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Column: Oriel Park artificial pitch 'disgraceful'
Let me paint the picture for you. Shamrock Rovers manager Trevor Croly was incensed that at half-time in last week's Setanta Cup semi-final second leg at Oriel Park only one half of the pitch was watered - the half Dundalk were about to attack into in ...
Chris Shields jumps for joy after scoring the decisive goal
Chris Shields' well-hit volley was enough to secure Dundalk their place in the Setanta Cup final thanks to a 3-1 aggregate win over Shamrock Rovers. Holding a 2-1 lead from the first-leg, Stephen Kenny's side got the all-important goal two minutes into ...
Setanta final venue still up for decision
A decision on the venue for the Setanta Cup final is expected today with the organisers believed to have doubts about staging the game at a neutral ground because of fears it could affect the attendance.
League of Ireland previews
Team news: Dundalk are likely to bring Kurtis Byrne and Stephen O'Donnell back into their starting team after resting them for Tuesday's Setanta Cup encounter with the Hoops. Rovers could make as many as eight changes from that game. Luke Byrne is ...
Fine finish by Ronan Finn earns Shamrock Rovers a point
After the midweek war of words a little ill will was probably to be expected in this game but while the scale of the controversy relating to Tuesday's Setanta Cup game may well have owed something to the enthusiasm of a media that really can't resist a ...
Last-gasp Finn saves Hoops
Rovers' trip here last Tuesday for a Setanta Cup semi-final defeat was dominated by a row over the watering of the unpopular artificial pitch – the sprinklers were visibly in full force this time around. Croly used that fixture as a learning exercise ...
Championship duo ready to battle it out for red-hot Towell
The fallout from Tuesday night's Setanta Cup win over Trevor Croly's side has been dominated by the visitors' complaints about Dundalk's watering policy with regard to their unpopular plastic pitch. Croly claimed that the natives only watered the ...
Technology will be the real game changer for sports viewing
The broadcaster had just secured rights to the 2015 Rugby World Cup. TV3 highlighted that it will be the only television network in the Republic of Ireland with exclusive rights to show the "biggest television event of 2015", which is a valid claim in ...