In a First Division season full of twists and turns, Saturday saw yet another changing of the guard at the top of the table. Drogheda were fancied to beat bottom-of-the-table Wexford at United Park and they duly obliged with a 2-0 victory. Bray Wanderers on the other hand slipped up
Most weeks this season a song has come to mind to soundtrack the latest developments at Bray Wanderers. There was the Richard and Linda Thompson track ‘’I Want To See The Bright Lights Tonight’’ when I got within sight of the Carlisle Grounds, complete with shining floodlights, for our first
The FAI Cup 1/4 draw took place this evening and the Louth Derby between Dundalk and Drogheda United is the pick of the bunch.
LSL side Bluebell United have been rewarded with a home tie against Shamrock Rovers.
Here is the full draw:
Longford Town v Cork City
Bluebell Utd v Shamrock Rovers
When I was at school I remember the class being brought to Drogheda for a school trip to see St Oliver Plunkett’s head. I doubt if you could palm schoolkids off with such fare nowadays, but then I was brought up in simpler times.
The visit came back to me
Cork City recorded their 22nd league win of the season as they moved a set closer to the league title. They took all 3 points at United Park, thanks to Stephen Dooley’s 54th minute goal which now leaves them 17 points clear; with a game in hand. Reigning champions Dundalk
The league of Ireland returned in style last weekend where a massive 36 goals were scored across 10 games; that seen just 3 teams failing to find the net. The weekend also seen the goals scored in the premier division surpass 300 in 18 rounds. Cork City continued to ease
Drogheda United manager Pete Mahon has praised the quality of the First Division as the club enters the final two games of the season.
United are in a commanding position in the First Division play-off race, placed 2nd in the SSE Airtricity League First Division, and need just a point from
With Glastonbury just over for another year, one of our readers has sent in a picture of themselves at the UK Festival.
It shows them representing their hometown League of Ireland colours and flying their club flag high over their tents.
SSE Airtricity League First Division side Drogheda United was well represented
The league of Ireland season is drawing ever closer, nothing really beats the feel of cheering on your team week in week out, where passion is shown throughout the whole ground. Drogheda United fans are no strangers to showing there vocal support through the seasons.
The Drogs are looking to bounce
Sligo Rovers have announced the signing of Drogheda United goalkeeper Michael Schlingermann yesterday evening.
The PFAI Goalkeeper of the Year 2015 signs for Dave Robertson's side on a one year deal.
There were rumours of many clubs interested in the Mayo man after his heroics last season for Drogheda United.
He was part