The Eir Sport cameras will be in United Park tomorrow night for Drogheda United against Cork City, in a game not many would have thought would be a top of the table fixture, so kudos to them. Pete Mahon’s men will look to put a dent in Cork’s ambitions in front of what will be a huge crowd. Continue reading “Mahon looks forward to testing themselves against Cork”
With both sides having started the season with two straight defeats, tomorrow’s game will have added significance for the loser, if there is one. Continue reading “Finn Harps v Galway United”
What’s going on at Athlone Town football club? That’s the question being asked by not only the club’s supporters, but all League of Ireland fans across the country. Continue reading “Who’s in charge in Athlone?”
Cobh Ramblers went to the City Calling Stadium to take on Longford Town on Saturday night, and came away with a 3-1 win, thanks to goals from Karl Caulfield, Ian Mylod and Kyle McNamara. Continue reading “Cobh gaffer Henderson “Over the moon” with win”
Two more SSE Airtricity League fixtures have been rescheduled. The Premier Division game between Galway United and Derry City, originally fixed for 7.45 on Saturday 25th of March, has now been brought forward to a 4pm kick-off at Eamonn Deacy Park.
Also, in the First Division, Cobh Ramblers clash with Shelbourne at St Colman’s Park will also kick-off at 4pm due to a restructuring upgrade at the ground.
SSE Airtricity League Premier Division side St Patrick’s Athletic tonight unveiled their U-15 management team for the inaugural season. Continue reading “St Pats U-15 management team unveiled “
Cork City head to United park on Friday night to take on Pete Mahon’s Drogheda side who have surprised many with their winning start to the season. It’s a big weekend in the Premier Division as all clubs have two games in three days, with Cork hosting Dave Robertson’s strugglers Sligo Rovers on Monday. Continue reading “Caulfield full of praise for Drogheda boss Pete Mahon”
Cork City today issued a statement on the club’s season tickets, after issues arose at Friday night’s home opener against Galway United, a game City won by four goals to nil. Continue reading “Cork City apologise to season tickets holders”
Wexford Manager Damian Locke said they were plenty of positives to take out of their defeat to Athlone Town on Friday night. Continue reading “Locke says “Lots of positives” despite defeat”