The best and worst aspects of Bohemians' season were to the fore as they battled back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 away to St Patrick's Athletic on Friday night.
It was an important point as a win for St Pat's would have put them eight points ahead of the Gypsies,
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
Dinny Corcoran has signed a two-year contract to remain with Bohemians until the end of 2019.
In his third spell at the club, the 28-year-old striker finished the season as the league's second highest goalscorer with a haul of 16 goals in 25 starts and one substitute appearance.
Manager Keith Long
Ciaran Kilduff was the hero as he came off the bench to snatch all three points in a high quality game at Dalymount Park this evening.
From the off reigning champions Dundalk FC looked comfortable on the ball but Keith Longs troops didn’t make life easy one bit, with an energetic
With the transfer season of the League of Ireland currently in full swing we had a quick look at where the top 8 Premier Division scorers are for the 2016 season.
Surprisingly we found that 50% of the players have already left the club where they prospered last season.
The main scorer
Sligo Rovers striker Dinny Corcoran has left Sligo Rovers and join Dublin side St Patrick's Athletic.
Liam Buckley will be delighted with his signing as Corcoran has been a proven goalscorer with Sligo Rovers with 12 league goals last season and 13 goals the previous year with Bohemian FC.
It could be
With last night's 3-0 defeat to St Patricks Athletic, that has left Owen Heary and his Sligo team in 10th place with the two below teams Limerick & Galway each having a game in hand.
Is that good enough for Sligo Rovers?
This is a team that has won numerous trophies including