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Pacesetters Limerick Take On Second-Placed Drogheda United

Limerick make the trip to Louth on Friday evening as they look to make it six wins from six and go ten points clear of second-placed Drogheda United. United find themselves sitting on eight points from five games, winning two, drawing two and losing one. The Boynesiders bounced back from their 3-0 defeat away to Shelbourne with an impressive and …

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Drogheda vs Cabinteely: Both Sides Look To Return To Winning Ways

Pete Mahon - Drogheda United manager.

Drogheda United host Cabinteely at United Park on Friday evening as both sides look to return to winning ways, with their last victories coming in their opening league games against Waterford United and Athlone Town respectively. Drogheda were unbeaten going into their encounter with Shelbourne last week but the Boynesiders fell to their first league defeat in Tolka Park. Pete …

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Drogheda Look To Maintain Unbeaten Start To The Season

Drogheda United look to keep their unbeaten start to the season intact as they host Alan Mathews’ Athlone Town at United Park this evening. The home side come into this game off the back of a hard-earned point from a 1-1 draw in Cobh last Saturday. The Boynesiders had found themselves ahead in the first half through a penalty scored …

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Drogheda Look To Secure Play-Off Spot As They Face Shamrock Rovers

Drogheda United travel to Tallaght Stadium to take on Shamrock Rovers in the final game of the season, with the Boynesiders knowing they must match or better Limerick’s result against Sligo if they are to secure a promotion/relegation play-off spot. Pat Fenlon’s Shamrock Rovers go into the last game of the season sitting third in the league, knowing there is …

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Out Of Form St. Pat’s Host Relegation-Threatened Drogheda

St. Patrick’s Athletic host Mark Kinsella’s Drogheda United in a game of huge importance for both sides on Friday night, as Liam Buckley’s men, who have a game in hand over Bohemians, could all but secure European football for next season, depending on Bohemians’ result vs Sligo. Meanwhile, the Boynesiders will be looking to put themselves a step closer to …

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Dundalk Face Drogheda In Final Louth Derby Of The Season

Drogheda United make the short trip to Dundalk for the final Louth derby of the season as they look to get a shock result against the league leaders in their fight to stay in the Premier Division. Dundalk come into this game off the back of an impressive 4-0 victory against Sligo Rovers in the FAI Cup quarter-final last week. …

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Dave Meier Column: Everyone Has An Angle On Refereeing Decisions

Former FIFA assistant referee Dave Meier conveys his views on two contentious issues which occurred in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division recently.  Over the years, it has amused me as to how football matters get dealt with in the media. I know reporters have their jobs to do, but sometimes it can become farcical, and the need for a story …

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Drogheda United Host 1st Division Side Cabinteely In FAI Cup Clash

Drogheda United host Eddie Gormley’s Cabinteely at United Park on Friday evening in the second round of the FAI Cup. Gerard Grimes previews the action.  The home side have won two of their last four games against Bray Wanderers and Galway United with both of those victories coming at United Park and Johnny McDonnell will be hoping his side can …

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One-Minute Lowdown: Drogs Claim First Win in Nine vs Bray

Drogheda claimed their first victory in nine games with a win over manager-less Bray Wanderers tonight. _____ Analysis It was the home side who had the best chance to open the scoring on seven minutes as Daryl Kavanagh saw his header saved by McGuinness after the young Bray keeper had parried a Jason Marks free-kick. Drogheda were left to rue …

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Drogs Look For First Win In 9 Against Fellow Strugglers Bray

On Friday night, Johnny McDonnell’s Drogheda United, who haven’t won a game since the second week of March, host Bray Wanderers, a side which has conceded 16 goals in their last three games. Johnny McDonnell’s side come into this game looking to put back-to-back defeats to Longford Town and Shamrock Rovers behind them. The Boynesiders haven’t won a game since they …

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Match Report: Shamrock Rovers 1-0 Drogheda United

Mikey Drennan was yet again the hero for Shamrock Rovers as they scraped past a dogged Drogheda outfit at Tallaght Stadium. Drennan scored his 7th league goal of the season converting a cross from exciting youngster Brandon Miele. Like most home games this season Rovers had the majority of possession but this time failed to convert chances and test goalkeeper …

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Drogheda and Longford Look to Return to Winning Ways

Longford Town travel to United Park on Friday evening to face Drogheda United as both sides go in search of a return to winning ways.   These two sides haven’t played each other in the league since 2007, the year Drogheda won the league and Longford were relegated to the First Division. Since then, the sides met in both the …

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Unbeaten Dundalk Host Louth Rivals Drogheda United

Dundalk head into the first Louth derby of the season looking to keep their unbeaten record intact against Drogheda, who have picked up just one point from their last four games. Stephen Kenny’s side saw their winning start to the season end in Jackman Park last week as an 89th minute equaliser from Paul O’Conor earned Limerick a draw. Kenny then made …

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Late Griffin Strike Wins It For 10-Man Bohemians

A late strike from substitute Marc Griffin handed Bohemians the win in what was a eventful and hot-headed affair against a Drogheda side who have now picked up just one point in four games.   Drogheda could have been ahead on 15 minutes when Cathal Brady played a great ball down the line to Kavanagh, his cross into the box was …

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Bohemians Look To Return To Winning Ways In Drogheda

Keith Long’s Bohemians travel to United Park on Friday evening looking to get back to winning ways against a Drogheda side who have picked up just one point from their last three games. Drogheda haven’t won a game since they beat Sligo Rovers on match day two and come into this game off the back of their worst performance of …

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