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League Preview: Limerick -v- St. Patrick's Athletic
by Graham Russell on Sat, Jun 24 2017

Bottom-of-the-table St Patrick’s Athletic travel down to the Shannon on Saturday night to face sixth-placed Limerick. (Kick-off 6:30 PM)

Harry Kenny -- We try not to mention this whole Europe thing
by Paul Corcoran on Sat, Jun 24 2017

Bray Wanderers had the running of Eamonn Deacy Park during much of their 1-2 win over Galway United on Friday night.

Killian Brennan and Marc Griffin Leave Drogheda United
by Gerard Grimes on Sat, Jun 24 2017

Killian Brennan and Marc Griffin have become the latest players to leave Drogheda United, following Gareth McCaffrey who left the club last month.

League Report: Dundalk 4 - 0 Finn Harps
by Niall Newberry on Sat, Jun 24 2017

Dundalk turned on the style yet again on Friday night as they made it two wins from two in the SSE Airtricity League after destroying relegation-threatened Finn Harps 4-0 at Oriel Park.

League Report: UCD 3 - 2 Waterford
by Tim Brennan on Sat, Jun 24 2017

UCD made amends for last week’s home defeat with a hard fought win over Division One leaders Waterford FC. A light shower minutes before kick-off made the immaculate Belfield pitch even quicker and allowed both sides move the ball around at pace.

League Report: Cabinteely 0 - 1 Wexford
by Simon O'Gorman on Sat, Jun 24 2017

A 39th minute goal from substitute Eoin Porter earned Wexford only their second win of the season at Stradbrook on Friday night as Cabinteely’s pursuit of the Division’s leading pack stalled.

League Report: Shamrock Rovers 4 - 1 Drogheda United
by Macdara Ferris on Fri, Jun 23 2017

The teenagers ran riot for Rovers in the second half as the Hoops got their eighth win in a ten home game unbeaten sequence as they defeated Drogheda United 4-1 at Tallaght Stadium on Friday night.

League Report: Galway United 1-2 Bray Wanderers
by Paul Corcoran on Fri, Jun 23 2017

Poor defending cost Galway United when they faced Bray Wanderers on Friday night with Harry Kenny’s side dismissing The Tribesmen by two goals to one.

Stephen Walsh's Betting Column (June 23 2017)
by Stephen Walsh on Fri, Jun 23 2017

This week our hero has backed Dundalk, Limerick and Waterford.

Watch: Deja vu for Derry as Clancy snatches victory for Bray
by Dave Donnelly on Fri, Jun 23 2017

Tim Clancy's goal shortly before the end saw the Seagulls move up to third.

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