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Table

Pos.TeamMPWDLGFGAGDPForm
1   Limerick 24 21 3 0 82 23 +59 66 DWWWD
2   Drogheda United 26 14 7 5 39 26 +13 49 LWWWW
3   UCD 25 12 6 7 45 35 +10 42 DLWLD
4   Cobh Ramblers 25 12 5 8 33 33 +0 41 WWLDW
5   Shelbourne 26 9 3 14 34 36 -2 30 DLWWD
6   Waterford United 25 8 3 14 38 57 -19 27 LDLLW
7
Cabinteely 26 4 4 18 19 50 -31 16 WDLLL
8
Athlone Town 25 3 5 17 26 56 -30 14 DLLWL
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'I was gone' – The Irish Premier League footballer, the depression and the inspirational road to recovery - Irish Independent
Irish Independent
The result meant Liverpool and Arsenal sat top of the First Division table with Liverpool having played a game more. McGee went to bed that night knowing that his goal had given his boyhood heroes a real chance of securing another title with just two ...and more »
Davy Fitzgerald: Clare may have peaked too early - Irish Examiner
Irish Examiner
But Collins expressed disappointment with Clare's championship performances against Kerry – as the Banner County suffered defeats to the Kingdom in the Munster semi-final and again at the All-Ireland quarter-final stage. Referring first to the ...and more »
Cork City deliver in eight-goal thriller against Galway United - Irish Examiner
Irish Examiner
Again it was the superb O'Connor who was the provider as he whipped in another dangerous cross from the left and Maguire stole in at the near post to finish first time past Winn. City were strolling but Galway scored entirely against the run of play 10 ...
#3 Irish, #2 Syracuse Meet In '15 ACC Final Rematch - Notre Dame Official Athletic Site
Notre Dame Official Athletic Site
2 Syracuse (8-0-0, 2-0-0 ACC) its first loss of 2016 after the Orange entered the weekend as one of only two undefeated teams in Division I soccer. The Irish own a 12-3-2 series lead over Syracuse all-time, including a 4-1-1 edge in matches contested ...and more »
Daniel McDonnell: Third-level options have to be part of any long-term plan for League of Ireland - Irish Independent
Irish Independent
Turn on Soccer Republic of a Monday evening and you'll find the evidence of neglect and/or apathy at both ends of the table. At least the competitors battling it out for honours tend to have people there to cover over the cracks. If a facility-based ...
Lee Chin's just the latest in a line of senior GAA stars to give soccer a go - Newstalk 106-108 fm
Newstalk 106-108 fm
"Lee is a fantastic hurler and a great Gaelic footballer as well. But he's a brilliant soccer player. He's actually played League of Ireland First Division when he was a good bit younger with Waterford United. He's a cracking player," Keegan said on ...
When the FA Cup had a third-place play-off and its first penalty shootout - The Guardian
The Guardian
Having lost to Liverpool and Newcastle respectively, mid-table First Division sides Leicester and Burnley were the final play-off participants, with the game moved back to Cup final week – on a Thursday, five days after Liverpool won the trophy ...
Irish Soccer Returns To #1 Spot - Notre Dame Official Athletic Site
Notre Dame Official Athletic Site
After the first two weeks of the 2016 campaign, Notre Dame ranks in the NCAA Division I soccer top 10 in total goals scored (12, second), scoring offense (3.0 goals per game, seventh) and total points (32, eighth), adding top 10 totals in save ...and more »

 

About First Division

The League of Ireland First Division is the second tier of the Republic of Ireland's national football league, the League of Ireland. The division was formed in 1985 as a result of the decision to split the League of Ireland into two divisions, which also created the League of Ireland Premier Division.

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