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Party Poopers

An article I wrote for Hoops Scene in August 2014:

April 2, 1989 was supposed to be coronation day for the most successful manager ever in the domestic game. 646 more words

Shamrock Rovers

Dundalk's rivals look set to Luas out on the title

Credit to local Dundalk supporter Ruairí Murphy, son of club historian Jim, who came up with this hilarious picture in the build-up to tomorrow’s clash between the Lilywhites and Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght Stadium. 102 more words


Glenmalure Gazette Interview with Pat Fenlon (1991)

The new League of Ireland season kicks off in two weeks’ time and the opening day clash between Shamrock Rovers and St. Patrick’s Athletic at Tallaght Stadium will be live on TV. 34 more words

Shamrock Rovers

Rovers Secure Fahey Signature

Shamrock Rovers have this morning completed the signing of Keith Fahey from arch rivals St Patrick’s Athletic.

The 31-year-old midfielder has put pen to paper on a deal which will see him line out with the Hoops for the 2015 season. 120 more words


Dundalk's draw with Rovers blows title race wide open

Cork City are well and truly back in the Premier Division title race after Dundalk could only manage a 0-0 draw with Shamrock Rovers at Oriel Park. 520 more words


Rovers end Dundalk's treble hopes

Substitute Karl Sheppard hit a late double as Shamrock Rovers came from behind to see off league leaders Dundalk 2-1 in last night’s FAI Ford Cup quarter-final replay at Oriel Park. 225 more words


Dundalk and Rovers must meet again after Tallaght stalemate

Dundalk and Shamrock Rovers must meet again on Monday night to determine which of the two sides will advance to the semi-finals of the FAI Ford Cup after playing out a goalless stalemate in Tallaght Stadium last night. 178 more words