A series of photos from Extratime.ie Photographers Steve Alfred in UCD & Limerick, Larry McQuillan in Drogheda, Billy Galligan in Tolka Park, Peter Fitzpatrick in Tallaght Stadium, Darragh Connelly in Richmond Park
Limerick FC boss Stuart Taylor admitted it was two points dropped for his side as they came away from the Bowl with a 1-1 draw against the ever-improving UCD.
St. Patrick’s Athletic manager Liam Buckley was delighted with his sides 3-0 away win against Shelbourne last Friday night.
Cork City manager Tommy Dunne lamented his team’s defending after seeing them ship three goals at home to Bray Wanderers in a 3-1 defeat at Turner’s Cross on Friday night.
Shelbourne interim boss Kevin Doherty believes that individual mistakes were to blame for his sides 3-0 defeat to St Patrick’s Athletic on Friday night.
A four goal blitz in the second quarter saw Longford Town surge to an easy 5-1 win over a hapless Cobh Ramblers side at the City Calling Stadium on Friday night.
Tonight’s Airtricity Premier Division tie between Sligo Rovers and Dundalk has been postponed due to a water-logged pitch.
Waterford United have confirmed that manager Paul O'Brien has resigned from his position.
League leaders Sligo Rovers welcome Stephen Kenny’s Dundalk to the Showgrounds on Saturday evening (kick-off 7.45pm).
Derry put their Airtricity title hopes firmly back on track as Rory Patterson scored an 86th minute winner in a dramatic encounter at Hunky Dorys Park on Friday night.