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Saturday 10 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# SSE Airtricity League Premier Division

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# One to Watch
19-year-old Bohemians striker Ali Reghba completes Leicester City move
The promising forward was instrumental as Bohemians’ U19s won a league and cup double last season.
# The Hoops
Graham Cummins joins Shamrock Rovers while Coustrain heads on loan to Turners Cross
The 31-year-old’s second spell with Cork City has come to an end.
# Moving On
Derry City complete signing of ex-Reading forward Davis as UCD exodus continues
The 21-year-old helped The Students claim the SSE Airtricity League First Division title last season.
# world stage
Wexford's Michelle O'Neill will officiate World Cup quarter-final between Germany and Sweden
The 40-year-old assistant referee is officiating at her second World Cup this summer in France.
# Pastures new
Promising 19-year-old Ali Reghba leaves Bohemians with Leicester City move expected
The German-born striker impressed while on trial with the Foxes in January.
# London Calling
Former Cork City first-team coach Lisa Fallon appointed by Chelsea in Women's Super League
Fallon spent six years at Cork City where she helped the Leesiders win the Premier Division and two FAI Cups
# Sign Him Up
'I’m excited about making history': Japanese winger Sasaki joins Cabinteely
The 23-year-old moved to Ireland last year and has played club football in Germany and Paraguay before.
# Friendly
Chelsea coming to Dublin as Bohemians and St Pat's confirm summer friendlies
The Londoners last visited Ireland in August when they faced Arsenal at the Aviva Stadium.
# grand designs
Kieran Lucid: Kerry businessman's plan to create all-island soccer league by 2021
‘Window of opportunity’ to revolutionise domestic football needs to be acted on by autumn, says entrepreneur.
Irish defender Boyle rejoins Dundalk after spells in England and Scotland
Capped once by the Republic of Ireland, Boyle returns to Oriel Park as a free agent.
# get your passports
Bohemians accept invitation to take part in this year's IRN-BRU Scottish Challenge Cup
Keith Long’s side withdrew from last year’s competition due to a ‘logistical nightmare’.
# high flyers
Talbot, Elbouzedi, Byrne and Harkin: Our League of Ireland Team of Season (so far)
Feel free to tell us why the exclusion of (insert your favourite player here) is an absolute disgrace.
# Late Late Show
Walker's 83rd-minute strike breaks Harps hearts as St Pat's snatch victory late on
Harry Kenny’s side secured all three points with a dramatic late winner to break Finn Harps’ hearts in Inchicore.
# everyday hero
'To see a 12-year-old boy go through chemotherapy and have a tumour removed... it was the least we could do'
Shelbourne winger and primary school teacher Conan Byrne raised €5,660 for one of his students with a sponsored head shave.
Ex-Chelsea 'keeper Beeney leaves Sligo halfway through the season
The 23-year-old had started 13 Premier Divison games for Liam Buckley’s side this term.
# Worthy Cause
Irish footballer's head shave raises over €4,500 for student undergoing treatment for cancer
Shelbourne winger and primary school teacher at Rush National School Conan Byrne had his head shaved on Friday for a worthy cause.
# Mansion House
The FAI needs a full-time executive board with appropriate governance... not a social club
Today Shane Ross hosts a stakeholder event to kick-off a transformation of Irish football. Expect a lot of what, a little how and even less why, writes John O’Sullivan.
# penalty decision
'If that was a Dundalk player, they would have hit the ground. We need to be cuter and learn from this horrible feeling'
Keith Long was left frustrated after losing to a stoppage time penalty against Dundalk on Monday.
# Take a bow son
Ireland U21 international Mandroiu scores stunning Dublin derby free-kick for Bohemians
The promising 20-year-old earned the Gypsies a share of the spoils with a brilliant free-kick on Friday.
# Dublin Derby
Seamus Coleman and Stephen Kenny watch on as Pat's hold Bohs
The Ireland skipper and U21s boss were among the 2,908 in attendance at Richmond Park.
