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Niall Farrell is our correspondent at Tolka Park, covering the goings-on at Shelbourne. You can visit Niall's website for further information and contact details- niallf.net.


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League Report: Shels 3 - 2 Shamrock Rovers B

One goal was the difference at Tolka Park tonight, as Shelbourne beat Shamrock Rovers B 3-2 to keep their promotion charge on track.

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League Report: Shelbourne 1 - 1 Finn Harps

Goals from Gareth Coughlan and Sean McCarron meant that Shelbourne and Finn Harps shared the points in an entertaining match at Tolka Park on Friday night.

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League Report: Shelbourne 3 - 1 Waterford United

Shelbourne came back from last week’s 3-0 loss to Longford Town with a 3-1 win over Waterford United in a spirited performance on Friday night in Tolka Park.

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LOI Report: Shelbourne 3 - 0 Wexford Youths

A confident first half performance saw Shelbourne emerge 3-0 winners over Wexford Youths on a night when both sides ended the match with ten men.

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League Report: Shelbourne F.C 0 - 0 Shamrock Rovers B

This Dublin derby may have ended as it started, but both Shelbourne and Shamrock Rovers B will feel like they left two points behind them in Tolka Park tonight.

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EA SPORTS CUP: Shelbourne 2 - 5 Bray Wanderers

IT took 120 minutes, but Bray Wanderers saw off the challenge of Shelbourne tonight in Tolka Park to progress in the EA Sports Cup.

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Eviston focused on Aviva clash with Castlebar

It’s fairly unprecedented that a football team prepares to meet their rivals in a Cup Final by hammering said rivals.

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Carberry confident Castlebar can capture Cup from Raheny

The task ahead of Castlebar Celtic is a monumental one. Their first ever Women’s FAI Cup final will be screened on live TV, with the biggest crowd any of their players will have played in front of in the Aviva ...

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WNL Focus: Can Roche's goal be a catalyst?

By the time this column goes live, Stephanie Roche’s goal (this one), will have been watched more times than there are people in Dublin. Let that sink in for a minute. That video, at the time of writing, has been ...

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Raheny United 9 - 2 Castlebar Celtic

Castlebar Celtic gave Raheny United the toughest test they’ve had so far this season in the first half of Sunday's match in Morton Stadium, but the league champions pulled away in the second - even if the scoreline of 9-2 ...

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WNL Focus: Hoops spring eternal

For two years, the WNL has been a real struggle for Shamrock Rovers. Bottom of the table in 2012 (with one win) and again last year (with two wins), they have had very few highs in their time at the ...

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WNL Focus - Raheny will take some stopping

Alright, it’s still early days in the 2013-14 WNL, but already it looks like we have a clear frontrunner.

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WNL Focus - Player development the key

Last week, this column extolled the virtues of Ireland’s young players - and talked about how the national side can bring up the standard of the WNL through increased exposure. But it can work the other way around too - ...

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WNL Focus: The future can be green

What a weekend for Irish women’s football on the international stage. First, the under-19s beat Kazakhstan 7-0 and then the senior side beat Slovakia 2-0. Both results are a signal that Ireland are getting closer to the top table of ...

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WNL Focus: Castlebar defying expectations

With the arrival of Galway WFC into the WNL this season, there was a danger that Castlebar Celtic could be eclipsed. Another team out west threatened to suck up attention, players and fans. But quietly, Adrian Carberry’s side went about ...

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WNL Focus - The magic of the Cup

Cups are often derided in modern football. Too often, you’ll hear the FAI Cup or League Cup talked down - “sure it’s the league that matters”. But cups, in their knockout format, represent football’s history. In Ireland, the near-forgotten Leinster ...

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WNL Weekly - Challenge to Big Two needed

The Women’s National League is now in its third year. It’s again at an even number of teams - so no more bye weeks - and it’s become a fairly established part of domestic football.

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Walsh delight with Raheny opening day win

For a club between managers, Raheny United looked remarkably cohesive in their opening Women's National League match against DLR Waves on Sunday.

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Raheny United 4 - 0 DLR Waves

Raheny United had the perfect start to the season, beating DLR Waves 4-0 on Sunday afternoon in Morton Stadium.

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Galway WFC take to the stage

With such a rich pedigree in women’s football, it’s surprising that Galway hasn’t had a club representing it in the Women’s National League until now.

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