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Declan O'Brien - Penalty (10')
Brian Gannon - Yellow Card (28')
Alan Byrne - Yellow Card (43')
Gabriel Sava - Yellow Card (46')
Declan O'Brien - Missed Penalty (50')
Declan O'Brien - Penalty (87')
Joe Gamble - Yellow Card (36')
Craig Curran - Yellow Card (43')
Aaron Brown - Goal (45')
Aaron Brown - Red Card (50')
Shane Tracy - Penalty (57')
Axel Bossekota - Red Card (76')
It's over. An epic encounter. And a point a-piece.
There will be THREE added minutes
The corner comes to nothing at all. No twist there. Or a red card. Which is nice.
Drogheda United have a corner... is there another twist?
PENALTY FOR DROGHEDA!!!
Shane Grimes sends a great ball into the box but the Drogheda attacker heads it just wide
Philly Hand fires in a shot but Barry Ryan is equal to it. Drogheda United are now throwing everything forward.
Limerick win a corner and there are timewasting tactics afoot!
Axel squared up to David Cassidy and chested Cassidy. The midfielder went down holding his face. It didn't seem to me like a straight red at all.
Drogheda United have been wasteful of possession as Limerick dominate. Less than 20 minutes to go.
You could be forgiven for thinking Limerick have the extra man at the moment
Eric Foley's first touch is to put a 35 yard free kick high and wide.
Subs on both sides warming up but Drogheda may need to make the change first
Limerick fans are in fine voice now
Now Limerick have a penalty. This is a crazy game! Michael Daly with the foul. Drogheda United to lax around their own box.
Stuart Taylor has now been sent off from the dug out.
Declan O'Brien misses for Drogheda United from the penalty spot. O'Brien hit the peno to the right in the middle and it was an easy save for Ryan
Gabriel Sava is booked for Drogheda United.
Shane Tracy fired a low shot in from the free kick but it goes wide.
Free to Limerick on the edge of the Drogheda United box - Sava handled outside the area.
The second half is underway
Half time and it's 1-1
Aaron Browne scores for Limerick FC. A cross from Shane Tracy on the right is turned in by the big defender. On his debut too.
Craig Curran is booked for Limerick FC.
Alan Byrne is booked for Drogheda United.
Limerick are struggling to pick out the killer pass here as they trail Drogheda United by a 10th minute peno from Declan O'Brien.
Brian Gannon is booked for Drogheda United. Tackle on Danny Galbraith
Drogheda United's Gavin Brennan with a shot from out wide forces Barry Ryan into a save.
That hoof has landed with Gavin Brennan and he crosses to Declan O'Brien but his header is straight at Barry Ryan and he was offside to boot.
Pressure mounting from Limerick. Joe Gamble chests the ball into the Drogs box but fails to attack the ball and the defence hoof it clear.
It's pretty much 50 / 50 at the moment, neither teams being tested really.
Bossekota with a tame effort for Limerick just inside the Drogheda penalty area. Limerick however have reacted positively to the concession of a goal
Declan O'Brien scores for Drogheda United from the penalty spot. Joe Gamble slide across to block a Cassidy shot and hand balled. O'Brien hammered the peno high and down the middle
Drogheda United win a penalty!!
Drogheda United are playing a passing game, but Limerick are giving them no time or space on the ball
Unusually Shane Grimes partners Alan Byrne in the centre back positions for Drogheda United.
Axel Bossekota is instantly proving himself to be a real threat for the visitors.
Drogheda get the game underway.
Teams are about to kick-off, Drogheda United to start the game
The PA is reeling back the years, welcoming everyone to O2 Park. There is a small but vociferous travelling support.
Welcome to Hunky Dorys Park for Drogheda's first home league game of the season. Mick Cooke has some selection headaches with Gary O'Neill, Derek Prendergast, Cathal Brady and Alan McNally all out. Gabriel Sava is a doubt but Michael Schlingermann is more than adequate replacement. Stuart Taylor's side still bring an element of the unknown with them, they have a chance to lay a real marker for the season tonight. Stay with myself, P.J. Murray for the next two hours or so and I'll guide you through what should be a thoroughly enjoyable game.