SSE Airtricity League

  • Sligo Rovers are up to third in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.

    Liam Buckley’s side were 3-1 winners at home to Finn Harps with Erris man Ronan Murray among the scorers.

    Harps ended that game with nine men, and also saw manager Ollie Horgan sent to the stands.

    Drogheda United have moved top of the First Division.

    They thrashed previous leaders Cabinteely 5-1 at United Park tonight.

    Bray are up to second following a 3-1 victory over Athlone.

    John Caulfiled made it back-to-back wins as Galway boss with a 3-nil win at UCD.

    While Cobh were 1-nil winners away to Shamrock Rovers Two.

  • Sligo Rovers suffered a 3-0 hammering at the hands of Derry in the Ulster team’s home ground last night.

    After a delayed start due to a floodlight failure, Derry City were able to keep their hopes for European qualification alive.

    For Rovers it’s a disappointing defeat as they now look ahead to Bohemains next weekend.

    Derry City: P. Cherrie; J. McDonagh, D. Cole, A. Gilchrist, C. Coll; C. Harkin, G. Bruna, G. Sloggett (M. McCrudden 81), J. Ogedi-Uzokwe (D. McCauley 74); C. Davis (J. Malone 62); D. Parkhouse; Subs Not Used – N. Gartside, M. McChrystal, E. Stokes, J. Parke.

    Sligo Rovers: E. McGinty; J. Mahon, J. Dunleavy, K. Callan-McFadden, D. Kane; R. Murray (R. Donelon 73), D. Fordyce, S. Warde (K. Twardek 58), L. Banks; R. Coughlan, R. Parkes; Subs Not Used – L. Nicholas, B. Morley, L. Kerrigan, R. Smith, S. Lynch.

    Referee – Damien MacGraith.

  • SSE Airtricity League Premier Division champions Dundalk will be aiming to get their season back on track tonight,

    After back to back defeats, they host second place Bohemians, with a 7.45 kickoff at Oriel Park.

    At the same time, third place Derry travel to St Pats, Sligo Rovers host Waterford, with both sitting just above the relegation zone.

    Cork City take on UCD, looking to end a three game winless run in the league.

  • SSE Airtricity League Premier Division leaders Dundalk are away to Waterford this evening.

    Second placed Shamrock Rovers host St Patrick's Athletic at Tallaght Stadium.

    Elsewhere it's Cork City versus Finn Harps.

    Derry City to take on Bohemians, and it's UCD up against Sligo Rovers.

  • After earning a point last weekend Sligo Rovers will be aiming to win on the road this evening against Waterford at the RSC.

    It kicks off at 7:45 and will be live on RTE television.

    Also in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division this evening Dundalk take on Finn Harps at 5.45  at Oriel Park.

    In the First Division, Galway United face a tough opener against Shelbourne, Cork City play Cobh Ramblers, UCD meet Athlone, and it's Wexford versus Cabinteely.

    The opening round of fixtures in the SSE Airtricity women's national league sees Galway entertain Cork at 4pm tomorrow.

  • SSE Airtricity League Premier Division

    Waterford 3-3 Sligo Rovers

  • Sligo Rovers are away to Bohemians this evening in the SSE Airtricity League.

    Kick-off in Dalymount Park is at 7.45.

    Elsewhere, Derry host Dundalk, reigning champions Shamrock Rovers go to Drogheda, St Pat's take on Waterford and Longford face Finn Harps.


  • 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.

  • Waterford have informed the FAI they will be unable to fulfil Saturday’s SSE Airtricity Premier Division fixture with Sligo Rovers.

    A member of their first-team squad tested positive for COVID-19 last week.

    With the first-team squad stood down, Waterford had to field their under-19’s against Drogheda and were hammered 7-nil.

  • 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.

  • Sligo Rovers came from behind tonight to collect a first victory of the new SSE Airtricity Premier Division season.

    Super goals from Romeo Parkes and Jordan Gibson saw Liam Buckley’s side win 2-1 at Waterford.

    Finn Harps made it two wins from their first two games.

