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    League of Ireland fixtures - Premier Division - 16th/17th Feb 2018

    FRIDAY:

    Bohemian FC v Shamrock Rovers - 7:30pm *LIVE on RTÉ

    Dundalk FC v Bray Wanderers - 7:45pm

    Saint Patrick's Ath. v Cork City - 7:45pm

    Waterford v Derry City - 7:45pm

    SATURDAY:

    Sligo Rovers v Limerick FC - 7:45pm

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    Suspensions: http://www.extratime.ie/articles/20391/suspension-list---
    Refs: http://www.extratime.ie/articles/203...nted---week-1/
    Coupon: https://www.paddypower.com/football/...emier-division

    *LIVE match coverage on RTÉ starts at 7pm

    Bohemians v Shamrock Rovers (Kick-off 7.30pm). Coverage of the Premier Division match from Dalymount Park, where the Dublin-based rivals face each other. Peter Collins presents, with analysis from Alan Cawley and Declan Devine, commentary from George Hamilton and Brian Kerr, and reports by Tony o'Donoghue.
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    Was down collecting my season ticket this evening. Excitement is building. Really looking forward to tomorrow. Think we'll put it up to Cork.
    Out for a spell, got neglected, lay on the bench unselected.

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    Trevor clarke suspended for bohs and dundalk matches....should have enough for bohs will be a big miss against dundalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyD View Post
    Was down collecting my season ticket this evening. Excitement is building. Really looking forward to tomorrow. Think we'll put it up to Cork.
    Always a tough game up there. The 3-0 win in 2009 is the only comfortable one I can think of. Looking forward to this now though, hoping to see a good performance and a win to start off

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    Waterford asking for volunteers to help get surface water off the pitch so the game can go ahead!
    "He mightn't always be right but he's never wrong"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Longfordian View Post
    Waterford asking for volunteers to help get surface water off the pitch so the game can go ahead!
    and RTÉ news just after doing a brilliant report about their return to the premier league
    Hope it go's ahead.

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    Waterford v Derry goes ahead.

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    That Rovers kit....
    The Leinster Senior League needs a strong Bohemians

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    Is it Ethan Boyle or Eth - an Boyle? George Hamilton is going with the latter.

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    It's George Hamilton..of course he's getting it wrong.

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    In fairness, Hamilton is well known for researching names and pronunciation.

    Elsewhere, Cork go top of the league; Pats going down.

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    Barry McNamee scores for City early on after some good interplay between Shep and Cummins, back post side foot finish from a Cummins cross.

    Apparently all Pats though.... and its two nil. Cummins! We've only had two chances.

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    Eth-an is such a bizarre pronunciation though that I'd assumed he must be correct. Bohs look very poor at the back.

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    Cummins sent off for either an elbow while contesting a header. Either innoncuous or criminal depending on who you support. Hes making quite the impact on his return

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    2-1 City. Pats score from a corner. Poor goal to give away. Game on here.

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    The Jodi stand looks great when it's full. Poor enough game so far, but a nice goal from Finn. In the Graveyard, it's 0-0 between Shels and Galway, with as little action in Tolka as there is in Dalymount by the sounds of things. It's a miserable night weather wise in Dublin, which definitely isn't helping the football.

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    ETHan gets a yellow. Where is Hamilton getting that? Never heard anybody with that name having it pronounced that way.

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    2-2 in Inchicore. We do not know how to defend

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    Brian Kerr calling Robert Cornwall as CornWELL is worse. As has been previously said, to be fair to George, he's usually been good at correct pronunciation when it comes to players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CorribsideSteve View Post
    The Jodi stand looks great when it's full. Poor enough game so far, but a nice goal from Finn. In the Graveyard, it's 0-0 between Shels and Galway, with as little action in Tolka as there is in Dalymount by the sounds of things. It's a miserable night weather wise in Dublin, which definitely isn't helping the football.
    Shels v Galway is a friendly. Graveyard starts next week

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