Glebe North edge out Drogheda Town in a tense Cahill Cup encounter at Market Greet
Manager Graham Cassin admitted the Ballyfermott based club are undergoing a ‘rebuild’ and Cherry Orchard look set for another transition period.
Last night champions Rock Celtic and divisional newcomers Boyne Harps recorded their first wins of the season in the Meath & District Premier Division.
Clonmel Celtic had successful start to the defence of their Tipp & South Distict League Premier Division title against Old Bridge, but were not comfortable until the final whistle.
St Michaels AFC kicked-started their Tipp South & District League Premier Division campaign with a convincing win over Cashel Town.
Marks Celtic climbed to the summit of the LSL Sunday Premier Division on Tuesday night after handing newly promoted Liffey Valley Rangers a first taste of defeat this season.
Persistence paid off Glebe North last Friday night as they registered a deserved injury time winner to collect their first three points of the new season.
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The draw for the group stages of this season’s Oscar Traynor Trophy has been released.
Republic of Ireland Junior International manager Gerry Smith has named a provisional 30 man squad for the upcoming Umbro Quadrangular Trophy
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Kilbarrack Utd manager Paul Breen is expecting a tough tie when his side face Ayrfield Utd at Greendale Road on Sunday
Freebooters A got their Kilkenny & District Premier Division campaign off to a flying start with an impressive win over Thomastwon United A.
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Our man Aidan Barry previews the teams battling it out to be the TSDL Premier Division Champions this season
Firhouse Clover manager Niall Byrne is optimistic that his young side can have a respectable showing in the LSL this season.
Wayside Celtic’s victory over Bray Wanderers during the week means they will play Shamrock Rovers in the next round of the Leinster Senior Cup.
Liffey Wanderers marked a return from a three year sabbatical with a score draw with Greenhills/Greenpark at Irishtown on Saturday night.