Wexford lost 2-0 at the RSC on Saturday night to an improving Waterford side. Results have been disappointing for Damian Locke’s men, but he still thinks it’s only a matter of time before things begin to improve. Continue reading “Set-pieces the down-fall for Wexford”
Athlone Town fell to a very disappointing 4-1 home defeat to Shelbourne on Saturday night, but the scoreline doesn’t tell the full story. Continue reading ““Need to cut down on our mistakes” says Athlone’s Fortune”
Limerick FC’s Paul O’Conor is looking ahead rather than behind after his winning goal gave the blues a 1-0 win over Bray Wanderers on Saturday night. Continue reading “O’Conor looking forward to Cork clash”
Cabinteely’s Karl Byrene is our SSE Airtricity League First Division Player of the week after his performance in his sides 4-1 win over Cobh Ramblers. Continue reading “First Division Player of the week – Karl Byrne (Cabinteely)”
Cork City striker Karl Sheppard is our SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Player of the week after his double-strike secured a tremendous 2-1 win over 3-in-a-row champions Dundalk at Turners Cross. Continue reading “Premier Division Player of the week – Karl Sheppard (Cork City)”
Limerick FC and Galway United drew 1-1 in their re-arranged U-19 league fixture yesterday in the University of Limerick.
Adam Foley had the hosts 1-0 up early on, before Cathal Carney equalised ten minutes later. That leaves Galway United unbeaten with two draws while Limerick picked up their furst point of the season.
Galway United manager Nigel Keady was very happy to get a share of the spoils after the game saying, “Limerick would be disappointed not to have taken 3 points from the game. They created chances during the second half and we rode our luck at times.”
“In saying that following their early goal we reacted well, scoring through Cathal Carney and started to be more positive in our play.”
“The second half was difficult for us, in particular our defence but the players deserve credit for their application and willingness to support each other.”
“We have now given game time to 20 players in our 2 games and remain unbeaten.”
Keady was also quick to add, “I would like to wish Limerick’s Edmond O’Dwyer the best of luck in his recovery after sustained a serious injury during the match.”
Limerick FC manager Tommy Barrett told us, “We dominated the game but unfortunately had poor finishing. Galway had one chance and scored.”
“To be fair to them they were missing some of their better defenders. Adam Foley scored, again (he should’ve had a hat trick), while centre-back Barry Cotter was our stand-out player on the pitch and Will Fitzgerald was good also.”
Photo Credit: Vinny O’Connor Galway United
Cabinteely made history in Stradbrook on Saturday night as the won their third straight League of Ireland match for the first time, and in style with a 4-1 win over previously unbeaten Cobh Ramblers. Continue reading “History for Cabinteely “
Today March 24th is Daffodil Day, and it’s the biggest day of the year for the Irish Cancer Society, as they do a huge amount of fundraising whilst also raising awareness for Cancer prevention. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Daffodil Day.
This year we got together with some League of Ireland clubs to help raise awareness for Cancer prevention. You can see pictures and videos from club’s below;
Finn Harps boss Ollie Horgan
Dundalk football club
We’d like to thanks the club’s for their assistance in the promotion.
Cobh Ramblers go in search of another win on Saturday night as they look to keep their unbeaten league run going against Pat Devlin’s Cabinteely. Continue reading “‘One game at a time’ for Cobh’s Hendo”
Despite reports to the contrary by many sports media outlets, of player unrest and coaching rivalries, it couldn’t be further from the truth at Athlone Town. Continue reading “It’s all positive at Athlone despite media reports”