Galway United FC are delighted to confirm that Luke and Brian Comer of the Comer Group have extended their major sponsorship of the club for a further two years. This is the latest gesture of overwhelming support Luke and Brian Comer have made in the development of football in Galway
Former Cobh Ramblers manager Stephen Henderson has been named as the new head of youth development with First Division side Shelbourne.
Speaking to the Shelbourne website, Henderson said, "After talking with Dave O'Connor and some of the people involved in the academy, it was clear for me to see that Shels
If Bray Wanderers finish in this season’s First Division play-off positions, then they might look back to Friday’s win over Longford as one of the key milestone on the journey.
Wanderers had gone ahead early on through Derek Daly but Longford levelled before half-time. With the clock ticking down the game
Cobh Ramblers manager Stephen Henderson has left his role as manager of the club with immediate effect.
The club released the below statement after their 2-1 victory this evening.
Bray seafront saw big crowds on both Friday and Saturday for sporting reasons. Friday night evoked memories of 2012 when Katie Taylor brought home Olympic gold; this time she had the WBC, WBO, WBA and IBF world championship belts. A crowd of more than 2,000 gathered to welcome The Bray
The Football Association of Ireland is awaiting a UEFA report on betting patterns surrounding the Cobh Ramblers First Division game with Limerick FC last Saturday night after receiving correspondence from the Cork club.
The FAI is currently investigating betting patterns around Limerick’s game against Shelbourne on April 19th.
FAI Competitions Director
Limerick players have served a strike notice to the club if all owed finances are not paid.
Here is the statement they released through the PFAI:
It has been well documented over a long period of time, the late payment and player welfare issues which we as players have experienced at Limerick
Blaise and myself were late heading down to TolkaPark for Shelbourne against Galway on Friday. We knew kick-off was imminent as we approached the ground and heard Pigbag’s ‘’Papa’s Got A Brand New Bag’’ booming out, a sign that the teams had taken the pitch.
The sounds of the national anthem
There have been a number of fixture changes in the SSE Airtricity League.
In the Premier Division, St. Patrick's Athletic's trip to Finn Park to face Finn Harps on Monday, April 22, the kick-off time has now been changed to 5pm.
In the First Division, Longford Town v Galway United, which was
Fans of Bray Wanderers went home happy last Friday night. Joe Doyle and Paul Keegan had scored. Two wins out of two and top of the First Division. A huge travelling support the week before in Cabinteely had been followed up by a packed Carlisle Grounds for the visit of