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    Post LOI fixtures 15th, 16th March

    15th

    Cork v Bohemians 7:45
    Derry v Dundalk 7:45
    UCD v Finn Harps 7:45
    Waterford v St Pats 7:45
    Rovers v Sligo 8:00

    Bray v Athlone 7:45
    Drogheda v Cabo 7:45
    Limerick v Cobh 7:45
    Shels v Wexford 7:45

    16th
    Longford v Galway 7:30

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    I'm a bit nervous about the Sligo game, Bucko's teams love the wide open spaces in Tallaght.
    If we arent 100% up for it could be tricky.
    Need to tear into it like against Harps and Pats.

    With so many out for Dundalk you would have to hope Derry can take a point at least, if Dundalk can dismiss Waterford and go up to Derry and win with the current injury list it will look pretty ominous.

    Cork Bohs is an interesting match, Bohs beat us (same as last season) Harps and UCD...... , the performance in Cork will be a good indication of whether they can stay up challenging or is it just a good start.

    Likewise Waterford Pats is an interesting match which id struggle to call.

    UCD Harps id be hoping for 3 points for one of them to avoid a gap opening up
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    Even though all five of Dundalk's first choice midfield are unavailable (Sheilds, Benson, Mountney, McEleney and Duffy) the performance last week indicates that the squad can cope.

    The replacements of Hoare, Murray, Dan Kelly, McGrath and either Flores or Jarvis have plenty of quality

    It's a match I'm really looking forward to and hoping we can take all 3 points

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    Interesting set of fixtures.

    Bohs trip to Cork will be a real challenge, would take a point now ! I would expect Dundalk to have just enough to get the 3 points in Derry.Shams will be far too strong for Sligo and I expect Pats to edge the game in RSC - just. the UCD / Harps game has draw on it, with UCD more likely to be a winner (if there is one).
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    Long season ahead for Harps based on tonight's showing. We hit the woodwork twice as well. Think we're starting to click now though

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    Bad result for Bohs, played OK but didn't create much and two goals from set pieces for Cork.

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    Completely one sided game in tallaght , could have been 5 or 6.
    Jack Byrne was fantastic, gave a display that might see him called into Ireland squad. Mick and Robbie were in tallaght apparantly. Sounds mad but he was that good. Improving with every match.

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    If we're getting tanked by UCD I fear the worst, from all accounts we should have lost by more,hard to see where the first wins coming from, depressing.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    Completely one sided game in tallaght , could have been 5 or 6.
    Jack Byrne was fantastic, gave a display that might see him called into Ireland squad. Mick and Robbie were in tallaght apparantly. Sounds mad but he was that good. Improving with every match.
    Wouldn’t disagree with that. Byrne was on another level, the type of vision that just isn’t usually seen at this level. Sligo were atrocious though.

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    Comfortable win in the end for Shels tonight following a difficult first half against Wexford who were well mobilised and working very hard off the ball. Wexford tired out in the 2nd half, Shels quality came through after the first goal and then started to play more confidently while also looking solid defensively

    I still wouldn't be convinced Shels will win the division but there are some signs that things may start to click for Morris and the squad
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    Quote Originally Posted by passinginterest View Post
    Wouldn’t disagree with that. Byrne was on another level, the type of vision that just isn’t usually seen at this level. Sligo were atrocious though.
    Lol I actually said "**** me" after two of his passes, looked like he was trying stuff just for the craic

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    terrific win for Dundalk in the Brandywell.
    Good game played at a high paced tempo in a packed stadium.What more could you ask for?
    Dundalk soaked up all the early pressure(both GK's on top form) and hit Derry in the nuts with a brilliant strike from Sean Murray,who looks a great find for us.
    The start of the second was again a bit frantic.Then Cherrie levelled Hoban in the box,stonewall penalty Dundalk,Cherrie got injured and had to go off.Hoban netted the pen & 2-0 Dundalk.
    Dundalk seen it out handily enough after that.
    Derry look a decent side,a work in progress and will win more than thet lose.Very good and well coached at set-pieces but a bit lacking of quality in the final 3rd i thought and a couple of their defenders seemed to drift in and out of the match at crucial times.

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    We were very very poor. Ucd should have been 2/3 up in the first 15 minutes. We settled well then and had the best of the rest of the half. Didn't come out at all in the second half and the scoreline didn't flatter ucd who played some nice stuff. How Sean boyd was given 90 minutes ill never know. One of the worst strikers I've seen at harps and I've seen some very bad ones. Was a depressing journey back to donegal

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    Quote Originally Posted by marinobohs View Post
    Bad result for Bohs, played OK but didn't create much and two goals from set pieces for Cork.
    The goals were set pieces, but it was a very comfortable performance from us. You didn't threaten at all, and our midfield controlled the game. Seemed a good bit weaker than when we played you towards the end of last season.

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    Daire O Connor was absolutelyagoc first half. The skill this kid has with the ball at his feet is incredible, had the whole crowd on their feet a couple of times. Then of course he goes and dislocates his shoulder! Hopefully he's not out too long.

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    Agoc?

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    Good win for Waterford v St Pats last night. It was needed after a slow start to season. Drinan headed in after a free kick wasn't cleared fully. Pats put us under a lot of pressure for next 15 minutes or so but we held out and then Elbouzudi hit the post for us so 1 0 at halftime . J Lunney went on a great run and crossed low for Drinan to score. Pats were disappointing and Forrester and McCabe had 2 comically bad shots in 2nd half to sum up their night. Drennan put ball in net after a shot came back off post to him but flag went up for offside. Other than that they didn't threaten much in 2nd half.

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    Well, this is getting interesting, Rovers and Sligo felt each other out for the first 35 minutes or so as Sligo sat back giving no space for Clarke, Greene and Carr to run into. That Changed when we scored with Sligo then having to come out. Bolger and Byrne were able to pass the ball down the lines and in between Sligo's defensive shield to more effect all through the 2nd half as Sligo tried to get a goal themselves. The passing of the Rovers midfielders was as good as i have seen in years. When Rovers loose the ball now the hunger and desire to get it back is immense. Carr had his best Game so far but he still worries me as he missed a complete sitter but hopefully he will get back to some of that form he showed last year.

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    Goals from our game last night.

    https://youtu.be/iDu_ntoT9-U

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    Quote Originally Posted by pineapple stu View Post
    Agoc?
    Im sure he ment agog, but you probably knew that stu?

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