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What have we learned in the League of Ireland this week? - LeagueofIreland.ie;

What have we learned in the League of Ireland this week? - LeagueofIreland.ie

LeagueofIreland.ieWhat have we learned in the League of Ireland this week?LeagueofIreland.ieIt was a weekend that tested all of the premier division squad's fitness and quality, with a quick turnaround in games from Friday to Tuesday. Only runaway leaders – Cork City managed to take 6 points from their 2 games, while also extending their lead ...and more »

Candystripes preserve run in Oriel stalemate - Belfast Telegraph;

Candystripes preserve run in Oriel stalemate - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphCandystripes preserve run in Oriel stalemateBelfast TelegraphDerry City are now eight games unbeaten after holding Dundalk to a scoreless draw at Oriel Park last night. This was another impressive performance from Kenny Shiels' team, who weathered an early storm to frustrate their hosts throughout.and more »

Kenny: 'We need a passionate Oriel' - Dundalk Democrat;

Kenny: 'We need a passionate Oriel' - Dundalk Democrat

Dundalk DemocratKenny: 'We need a passionate Oriel'Dundalk DemocratStephen Kenny feels his side need a passionate Oriel Park in order for them to produce their best performance. The Lilywhites supremo was speaking after last night's 0-0 draw with Derry City on the Carrick Road, where the Dubliner described the ...and more »

Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley believes Cork City are good but they are no Dundalk - The Irish Sun;

Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley believes Cork City are good but they are no Dundalk - The Irish Sun

The Irish SunShamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley believes Cork City are good but they are no DundalkThe Irish SunSHAMROCK ROVERS boss Stephen Bradley believes Cork City are good but they are no Dundalk. Hoops travel to Turner's Cross on Friday to face runaway league leaders City. Boss Stephen Bradley. 3. Hoops manager Stephen Bradley. The Leesiders ...and more »

Dundalk held to scoreless draw by Derry City - Talk of the Town;

Dundalk held to scoreless draw by Derry City - Talk of the Town

Talk of the TownDundalk held to scoreless draw by Derry CityTalk of the TownDundalk's title aspirations suffered another blow last night as they were held to a scoreless 0-0 draw with Derry City at Oriel Park. Stephen Kenny's side started well with Paddy Barrett and Dane Massey going close early on only to be denied on each ...and more »

Dundalk 0-0 Derry City: Lilywhites fail to continue their revival against solid Candystripes side - Irish Mirror;

Dundalk 0-0 Derry City: Lilywhites fail to continue their revival against solid Candystripes side - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorDundalk 0-0 Derry City: Lilywhites fail to continue their revival against solid Candystripes sideIrish MirrorHaving regrouped smartly to thump Limerick and Sligo after back-to-back defeats to Shamrock Rovers and Galway, Dundalk lost more ground in the title race last night. We say 'title race' in the loosest possible term, of course, as Cork City's lead at ...and more »

Champions fire blanks at Oriel - Irish Independent;

Champions fire blanks at Oriel - Irish Independent

Irish IndependentChampions fire blanks at OrielIrish IndependentThe League of Ireland champions are 15 points behind the Leesiders after failing to break down a Derry City side that worked extremely hard at Oriel Park. Robbie Benson of Dundalk attempts to bypass Derry City's Dean Jarvis Photo: David Maher/.and more »

Cork City are disappearing out of sight at the summit as first draw of the season strengthened the Leesiders status ... - Herald.ie;

Cork City are disappearing out of sight at the summit as first draw of the season strengthened the Leesiders status ... - Herald.ie

Herald.ieCork City are disappearing out of sight at the summit as first draw of the season strengthened the Leesiders status ...Herald.ieThe reigning holders are 15 points behind Cork after drawing 0-0 with a Derry City side that worked extremely hard at Oriel Park last night. Kenny Shiels' well organised operation subdued Stephen Kenny's star men and they even had second half chances ...and more »

Derry City stand firm to take a point in Dundalk stalemate - the Irish News;

Derry City stand firm to take a point in Dundalk stalemate - the Irish News

the Irish NewsDerry City stand firm to take a point in Dundalk stalematethe Irish NewsDERRY City returned from Dundalk last night with a hard-earned point after they held the League of Ireland champions to a goalless draw. The Candystripes stifled the attacking intent of Dundalk throughout the game with a well-organised defence and ...and more »

