First Division side Shelbourne have announced that four player have re-signed for the 2018 season.
Derek Prendergast, James English, Alan Byrne & Dean Delany have all signed up for the new season.
Saturday was a marathon session of League of Ireland football for me. I took in two games from two divisions, in two different counties and with two of my children accompanying me [but a different one for each match]. I saw 10 goals, including one by a veteran striker many
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 news that the redevelopment of Dalymount Park is to be delayed for two years broke this week and meant different things to different people. Some people were annoyed at the delay, seeing it as putting the development in jeopardy – ‘’if it’s going to happen, what’s wrong with now’’
It was a weekend of goals, celebrations, intensity and tears as the League of Ireland delivered yet again on the pitch. There was 41 goals scored across 12 games that seen Cork continue to stumble to the league title with just 1 point from 2 games. John Caulfield’s men were
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