Stricken Seagulls let Limerick off the hook

Alan O’Brien 

If banishing the ghosts of Oriel Park was foremost in Tommy Barrett’s mind, Bray Wanderers represented the perfect foil. As passive as Dundalk were aggressive, as profligate as the Lilywhites were clinical, Dave Mackey’s basement boys gifted Limerick a morale-boosting victory. Continue reading


Kavanagh squanders Bohs’ right-wing superiority

Alan O’Brien 

At least it wasn’t televised. For the second successive game, Bohemians constituted one half of a shocking advert for League of Ireland football. But, with four precious points under his belt already, Keith Long will care not one jot. Continue reading

Bit O’Red bomb as Lyttle crams Sligo squares into round holes

Alan O’Brien 

If your game plan can be ruined by one injury, it was never much of a game plan in the first place. That’s a truism Ger Lyttle must quickly take on board, if Sligo Rovers are to swerve another relegation dogfight. Continue reading