Dundalk make a statement with big win over Waterford

Dundalk had a 4-0 win over Waterford at Oriel Park last night to send a statement to the rest of their Premier Division rivals, that they won’t relinquish their title easily. Continue reading “Dundalk make a statement with big win over Waterford”

Dundalk sign full-back on opening day

On the day that the 2019 SSE Airtricity League kicks off, last season’s double winners Dundalk added to their already impressive squad with the addition of former Northern Ireland Youth International Cameron Dummigan from Oldham Athletic on a long-term contract. Continue reading “Dundalk sign full-back on opening day”

Let battle commence, as Dundalk and Cork clash in the President’s Cup

For the fourth year in a row Dundalk and Cork City will contest the President’s Cup, a pre-season fixture featuring the previous season’s League and Cup winners, or league runners-up should one team claim the double as Dundalk did in 2018. Continue reading “Let battle commence, as Dundalk and Cork clash in the President’s Cup”

Superb Shields the star as Dundalk close in on the title

Chris Shields Dundalk FC

By Gerard Mulreaney

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. Continue reading “Superb Shields the star as Dundalk close in on the title”

Cork v Dundalk Preview

Turners Cross Cork

By Gerard Mulreaney

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. Continue reading “Cork v Dundalk Preview”

Cobh Ramblers and Dundalk into the Enda McGuill Cup Semi-Finals 

Bohemians v Cobh Ramblers U-19
Action from Dalymount

Cobh Ramblers will face Dundalk in the Under 19 Enda McGuill Cup Semi-Finals this week after they beat Bohemians 3-2 after extra-time at Dalymount Park.  Continue reading “Cobh Ramblers and Dundalk into the Enda McGuill Cup Semi-Finals “

A place in the EA Sports Cup Final as stake as Galway United host Dundalk

Eamonn Deacy Park Galway United
Eamonn Deacy Park looks in pristine condition ahead of tomorrow’s game

An opportunity to get to the league cup final for the fifth time, having won the trophy in both 1986 and 1997, is what faces Shane Keegan’s men when they host 5-time winners Dundalk at Eamonn Deacy Park tomorrow afternoon. Dundalk last won the trophy in 2014. Continue reading “A place in the EA Sports Cup Final as stake as Galway United host Dundalk”

Connolly loving life at Oriel Park 

    Dylan Connolly Dundalk FCDylan Connolly

By Gareth Danaher (@GarethDanaher)

Flying winger Dylan Connolly joined Dundalk a month ago after a season and a half playing for Bray Wanderers. Since joining Stephen Kenny’s side Connolly has made two starts against Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers, and also made a UEFA Champions League debut in the home leg against Rosenborg. Continue reading “Connolly loving life at Oriel Park “