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    Games weekend 3rd to 7th May 2024

    Premier Division

    Friday 3rd (All 19:45)


    St Past v Drogheda
    Sligo v Waterford
    Dundalk v Shelbourne
    Bohemians v Shamrock Rovers
    Galway v Derry

    Monday 7th

    Drogheda v Dundalk 13:00
    Bohemians v Galway 17:00
    Sligo v St Pats 17:00
    Shamrock Rovers v Waterford 17:00
    Derry v Shelbourne 19:45

    First Division

    Friday 3rd (All 19:45)

    Wexford v Athlone
    UCD V Longford
    Kerry v Cork
    Finn Harps v Treaty
    Cobh V Bray

    Monday 7th (All 17:00)

    UCD V Cobh
    Treaty v Athlone
    Longford v Kerry
    Cork v Wexford
    Bray v Finn Harps
    Last edited by sbgawa; 03/05/2024 at 4:06 PM.

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    Worried about tonight. 1 point from 3 away Dublin derbies so far but would be some time to change that and what should be an ok fixture on Monday.

    also great to have 3 different start times on Monday. Go to one and watch two

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    Would take a point tonight in Dalymount as it moves us on and i think once we hang around near the top we will push on when we get bodies back.
    Galway have been poor at home and maybe tonight is when they show up at home.

    Drogs v Dundalk Monday is a huge match for momentum for either side.
    Derry v Shels Monday will be interesting nd i fancy Duffer to get a result.
    Be good to see UCD pick up 6 points an try to close the gap on Cork but hard to see Cork droping points in Kerry, maybe wexfors have a shout

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    We beat the league leaders in our last home game! We're missing a few tonight though so I'd expect a Derry win.
    Rovers, with their ridiculous injury list, have got into a great position, but a tricky one for them tonight.

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    Eleven players absent for Treaty tonight. Doesn't bode well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckett View Post
    We beat the league leaders in our last home game! We're missing a few tonight though so I'd expect a Derry win.
    Rovers, with their ridiculous injury list, have got into a great position, but a tricky one for them tonight.
    Byrne, Farrugia and Poom on the Rovers bench … injury tide starting to turn in our favour

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    That plank of a commentator at UCD says 'considering its a Bank Holiday weekend, the crowd isn't too bad'. I froze the screen, and counted 91 people at the game. A low bar indeed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Bowler View Post
    That plank of a commentator at UCD says 'considering it’s a Bank Holiday weekend, the crowd isn't too bad'. I froze the screen, and counted 91 people at the game. A low bar indeed.
    Hope you didn’t do accounting in UCD. Must be over 200 in that stand.

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    Keep on winning the fine margins! 4 points against the top 2 on the evening. Louth Derby might actually mean something for a change this weekend!

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    Hard to know about Treaty. Absolutely dreadful run of form, the team looks really limited after that initial optimism at the start of the season. Easy to say sack Barrett who, including Limerick FC's last year's, has had a lengthy run, but don't know if anyone else would do better with the resources that are there.

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    take that , deserved the 3 points but 1 is ok. bohs poor considerinf at home, great to see |Jack and farrugia back.
    easy win with them on from the start

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    Yup take a point from that one. Not at the races in the 2nd half so good to get something out of the game.

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    Bohs V Rovers 1-1, really good first half from Bohs probably should have had a penalty. Rovers were the better team in the second but Bohs dug deep, defended well as a team and fully deserved the point. Rovers struggled to deal with the Bohs polish striker. I'd like to see more of him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sbgawa View Post
    take that , deserved the 3 points but 1 is ok. bohs poor considerinf at home, great to see |Jack and farrugia back.
    easy win with them on from the start
    We deserved to win but as you say overall happy with that especially with the two ( best players in the league according to the Bohs commentators) making their return. Only downside is again Dan Cleary’s performance , every game this season he seems to be out of control and a stupid red card waiting to happen. With luck will be top by Monday evening and will then push on to win league by approx 10 points

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeverFeltBetter View Post
    Hard to know about Treaty. Absolutely dreadful run of form, the team looks really limited after that initial optimism at the start of the season. Easy to say sack Barrett who, including Limerick FC's last year's, has had a lengthy run, but don't know if anyone else would do better with the resources that are there.
    I think a good start is clouding people's view of this team. It was a bad squad before a ball was kicked (and there were plenty of people saying it), they overachieved and rode their luck at times in the first half dozen games.

    Littered with injuries now certainly isn't helping, but at least people can't complain that local players aren't being used - another Limerick debutant tonight.

    We didn't offer much tonight but we're playing for a 0-0 and gambling every now and again, not much you can do with no striker.

    All the above doesn't make it any less depressing though

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    Watched the game on the stream.
    Same situation as the galway game - A technically limited opposition have 1 chance on target,take it,and Rovers can't convert the total domination of possession in the 2nd half into goals. Honohan, Nugent & Greener were massively impressive I have to say.
    Onto waterford at home on Monday.

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    Fairly dreadful game at Finn park,Treaty didn’t offer much and almost got the point they came for,we’re really solid at the back but going forward is a big issue for us and will need to improve if we want to stay up towards the top end….
    Irish by birth ,Harps by the grace of god.

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    1st place Shels traveled away to last place Dundalk, and set up for a draw. Says a lot about the league and why no one has challenged Rovers over the last couple of years.

    Dundalk much the better side, but ran out of steam completely in the last 10, which is worrying for the Monday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiki Balboa View Post
    1st place Shels traveled away to last place Dundalk, and set up for a draw. Says a lot about the league and why no one has challenged Rovers over the last couple of years.

    Dundalk much the better side, but ran out of steam completely in the last 10, which is worrying for the Monday.
    We just have to make the first 85mins count!

    We may be missing High, Benson took a right wallop to the head that he shook off too quickly, Oostenbrink limped off for what many thought was a 'tactical' injury, Gullan was cramping up too. The softer smaller pitch in United Park may actually suit for a change.

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    Another fairly drab Galway-Derry game tonight.
    I think we'd one (poor) shot on target. Galway had one decent shot on, and also hit the bar.
    That was basically it.

    Let's getting all conspiracy theory-ish; we've now gone 10 games without a win when Rob Hennessey has been in charge.

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