Shelbourne has announced they are not reappointing Owen Heary as the clubs manager for next season.
The board thanked Heary for his contribution which included he play offs this season and two consecutive Leinster Senior Cups.
Finn Harps wish to confirm that Ciaran O’Connor has signed from Dundalk ahead of the new League of Ireland First Division season. It will be the 21-year-old striker’s second spell at Finn Park having played under Ollie Horgan in the first half of the 2017 campaign after coming on loan
It was great to see Shelbourne win the Leinster Senior Cup this week. To go to Oriel Park and beat Dundalk in any competition is a tall order; to deny them the silverware after a gruelling 120-minute contest on a cold night makes the achievement all the more heroic.
Shelbourne player Niall Lanigan was playing in the Leinster Senior Cup Final last night against Dundalk at Oriel Park last night.
It was an interesting few moments of action for Lanigan.
The Dubliner came on as a sub in extra time for Shels in the 113th minute but was dismissed within 2
The draw for the last 16 of the 2017 Leinster Senior Cup was made today.
Below is the full draw.
Bray Wanderers v St. Patrick’s Athletic
Shelbourne v Wexford Youths
Firhouse Clover/Evergreen FC v Kilbarrack United/Longford Town
UCD v Drogheda United
Cabinteely FC v Athlone Town
Dundalk FC v St Pats CY/Bluebell United
Shamrock Rovers v Navan Cosmos/Thomastown
Report: Darryl Geraghty
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
Dublin side Bohemian FC will face Wexford Youths in the Leinster Senior Cup Final.
Bohs beat UCD one nil tonight with an Akinade goal and that settled it.
Wexford Youths came through the semi final with a victory in penalties over Collinstown last week.
Bohs have won the competition a record 31 times
A Kurtis Byrne hatrick was the difference tonight in Dalymount Park as Bohemians knocked out holders Dundalk in the Leinster Senior Cup in a thrilling game that ended 4-3 to the Dublin side.
Dundalk got off to a great start and took the lead on 13' with a goal from Michael O'Connor
Leinster Senior Cup Third Round Draw
Crumlin United v Willow Park
Thomastown United v Drumcondra FC
Liffey Wanderers or Collinstown FC v Killester United
Tolka Rovers v Bluebell United
Leinster Senior Cup Fourth Round Draw
Shamrock Rovers v Liffey Wanderers or Collinstown FC or Killester United
Longford Town v Thomastown United or Drumcondra FC
Cabinteely FC v Tolka