Tim Clancy: “I know results haven’t gone their (Athlone’s) way so far this season but the draw they picked up at home to Finn Harps should act as a warning to us.

  Drogheda United will look to return to winning ways when they face Athlone Town at Lissywollen on Friday night, kick-off 7.45pm. The Boynesiders suffered only their second defeat of the season last week as they lost 2-1 away to Finn Harps, a result which sees them slip to third in the

EA Sports Cup Quarter Final Draw

  Holders Dundalk, who progressed past St Patrick’s Athletic in a penalty shoot-out in the last round, will host Bohemians in the stand out tie of the round. Cobh Ramblers await the winners of the 3rd Round tie between Shamrock Rovers and Longford Town, while the winners of the postponed fixture between

Drogheda United announce new signings

Drogheda united have announced that Ciaran Kelly has signed from St Patrick's Athletic for the new season. The 19 year old defender featured twice for Liam Buckley's team last season. Goalkeeper Paul Skinner has also re-signed for the club. It has also been announced that Richard Purdy has signed a new deal