Dundalk’s Chris Shields was the unanimous ‘Man of the Match’ in last night’s 1-0 win over Cork City in Turners Cross last night, and in his after-Match interview with RTE’s Tony O’Donoghue the no-nonsense midfielder used an Eamon Dunphy quote to sum up his goal.
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The clash of Cork City and Dundalk would normally whet the appetite of most League of Ireland supporters, however last weekend’s 4-2 victory by Bohemians over Cork has taken some of the gloss off Friday night’s fixture at Turners Cross.
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The last FAI Cup quarter-final between EA Sports Cup winners Derry City and Bohemians, postponed due to International call-ups, will take on Wednesday night at the Brandywell.
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St Patrick’s Athletic goalkeeper Brendan Clarke took to Twitter in defence of claims that his side lacked leadership, after he stepped up to take a penalty in their 2-1 win over Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds on Saturday night.
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Keeley in action against Bluebell in the FAI Cup
They say ‘your health is your wealth’, but most importantly for many sportsmen and women it’s your mental health that is your wealth.
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FAI Cup Trophy
Wexford FC have a welcome distraction from league action this evening as they entertain Crumlin United in the First Round of the Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup.
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FAI Cup Trophy
Despite doubts over a number of players Finn Harps manager Ollie Horgan is still relishing the challenge of this Friday night’s big Irish Daily Mail FAI Cup first round clash against Bohemians in Ballybofey (kick-off 8.00).
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UCD have reached the final of the Under 19 Enda McGuill Cup after a 3-0 win over Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds. The students began the game in quick fashion and took the lead on twelve minutes through a Ben Hanrahan header.
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Stephen Henderson and his young Cobh Ramblers side are looking forward to testing themselves against Premier Division opposition in this weekend’s FAI Cup game against Limerick in St Colman’s Park.
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Action from Cobh v Longford
Longford Town fell to a 2-0 defeat to Cobh Ramblers at the weekend and while boss Neale Fenn was disappointed with the performance, he was pleased to see striker Davy O’Sullivan make his re-appearance, coming on to replace Chris Mulhall just after the hour mark. The striker should be fit for the weekend’s cup clash with Sligo Rovers.
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