Kenny resigns as manager of St Pats

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

St Patrick’s Athletic have today released a statement to say that manager Harry Kenny has resigned. This comes after the club suffered a 3-1 defeat to UCD in the 2nd round of the extra.ie FAI Cup. Continue reading “Kenny resigns as manager of St Pats”

Ciarán Kelly delighted with his first Senior goal for St Pats

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

St Patrick’s Athletic won their third straight league game on Friday night, after beating UCD 2-0 at Richmond Park. Continue reading “Ciarán Kelly delighted with his first Senior goal for St Pats”

Monday bonus for fans of the GreatestLeagueInTheWorld

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. Continue reading “Monday bonus for fans of the GreatestLeagueInTheWorld”

Preview: St Patrick’s Athletic v Finn Harps

By Gerard Mulreaney (@gerardmulreaney)

St Patrick’s Athletic Manager Harry Kenny is called on the Saints supporters to come again in huge numbers tonight as his side look to continue their fantastic winning start to the season. Continue reading “Preview: St Patrick’s Athletic v Finn Harps”

St Pats goalkeeper Clarke jumps to the defence of his teammates

St Pats flag

By Gerard Mulreaney

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. Continue reading “St Pats goalkeeper Clarke jumps to the defence of his teammates”

“Massive win for us” says Pats captain Ian Bermingham 


St Patrick’s Athletic moved off the bottom of the Premier Division table after a comfortable 2-0 win over Drogheda United on Friday night. A training ground move, which ended up with captain Ian Bermingham scoring, put the Saints in front just seven minutes into the game, before Kurtis Byrne wrapped up the points just after half-time.  Continue reading ““Massive win for us” says Pats captain Ian Bermingham “

“We should have won it in the end” says Pats striker Byrne

Kurtis Byrne

Kurtis Byrne scored yet another wonder-goal for St Patrick’s Athletic as they came from a goal down to take a share of the spoils in a 1-1 draw with high-flying Bray Wanderers on Friday night.  Continue reading ““We should have won it in the end” says Pats striker Byrne”