This year’s SSE Airtricity League First Division is proving to be one of the most exciting in years. Rejuvenated by the 10-team restructuring and the offer of three promotion play-off spots, the standard of football and attendances in general have improved.
The return after the mid-season break at the weekend threw
Finn Harps make their first trip to Stradbrook on Friday evening as they face league newboys Cabinteely who will be looking to bounce back after a 7-0 defeat at the hands of Wexford Youths last.
While Harps were cementing their place at the top of the First Division table against Shelbourne
Shane Keegan’s Wexford Youths side have charged up the table to sit in second place in the SSE Airtricity League First Division just two points of leaders Finn Harps.
On a run of four wins in a row Keegan’s men are the team to watch after beating promotion rivals Shelbourne, UCD
Athlone Town take to the road this Friday 10th April when they travel to Ballybofey to take on a Finn Harps team sitting top of Division One. The game also takes on a historical importance being the 100th competitive meeting between the sides since they were admitted to the league
There is another busy evening ahead in the SSE Airtricity League tonight with eight games taking place in the Premier and First Divisions.
In the top flight the RTE cameras will be at Oriel Park where the champions and league leaders Dundalk put their 100 per cent record on the line
After last weekend’s defeat to Athlone, UCD will be looking to get back on track on Friday night as they take the trip down the N11 to face Wexford. Manager Collie O’Neill was disappointed with last week’s result, however is hopeful his side will be able to pick up a
Waterford United will look to put last week's defeat behind them when they face league newcomers Cabinteely in Stradbrook this Friday evening.
The trip to Stradbrook will be the first visit to the capital of the season as Tommy Griffin and his players hope to return to winning ways.
The Blues suffered their first
Athlone Town released information on their website yesterday regarding their membership packages for the upcoming season.
Hopefully this will get people together in the midlands helping the club in a financial way so that the club is able to stay in the League of Ireland.
Currently Athlone Town are top of the
Cobh Ramblers have announced that manager Martin Cambridge has tendered his resignation as First Team Manager following the 4-1 defeat by Wexford Youths at St.Colman’s Park on Saturday night, which has been accepted by the club.
The club said that they would like to thank Martin for his hard work and
It’s arguably the biggest weekend to date in the League of Ireland season this weekend but you wouldn’t think it going by our national broadcaster.
Friday night sees last season’s champions Dundalk go head to head with FAI Cup winners St Patrick’s Athletic at Oriel Park while there will be an