Tolka Park season opener
Damien Duff’s Reds had to settle for a point from a game they dominated.
Last year
# Six of the best
Shelbourne hit Drogheda for six to end their winless run in the league
Drohgeda were hammered 6-0 by Shelbourne this evening in the SSE Airtricity League.
# Report
UCD boost survival hopes with defeat of Drogheda United
The Students played their hearts out at Belfield.
# slip up
Shamrock Rovers held to a draw in Drogheda as door opened for Derry City
The Drogs proved a thorn in the side of Rovers once again.
# saints
Doyle and Forrester inspire 10-men Pat's to impressive win over Drogheda
St Pat’s won 2-0 in Louth tonight.
# FAI Cup
Lyons scores extra-time winner to send Shamrock Rovers into FAI Cup quarter-finals
Shamrock Rovers’ search for a league and cup double is still on.
# honours even
Drogheda take points from another title contender as Derry fail to make up ground
It finished 1-1, with Dayle Rooney and James Akintunde on target.
# derby spoils
Drogheda rejoice as they get one over local rivals Dundalk yet again
As was the case when the sides last met at the same venue in March, it was Dean Williams who bagged the decisive goal to claim another famous home win.
# Seventh hell
Williams earns point for Drogs as Derry City's winless streak goes on
The Candystripes took a deserved lead through Matty Smith but were pegged back with 13 minutes to go.
# No Excuses
The start of a journey in football: 'I feel like I'm always chasing, and being chased'
Dubliner Killian Phillips tells The42 why fear and love are his driving forces as he aims to make his mark with Crystal Palace.
# All Square
Bohs let valuable points slip again as Drogheda snatch late draw
It finished 1-1 at Dalymount Park.
# honours even
Table-toppers Derry City see lead cut further after draw at Drogheda United
The Candystripes were held to a 1-1 draw at Head in the Game Park.
# top drogs
Lyons and Weir find their range to give Drogheda a comfortable night in Belfield
Drogheda are now eight points clear of their hosts as the wait for a first Premier Division win continues for Andy Myler’s side.
# el clancyco
Saints and Drogs share spoils after late Burns leveller
For long periods it looked as if Dayle Rooney’s early opener for the visitors was going to separate the sides.
# Louth Derby
Dean Williams penalty earns Drogheda derby triumph
Dean Williams’ 50th minute spot kick was enough for the Drogs to win.
McGonigle grabs brace to clinch Derry's third win of the season
The home side got the better of Drogheda United.
# Bit O'Red
Impressive Sligo Rovers cruise to comfortable victory at Drogheda
It is four games unbeaten at the start of the campaign for Liam Buckley’s team.
James Brown set to seal short-term Blackburn deal as goalkeeper Odumosu goes on trial with Bolton
Defender Brown is set to sign an initial six-month deal with the Championship high-flyers.
All time
# Ownwords
'You have to find the balance between loving football and being ruthless'
Four of the League of Ireland’s brightest hopes tell The42 about their first experience of professional football, and hopes for the future.
# late heroics
Alfie Lewis' brilliant last-gasp winner gives St Pat's all the points in Drogheda
What a hit.
Powerful Patterson strike the difference as Waterford overcome 10-man Drogheda United
This was a huge game in the context of relegation this season as the Blues held their nerve against the Drogs.
# top drogs
Drogheda's scintillating first half sees them past out-of-sorts Bohs for huge three points
The Gypsies’ second-half comeback bid fell short.
# Tribute
Crossbar denies O'Reilly as Drogheda held scoreless by Sligo
There were emotional scenes pre-match as Drogheda paid tribute to their underage coach, David Conroy, who passed away recently.
# having a laff
Stunning Lafferty brace helps Derry City to leapfrog Drogheda
Tonight’s victory saw the Candystripes keep consecutive league clean sheets for the first time in almost a year.
# 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.
# back of the net
Drogheda recover in style to put three past Finn Harps for victory
A 3-1 win for the home side tonight.
# All Square
Penalty in each half sees Shamrock Rovers share spoils with Drogheda
Graham Burke put Rovers in front in the first half before Chris Lyons equalised on the hour mark.
# Four Star Show
Kelly fires four goals as Bohemians thrash Drogheda at Dalymount
Georgie Kelly was the star as Bohemians won 5-0.
# Into the Lyons Den
Chris Lyons the hero for Drogheda as Louth club shock Sligo
Sligo Rovers were defeated 2-1 by Drogheda United at the Showgrounds this evening.
Injury-time header sees Drogheda grab unlikely point against Bohs
James Clarke scored the late equaliser for the hosts.
# Match Winner
95th minute Mandroiu winner hands Shamrock Rovers dramatic victory over Drogheda
Mandroiu’s header arrived for the champions in the 95th minute.
# Teenage Kicks
Ronan Boyce's first senior goal saves Derry from another defeat
Boyce’s header cancelled out James Brown’s opener.
# honours even
Point apiece as Drogheda bite back to hold high-flying Finn Harps
Karl O’Sullivan and Mark Doyle scored the goals at Drogheda’s Head in the Game Park.
# king billy
Last-minute Billy King goal seals Pat's win over Drogheda
Stephen O’Donnell’s side were 2-1 winners at Richmond Park.
Late own goal helps Drogheda grab opening night win over Waterford in dramatic fashion
Cameron Evans deflected the ball into his own net late on to hand Drogheda all three points on offer.
# Wild West
Drama out west as Drogheda bring title race down to the wire after big win over 10-man Galway
18-year-old Brandon Bermingham was on the double in the comeback win, on a night to forget for John Caulfield and the Tribesmen.