Derry City manager Peter Hutton (left) and his Shamrock Rovers counterpart Pat Fenlon at yesterday’s FAI Ford Cup semi-final draw. Photograph: Inpho.

The Shamrock Rovers manager, Pat Fenlon, has led calls for the reintroduction of neutral venues for the FAI Ford Cup semi-finals despite his side las(...)

Alan Mathews’s Bray side will be aiming to avoid a third straight defeat against the defending champions. Photograph: Inpho

Dundalk’s potentially key league game against Shamrock Rovers has been rescheduled for Monday, October 13th. The title chasers had hoped that the game(...)

 Derry’s Dean Jarvis and Drogheda’s Cathal Brady in action at the Brandywell. Photograph: Lorcan Doherty / Inpho / Presseye

Derry City 5 Drogheda United 0Minus the services of five first- team players due to suspension, Drogheda United were put the sword at the Brandywell, (...)

Aaron Barry congratulates Derry first goalscorer  Ryan McBride. Photograph: Morgan Treacy / Inpho

Drogheda United 2 Derry City 2Derry City were forced to come from behind to salvage a draw against eight man Drogheda United in a dramatic FAI Cup qua(...)

 Dundalk assistant manager Vinny Perth, left, and Shamrock Rovers manager Pat Fenlon. Photograph: David Maher / Sportsfile

Having won doubles as both a manager and a player, Pat Fenlon knows more than most what Dundalk must contend with as they try to get their league a(...)

St. Patrick’s Athletic goalkeeper  Brendan Clarke with Seán Gannon of Dundalk. Photograph: Morgan Treacy / Inpho

Football was supposed be the last thing on his mind when St Patrick’s Athletic goalkeeper Brendan Clarke settled down for a quiet night in with his(...)

 Drogheda manager Damien Richardson. Photograph: Donall Farmer / Inpho

Having helped the club to secure its place in the top flight of the league for next season, Drogheda United manager Damien Richardson is hoping some (...)

Catholic primate and Archbishop of Armagh Eamon Martin: Irish Catholic Church “of the 1940s and 1950s is gone and we would not want that back. It was very much tarnished gold.” Photograph: Eric Luke

The new Catholic primate and Archbishop of Armagh Eamon Martin (52) spoke yesterday of being “overwhelmed, fearful at what lies ahead but trusting (...)

St Patrick’s Athletic midfielder Killian Brennan has designs on stalling the progress of high-flying Dundalk in tonight’s League of Ireland Premier Division game at Richmond Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Moving another step towards a first league title in 19 years will be something St Patrick’s Athletic will be determined to prevent Dundalk taking at R(...)

Limerick manager Martin Russell: had his unbeaten run ended by Derry City.

LIMERICK 0, DERRY CITY 4 Derry City put a halt to Limerick’s recent three-game unbeaten run under Martin Russell at Thomond Park last night.The visit(...)