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#Airtricity Premier Division

# airtricity-premier-division - Today’s News

O’Brien praises top marksman Fagan as he closes in on Saints milestone

The St Patrick’s Athletic hitman is two goals away from 20 in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division for the season.

# airtricity-premier-division - Yesterday’s News

13 things we learned from John Delaney’s ‘Game On’ interview

The FAI CEO discussed Roy Keane and the state of the League of Ireland among other issues.

# airtricity-premier-division - Tuesday 30 September, 2014

Point apiece for Seagulls and Candystripes after two late red cards

Rory Patterson’s second half penalty earned Derry a 1-1 draw after Adam Mitchell’s header had put Bray in front.

Fagan bags 18th league goal of the season as Saints see off Bohs

Aaron Greene and Conan Byrne were also on target for St Patrick’s Athletic at Richmond Park.

Brilliant O’Connor goal the highlight as Hoops breeze to win over UCD

Ryan Brennan and Gary McCabe were also on the scoresheet.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 26 September, 2014

Dundalk hold their nerve as edge closer to title

The table-toppers maintained their three-point advantage.

Nine-man Seagulls hang on for vital point at Drogheda LOI

Nine-man Seagulls hang on for vital point at Drogheda

Alan Mathews’ side battled to a draw in Louth.

No change in Euro vision as Pat’s and Rovers share the spoils

There was plenty of entertainment out in Inchicore.

Jason Byrne and Dave Mulcahy roll back the years for Bohs

Limerick lost out to the Gypsies at Dalymount.


Cork City fight back to edge Sligo and keep title hopes alive

Cork City fight back to edge Sligo and keep title hopes alive

Billy Dennehy scored the winner for John Caulfield’s side.

# airtricity-premier-division - Thursday 25 September, 2014

Towell happy at Dundalk but admits it would be ‘silly’ to turn down right move LOI

Towell happy at Dundalk but admits it would be ‘silly’ to turn down right move

The former Celtic midfielder says that he ‘loves’ playing his football in the League of Ireland but refused to rule out a move abroad.

# airtricity-premier-division - Sunday 21 September, 2014

Lehane the man as Cork keep pressure on Dundalk at the top

Few clear-cut opportunities at Thomond Park but Cork made theirs count.

# airtricity-premier-division - Saturday 20 September, 2014

Holohan the driving force as Drogs down Sligo

A goal in each half gave Drogheda an easy win in Sligo.

‘I didn’t think it went in’ – Watch Chris Forrester’s spectacular 30-yard strike

The St Patrick’s Athletic attacker had the referee’s assistant to thank at the Carlisle Grounds last night.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 19 September, 2014

Athlone earn much-needed point at home to Bohemians

Jake Hyland was dismissed late on for a second yellow card but the home side were unable to capitalise on this advantage.

Forrester stunner inspires 10-man Pat’s to victory at Bray

The youngster scored a fine solo goal as his side prevailed comfortably ultimately.

19 signs you’re a hardcore Shamrock Rovers fan

We celebrate one of Ireland’s most renowned and revered football clubs.

# airtricity-premier-division - Tuesday 9 September, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: They’ll have to be mentally strong but the title is Dundalk’s to lose

With five league games to play, the Lilywhites have enough experience to hold off Cork City’s challenge.

‘The league is out of our grasp,’ Pat’s keeper Clarke concedes title

The Saints stopper is focused on this week’s FAI Cup quarter-final and claiming second place, however.

Clinton Morrison says he’s open to a possible League of Ireland move

“It looks like it’s a good standard,” says former Ireland international.

# airtricity-premier-division - Monday 8 September, 2014

Dundalk get the floodgates open after just 12 seconds against understrength Derry

Like taking Candystripes from a baby for the league leaders.

Cawley inspires Sligo to victory over Bohs

The midfielder opened the scoring at the Showgrounds and played a part in two more goals as Rovers consolidate fifth position.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 5 September, 2014

McEleney pulls the strings as Derry City see off Sligo

Though he did miss a first-half penalty.

Athlone strike late to claim point against Drogheda

They are just three points adrift at the foot of the table now.

10-man Bohs hold on to beat Bray

Jason Byrne scored at both ends during Bohemians 2-1 tonight.

Gaffney double ensures happy return for Russell in UCD

Limerick proved too strong for the Students, scoring three at Belfield.


Last gasp City strike sinks Rovers at Turner’s Cross

Dan Murray struck at the death to secure three point for Cork.

Early goal sees Pat’s edge Dundalk

A first-half Christy Fagan strike was enough for St. Pat’s to get the win.

# airtricity-premier-division - Tuesday 2 September, 2014

Stuart Byrne column: Mature Lenihan can be Ireland star if he takes chance at Hull LOI

Stuart Byrne column: Mature Lenihan can be Ireland star if he takes chance at Hull

The talented young Cork City defender has made the across the water after impressing in the Premier Division this season.

# airtricity-premier-division - Friday 29 August, 2014

Saints secure win after Clarke’s heroics

St. Pat’s have their keeper to thank after leaving Derry with three points.

Clinical Bray earn crucial win in battle against the drop

UCD are facing a potential relegation playoff after another poor result.

Dundalk hold on to edge closer to the title

It was a tense night at Oriel Park but the league leaders got the win.

Madden’s strike enough to earn Rovers three points

Shamrock Rovers gained on their nearest rivals with tonight’s win.


Athlone earn draw to dent Cork’s title hopes

Athlone pegged back Cork twice in their 2-2 draw.

Drogheda ease past Limerick at Thomond Park

Drogheda pulled clear with three second half goals.

# airtricity-premier-division - Thursday 28 August, 2014

LOI double winner has to sell medals to pay daughters’ university fees

Former keeper Wayne Russell is “heartbroken” to have to part with his medals.

# airtricity-premier-division - Monday 25 August, 2014

Derry hit four to ease past Limerick at Thomond Park

The Candystripes never looked back after Patrick McEleney’s goal.

# airtricity-premier-division - Wednesday 20 August, 2014

Bohs insist that Dalymount Park WAS playable on Monday night

Referee Tomas Connolly sensationally called off the tie between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers due to concerns about the pitch.

# airtricity-premier-division - Monday 18 August, 2014

Drogheda’s mid-season revival continues with win over Derry

Damien Richardson’s men are now just two points behind the visitors in sixth.

Last gasp Dundalk equaliser rescues point for league leaders

David McMillan scored four minutes from time.

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