Former Shamrock Rovers player Enda Stevens took home the Players' Player of the year award at the end of year Portsmouth FC awards on Monday.
Stevens played more games than anyone in the squad this season featuring 51 times for Pompey.
Stevens has much League of Ireland experience with playing for St
The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture between Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk scheduled for Friday, April 22, will be broadcast live by RTE.
The game will kick-off at 19:45. The broadcast will commence on RTE2 at 7.30pm.
Darragh Maloney will presenting in studio with pundits John McDonnell and Richie Sadlier, while John
Shamrock Rovers have made great strides in their pre season as they qualified out of their group in the Sait Nagjee Trophy to reach the semi finals of the tournament and now face Atletico Paranaense of Brazil on Thursday.
They beat 1860 Munich reserves and the Argentina U23s, along with a
Danny North is always a great man for the banter on Twitter and last night it was banter with Dundalk FC fans that got people talking.
As you can see below North put up a picture of him holding a six sided leaf in place of his hand, making the joke
The PFAI Team of the year was released today and it is no suprise that it is overloaded with champions Dundalk FC players.
The team features a full County Louth back four with Dane Massey, Brian Gartland, Andy Boyle and Sean Gannon with Drogheda goalkeeper Micheal Schlingermann also named.
The midfield three
It has been announced that there is plans in place to build a new stand in Tallaght Stadium behind the goal (North Stand) and bring the capacity of the stadium up to 8,500.
€250,000 was given toward the development of a north stand at Tallaght Stadium as part of the re-allocation
A 1-1 draw at Tallaght Stadium on Friday night has guaranteed that the SSE Airtricty League title will stay in the Wee County for another year.
A well anticipated game that had an electric atmosphere from the very start of the game to finish, ultimately ended with Dundalk claiming the title.
As a Shamrock Rovers fan I can understand the frustration of not enough tickets allocated for away supporters I can remember not too long ago coming up to the business end of the season the Super hoops going for our 16th league title, I remember bringing my nephew on the
As a Dundalk F.C supporter I honestly don't think that Shamrock Rovers are being fair when it comes to the allocation of tickets to Dundalk F.C...
As they have being averaging around 2,000 for their last few games I can't see another 3,000+ extra fans turning up for their game on
Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk will play in a tense affair at Tallaght Stadium this coming Friday, in a game that could potentially clinch the title for Dundalk.
Rovers have allocated Dundalk and their fans 800 seated tickets for the game which seems a bit below the figure of the expected amount