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Saturday 10 June 2023 Dublin: 13°C

# Supporting LOI

All time
# Bounce
Drogheda's mid-season revival continues with win over Derry
Damien Richardson’s men are now just two points behind the visitors in sixth.
# Late Show
Last gasp Dundalk equaliser rescues point for league leaders
David McMillan scored four minutes from time.
# On a run
Limerick's good run continues as Gaffney downs the champions
It was a first defeat in 10 games for the home side.
# Frustration
Cork City held by 10-man Bray
The home side couldn’t close the gap at the top of the Airtricity League Premier Division tonight.
# unplayable
Bohemians v Rovers called off over penalty spot concerns
Referee Tomas Connolly made the decision 45 minutes before kick off.
# Keeping pace
Cork City stay in title hunt with Derry victory
John O’Flynn grabbed the game’s only goal.
# Off the Mark
Zayed opens Sligo account as Bray's winless streak climbs to 12
It was the former Shamrock Rovers man’s first goal for the Bit O’Red.
# look ahead
5 reasons to watch the League of Ireland this weekend
Can Pat Fenlon spark an instant upturn in fortunes for Shamrock Rovers or will his old club Derry spoil the party?
# New gig
'Budgets don't win football matches' - Pat Fenlon on Shamrock Rovers job
The former Shels, Derry and Bohs manager has taken the hot seat in Tallaght.
# First Division Wrap
Vinny Faherty blazes 18-minute hat-trick as Galway rout Ramblers
Shelbourne gained a point on league-leading Longford and Wexford ran rings around Hoops’ reserves.
# Previews
5 reasons to watch the League of Ireland this weekend
After another midweek of European fixtures, it’s back to domestic football for all 12 Premier Division clubs.
# Like a Boss
Martin O'Neill was at the Carlisle Grounds to see Rovers slay Bray
The Ireland manager was at the Carlisle Grounds to see Trevor Croly’s men defeat Bray.
# Supporting LOI
3 reasons to watch the League of Ireland this weekend
There are just three Premier Division fixtures over the coming days due to clubs’ involvement in Europe.
# Airtricity Premier Division
Wearen's wonder gives Bohemians share of the spoils against St Pat's
Mark Quigley opened the scoring for the Saints but the young Bohs midfielder answered back in emphatic style.
# back on top
Cork City steam three points clear as late Buckley strike devastates Drogs
John Caulfield’s side kept their sixth clean sheet in a row and have now established a nice cushion ahead of Dundalk.
# touching distance
Philly Gorman inspires Athlone to rousing win over rudderless Limerick
It is either a feast or a famine for Town this season. Tonight was a feast, pure
# Previews
5 reasons to watch the League of Ireland this weekend
Dundalk are away from home, Cork travel to Louth while Bohs host St Pat’s.
# Unbeatable
Two stunning Gary Rogers saves deny Cork City in Sligo
John Caulfield’s men are joint top with Dundalk but missed the chance to move two points clear.
# Previews
5 reasons to watch the League of Ireland this weekend
Cork City welcome the return of a fan favourite, Limerick reach 2,000 league games and Derry look to build on European win.
# hoops in pursuit
Rovers breathe life into title challenge as Students put to bed early
First half goals from dean Kelly and Ronan Finn did the job for Trevor Croly’s men.
# sexy times
Dundalk's sexy football too much for prudish Students
Stephen Kenny’s side have now scored 19 goals in their last four outings at Oriel Park.
# Raid
Four star Limerick put down Drogs
Four different goalscorers helped the visitors claim the spoils at United Park.
# First division
Galway shock leaders Shels while Longford fire six past Hoops
Here’s how tonight’s four Airtricity League first division games unfolded.
# Seagulls
Douglas sees red, but UCD hold on for stalemate at home to Bray
Wanderers were denied all three points by an offside flag late on.
# saints marching again
Fagan stars with hat-trick as Derry ship five away to St Pat's
The striker took his tally to 12 for the season.
# Rebels
No sign of Kimye, but Cork do enough to keep up challenge with win over Athlone
Mark O’Sullivan’s 58th minute header was the difference between the sides at Turner’s Cross.
# Derby Night
Battling Bohemians earn Tallaght draw as Rovers lose ground in title chase
Trevor Croly will be disappointed at his side’s lack of creativity.
# 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.
# Off the Mark
A 0-0 draw never felt so sweet as Athlone snap 12-game losing streak
Keith Long’s team could have claimed all three points but were left ruing a late penalty miss.
# gone to the drogs
Students' late goal cramming session gives Drogheda fifth straight defeat
Robbie Benson and Cillian Morrison struck in the space of three minutes to give UCD 2 – 1 win at Belfield.
# leaving it late
Shamrock Rovers' blushes spared after Limerick midfielder saves injury time penalty
Trevor Croly’s men looked set to go down to their third defeat of the season before an 96th minute goal levelled matters.
# Top Dogs
Dundalk go top after putting Cork to the sword at Oriel Park
Richie Towell scored his third and fourth league goals of the season.
# red fever
McEleney wonder strike lights up ill-tempered affair as Bohs and Derry share spoils
The Candystripes have now drawn six of their first 10 league matches.
10-man Cork City hold on to edge out Students
Darren Dennehy was dismissed but his brother Billy scored the winner.
# Supporting LOI
Here’s our SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Team of the Week
Billy Dennehy’s been almost ever-present this season, but who else made the list?
# city beat town
Curran helps Derry overcome early setback against former club Athlone
The Candystripes were behind after 15 minutes, but claimed all three points thanks to a brilliant Michael Duffy strike.
# decisions
St Pat's benefit from controversial penalty to edge Shamrock Rovers
Referee Dave McKeon’s name was on the lips of both sets of supporters.
# concussions
Stuart Byrne column: Football has the wrong attitude when it comes to head injuries
Goalkeeper Barry Murphy needed lengthy treatment during Shamrock Rovers’ win on Friday night but was allowed to continue.
# Supporting LOI
Brilliant poster sets the scene for Cork City's top-of-the-table clash with Shamrock Rovers
It may be a week away but we can’t wait.
# new initiative
Bray Wanderers to become first 'community-owned' Airtricity League club
They hope the new move will provide a blueprint for other Irish clubs.