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Thursday 8 June 2023 Dublin: 12°C

# Setanta Sports Cup

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# scrapped
This year's Setanta Sports Cup has officially been cancelled
The committee has confirmed that it won’t be going ahead.
# Monkey off his back
O'Conor glad to exorcise his cup final demons with match-winning goal
The Sligo Rovers midfielder scored the only goal of the game in Saturday’s Setanta Cup final.
# bit o red
O'Conor strike earns Setanta title for Sligo
A washed-out final at Tallaght Stadium saw Dundalk head home empty handed this time around.
# cup final day
First major trophy up for grabs as Sligo face Lilywhites in search of All-Ireland bragging rights
The Setanta Sport Cup final takes place this afternoon with both clubs aiming to win the competition for the first time.
# All-Ireland
Keane seeking a clean sweep of domestic medals with Setanta Cup triumph
The Sligo Rovers defender is desperate to add the competition to his honours list on Saturday.
# Cup final
Stuart Byrne column: If I could pick a game to go see, it would be between these two finalists
Our man on all things SSE Airtricity League says he can’t wait for this weekend’s Setanta Sports Cup final between Dundalk and Sligo Rovers.
# revenge mission
Mark Quigley: St Pats out to avenge 7-1 Setanta Cup drubbing by Sligo
The Saints striker is currently easing himself back into first team football but is pleased his teammates are hitting form.
# Setanta Cup
Dundalk finish the job against Rovers to reach Setanta Cup final
Stephen Kenny’s men set up a decider against Sligo Rovers.
# forthright
'This could be the last year for all I know' - Kenny laments Setanta Cup stagnation
The withdrawal of major Northern Irish clubs and poor crowd attendance is not helping the cup’s standing.
# Match Report
Danny North on the double as Sligo dismiss 10-man St Pat's
James Chambers was dismissed for the visitors who, in truth, were lucky to escape with the two-goal deficit.
# Cup night
Towell's double from the spot hands Dundalk narrow advantage over Hoops
Stephen Kenny’s Lilywhites take a 2-1 lead into the second leg of their Setanta Sports Cup semi-final against Shamrock Rovers.
# Setanta Sports Cup
Marauding Madden is our Dani Alves, says Shamrock Rovers boss Croly
Setanta Sports Cup holders Shamrock Rovers host Stephen Kenny’s Dundalk in the first of this year’s semi-finals.
# Cup night
St Pat's, Sligo and Dundalk book spots in Setanta Cup semi-finals
It was a good night for the SSE Airtricity League sides against their Irish League opponents tonight.
# Flying Start
Stephen McPhail's dream debut a hint of things to come at Rovers
The former Ireland international made an instant impact on Monday night but knows he can’t risk overdoing things.
# New Boy
VIDEO: Stephen McPhail scores a free-kick on his Shamrock Rovers debut
The Hoops ran out 5-1 winners against Glentoran last night.
# Domestic football
Holders Shamrock Rovers get Glentoran in Setanta Sport Cup
The four quarter-finals pairing were announced this afternoon.
# 7th heaven
We can definitely get better says Croly after 7-1 cup final win
“There’s a volcano waiting to happen,” said Mick Cooke. “It, unfortunately, exploded and we were the recipients of it.”
# Hoop Dreams
Rovers rout Drogheda with a Magnificent 7 in Setanta Cup final
Shamrock Rovers beat Drogheda United 7-1 to win the Setanta Sports Cup in Tallaght Stadium.
# Review
Late Dennehy goal sends Rovers through to Setanta Cup final
They triumphed on aways goals against Cork, with 2-2 the final score.
Drogheda earn impressive win over Sligo while Cork City claim draw in Tallaght
It’s all to play for in the second legs of the Setanta Sports Cup.
# Support
Snapshot: Hooperman pays tribute to Boston Marathon victims
The club tonight showed their support for those who suffered from the tragedy.
# Setanta Cup
Keep it alive! Dunne rallies injury-hit Cork ahead of Rovers semi
Shamrock Rovers host Cork City and Drogheda United meet Sligo Rovers in tonight’s Setanta Sports Cup semi-finals.
# Setanta Sports Cup
Setanta Sports Cup to introduce goal-line assistants next week
Tournament organisers confirmed that the two additional assistant referees will be used for this year’s semi-finals and final.
# Preview
Champions in town: Cork host Crusaders in first Setanta Cup quarter-final
Luckily for Cork, Crues’ top scorer Timmy Adamson is suspended.
# Previews
Setanta Cup: what you need to know ahead of tonight's second-leg ties
Cork, Drogheda, St Pat’s and Shamrock Rovers are in All-Ireland action later this evening.
# Setanta Sports Cup
Back to business: here's what's coming up in the Setanta Sports Cup tonight
Pat’s, Cork, Drogheda and Shamrock Rovers are all in action as the all-Ireland tournament kicks off with four games.
# New Season
Setanta Sports Cup draw made
Only 67 more sleeps until the new season kicks off with the first round of the Setanta Sports Cup.
# SSC 2013
Clubs await Setanta Sports Cup fate
The draw for the 2013 Setanta Sports Cup takes place in Stormont this afternoon.
# Aitricity League
Barstooler: 5 big talking points from last weekend’s Airtricity League action
If you’re stuck for something to say when chatting about domestic football, here’s this week’s round-up of semi-intelligent points.
# Setanta Sports Cup
Derry, Crusaders stride towards Setanta Cup final
Shamrock Rovers and Sligo Rovers are on the verge of exit following tonight’s semi-final first legs in the Setanta Sports Cup.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Who’s ready for a “Super Tuesday” of sport? More importantly, who writes these awful puns? Here’s the morning’s news.
# Countdown
Airtricity League 2012: 5 quick questions for Bohemians manager Aaron Callaghan
We count down to Friday’s kick-off by grabbing Bohs’ new boss for a chat on his squad, the league, and European football.
# Round-Up
Setanta Sports Cup: Déjà vu as Cliftonville hit Pat’s on the double
St Pat’s and Bray are out, but there were still four Airtricity League teams in the hat for the Setanta Sports Cup quarter-finals. Here’s everything you need to know.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Here’s everything you need to know this morning – apart from where Granny’s pancake recipe is gone.
# Setanta Sports Cup
Moore of that, please: Karl gives Bohs Setanta advantage
There were mixed fortunes for the Airtricity League sides in Setanta Sports Cup action last night, with St Pat’s losing 1-0 away to Cliftonville.
# Early Doors
The Morning Score: Tuesday
Here’s everything you need to know this morning – apart from who sent that Valentine’s card. That’s a secret, obviously.
# Local Heroes
League of Ireland: Five things we learned this weekend
The Hoops took the first silverware on offer with a good Saturday night in Tallaght.
# Snap Happy
The sports week in pictures
We’ve got the best images from the past seven days of sporting action. Say cheese.