It’s a Bank Holiday bonus on Monday, with four games set to take place in the Premier Division. All four games are intriguing in their own way. Dundalk look to keep pressure on leaders Shamrock Rovers by beating UCD, ahead of the big Dublin Derby clash with Bohemians on Tuesday night, Cork City hoping to halt their recent slide with a home game against Sligo Rovers, Finn Harps trying to kick-start their season against St Pats, while Derry make the lengthy trip to Waterford as their push for Europe gathers pace.
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Derry City got their league campaign off to the perfect start with a comprehensive 3-0 victory over promoted UCD, in front of a packed house at the Ryan McBride Stadium on Friday night. Continue reading “New Derry signing Josh Kerr delighted with opening day win and a clean sheet”
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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Derry City were victorious in the North-West Derby last night in Finn Park, Ballybofey as the Candystripes went back above Shamrock Rovers and into third place in the Premier Division table.
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Derry City have today announced that Scottish-born midfielder Nicky Low is extending his loan spell with the club.
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Ronan Curtis celebrates his goal Derry City made it ten league games unbeaten after a 2-1 win over Galway United in Maginn Park on Friday night. However, in that only three were victories. Continue reading ““Great to sign off with a win” say Derry Assistant Harkin”
Derry City have now gone eights games unbeaten in the Premier Division after a 0-0 draw with champions Dundalk. They now face another trip to face Drogheda United on Friday before a home game with Galway United before the summer break. Continue reading “Derry City showing consistency “
Limerick and Derry City played out a 1-1 draw at the Markets Field on Saturday night, but Derry’s Assistant Manager Hugh Harkin was disappointed that the Candystripes didn’t take all three points after conceding a injury time equaliser. Continue reading ““Feels like a defeat” says Derry’s Assistant manager Harkin “
Derry City won their first match since the passing of their club captain Ryan McBride, after beating Bohemians 2-0 at Maginn Park.
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Derry City Midfielder Barry McNamee
Barry McNamee scored his fifth goal of the season in last night’s 1-1 draw with Limerick in Maginn Park.
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