Cork City escape the capital with a 2-0 win thanks to goals from Conor McCathy and Graham Cummins as they go level with leaders Dundalk at the summit of the table.
The “Home of Irish Football” played host to the Champions Cork City with a big three points on offer at
After the early season 1-1 draw at the Markets field, Bohs and Limerick locked horns in an entertaining 0-0 game in which the hoe side will feel they did enough to nick it.
The home side dominated possession in the opening quarter of the game, playing some excellent one and two
The Shannonsiders have gained just one point in their last five outings – that coming in a Munster Derby draw with leaders Cork City – with their failure to fire in front of goal causing concern, having netted just once in that period.
Now it is seventh versus eighth in the
Penalties needed to separate Bohemians and UCD with Colin McCabe emerging the hero for the home side in a wonderfully entertaining cup game at a rainy Dalymount Park.
Despite mother nature’s best effort to give the players a day off the game went ahead and those who braved the elements weren’t
Bohs put on a five star display as they survive an early scare to progress comfortably into the next round of the EA Sports Cup, winning 5-1 on the night
In what was a welcome distraction from their current league form, for both sides, Bohs played host to a Cabinteely side
Snatch and Grab as Bohs take a huge three points against a much-improved Bray side in a battle of the bottom two.
Dinny Corcoran was the hero as his 91st minute winner broke the hearts of the visiting Bray Wanderers fans and players, who will count themselves unlucky not to
Spoils shared as Bohs and Sligo Rovers play out an enthralling 2-2 draw at Dalymount Park.
Despite the season being just five games young, a massive three points were on offer in Phibsboro as both Bohs and Derry City looked to really kick their season’s into gear.
On the back of three
Bohs pay the penalty yet again as Dean Clarke’s first half strike is enough to take all three points for Liam Buckley’s troops.
A wet Dalymount Park played host to its second Dublin Derby of the season as Liam Buckley’s St. Pats side came to Phibsboro in a fixture that produced
A snowy picturesque Dalymount Park played host to a hugely entertaining encounter as bottom of the table Derry City, desperate for their first points of the season visited an undefeated Bohs side, who were without last seasons top scorer, Dinny Corcoran through injury.
Bohs had the better of possession in
Dan at the double as Bohs produce an incredible comeback win to take all three points as a classic encounter finished 3-1 to the Gypsies.
Dan Byrne was the hero of the evening grabbing a brace of headers either side of Paddy Kavanagh’s rifled effort as Bohs fought back