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    Fixtures- April 22nd/23rd/25th

    Premier Division

    Friday
    Shamrock Rovers v Dundalk
    Derry City v Bohemians
    Cork City v Finn Harps
    Wexford Youths v Galway Utd

    Saturday
    Bray Wanderers v St Patrick’s Athletic
    Sligo Rovers v Longford Town

    Monday
    Cork City v Shamrock Rovers

    First Division

    Friday
    Athlone Town v Cabinteely
    Waterford United v Drogheda Utd
    UCD v Limerick FC

    Saturday
    Cobh Ramblers v Shelbourne

    Matchday 9 for the Premier Division teams along with the postponed Cork/Rovers fixture on Monday. The 2nd series of matches commences in the First Division.

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    Looks like a long evening for Harps in Cork.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redarmyfaction View Post
    Looks like a long evening for Harps in Cork.
    The tempo has dropped down a lot since the 2 goals so can't see it being a hammering. We are very comfortable though. Harps haven't been helped by having to make 2 subs in the first half

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    I am obliged to watch Alvin and the Chimpmonks here, did McCabe deserve to walk? Seems to be too many straight reds in fairly bloodless games in the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redarmyfaction View Post
    I am obliged to watch Alvin and the Chimpmonks here, did McCabe deserve to walk? Seems to be too many straight reds in fairly bloodless games in the league.
    I thought so. He went in over the ball on O'Donnell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by redarmyfaction View Post
    I am obliged to watch Alvin and the Chimpmonks here, did McCabe deserve to walk? Seems to be too many straight reds in fairly bloodless games in the league.
    I think so. Seemed to deliberately go over the ball. Nasty tackle. Game looks to be over now. Nice second from Dundalk.
    Out for a spell, got neglected, lay on the bench unselected.

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    Finn is class!

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    Plenty of drama at the Bowl anyway, Limerick lead 2-1, both teams have seen men sent off, both straight reds for "last man back" offences. Limerick missed a penalty over UCD's.
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    Pat Fenlon makes beating Rovers so much sweeter. 😭😭😭

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    FT UCD 1 Limerick 2
    Shane duggan with both of the goals and a new division one record set overtaken derry city's 7 straight wins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodge View Post
    Finn being taken down at the end should have been a second red.

    I can't figure out Fenlon. He must be a very bitter individual. It was going to be next to impossible to beat Dundalk when down to 10 men after 30 minutes. Also, raising the issue of the banner that CX-Sports produced at the jersey launch 5 months later is crazy. Then his temper tantrum at the end was hilarious. What a child!

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    Thanks, he seemed to follow through alright, always had a bad streak in him.

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    Fenlon obviously upset with something, but he strikes me as an odious little runt of a man. Brennan should have seen red for foul on Finn - or for his behaviour afterwards. I had tipped Shams for title at start of season - God I feel stupid now

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    Easy easy easy

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    Wexford Youths 0-2 Galway United another good win on the road for us . Back up to 3rd be interesting to see how we get on against Dundalk in 2 weeks time also live on Setenta.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyD View Post
    I think so. Seemed to deliberately go over the ball. Nasty tackle. Game looks to be over now. Nice second from Dundalk.
    It could have just been a reckless badly timed tackle, a definite red card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by geysir View Post
    It could have just been a reckless badly timed tackle, a definite red card.
    Yeah you're right, It did look nasty but I suppose it could have been just reckless and badly timed. Impossible to know what was in his mind.

    Aside from that - what on earth was that about with Fenlon having a go at Kenny at the end ? He just managed to make himself look petty and a sore loser.
    Out for a spell, got neglected, lay on the bench unselected.

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    Cork didn't really have to be at their best to beat a poor enough Harps team tonight, but they'll struggle to challenge for any honours this season.

    Might have been an off night despite being gifted three goals, but I thought they were fairly poor.

    Pretty crap night for Harps all round though, three injuries to add to the misery. Mounting injury list doesn't look too good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyD View Post

    Aside from that - what on earth was that about with Fenlon having a go at Kenny at the end ? He just managed to make himself look petty and a sore loser.
    Maybe that is because he is petty and a sore loser


    Fenlon managing a team with 2 Brennans and Gary McCabe is a recipe for recklessness and ill-discipline. The Shams team are a reflection of their manager

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