Advertisement

Readers like you keep news free for everyone.

More than 5,000 readers have already pitched in to keep free access to The Journal.

For the price of one cup of coffee each week you can help keep paywalls away.

Support us today
Not now
Saturday 4 February 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# saints

Last year
2022
# saints
Doyle and Forrester inspire 10-men Pat's to impressive win over Drogheda
St Pat’s won 2-0 in Louth tonight.
# saints
Southampton beat Chelsea to march past Blues in table
Teenage midfielder Romeo Lavia became the first player born in 2004 to score in the Premier League.
# Big Opportunity
Ireland U19 international Keeley makes move to Tottenham from St Patrick's Athletic
The highly-rated goalkeeper has swapped Inchicore for north London.
# LOI
St Pat's announce partnership with Cherry Orchard
The new long-term single club football partnership will provide a pathway to academy and senior LOI football for both boys and girls.
# saints
St Pat's learn their fate in the Europa Conference League draw
Tim Clancy’s side will play either Sfintul Gheorghe of Moldova or Slovenian club Mura.
# saints
Burns on fire as Pat's grab point in Sligo
The Pat’s star cancelled out Aidan Keena’s first-half opener.
# Edge
Ralf Rangnick insists Man Utd need to be ‘more aggressive and even more nasty’
The Red Devils drew 1-1 for the third consecutive game.
# Irish Abroad
'It’s nowhere near as PC as normal jobs. You get to run around and hit people'
Conor Carey’s career has taken him from Ulster to Connacht and on to Northampton Saints.
# saints
St Pat's add to their squad by snapping up Preston midfielder and Ross County defender
Elsewhere, Yoyo Mahdy has signed for Finn Harps from Shelbourne.
# suftum
Lowry and Baloucoune shine as Ulster advance into Champions Cup knock-outs
Dan McFarland’s men played some superb attacking rugby as they beat Northampton 24-20.
# suftum
Up-and-down Ulster strive to get momentum rolling again in Northampton
Nathan Doak and Stewart Moore make their first European starts in a youthful backline.
All time
# LOI
Experienced Dubliner Daly named St Pat's assistant manager
Jon Daly will be Tim Clancy’s right-hand man at the Saints.
# Wrap
Wolves stage stunning fightback to beat Aston Villa with three late goals
Southampton edged out Leeds elsewhere and Norwich claimed a precious point.
# saints
St Patrick's Athletic announce the signing of Bolton full-back Hickman
‘It’s a very good standard and it’s something that I wanted to be involved in,’ says the 22-year-old.
# LOI
'Kyrian is a top player' - St Pat's announce loan signing of Malta international
Kyrian Nwoko joins the Saints from Valletta until the end of the season.
# On The Dotted Line
Ex-Shamrock Rovers midfielder Bone joins St Pat's after acrimonious departure from Waterford
The versatile 22-year-old can play in a number of positions and is excited to get going at Richmond Park.
# Major Coup
St Patrick's Athletic sign midfielder Mountney after nine trophy-laden years at Dundalk
The 27-year-old is excited to link up with former Lilywhites team-mate Stephen O’Donnell at Richmond Park.
# Champions Cup
Baird to the fore as re-jigged Leinster see off Saints
Leo Cullen’s side notched another bonus point win despite a spate of pre and post kick-off injury issues.
# Premier League
Southampton dismantle struggling Sheffield United
The Saints march on up to third in the table.
# Premier League
Saints march into fifth place with comeback win over Brighton
Jannik Vestergaard and Danny Ings turned the match around to lift Southampton above Manchester United.
# nfl round-up
Brees outduels Brady as Saints crush Bucs, Chiefs survive scare and history-making Steelers go 8-0
Elsewhere, the Bills delivered the Seattle Seahawks their second defeat in three games.
# Contracts
Lawes and Biggar end French rumours by signing new Northampton deals
The club has announced 19 new contract renewals.
# talented youngster
Ireland underage midfielder rewarded with four-year Southampton deal after making debut
20-year-old Will Smallbone has been at the club since the age of eight.
# saints
Hasenhuttl signs new 4-year Southampton deal
The 52-year-old was appointed in December 2018 and has turned things around since a 9-0 hammering last October.
# Financial strain
St Patrick's Athletic forced to lay off players and coaching staff temporarily
The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division club has released a statement after yesterday’s government announcement.
# 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.
# Great Scot
St Pat's hope they have got a bargain in January sales
Scottish striker Martin Rennie joins the club after signing from Montrose.
# full of praise
'Everybody loves him, and nobody likes to play against him' - Southampton boss hails resurgent Long
Saints manager Ralph Hasenhuttl has been delighted with the Ireland striker’s input in recent weeks.
# captain kirk
Kirk Cousins and underdog Vikings stun Saints in overtime
The Vikings will travel to face the San Francisco 49ers in the next round.
# true blues
Cullen reaches for cold water as Leinster hit 'Test-match level'
Northampton boss Chris Boyd was at a loss to signal a way of reversing his side’s fortunes against ‘another level of physicality and fitness’.
# Waiting Game
Jonathan Sexton to undergo scan on knee injury
The out-half looks set to miss at least the return fixture against Northampton.
# 7 deadly tries
Sexton injured, Larmour lights it up as Leinster thrash Saints
Seven different try-scorers crossed for Leinster as they brought their winning streak to 10 this season.
# step up
Cullen keen to see Leinster impose attack on Saints
Last time out in Lyon was too close for comfort.
# saints
St Patrick's Athletic release new home jersey ahead of 2020 campaign
The Inchicore club will be looking for a better showing in the Premier Division under new manager Stephen O’Donnell next season.
# baby on board
'Baby and mother are good. It was just a mad 24 hours': From the Rotunda to Tallaght Stadium
Stephen O’Donnell’s wife gave birth to their first child on Friday before he took charge of his first Dublin derby.
# walk off
Last-gasp 58-yard kick gives Saints dramatic win over Texans
On a Monday Night Football double header, the Raiders made life difficult for Broncos debutant Joe Flacco.
# Stepping Aside
Harry Kenny resigns as St Patrick's Athletic manager following FAI Cup exit
The 57-year-old has left his position as manager following last night’s FAI Cup exit to UCD.
# Saints March On
Webster the hero with 84th-minute winner as Saints come from behind against Sligo
Harry Kenny’s men fought back after the break at Richmond Park to secure an important three points.
# saints
St Pat's sign ex-Liverpool academy striker
Ireland U19 international Glen McAuley was recently released by the Reds.
# 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.