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Wednesday 8 February 2023 Dublin: 10°C

# Super Saints

Last year
2022
# LOI
Late, late drama as St Pat's beat Dundalk and close the gap in race for Europe
Adam O’Reilly won it for the Saints with the last kick of the game.
All time
# Super Saints
Pats book place in cup decider with victory over Dundalk
The Lilywhites look to be without European football next season.
# Super Saints
St Pat's keep FAI Cup bid on course with comfortable win over Wexford
Darragh Burns’ brace and Rónán Coughlan’s penalty give Pat’s a 3-0 win.
# Super Saints
Burns hits winner for St Pat's as Mike Newell sent to stands for arguing about the colour of sock tape
It was a comfortable night at the office for the Saints who were rarely troubled by a lifeless Waterford attack.
# Super Saints
Saints sink Wolves and march into the last eight of the FA Cup
Danny Ings and Stuart Armstrong scored in the second half at Molineux.
# Super Saints
Burke clan are key as St Thomas retain Galway hurling crown against Liam Mellows
Elsewhere today Slaughtneil were crowned Ulster champions against Dunloy.
# Super Saints
All-Ireland club finalists to face two recent county champions after Galway senior hurling draw
St Thomas, who will be in action on St Patrick’s Day, discovered last night who they will be facing in Galway this year.
# Super Saints
Free-taking competition secures win for 2017 champions in opening game of the Sigerson Cup
St Mary’s saw off NUIG in Galway this afternoon.
# Seagulls
Second-half flourish sees Bray stun off-form Saints
It’s a third defeat on the trot for the Saints as they spurned the chance to go fourth.
# The West's awake
Galway into their first FAI Cup quarter-final in seven years after taking Pat's at Inchicore
The Tribesmen scored early and late as the Saints crumbled at home.
# back to winning ways
Liam Buckley: 'Somebody joked in the dressing room that we're only 13 points off Europe'
St Pat’s won their first league game in two months last Friday night against Derry City.
# Super Saints
St Pat's keep faint European hopes alive with convincing win over Wexford Youths
The Saints scored four goals at Richmond Park.
# principled approach
Southampton's careful and meticulous manager search shows up other teams' bumbling
The Saints have a distinct process and admirably put that before any high-profile gun-for-hire.
# saints become sinners
Red sky and red faces as Pat's succumb to 5th league defeat of the season against Derry
Barry McNamee grabbed the only goal of the game shortly after the hour mark at Richmond Park.
# LOI
Byrne brace helps Saints rout Youths in Inchicore
Danny Furlong was sent off in the second half.
# special guests
Tribesmen turn on the style in front of their biggest fan as they shock the Saints at Inchicore
President Michael D Higgins was in attendance at Richmond Park as Galway United secured smash-and-grab win.
# Super Saints
St. Pat's secure their place in the FAI Ford Cup final after a thumping win over Finn Harps
Killian Brennan and Conan Byrne both scored twice with the Saints running out 6-1 winners.
# six for saints
Conan slays Drogs as Saints hit six in Richmond riot
Christy Fagan helped himself to a brace and Chris Forrester completed the rout.
# champs stumped
Lowly Limerick make holy show of not so super Saints
Danny Galbraith scored one and set up another as the league champions left empty handed.
# Supporting LOI
5 reasons why you should be watching the League of Ireland this weekend
Including a mouth-watering tie between the league’s leading duo of St Pat’s and Cork at Richmond Park.
# Match Report
Flood relief for Sligo as McMillan's late equaliser saves champs
Ian Baraclough’s men are not going to give up their title without a fight.
# Super Saints
Good night for League of Ireland as 10-man Drogheda battle to draw with Malmo
While St Pat’s earn a 2-2 draw in Lithuania.
# Super Saints
LOI wrap: Derry narrow the gap to 2 points as St Pat's end champs' winning streak
There were 14 goals in tonight’s five Airtricity League fixtures.
# Air Miles
Europa League previews: Testing away encounters for St Pat's and Sligo
The Saints find themselves in Bosnia and looking to keep up a good European run while Rovers face Spartak Trnava of Slovakia.
# Much success
Nothing to declare: Saints in Kazakh visa rush
Pete Mahon’s side were on their way to face Shakhter Karagandy in the Europa League tomorrow.