# League of Ireland Premier Division

Last year
# Dublin Derby
Bohemians overcome slow start to pass latest UCD test
Keith Long’s side were 3-1 winners at the UCD Bowl.
# Tight Affair
Burt goal the difference as Bohemians win at Sligo Rovers
The Dublin side picked up just their second win of the season with a 1-0 victory at The Showgrounds.
# Off the Mark
Duff secures first win as Shelbourne boss with victory at Drogheda
Dan Hawkins and Mark Coyle provided the goals in a 2-0 win at Head in the Game Park.
All time
# All Square
Dean Williams penalty sees Longford hold Waterford to 1-1 draw
Waterford are now level on points with Finn Harps but stay in ninth due to an inferior goal difference.
# 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.
# Goalfest
Brilliant Waterford hit Finn Harps for four
Two of Waterford’s goals arrived in second-half injury time.
# Candystripes
Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe goal secures all three points for Derry against St Pats
The only goal of the game came in the second-half.
# mark your diary
New dates confirmed for a number of Premier Division fixtures
The rescheduled fixtures include four games which were originally due to be played on Friday, 8 October.
# Pick That Out
Thomson nets stunner as Derry win at Sligo
The Bit O’Red have now suffered six consecutive defeats in all competitions.
# In trouble
Dundalk fall to ninth following defeat to Drogheda in Louth derby
The visitors hadn’t won a game at Oriel Park since 2012.
Sligo's poor form continues as Finn Harps win at the Showgrounds
Karl O’Sullivan provided the only goal of the game.
# Where There's A Will
Will Patching scores two free-kicks as Derry win in Drogheda
An eventful game also saw two players sent off.
Bohemians ease past Finn Harps to record first home win of the season
Ali Coote netted a brace on a comfortable evening at Dalymount Park.
# Candystripes
Bohemians undone by second-half double by Derry's McJannet
The home side had taken the lead through an early Georgie Kelly penalty.
# In form
Rovers leave it late at Harps but keep winning run going
Rory Gaffney and Sean Hoare were the matchwinners for Stephen Bradley’s team.
King delivers moment of class as Saints see off Harps
The Dublin side delivered a dominant display in Donegal.
# Dublin Derby
Mandroiu's moment of magic caps derby win for Bohemians against Shelbourne
Andre Wright had opened the scoring after a scrappy first half at Dalymount Park.
# Up and Running
Cork pick up first points of season as Byrne goal proves decisive against Finn Harps
City are off the mark after a dramatic night at Turner’s Cross.
# Candystripes
Derry record comfortable win over wasteful Bohemians
The Candystripes showed three changes from last week’s draw with Finn Harps.
# Bragging Rights
Kabia goal hands Shelbourne derby win over 10-man St Pat's
Rory Feely was sent-off after picking up two yellow cards.
# Pick That Out
Watch: Dundalk's Jordan Flores scores stunning volley in front of record Tallaght Stadium crowd
Dylan Watts had opened the scoring for Shamrock Rovers just two minutes previously.
# 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.
# Action-packed
Two own goals see Waterford fall to Derry as Ireland U21 boss Kenny watches on
Ciaron Harkin put Derry in front with a clinical finish as the sides played out a five-goal battle.
Cork City off the mark as stunning Morrissey strike ensures first league victory of 2019
Kyle Callan-McFadden pulled one back for Sligo but they couldn’t find an equaliser.
# Off the Mark
Hoban penalty helps Dundalk rally from behind to earn first league win of the season
Michael Duffy was also on target as Vinny Perth’s side edge out UCD.
# LOI Legends
'I learned English in school but it wasn't really the same English in Derry': from Belgrade to the Brandywell
Alex Krstic on conquering the Derry accent, the club’s mid-80s revolution and being a local sex symbol.
# latest acquisition
Cork City bolster squad with the signing of Bray forward Coughlan
The 22-year-old was released by the cash-strapped Seagulls last week.
# preparations
A busy day for Bohemians as they announce a litany of signings for next season
Keith Long is piecing together his plans for the 2018 campaign.
# Best of Enemies
'There was a lot of rubbish said and certain things were totally lies': Caulfield slams Dundalk
The Cork City boss had little time for Stephen Kenny’s comments ahead of the FAI Cup final.
# white out
Izzy leaves Dundalk dizzy as Bohs pick up a well-earned victory at Oriel Park
It was a frustrating evening for Stephen Kenny’s side as Ismahil Akinade’s goal proved the difference.
# sore
Shamrock Rovers left Greene with envy after former player grabs stunning winner in Bray
Awful weather conditions didn’t help the players and one goal was enough for the home side to steal the victory.
# digging in
Surely it couldn't happen? With another win, Dundalk continue to play party poopers
Stephen Kenny’s side prolonged the slim possibility of catching Cork City with a slim victory over Bray.
# Mild Mild West
All-Ireland-winning hurlers show support for Galway but threat of the drop still remains after draw
St. Pat’s had Billy Dennehy score shortly before the interval to cancel out Eoin McCormack’s earlier strike.
# western front
Massive win for Galway as they take derby honours and give survival hopes a huge boost
Kyle Callan-McFadden gave Sligo Rovers the lead but Marc Ludden, Kevin Devaney and Gavin Holohan found the net for the Tribesmen.
# Momentum
Dundalk secure local bragging rights and ensure an intriguing trip to Cork on Monday
Stephen Kenny’s men were 3-0 winners over Dundalk and a victory on Leeside would cut the deficit to eight points.
# greene with envy
Derry slump to a fourth consecutive loss and leak five goals in Bray thumping
Aaron Greene scored a brace for the guests on what was a sobering night for Kenny Shiels’ side.
# earning your stripes
Dublin derby doesn't disappoint as Bohs sneak win in five-goal thriller with Pat's
In an explosive opening, there were already three goals and a red card inside the first 16 minutes.
# limping along
Cork City's seemingly simple walk to the title hits another bump with defeat in Limerick
Rodrigo Tosi and Shane Tracy were on the mark for the Shannonsiders as John Caulfield’s side lost again.
# Impact
Galway supersub Padraic Cunningham scores just seconds after being introduced against Bohs
The teams played out a 1-1 draw but it’s not much use to the Tribesmen who remain four points from safety.
# northern soul
10-man Harps pick up big win on Shannonside as they catch Limerick to move out of drop zone
The guests had Killian Cantwell sent-off and boss Ollie Horgan sent to the stands but still managed to rack up a victory.