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#SSE Airtricity League Premier Division

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Thursday 4 July, 2019

'When things aren’t going well it's hard to stay positive. We’re fighting for our lives'

Finn Harps captain Keith Cowan on his side’s relegation scrap, staying positive amid poor results and playing into his mid thirties.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Friday 17 May, 2019

Waterford boss sent off, as Finn Harps prevail in 5-goal thriller LOI

Waterford boss sent off, as Finn Harps prevail in 5-goal thriller

The Ballybofey outfit have now picked up eight points from their last four outings, as Alan Reynolds was given his marching orders.

Carr turns on the style to ensure Rovers stay in touch at the top LOI

Carr turns on the style to ensure Rovers stay in touch at the top

Stephen Bradley’s men were 1-0 winners over UCD on Friday night.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Monday 15 April, 2019

UCD late show stuns Cork City

A last-gasp Gary O’Neill penalty won it for the Students.

Derry City get the better of Pat's in Richmond to go second LOI

Derry City get the better of Pat's in Richmond to go second

Patrick McClean, Gerardo Bruna and Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe got the goals for the visitors.

Waterford continue patchy league form after goalless draw at the Showgrounds

Inclement weather conditions played a part as Sligo Rovers ensured a share of the spoils.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Thursday 7 March, 2019

'I had to listen to him saying we’ve invested heavily. That’s the Cork manager with 27 players in his squad'

Waterford boss Alan Reynolds has continued his war of words with Munster rival John Caulfield.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Tuesday 5 March, 2019

Horgan exasperated by serious Harkin injury after Harps' formal pleas over scheduling

Ollie Horgan also claimed that he was sent off by referee Ben Connolly because he ‘didn’t use the correct Irish’.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Saturday 5 May, 2018

Dundalk captain Stephen O'Donnell suffers broken leg

O’Donnell sustained the injury during Dundalk’s SSE Airtricity League Premier Division clash with Waterford.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Tuesday 7 November, 2017

Greg Bolger has joined Shamrock Rovers after announcing his Cork City departure earlier today

Greg Bolger described Cork City’s as ‘the best dressing room I’ve ever been involved in,’ but today announced his move to Tallaght.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Monday 6 November, 2017

Thousands gather to welcome victorious Cork City teams back to Leeside

Cork City’s cup-winning sides have arrived back on the banks.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Saturday 26 March, 2016

Curran penalty bags deserved three points for industrious Harps

Curran penalty bags deserved three points for industrious Harps

Ollie Horgan’s side overcame Longford Town to claim their second win of the season.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Thursday 24 March, 2016

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.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Friday 11 March, 2016

Fagan proves the match-winner as Saints get off the mark

The St Patrick’s Athletic striker scored midway through the second half to see off Longford Town at the City Calling Stadium.

North points Rovers in the right direction as Wexford find the early going tough

Shane Keegan’s newly-promoted side were in the game for long spells before Gary McCabe’s late penalty.

Second-half splurge from the Tribesmen as Galway crowd treated to goal-fest against Bray

The hosts had to wait but racked up four in under half an hour.

Mark Farren remembered as 10-man Cork slip up against the Candystripes

Ronan Curtis scored the only goal of the game while Greg Bolger was handed his marching orders at the Brandywell.

McEleney scores on home debut as reigning champions ominously make it two from two

Paddy Barratt was also on the mark while Ryan Curran scored an own goal as Dundalk eased to a 3-0 win.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Friday 4 March, 2016

Tribesmen turn on the style in front of their biggest fan as they shock the Saints at Inchicore

President Michael D Higgins was in attendance at Richmond Park as Galway United secured smash-and-grab win.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Wednesday 11 November, 2015

Drogheda United have turned to Irish football veteran to get them back to the top-flight

Pete Mahon had been in temporary charge at the end of last season.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Saturday 10 October, 2015

Late drama in tonight's relegation battle between Longford Town and Sligo Rovers

Honours even at City Calling Stadium.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Friday 9 October, 2015

Bohs still battling for European spot after derby defeat of 10-man Pat's

Jason McGuinness was given his marching orders for the Saints.

Vital result for Drogheda as Cork City slip up and end their title hopes

The title race is over for the Leesiders.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Friday 14 August, 2015

Bohs turn on the style to get back to winning ways

Jake Kelly and Ishmail Akinade score in 3-0 win.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Friday 31 July, 2015

Brandywell faithful celebrate after 2 months without a goal and 12 games without a win

Longford Town caught Derry on a bad night.

O'Sullivan settles for brace as Cork put 4 past Bohs

The Rebels are now unbeaten in 11 games.

Kilduff makes dream debut to snatch vital win for Dundalk

Kilduff scored the winner less than 10 minutes after coming off the bench.

Saints claim the spoils from cavalier clash with Galway

It was a fine night for attacking football in Inchicore.

Miele's on wheels to deliver victory for Shamrock Rovers in Drogheda

The winger’s first half strike gave the Hoops licence to play on the break for most of this game.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Sunday 26 July, 2015

Caulfield sent to the stand, but Cork rally to earn a point at Dundalk

Cork had lost five in a row against the champions today.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Monday 6 July, 2015

Shamrock Rovers won't comment on reports Damien Duff has signed for the club

The former Ireland international has expressed a desire to finish his career in the League of Ireland.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Saturday 27 June, 2015

This clever Chris Forrester lob was the highlight of the Saints' win last night LOI

This clever Chris Forrester lob was the highlight of the Saints' win last night

It was all too easy for the home side in Richmond tonight.

Rovers return to winning ways at Galway's expense

Kieran Marty Waters scored the crucial goal for the visitors.

Dundalk hit rock bottom Limerick for six

The champions showed no rustiness on their return to action against Limerick.

Derry undone as Cork City keep the pressure on leaders

Billy Dennehy played a crucial role again.

Late, late show steals the points for Drogheda against Bohs

Tiarnan Mulvenna grabbed all three points for his side this evening.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Friday 26 June, 2015

Has Damien Duff made a decision on his new Airtricity League club?

The former Ireland winger was spotted in Richmond Park this evening.

# sse-airtricity-league-premier-division - Saturday 13 June, 2015

Unstoppable Timlin free-kick earns a point for Derry in Drogheda

Adam Whelan banged in his first Drogheda goal to level the tie after half-time.

Ex-Hoops striker comes back to haunt his old club as Bohs claim derby bragging rights

Substitute Dean Kelly wrapped up another superb win for Keith Long’s men at Dalymount Park tonight.

No Heary, no points for Sligo as Towell gets Dundalk back to winning ways

Owen Heary is officially still the manager of the north-west club, but Joe Ndo took charge this evening.

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