Bradley says “There’ll be no excuses” as Rovers chase the double

Shamrock Rovers quest for the double continues

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

With the league now done and dusted, and the championship trophy nicely tucked away, Shamrock Rovers will look to achieve the double as they take on Finn Harps in the second FAI Cup quarter final on Friday. Continue reading “Bradley says “There’ll be no excuses” as Rovers chase the double”

Football set to return to Limerick as Treaty United apply for a licence

After a year away Limerick football fans can see a chink of light

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

After a final night of huge drama in the Premier Division, where Sligo Rovers finished fourth, Finn Harps survived and Shelbourne face a relegation playoff, news filtered through that something major was happening in Limerick soccer circles. Continue reading “Football set to return to Limerick as Treaty United apply for a licence”

Former Wexford star Croke looking forward to Champions League challenge

“I never thought I’d be coaching at the Champions League level.”

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

When Thomas Croke left Wexford FC at the end of the 2019 season little did he know that just 12 months on he’d be looking forward to coaching a team in the UEFA Champions League. But that’s precisely what he’ll be doing on Wednesday night, as his team, FK Gintra of Lithuania will face Slovan Bratislava of Slovakia in the first qualifying round of the Women’s Champions League. Continue reading “Former Wexford star Croke looking forward to Champions League challenge”

2-year deal for talented defender John Mahon

20 year-old to stay at the Showgrounds until the end of the 2022 season

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

With the season quickly coming to a conclusion Sligo Rovers are turning their attention to next season with the news that defender John Mahon has put pen to paper on a new 2-year contract. Continue reading “2-year deal for talented defender John Mahon”

The push for Europe starts now for St Pats

St Patrick’s Athletic head to Ballybofey to take on Finn Harps in the League of Ireland

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

After a break of almost a month, due to a positive COVID-19 case at the club, St Patrick’s Athletic face into four games in ten days, starting with a trip to Ballybofey on Tuesday evening to take on Finn Harps. Continue reading “The push for Europe starts now for St Pats”

Donegal U17 women set to kickstart their season

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

After last weeks postponement the Donegal Women’s League will finally kick off their U17 league campaign this weekend with a long trip to the capital on Sunday to face Shamrock Rovers. Continue reading “Donegal U17 women set to kickstart their season”

Carlow/Kilkenny U17 Women set to make history this weekend

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

History will be made on Sunday when Carlow/Kilkenny take to the pitch for the first time as they take on DLR Waves in their Women’s National U17 League clash at Marley Park. It follows the successful transition of their U15 and U17 boys teams in the SSE Airtricity League. Continue reading “Carlow/Kilkenny U17 Women set to make history this weekend”

New striker Nilsen confident of Derry success

By Gerard Mulreaney

 

New Derry City striker Tim Nilsen said that the Candystripeswill only get better as the season progresses, following their 1-0 defeat to champions Dundalk on Friday night.  Continue reading “New striker Nilsen confident of Derry success”