SSE Airtricity League


    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.


    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.

  • 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.


    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.


    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.


    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.


  • 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.

  • Ballybofey is the venue for the North West derby between Finn Harps and Sligo Rovers tonight.

    Rovers have one point from the first three matches but have shown positives signs throughout.

    Sligo were 2-1 winners on their last Premier Division visit to Finn Park in 2017.

  • Twenty four weeks since the start of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division season, Sligo Rovers have earned their first win.

    Goals from Kyle McFadden and Ronan Coughlan gave Liam Buckley’s side a 2-nil win away to Derry City.

    Victory sees Sligo move off the bottom of the table, to be replaced by Cork.

  • Sligo Rovers have blown the SSE Airtricity Premier Division title race wide open.

    Liam Buckley’s side sit top of the heap following a 1-nil win away to previous leaders Shamrock Rovers.

    Romeo Parkes’ scored the game’s only goal ten-minutes after the break in Tallaght.

  • Sligo Rovers say they sternly object to the format for a return to play in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.

    Play will resume on July 31st, with the season truncated to 18-games per team.

    Promotion and relegation will remain as normal with one up and one down automatically, and a playoff to decide the other spot.

    Sligo believe the format is "grossly unfair and unjust and they do not see the matter as closed.


    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 suffered a 2-0 defeat at home to St. Patrick’s Athletic last night in the SSE Airtricity League.

    First half goals from Ronan Hale and Chris Forrester secured all three points for the Dubliners.

  • Sligo Rovers shared the spoils with Shamrock Rovers in the Premier Division this evening.

    The Bit O‘Red went ahead on the 82nd minute courtesy of Walter Figueira but that was cancelled out six minutes later as Tuam native Rory Gaffney found the equaliser.

    Sligo are third in the table two points behind joint leaders St. Patrick’s Athletic & Finn Harps.

  • It finished up 1-1 between Sligo Rovers and Dundalk in their SSE Airtricity League Premier Division game at the Showgrounds this evening.

    Patrick McEleney put the visitors ahead in the 16th minute before Romeo Parkes equalised less than 10 minutes later.

    Ballina’s David Cawley was introduced for the hosts midway through the second half.

  • Derry City have moved up to second in the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division after they won 3-1 against St Patrick's Athletic last night.

    A late spot kick by Pat Hoban earned Dundalk a 1-0 win over Bohemians at Oriel Park.

    Gary O'Neill also struck a winning penalty as UCD defeated Cork City 2-1.

    It ended in a stalemate at the Showgrounds, as Sligo Rovers drew with Waterford.

  • An injury time free kick from Alex Cooper gave Sligo Rovers a 2-1 win over Waterford in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.

    The victory moves Sligo up to seventh in the table on nine points.

  • Sligo Rovers suffered a 2-1 win defeat away to St. Patrick’s Athletic last night.

    Rovers took the lead through Romeo Parkes on 22 minutes were unable to push on.

    Second half goals from Glen McAuley and David Webster secured all three points for Harry Kenny’s side.

  • Sligo Rovers have announced that they have decided to temporarily layoff all management, players and administration staff due to the shutdown of the League of Ireland for the past two weeks and foreseeable future.

    In a statement, the club says after intensive talks in the last week involving the National League Executive Committee, the PFAI and the FAI, the club felt there was no option but to come to this conclusion in order to prioritise long-term employment both in football and administrative roles at Sligo Rovers.

    Sligo say their income streams, like nearly all other businesses in the country, have been decimated and they simply cannot afford to function at their full cost level while having little or no income.

    The National League Executive Committee is to hold talks over the best course of action around the League of Ireland.

    If football doesn't resume in June there's a possibility the season could be scrapped with a new winter campaign brought in instead.

  • Ten-man Shelbourne overcame Sligo Rovers this evening in the Premier Division of the SSE Airtricity League.

    This defeat is a big blow to Rover’s hopes of finishing in the top four.

    Gary Deegan’s goal sealed all three points for the Dublin outfit.