Wexford Youths made it three wins in a row in the league and are a team on a good run as they disposed of a lacklustre Finn Harps in Ferrycarrig Park despite the home side playing the last half an hour with ten men. Youths now move joint second in the table with Harps after this deserved victory.
St. Patrick’s Athletic rose to the top of the Airtricity League Premier Division after a superb attacking display helped them seal an emphatic 2-0 win over Bohemians in Dalymount Park on Friday night.
Derry City and Cork City shared the spoils at the Brandywell on Friday night in a game that was devoid of action in the first half but packed with excitement in the second.
Limerick and Sligo Rovers played out an entertaining scoreless draw at Thomond Park on Friday night.
Ten-man Longford Town came away from their clash with Mervue United at Fahy’s Field with maximum points on Friday night.
Shamrock Rovers held on for a nervous 1-0 win over bottom of the table Shelbourne at Tallaght Stadium on Friday night.
Jason Byrne scored an injury-time winner against nine man Drogheda United to continue Bray Wanderer’s recent revival with a 3-2 victory on Friday evening at the Carlisle Grounds.
UCD beat Dundalk 3-2 at Oriel Park on Friday evening on a night where the quality of finishing was the difference between the sides.
Six Premier Division and four First Division games are down for decision on Friday as Gameweek 15 kicks off.
Shelbourne have announced Johnny McDonnell as their new manager.