    An Adam Foley brace saw Ollie Horgan’s side beat Dundalk 2-1 at Oriel Park.

    Cork City began life back in the First Division with a win.

    Cian Bargary’s goal 15-minutes from time saw them beat Cobh Ramblers 2-1 at Turner’s Cross.

    Despite playing 50-minutes with ten men, Shelbourne held out for a goalless draw at Galway.

    UCD and Athlone drew 2-apiece at Belfield.

    While Cabinteely were 2-1 winners away to Wexford.

  • Danny Mandroiu's second half wonder-strike preserved Bohemians 2-year unbeaten record against Dublin rivals Shamrock Rovers last night.

    Bohs were 2-1 winners at Dalymount Park to further dent the Hoops SSE Airtricity Premier Division title hopes.

    St. Pat's picked up a first win in four games with a 1-nil victory over bottom side Finn Harps.

    Sligo and Cork played out a 1-1 draw at the Showgrounds.

  • Johnny Kenny’s first senior goal has given Sligo Rovers a third win of the season.

    Rovers overcame neighbours Finn Harps by a goal to nil this evening to move level on points with Shamrock Rovers and St. Patrick’s Athletic at the top of the table.

    Next up for Sligo is an away trip to Bohemians on Tuesday night.

  • There are two games in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division tonight.

    Neale Fenn goes in search of his first win as Cork City manager as they welcome Munster rivals Waterford to Turners Cross.

    Sligo Rovers meanwhile entertain leaders Dundalk at the Showgrounds.

    Vinny Perth's side can extend their lead at the top of the table to 7 points with a win.

  • Sligo Rovers have announced a two-year extension to the primary sponsor agreement with Avant Money, as the Leitrim-based consumer finance provider extends its sponsorship in the Bit O’ Red from 2022.

    It is a timely and welcome boost for Sligo Rovers to secure a valuable extension with Ireland’s newest mortgage provider.

    Avant Money has been a key partner for the Bit O’Red since early 2020 and has proven a loyal and dedicated backer of the club.

    On the field this weekend Sligo Rovers travel to Waterford for a 7:45pm start tomorrow night which will be live on RTE television.

    Galway United meanwhile begin their first division campaign tomorrow night with a home clash against Shelbourne.

    The Women's National Football League also kicks off this weekend with Galway entertaining Cork at 4pm on Saturday afternoon.

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

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

  • Sligo Rovers have signed Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe, top scorer in the SSE Airtricity League last season, for the remainder of the 2020 campaign. 

    The striker moves from Israeli Premier League club Hapoel Hadera and will join Rovers pending a work permit and international clearance. 

    Ogedi-Uzokwe scored 14 goals in the 2019 Premier Division with Derry City, impressing throughout the season during a loan move from former club Colchester United. 

    He moves to Sligo for the remainder of this season, and will join his team-mates following a two-week period of quarantine. 

    It's a big boost for Rovers, who currently sit bottom of the Premier Division table, with no points after four games.

  • Shamrock Rovers will look to re-establish a three-point lead at the summit of the SSE Airticity League Premier Division tonight.

    Stephen Bradley's Hoops aim to make it five wins from five when they travel to Sligo Rovers.

    There's a 8pm kick-off at the Showgrounds.

  • A sell out crowd will be at Dalymount Park tonight for an eagerly awaited Dublin derby between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers.

    Both sides will be aiming to make it three wins out of three in the new S-S-E Airtricity League Premier Division season.

    Rovers sit at the top of the table thanks to goal difference, but Bohs won three of the four meetings between the two rivals in 2018.

    Kick off is at 7.45.

    At the same the defending champions Dundalk continue their search for a first win of the campaign at home to U-C-D.

    Cork City, who have lost their opening two games, are away to Sligo Rovers.

    St Patrick's Athletic welcome Finn Harps to Richmond Park.

    And Waterford make the long trip to play Derry City at the Brandywell.

  • In the SSE Airtricity Premier Division tonight, Sligo Rovers can climb above Dundalk into fourth with a win at home to Derry City.


    There's a 7.45 start at the Showgrounds.