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Friday 3 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# First Division Wrap

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# First Division Wrap
Japanese forward Sasaki makes instant impact with winner for Cabinteely against Bray
Elsewhere, Shels picked up their seventh-straight league win while Limerick surprised Longford at Markets Field.
# First Division Wrap
Cabinteely move four clear of Shels with priceless derby win as Longford stay top in Louth
Kieran Marty Waters kept Cabo hot on Longford’s heels with an early winner in their Dublin derby.
# Round-Up
Former Reading forward nets hat-trick as UCD take one step closer to First Division title
There were big wins for UCD and Finn Harps on a busy night in the SSE Airtricity League First Division.
# First Division Wrap
Comeback keeps Drogs comfortably in play-off spot but they lose ground on Shels and Harps
Drogheda United fought back for a 2-2 draw but were overtaken in third spot by Shelbourne.
# First Division Wrap
Consolation for Cobh as they ensure champions Waterford finish on losing note
Elsewhere, Shelbourne, UCD and Longford Town finished the season with wins.
# First Division Wrap
Three goals put Cobh three points off top as Longford deliver under new manager
There were two games down for decision in the SSE Airtricity League First Division tonight.
# First Division Wrap
Athlone conjure a late, late show to stun Students at Belfield
Elsewhere, there were wins for Finn Harps and Shelbourne.
# First Division Wrap
Barrett's goal powers Galway to victory
Shelbourne vs Longford was scoreless and Finn Harps went down to Shamrock Rovers B.
# First Division Wrap
Vinny Faherty blazes 18-minute hat-trick as Galway rout Ramblers
Shelbourne gained a point on league-leading Longford and Wexford ran rings around Hoops’ reserves.
# First Division Wrap
Faherty on the double as Galway bash Hoops, Longford edge Wexford away
Shelbourne kept up the pressure on league-leading town with a narrow home win.
# First Division Wrap
Late, late show from Shelbourne as Longford also win on First Division opening night
Two goals in the final six minutes was enough to secure all three points for the Dublin side.