The FAI Cup took centre stage this weekend in the league of Ireland with 16 clubs all fighting it out for a place in the quarter finals. 25 goals were scored across 8 games that seen non-league Bluebell United knock out Cabinteely in Stradbrook. Defending champions Cork City practically walked
10 man Ramblers emerge victorious with a 1-0 win away at Shels.
A second half Cian Leonard strike was enough to give the 10 men of Cobh all three points as a frustrated Shelbourne side will be wondering how they didn’t manage to take a point in a dominant
Sometimes a fixture change can work in your favour, sometimes not. This weekend’s Bray versus Cork City game was originally scheduled for the Friday, but got moved out to the Sunday due to the City’s involvement in Europe. As I was heading away on the Saturday, the fixture change meant
The games are coming thick and fast in the league of Ireland with the latest round of games where we have seen 22 goals scored across 9 games. We had 6 teams failing to score, while just 1 match finished in a stalemate. It started last Wednesday when Dundalk scored
Sean Byrne has re-signed for his former club Shelbourne it has been announced.
The left back who started playing football at Hartstown United, featured in an FAI Cup final for Shelbourne in 2011 and also played for Bohemians, Waterford United & Athlone Town where he won promotion with Roddy Collins.
Most people have come across the English music hall tune ‘’Oh! I do like to be beside the seaside!” at some point. The tune is most famously associated with Reginald Dixon and the Tower Ballroom in Blackpool, but it was first popularised by Mark Sheridan in the early twentieth century.
To celebrate Dublin LGBTQ Pride 2017 and both teams’ dedication to their core values of Respect and Diversity a Shelbourne XI will play the Dublin Devils at 2pm on June 17th at Tolka Park, Richmond Road, Dublin 3.
The Shelbourne team will include club legends such as Stuart Byrne, Gary Howlett,
Travelling to Limerick to watch Bray Wanderers wasn’t an option for me on Friday last due to family and work commitments, but I did manage to get to Tolka Park to see the Shelbourne versus Longford Town game in the First Division.
Normally it’s only my son Blaise that accompanies
Students snatch all three points in spectacular fashion as Hanrahan hits a top class effort worthy of winning any game
The home side, looking to avenge a heavy defeat by the students at the start of March, made 10 changes to the side that were defeated last time out in
I was talking with some Bohemians supporters last week, in advance of the new season kicking off. Inevitably the conversation turned to it being their last season in Dalymount Park as it currently stands. In an example of modern-day Northside cooperation, Bohemians will move to Tolka Park for