Owen Heary (above) wants his Bohemians players to start the way they finished last Friday when they travel to Limerick tonight.Bohemians came from 2-(...)

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Dundalk took seven points from their three games against Cork last season but the southerners are a different proposition this time around and Stephe(...)

Dundalk’s Brian Gartland celebrates scoring a goal against Derry. Photo: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Central defender Brian Gartland’s return to full fitness gives Dundalk a clean bill of health as they look to consolidate their lea(...)

St Patrick’s Athletic manager Liam Buckley takes his St Pat’s side to Cork tonight.

Having taken charge of his old club with the intention of turning them into title challengers again, John Caulfield will get his firs(...)

The judging panel for the 2014 Media Awards in Dublin on April 3rd is coming together, with 11 judges now signed up. The panel will be chaired by Stua(...)

Joe Hart winces after the Manchester City goalkeeper’s latest calamitous episode saw his side lose out in the last minute to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Sunday. Photograph: Reuters

In fairness to Joe Hart, he was not the only goalkeeper at Stamford Bridge who will wince when he sees the replays. Petr Cech got his angles badly wro(...)

Sligo Rovers  manager Ian Baraclough.

St Patrick’s Athletic get the opportunity this evening to sit back and see how the teams chasing them handle the pressure of knowing defeat will all b(...)

Dundalk’s Brian Gartland with Craig Curran of Limerick at Oriel Park last night. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Dundalk 1 Limerick City 2Dundalk’s Airtricity League title hopes are teetering on the brink following this 2-1 defeat to Limerick at Oriel Park. Rory (...)

 St Patrick’s  Athletic  manager Liam Buckley:  Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

With big games coming thick and fast, St. Patrick’s Athletic manager Liam Buckley was delighted to have regained top spot in the table following Tuesd(...)

Manchester United's Wayne Rooney celebrates with Robin van Persie after scoring against Reading at Old Trafford. Photograph: Nigel Roddis/Reuters

Wayne Rooney ’s 16th goal of the season was enough to propel Manchester United 15 points clear with just nine games remaining in the Premier L(...)