• The FAI Cup quarter final draw reveals the opponents for Sligo Rovers and Galway United.

    Galway host Shamrock Rovers at home while UCD face off against Sligo Rovers.

    All the big teams will not face each other until the semi finals should they get past their quarter-final opponents.

    The FAI Cup quarter final draw is

    Galway United v Shamrock Rovers

    Sligo Rovers v UCD

    Waterford v Dundalk

    Crumlin v Bohemians

  • In the FAI Cup second round Sligo Rover will face Limerick, while Galway United do battle with Cork City


    Holders Dundalk will travel to Derry City as they look to do the double.


    All fixtures will be played on Sunday, August 25 with dates and kick-off times set to be confirmed at a later date.


  • Things have gone from bad to worse for Dundalk.

    The SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions have been beaten 3-1 by Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds this evening.

    The defeat means the Louth outfit remain 3rd in the table but are 7 points behind 2nd placed Bohemians.

    Vinny Perth left his role as Lilywhites manager during the week following defeat in the first round of qualifyng for the Champions League.

    Just two points separate the top two in the table meanwhile.

    Sligo’s goals came from Regan Donelon, Ryan De Vries, and Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe.

  • Dundalk are celebrating completing the second leg of a potential domestic treble.

    Mayo native John Mountney was a part of the team and played with Mayo League sides Kiltimagh/Knock United and Ballina Town in the past.

    The Lilywhites retained their Airtricity League Premier Division title last night with a 3-2 victory over Shamrock Rovers at Oriel Park.

    It adds to their E-A Sports Cup success and they're also in the semi-finals of the F-A-I Cup.

    It's Dundalk's 5th league crown in six seasons

  • Former Kiltimagh United and Ballina Town player John Mountney was part of the Dundalk team who lost their opening Europa league leg to Slovan Bratisalva lastnight.

    Dundalk lost 1-0 to their European opponents in their third qualifying round tie in Slovakia last night.

    David Holman scored the winner 5 minutes from time.

    The return leg is at Tallaght Stadium next Tuesday.

  • Sligo Rovers rescheduled league clash with Dundalk has bee fixed for Monday September 2nd at the Showgrounds at 7.45pm.

    The game was originally fixed for August 3rd.

  • Sligo Rovers will host Finn Harps in the League of Ireland Premier Division on Friday evening.


    Harps make the trip to the Showgrounds in desperate need of points as they currently rest second from the bottom above UCD.


    Kick-off is at 8pm.


    Meanwhile, Waterford and Dundalk will look to join Sligo and Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Cup last four tonight.


    The final semi-finalist will be decided next Monday when Crumlin United take on Bohemians.


    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.

  • Sligo Rovers defeated Cork City by 4 – 2 in the LOI Premier Division last night.

    Rovers made just one change from the side that demolished Limerick by 6-2 with Kyle McFadden coming in for Dante Leverock.

    The Bit O Red now takes on league top spot holders Dundalk on Monday.

    Rovers will hope to make home advantage count as the prospective champions make the trip to the Showgrounds.

    Kick-off on Monday is at 7:45.

  • The 2020 League of Ireland Premier Division season begins tonight.

    The champions, Dundalk, face Derry City at Oriel Park

    7.45 is the start time for that game and the matches involving Cork City and Shelbourne at Turner's Cross and St Patrick's Athletic and Waterford at Richmond Park.

    It's an 8pm kick off for the encounter between Finn Harps and Sligo Rovers in Ballybofey.


    Mayo trainer Fergal Birrane has had a tremendous winter at Dundalk from his base at Killala Bay, and made the four-and-a-half hour journey well worthwhile as the Denis Linehan-partnered Rock On Dandy gave the stable their seventh winner over the winter on the polytrack in the ASM Chartered Accountants Race.

    The son of Rajsaman made light of the step up to 2 miles as he was given a very patient ride by Denis Linehan, made up his ground stylishly to challenge inside the final furlong and quickened up nicely to beat Zaofu by two-and-a-quarter lengths.

    Fergal currently has seven horses in training at their base in Killala.

    He told Midwest Sport last night they knew Rock on Dandy was well able for the mile and a half.