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St. Patrick’s Athletic -v- Bray Wanderers

Bray Wanderers travel to Richmond Park to face second placed St. Patrick’s Athletic in a bid to record their second victory over the Inchicore side this season, while the Saints will be hoping to claim victory and be sitting top ...

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Barron disappointed with tenth defeat

Following UCD’s 3-1 defeat at home to Saint Patrick’s Athletic, the Students’ goalkeeper Ger Barron expressed his disappointment at their fourth consecutive league defeat.

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Bradley happy with Saints form

St. Patrick’s Athletic captain Stephen Bradley praised his sides good run of form following their 3-1 win over UCD at the Belfield Bowl. The Inchicore side stretched their unbeaten record to eleven games in all competitions following goals from Derek ...

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UCD 1 - 3 St. Patrick's Athletic

Pete Mahon’s St Pats side continue to climb the Airtricity league standings following their deserved win at the Belfield Bowl, condemning UCD to their fourth consecutive defeat in a row.

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UCD -v- St. Patrick's Athletic

Scholars face Saints at the Belfield Bowl with UCD aiming to continue their good run of results against St. Pats and move clear of the relegation zone (kick-off 7:45pm)

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Kavanagh settling in at Richmond Park

St. Patrick’s Athletic match winner Daryl Kavanagh could not hide his delight in the aftermath of the Inchicore side’s 1-0 victory over Bohemians in the Dublin derby at Dalymount Park.

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Bohemians 0 - 1 St. Patrick's Athletic

A fantastic Daryl Kavanagh goal gave St. Patrick’s Athletic their first win in Dalymount Park in over three years, as Pat Fenlon’s Bohemians side continue their inconsistent league form.

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Bohemians -v- St. Patrick's Athletic

Dalymount Park is set to host the ‘northside versus southside’ Dublin derby between Bohemians and St Patrick’s Athletic with both sides eager to climb the table (kick-off 7:45pm).

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UCD to benefit from Setanta Cup spot

As news broke of the demise of one of Dublin’s leading clubs, Sporting Fingal, another Dublin club rejoiced as UCD AFC have become the immediate benefactors by gaining entry into the lucrative Setanta Sports Cup.

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