Sports broadcaster Eir Sport has announced that they will show the League of Ireland fixture between Dundalk & Finn Harps at Oriel Park on June 23rd.
The game will kick off at 7.45pm.
Dundalk defeated Ollie Horgan's men 2-0 up in Ballybofey in April with a brace from David McMillan.
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Two injury hit sides played out a bruising encounter in Phibsboro this evening. With a massive three points on the line, it was the home side who came out as victors thanks to an own goal and a thunderbolt from Brennan.
The Gypsies came into the game a
Having just made it in time for the game I had high hopes for the fixture after witnessing Limerick’s demolition of Drogheda last Saturday in the Markets Field.
Two early goals saw a poor Drogheda side unable to answer Limerick’s class on the night.
Making my journey home to Castlebar I
A David McMillan double kept the title hopes alive for Stephen Kenny’s men who are 6 points behind a Cork side who have a record-equalling 8 wins from their first 8 games.
An interesting opening 20 minutes saw a fairly even passage of football with Harps playing at an impressive
A late 89th minute winner scored by Simon Madden sent the ballybofey side down the road unlucky not to be leaving with a second half performance that deserved a point.
It was a dream start for Stephen Bradley’s Rovers side with David McAllister letting go from a distance guiding a
Ciaran O’Connor is very quickly becoming a fans favourite on the Ballybofey terraces despite only being on loan from Dundalk.
With another brilliant display and a goal to add to his current tally it’s evident why with a great energetic performance every game.
Sligo had the first real chance
A repeat of the 2015 Relegation/Promotion play-off saw Limerick host Finn Harps at The Marketsfield. A healthy crowd of 1100 turned out at the Marketsfield despite a 2 p.m kick off.
The game started at a really slow tempo, with Limerick stringing passes around the back but with
Noel King has announced his squad for the Ireland U21 Qualifying match against Kosovo on March 25th at Tallaght Stadium.
King has picked two League of Ireland based players in the squad.
Ronan Curtis (Derry City) & Ethan Boyle (Finn Harps) have made the squad.
A mention also has to go to former
Just three games in and this already had potential to be a big game for both teams and their respective seasons.
An explosive start saw a Galway predominance in the first 5 minutes. Vinny Faherty found the net however only to be ruled out for offside and no sooner had
A good crowd packed into Finn Park for the first game of the season on what John Caulfield described as a “borderline pitch” in rather stormy conditions.
Harps started fairly brightly with several chances but none getting near Mark McNulty.
An empty box was the sight for both Bonner and