'I've never had an easy game at Turner's Cross in my life. The rest of the boys haven't either'
The League of Ireland’s top two in recent years go head-to-head on Friday night at Turner’s Cross.
# LOI Legends
'I look back on my life and for a fella with such a lack of ability on the ball, it's been amazing'
One of the great characters of Irish football, Dermot Keely relives his highs and lows — both as a player and in management.
# Thriller
Six goals and two missed penalties sees Waterford and Sligo share the spoils at the RSC
Liam Buckley’s Bit O’Red left with a point after a dramatic encounter against Waterford on Saturday.
Caulfield's legendary status and passion might ultimately have been his downfall
John O’Sullivan looks at the changing of the guard at Cork City.
Cork turn to Caulfield's assistant Cotter as two ex-internationals join coaching staff
Cotter takes charge ahead of Friday’s game against Bohs, with Alan Bennett and Colin Healy part of his backroom team.
# LOI catch up
Watch brilliantly-worked goals from Bohs and Rovers with highlights of all last night's games
Jordan Flores also produced a super strike for Dundalk in their victory over Waterford.
# Bit O'Red
Bermuda captain Leverock scores again to help Sligo stretch unbeaten run to three games
Dante Leverock and skipper David Cawley were on target as Sligo move six points clear of the relegation zone.
# Under Pressure
Pressure grows on Cork City as Harps cancel out O'Connor's incredible 25-yard free kick
John Caulfield’s side were held by bottom-placed Finn Harps on Monday night at Turners Cross.
# the gypsies
U21 international Mandroiu and Corcoran inspire Bohemians to ninth win in 14 games
The Gypsies’ remarkable start to the season continued at the Bradywell with another three points.
# the students
'We always do what’s best for the players': Man City in talks over talented UCD duo
UCD manager Collie O’Neill says Man City have been in touch regarding Neil Farrugia and Liam Scales.
# Saints March On
Kelly and Drennan on target as St Pat’s see off UCD to cap off perfect week with third consecutive win
Second-half goals from Ciaran Kelly and Mikey Drennan saw St Pat’s beat UCD 2-0 on Friday.
# 1 in 1 out
St Pat's awarded Europa League spot alongside Cork and Shamrock Rovers as Waterford miss out
The Saints are one of four League of Ireland clubs granted Uefa licenses.
# tough as nails
'No injections. When the physio comes on, Joey rolls it back in and gets on with it. It just shows what he is made of'
Joey O’Brien’s dislocated shoulder sums up the mentality shift at Shamrock Rovers, says Stephen Bradley.
# Frustrated
'In the recession we were the forgotten city': Waterford devastated after Europa League expulsion
Alan Reynolds said it is ‘gut-wrenching’ to lose out on playing in this summer’s Europa League qualifiers.
# richmond arena
St Pat's hope to resurrect plans for 12,000-seater stadium by putting pressure on local politicians
The club have drawn up plans for a new stadium which would form part of a major development in Inchicore.
# back on track
‘I got a personal text from Mick McCarthy to say well done. He didn’t have to do that, it was a really nice touch’
SWAI Player of the Month Jack Byrne discusses returning to Ireland, his recent international call-up and his ambitions with Shamrock Rovers.
# Report
Two goals and two red cards in Sligo as Corcoran and Finnerty help Bohemians go second
Keith Long’s side have leapfrogged champions Dundalk into second place after beating the Bit O’Red.
Parkhouse's late double hands Derry dramatic derby victory in Ballybofey
Declan Devine’s side came out on top of a five-goal derby against Finn Harps.
# the students
Clinical UCD teach Waterford a lesson in four-goal win
Collie O’Neill’s side earned their second victory of the Premier Division season tonight.
# its a sellout
'I've had phone calls from people I've never heard of looking for tickets to the game'
Bohemians manager Keith Long was encouraged by another sell-out at Dalymount Park against St Pat’s.