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Done Deals: Limerick Confirm Two More Experienced Signings For 2018 Season

UEFA Europa League First Qualifying Round Second Leg, Turner's Cross, Cork 7/7/2016 Cork City vs Linfield Cork's Mark O'Sullivan

Limerick have added two more experienced players to their ranks ahead of the 2018 season. Following the acquisitions of Eoin Wearen, Connor Ellis and Billy Dennehy earlier this week, the Super Blues have now confirmed that Mark O’Sullivan and Shaun Kelly have also joined new manager Tommy Barrett’s squad for the coming campaign. SIGNING: Limerick FC are delighted to announce …

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Waterford Promoted To League Of Ireland Premier Division

Waterford FC have been promoted to the League of Ireland Premier Division after rivals Cobh Ramblers fell to a 3-0 defeat on Saturday night at home to Cabinteely. Goals from Joe Doyle (2) and Dean Casey gave Cabinteely the win to hand Waterford the title as they now lead by eight points with two games remaining. Alan Reynold’s side have now …

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Hendo Blog: Cork City – Rebels With A Cause

In this week’s ‘Hendo Blog’, Stephen Henderson lauds the performances of all involved with Cork City FC as they look to challenge Dundalk right up until the end of the season. To dream ‘The Impossible Dream’ would be somewhat of an apt entrance song for the players’ arrival to the pitch for Cork City’s remaining home games in the LOI Premier Division. …

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Airtricity League Roundup: Dundalk Rescue Point At Derry

The World Cup took a day off on Friday much to the disappointment of fans but the Airtricity Premier Division stepped in to pick up the slack, returning after a two-week break. Leaders Dundalk came within seconds of suffering their first defeat in eight games but a 95th minute equaliser from Richie Towell saved a point for the Lilywhites at …

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Airtricity League Round-up: Rovers end Sligo’s title hopes

The Airtricity Premier Division is approaching the half way point and there are still four sides in the running for the title with Dundalk, Cork, Shamrock Rovers and St. Pats separated by just six points. Shamrock Rovers earned a 1-0 win in Sligo on Sunday afternoon to put an end to any lingering title aspirations the hosts had. Alan Keane’s …

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