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  • The Football Association of Ireland can confirm that all games scheduled to take place in the SSE Airtricity League this weekend have been postponed.

    Following a detailed monitoring process, where the FAI worked closely with all clubs, it was decided to postpone all games in the Premier and First Divisions due to current severe weather conditions and future forecasts from Met Eireann.

    Below is a list of rescheduled fixtures with kick-off times to be confirmed:

    SSE Airtricity League Premier Division
    Bray Wanderers v Waterford - Rescheduled for Monday, March 19
    Cork City v Bohemians - Rescheduled for Monday, March 19
    Derry City v Dundalk - Rescheduled for Monday, March 19
    Limerick v Shamrock Rovers - Rescheduled for Monday, March 19
    St Patrick's Athletic v Sligo Rovers - Rescheduled for Monday, March 19
    Limerick v Cork City - Changed from Saturday, March 17 to Friday, March 16
    Limerick v Waterford - Changed from Saturday, March 31 to Friday, March 30

    SSE Airtricity League First Division
    Athlone Town v Cabinteely - Rescheduled for Monday, March 19
    Wexford v UCD - Rescheduled for Monday, March 19
    Cobh Ramblers v Galway United - Fixture to be rescheduled at a later date
    Finn Harps v Longford Town - Fixture to be rescheduled at a later date
    Shelbourne v Drogheda United - Fixture to be rescheduled at a later date

  • Cork City continued their winning start to the new SSE Airtricity Premier Division season last night.

    A Graham Cummins hat-trick eased John Caulfield's side to a 4-1 win away to Sligo Rovers.

    The hosts ended that game with ten men following the dismissal of Rhys McCabe.

    Shamrock Rovers picked up a first win of the season and in emphatic style with a 6-0 win over Bray Wanderers in Tallaght.

    Brandon Miele bagged a brace for the Hoops in that one.

    While Waterford are up to second in the embryonic table courtesy of a 2-nil win at home to St. Pat's.

    Tonight, Derry City will look to end a run of back-to-back defeats when they travel to Dalymount to face unbeaten Bohemians.

    While Dundalk are another side awaiting their first win of the campaign, and Stephen Kenny's side welcome Limerick to Oriel Park this evening.

  • Sligo Rovers U17 girls overcame Peamount United 3-2 at the weekend.

    This was the first time in Sligo Rovers 90 year history that the club fielded a women’s team in a National League.

    There were a number of Mayo players involved including Emer O’Neil, Kelsey Munroe, Ava Keane, and Abbiegayle Ronayne.

  • Sligo Rovers await the winners of tonight's E-A Sports Cup last 16 encounter between Cork City and Waterford at the R-S-C.

    It will be the third time the Munster rivals have met this season.

    The Leesiders had a 2-nil home victory when the sides met in the Premier Division in February.

    Four players were dismissed and both managers were sent from the dugouts when Waterford won 2-1 at the R-S-C earlier this month.

    Kick off on Suirside is at 7.45.

     

  • Dundalk are the new leaders of the SSE Airticity Premier Division this morning.

    A Pat Hoban brace helped Stephen Kenny's side to a 5-nil victory at home to St. Pat's.

    Cork City drop to second on goal difference after a surprising 3-nil loss away to Shamrock Rovers.

    Waterford stay third following a 1-nil win at Bohemians.

    Derry City are now 10 league games unbeaten after an Aaron McEneff double helped them to a 3-nil win at Limerick.

    Sligo Rovers climbed out of the bottom two with a 2-1 win at home to Bray.

  • Bohemians are in action tonight in the SSE Airtricity League.

    They welcome Sligo Rovers to Dalymount Park for a 7.45 kick off. 

  • Derry City are the first team into the semi-finals of the EA Sports Cup.

    Ronan Curtis scored a hat-trick in their 7-3 win over Shelbourne last night.

    There are three more quarter-final ties down for decision later.

    Holders Dundalk host Bohemians, Sligo Rovers are up against Premier Division high-flyers Waterford and there's an all First Division clash between Cobh Ramblers and Longford Town.

    UCD are six-points clear at the summit of the SSE Airtricity League First Division.

    The students enjoyed an 8-nil win at Wexford.

    Galway were held to a scoreless draw at Finn Harps.

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    Sligo Rovers goalkeeping coach Rodney Dalzell has resigned 24-hours after being involved in an altercation with fans.

    The club describe his resignation as the admirable course of action.

    Dalzell was seen to confront travelling Sligo fans following yesterday's 2-1 loss to bottom side Bray Wanderers.

