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Thursday 1 June 2023 Dublin: 14°C

# Airtricity League

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# First division
Two apiece for Hyland and Doyle as Drogs devour Cabinteely
Meanwhile, Cobh Ramblers secured another away win by the single goal.
# Supporting LOI
Stephen Kenny watches on as Benson comes back to haunt Dundalk
Pat Hoban put Dundalk in front with his 100th goal for the club, but St Pat’s forced the draw.
# Opinion
League of Ireland may be the ugly duckling of Irish sport, but it's primed to take flight
Conan Byrne knows the problems in the league, but there is good to be built upon too.
# Saints March On
Hale and Forrester goals help 10-man Saints past Sligo
The vistors saw Oliver Younger dismissed for picking up two yellow cards.
# dirty half dozen
Burke grabs five goals as ruthless Rovers hit Cork for six
The Rebels slumped to their second defeat after falling at home to Shels last week.
# Impact
Super sub Liddle strikes late to save point for Derry
The visitors had looked on course to record a first ever league win at the Brandywell.
# time is ticking
Three Sligo goals in eight first-half minutes dent Finn Harps' hopes amid relegation danger
Liam Buckley’s Bit O’Red were 3-1 winners at The Showgrounds.
# Relief
Record attendance in Tallaght sees Shamrock Rovers finally end Bohs hoodoo
7,021 turned out for the game, with Ireland boss Mick McCarthy among those watching on.
# red hot
Frustrating start for Fenn as Sligo score four to win in Cork
A brace apiece from Ronan Coughlan and Romeo Parkes gave Sligo victory in Turner’s Cross.
Derry held by Waterford in entertaining draw
Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe gave the visitors the lead, but Michael O’Connor’s first-half equaliser ensured a share of the spoils.
# whitewash
Five-star Dundalk demolish UCD
Daniel Cleary struck twice as the Louth club maintained their lead at the summit.
# Shut out
Toal and Talbot take the plaudits as Bohs and Derry play out stalemate
Neither side could force a breakthrough in Dalymount this evening.
# point apiece
Honours even as Finn Harps and Cork City share drab draw
Frank Kelleher’s new side couldn’t find a breakthrough at Finn Park tonight.
# First division
Kilduff double sends Shels clear at the top as Henderson leaves Cobh with a win
It was a big night for Shelbourne as Longford fall prey in Bray.
# honours even
Cork and Sligo both left frustrated after Showgrounds draw
Ronan Coughlan cancelled out an opener from Graham Cummins, but both sides will feel they could have taken maximum points.
# Last 8
Cork pay the penalty against Bohs, Derry see off Harps in extra time in EA Sports Cup quarters
Dundalk and Waterford also made the final four with wins this evening.
# brace
Drinan double delivers Waterford win over Pat's
Chris Forrester was left frustrated at the RSC this evening.
Dundalk recruit midfielder McKee on loan from Falkirk
The 26-year-old will remain in Louth until the summer.
# the wicklow way
Stripe for the picking: Bray return to traditional kit for 2019
A welcome addition to the League of Ireland.
# 4 events for
4 events for... anyone with football fever during the World Cup
Here’s how to get your fix. Without watching any telly.
# dundalk dominance
Dundalk's Hoare claims May Player of the Month award
It’s back-to-back successes for Dundalk after Michael Duffy took home the April award.
# bohs show
Poynton penalty gives Cork City a first league loss 23 games into the season
Bohemians came away from Turner’s Cross with all three points.
# north by northwest
Own goal leaves new Sligo boss Lyttle frustrated
Derry City claimed a share of the spoils at the Showgrounds tonight.
# second tier
UCD held at home as O'Sullivan brace extends Waterford's lead at top of division 1
Meanwhile, Cobh Ramblers bounced back from a goal down to win in Wexford.
# bitter ending
After a magnificent late comeback, Derry pipped by Bray thanks to last-gasp Clancy winner
It was a highly-charged atmosphere in Buncrana as Derry played for the first time since Ryan McBride’s passing.
# simon says
The Derry Pele off the mark for Harps but superb Madden goal proves difference for Rovers
Paddy McCourt found the net but the Hoops got the better of Finn Harps.
# statement
Athlone Town confirm club is 'most certainly not in crisis' following speculation
There were reports that the dressing room had split following an incident involving the captain and manager.
# brotherly love
McClean brothers see no problem with reckless challenge on Seanie Maguire
James McClean has backed his brother, Patrick, who left Maguire on a stretcher in a friendly on Saturday.
# New blood
Sligo Rovers snap up teenage Kenyan striker on loan from Brighton
Jonah Ayunga signs with Dave Robertson’s side until the end of the season.
# corked
Sligo Rovers frustrate Rebels in Showgrounds stalemate
Karl Sheppard went close with a long distance effort and cleared one off the line at his own end.
# Friday Night Lights
Teams vs the silver screen: Is your League of Ireland ticket value for money?
Columnist John O’Sullivan assesses the arguments against splashing out €15 to see Irish football.
# Candystripes
10-man Longford made to suffer in Derry
The visitors were fortunate to only concede four at the Brandywell.
# Candystripes
Boyle pounces to teach Youths harsh defensive lesson
Boyle took advantage of a defensive mix-up when a high ball was hoisted in to the Wexofrd area.
# chasing pack
Rovers end Cork's winning streak in a drab draw in Tallaght
Cork lost ground on league leaders after picking up a single point in west Dublin.
# happy harps
Mailey volley helps Harps climb table with comfortable win in Longford
Tony McNamee put the result beyond doubt in the second half.
# front runners
Assured Dundalk back to winning ways after 'bump' in Cork
Ciaran Kilduff scored and assisted as the Louth men beat St Pat’s.
# shooting blanks
Bray rue missed chances in goalless draw away to Sligo
Harry Kenny’s men returned from the mid-season break with a point to prove.
# back to winning ways
Normal service resumes as Limerick win again in the First Division
Martin Russell’s team enjoyed a straightforward victory over Cabinteely.
Column: 'We shouldn’t let our kids grow up believing that football is a TV show'
Half of the players facing Italy were LOI graduates, why not invest half the extra prize money in our league?
# mann up
Drogs denied big top-of-the-table win as Mann rescues point for Limerick
The draw marks Limerick’s first dropped points of the season.