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
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
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
The title race rumbles on as Bohs and Cork played out a highly entertaining 0-0 draw.
With a rumoured 1000 Cork fans travelling to a blustery Dalymount Park, John Caulfield’s troops hoped to end their 12 year wait for a league title but it wasn’t to be as an impressive Bohs
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with one of the most talented youngsters making a breakthrough in the domestic game. Charlie Fleming, at just 18 years of age, has become a regular at right back for an ambitious Cobh Ramblers side, who are looking to secure a playoff
Bohemians hosted relegation threatened Longford town at a chilly Dalymount Park this evening with top scorer Kurtis Byrne, proving the match winner again just like he did on Monday night.
Fresh from having recently defeated Longford’s relegation rivals, Wexford Youths, the Gypsies were looking to go 5th in the
Kurtis Byrne was the hero for the Gypsies as they edged a hard fought battle with strugglers Wexford Youths 1-0 at Dalymount this evening, forcing home the winner on the stroke of half time.
Youths, currently second from bottom with just 12 points and looking to exact some revenge for
When local lad and fan favourite Aaron O’Connor left Waterford United last month, many an eyebrow was raised. What were the suspicious circumstances? Was there a bust up with the manager? Was he just fed up with the state of the situation the club found themselves?
In his own words, the 19
What promised to be one of the standout fixtures in this weeks SSE Aitricity league, an on form Bohs team fresh from Monday nights Leinster Senior Cup win taking on the Champions elect Dundalk, the fixture fulfilled on all fronts. The game had it all, passion, quality football on
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Bohs won their 32nd Leinster Senior League title, and in turn ending a six year wait for a trophy, with a comprehensive victory over Wexford Youths this evening. A brace each from Roberto Lopes and man of the match Kurtis Byrne sealed the comfortable victory under the