     

     

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    Both Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers will aiming for their first win of the new SSE Airtricity League Premier Division season when they meet in Tallaght tonight.

    Champions Cork City can make it two wins out of two, by beating Munster rivals Waterford at Turner's Cross.

    There is a north-west derby at the Showgrounds, where Sligo Rovers entertain Derry City.

    Bray Wanderers welcome St Patrick's Athletic to the Carlisle Grounds.

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    7.45 is the start time for the S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division game between Dundalk and Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds.

    A win will move the Lilywhites 3 points clear at the top of the table.

    Cork City drew level on points with following a 1 all draw with St Patrick's Athletic at Turners Cross yesterday, but the Leesiders have played two extra games.

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    There are 3 top flight sides playing in the opening round of the Irish Daily Mail Fai Senior Cup today.

    Waterford travel to Skerries, Derry City go to Blarney, while Sligo Rovers play host to First Division side Longford Town.

  • Defending champion Cork City have joined Dundalk at the summit of the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division.

    The Leesiders won 2-nil at Bohemians last night while Derry fought back twice to earn a 2-all draw at leaders into the night Dundalk.

    Waterford are up to third after a 3-nil victory over Bray while Limerick scored a late equaliser to get a 1-all draw at Shamrock Rovers.

    This evening, Sligo Rovers host St Pat's.

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    Reigning champions Cork City can make it three wins out of three in the S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division tonight.

    The Leesiders continue their defence of the title with a game against Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds.

    Waterford host St Patrick's Athletic, and Shamrock Rovers go in search of their first win of the campaign at home to Bray Wanderers.

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    Cork City can make it 4 wins out of 4 in the new S-S-E Aritricity League Premier Division, by beating Dundalk at Oriel Park tonight.

     

    The Louth side will be looking to beat the Leesiders for the first time in 8 meetings.

     

    Shamrock Rovers play host to Derry City.

     

    Bohemians welcome St Patrick's Athletic to Dalymount Park.

     

    Waterford will look to register back-to-back wins when they go to Sligo Rovers.

     

    And Bray Wanderers continue their search for a first win of the season with a trip to Limerick.

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    In the SSE Airitricity League Premier Division tonight, Limerick host Sligo Rovers at 6:30.

    Both teams desperately need the points as they have had rather disappointing starts to their respective campaigns.

     

  • Bohemians and Sligo Rovers are among the teams who go into the hat for this afternoon's Scottish Challenge Cup third round draw.

    Bohs secured their place in the last 16 with a 1-nil win over Peterhead on Saturday.

    Rovers had a 4-1 victory over the Livingston Under 21s.

  • There's a full round of fixtures in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division tonight.

    Cork City can pile the pressure on the under fire Shamrock Rovers head coach Stephen Bradley later.

    The Hoops are winless in their last 6 outings in the league ahead of the visit of the champions.

    Dundalk can close the gap on the leaders by beating St Patrick's Athletic.

    Derry could end the night in third place if they can beat Limerick.

    Bohemians look to end a three game winless streak when they play Waterford.

    Sligo can move out of the bottom two by beating fellow strugglers Bray Wanderers.

  • Sligo Rovers's players have given up a portion of their wages following their recent exit from the FAI Cup.

    The decision to return part of their wages to the club was made following a meeting between first team players, which took place after Saturday's surprise defeat to Longford Town in the first round, knocking them out of the competition at the first hurdle, for the second year running.

    Sligo's vice-captain Rhys McCabe says the squad feel they've let down their supporters and manager Gerard Lyttle.

     

     

     

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    Sligo recorded a 2-1 win at Bray Wanderers last night in the SSE Airtricity Premier League.

    Cork City returned to winning ways with a 1-0 over Shamrock Rovers at Turners Cross.

    Dundalk were held to a nil all draw with St Patrick's Athletic at Richmond Park.

    High flying Waterford beat Bohemians 1-nil at the R-S-C.

    Derry had a dream return to the Brandywell, with Ronan Hale scoring a hat-trick during a 5-nil thrashing of Limerick.

     

  • Sligo Rovers, Bohemians and Derry City have all secured their places in the quarter finals of the E-A Sports Cup

    Former Liverpool striker Adam Morgan was on target in Sligo's 1-nil victory at Galway.

    Derry City recovered from going 1-nil down to edge out their neighbours Finn Harps 2-1.

    Bohemians held their nerve on penalties to defeat UCD, 5-3 on spot kicks at Dalymount Park.

    Five other ties were postponed in the competition yesterday due to waterlogged pitches.