Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny: aiming to lead his side to a memorable double of Premier League and FAI Cup success. Photograph: ciaran Culligan/Inpho

With the league all but won again, Dundalk head into tonight’s FAI cup semi-final at Oriel Park knowing close they are now to a memorable double. T(...)

Richie Towell celebrates scoring his second, and Dundalk’s third, goal at Oriel Park as the champions put Drogheda United to sword. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Dundalk 6 Drogheda United 0 Richie Towell hit four goals as Dundalk moved 11 points clear of the chasing pack by putting 10-man Drogheda United to the(...)

Daryl Horgan celebrates opening the scoring for Dundalk in their FAI Cup quarter-final against Sligo Rovers. Photo: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Dundalk 4 Sligo Rovers 0 A second half performance they’ll do well to match over what remains of this season edged Dundalk a little closer to the club(...)

Sligo Rovers manager Micky Adams: “We can give anyone a game on our day and hopefully we’ll show that again [tonight].”  Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Having done better than most in Dundalk last week when they twice came from behind to take a point, Sligo Rovers head back to Oriel Park this evening (...)

Bray Wanderers boss Mick Cook. “You have to give them the same respect you give a Cork City when they come to play”I

The FAI Cup’s surviving non-league sides head to Longford and Bray this evening where their hosts will be hoping they prove to be handy tickets to the(...)

Dundlak remain at the top of the league with their eight-point margin intact. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Despite being held to a 2-2 draw by Sligo Rovers at Oriel Park, Dundalk maintained their eight-point lead at the top of the Premier Division table. At(...)

Mark Kinsella: will face the task of trying to halt Drogheda United’s alarming slump. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Former Republic of Ireland midfielder Mark Kinsella is to succeed Johnny McDonnell as manager of Drogheda United with the 43-year-old initially takin(...)

Sligo Rovers’ Sander Puri tackles Ryan Brennan of Shamrock Rovers during the sides’ Airtricity League clash at the Showgrounds last night. Photo: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Sligo Rovers 1 Shamrock Rovers 1 Former international Damien Duff was the star attraction, but current international Sander Puri stole the head(...)

Seamie O’Boyle, who has died aged 58, has been described as an ordinary man who touched the lives of many people in his home town of Sligo. Raised in (...)

John Caulfield’s Cork City side will play Derry away in the quarter-finals of the FAI Cup. Photograph: Inpho

Cork City’s reward for their cup win over St Patrick’s Athletic is a trip to the Brandywell in mid-September with Peter Hutton’s side now standing bet(...)