“Sheppards delight” as Cork City extend their winning start to nine wins from nine games in this seasons SSE Airtricity League following a hard fought win against a battling Bohs side that dominated much of the game.
Karl Sheppard was the hero for the runaway league leaders hitting a
After a disastrous last outing against Dublin rivals, and current EA Sports Cup holders, St. Patrick’s Athletic, Keith Long’s decimated squad took on an excellent Cabinteely side, who themselves, are on a great run of four league wins in a row.
Missing the likes of Shane Supple, Izzy Akinade, Eoin
Conan Byrne last night scored for St Patrick's Athletic what can only be described as magical as he scored from his own half over Bohemians keeper Shane Supple.
The goal would remind you of David Beckhams wonder goal in 1996 for Manchester United against Wimbledon.
Here are both goals to see the
Bend it like Byrne! St. Pats winger hits a Beckham-esque effort as the Saints go Marching on hammering Bohs 4-0.
A jam packed Dalymount Park, which included President Michael D. Higgins, was witness to its first home Dublin derby of the season, with St. Pats the visitors on a
Keith Long as warned against complacency as Bohemians look to extend their unbeaten run to five games.
The Gypsies have amassed 10 points from a possible 12 having lost their opening two fixtures of the 2017 season.
That recent run of form has seen Long's side move up to fourth, but he
10 man Galway United hold off in form Bohemians to snatch a share of the spoils.
Despite wet and windy conditions, Dalymount Park played host to an entertaining game that saw Bohemians draw 1-1 with Galway United this evening.
In a lively game, It didn’t take the visitors long to have
The nights may be getting brighter but in sporting terms last Friday was certainly a dark one for me. To start with I had a dilemma - there was a clash between the televised Ireland versus Wales rugby game and the Bray Wanderers encounter with Bohemians in Dalymount Park
Bohs picked up a surprise win in Limerick on Monday night. The visitors were the better team in the opening stages taking control of possession and spreading the ball nicely. Limerick had the first chance of the game though, a quick counter attack from Chedozie Ogbene, his cross found
I was talking with some Bohemians supporters last week, in advance of the new season kicking off. Inevitably the conversation turned to it being their last season in Dalymount Park as it currently stands. In an example of modern-day Northside cooperation, Bohemians will move to Tolka Park for
Bohemians, in conjunction with our sponsors Mr Green, are giving supporters the chance to decide our away jersey for the 2017 season.
Anyone who votes can in one of five shirts - or one of ten €20 Mr Green free bets.
Since joining forces in 2014, the past three seasons have seen