There was a lot of big news around Drumcondra during the week. People were discussing the fire at the Metro Hotel in neighbouring Ballymun on Wednesday evening, a fire that thanks to the bravery of Dublin Fire Brigade resulted in no loss of life. They were discussing the news that,
After announcing he was leaving Longford Town after five years at the club Shelbourne have announced the signing of goal machine David O'Sullivan.
Sully scored 82 goals for the midlands club in his spell and will face his old club next season in the First Division with Owen Heary's men.
First Division side Shelbourne have announced that four player have re-signed for the 2018 season.
Derek Prendergast, James English, Alan Byrne & Dean Delany have all signed up for the new season.
It was great to see Shelbourne win the Leinster Senior Cup this week. To go to Oriel Park and beat Dundalk in any competition is a tall order; to deny them the silverware after a gruelling 120-minute contest on a cold night makes the achievement all the more heroic.
Shelbourne player Niall Lanigan was playing in the Leinster Senior Cup Final last night against Dundalk at Oriel Park last night.
It was an interesting few moments of action for Lanigan.
The Dubliner came on as a sub in extra time for Shels in the 113th minute but was dismissed within 2
The news that the redevelopment of Dalymount Park is to be delayed for two years broke this week and meant different things to different people. Some people were annoyed at the delay, seeing it as putting the development in jeopardy – ‘’if it’s going to happen, what’s wrong with now’’
The draw for the last 16 of the FAI Cup takes place tonight live on Soccer Republic at 6.30pm.
You can watch it live on RTE Player.
Here are the teams left in the draw.
St Patrick's Athletic
Sometimes a fixture change can work in your favour, sometimes not. This weekend’s Bray versus Cork City game was originally scheduled for the Friday, but got moved out to the Sunday due to the City’s involvement in Europe. As I was heading away on the Saturday, the fixture change meant
Sean Byrne has re-signed for his former club Shelbourne it has been announced.
The left back who started playing football at Hartstown United, featured in an FAI Cup final for Shelbourne in 2011 and also played for Bohemians, Waterford United & Athlone Town where he won promotion with Roddy Collins.
To celebrate Dublin LGBTQ Pride 2017 and both teams’ dedication to their core values of Respect and Diversity a Shelbourne XI will play the Dublin Devils at 2pm on June 17th at Tolka Park, Richmond Road, Dublin 3.
The Shelbourne team will include club legends such as Stuart Byrne, Gary Howlett,