Cork aren't a patch on Dundalk's three-in-a-row team, says Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley - Irish Mirror;

Cork aren't a patch on Dundalk's three-in-a-row team, says Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley - Irish Mirror

Irish MirrorCork aren't a patch on Dundalk's three-in-a-row team, says Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen BradleyIrish MirrorCork City are running away with the league but they are not a patch on Dundalk's three-in-a-row team. That's according to Shamrock Rovers boss Stephen Bradley who faces the Rebels at Turner's Cross this Friday night. Bradley gave an honest assessment ...and more »

FOOTBALL: Derry City take a point at champinos Dundalk - Belfast Newsletter;

FOOTBALL: Derry City take a point at champinos Dundalk - Belfast Newsletter

Belfast NewsletterFOOTBALL: Derry City take a point at champinos DundalkBelfast NewsletterDerry City made it eight games unbeaten thanks to a hard fought but deserved point at champions Dundalk. Dundalk's Niclas Vemmelund and Ronan Curtis of Derry. While Stephen Kenny's chargers had a lot of possession the Candystripes produced a super ...and more »

The FAI show more respect for morons than fans of their own league with Man United friendly - The Irish Sun;

The FAI show more respect for morons than fans of their own league with Man United friendly - The Irish Sun

The Irish SunThe FAI show more respect for morons than fans of their own league with Man United friendlyThe Irish SunTHE FAI are showing more respect for the morons than their own league by organising this Manchester United against Sampdoria friendly in August. You can be sure there'll be a big crowd at the Aviva Stadium on August 2 and, again, you'd have to wonder ...and more »

Stalemate at Oriel Park - Dundalk Democrat;

Stalemate at Oriel Park - Dundalk Democrat

Dundalk DemocratStalemate at Oriel ParkDundalk DemocratDundalk drew a league game for the first time since last September in Oriel Park this evening, as their SSE Airtricity League game with Derry City finished goalless. In a game of few chances, the Lilywhites were perhaps lucky not to have been left with ...and more »

Dundalk held by Derry in Oriel Park scoreless draw - Irish Times;

Dundalk held by Derry in Oriel Park scoreless draw - Irish Times

Irish TimesDundalk held by Derry in Oriel Park scoreless drawIrish TimesDundalk 0 Derry 0. With Cork City winning in Sligo on Monday night, Dundalk knew that only three points would suffice against Derry City at Oriel Park. They had to be content with one however, with the visitors proving to be full value for their share ...and more »

Dundalk 0 Derry City 0: Lilywhites held scoreless as four-in-a-row dream looks dead - The Irish Sun;

Dundalk 0 Derry City 0: Lilywhites held scoreless as four-in-a-row dream looks dead - The Irish Sun

The Irish SunDundalk 0 Derry City 0: Lilywhites held scoreless as four-in-a-row dream looks deadThe Irish SunDUNDALK failed to score at Oriel Park for the first time since October to leave them 15 points behind leaders Cork. For the first time in 21 meetings since July 2011, when Kenny was in charge of Derry, these two sides served up a scoreless draw ...and more »

League of Ireland round-up: Dundalk held to a scoreless draw by Derry City - Irish Examiner;

League of Ireland round-up: Dundalk held to a scoreless draw by Derry City - Irish Examiner

Irish ExaminerLeague of Ireland round-up: Dundalk held to a scoreless draw by Derry CityIrish ExaminerDundalk have dropped two more points in their pursuit of leaders Cork City in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division. The 3-in-a-row champions were held to a scoreless draw by Derry City at Oriel Park. Dundalk are now 15-points adrift of Cork at the top ...and more »

Eight games unbeaten for Derry City as they hold Dundalk at Oriel Park - Derry Now;

Eight games unbeaten for Derry City as they hold Dundalk at Oriel Park - Derry Now

Derry NowEight games unbeaten for Derry City as they hold Dundalk at Oriel ParkDerry NowDerry City are now eight games unbeaten after holding Dundalk to a scoreless draw at Oriel Park. This was another impressive performance from Kenny Shiels' team, who weathered an early storm to frustrate Dundalk throughout. The Candy Stripes grew in ...and more »

Dundalk draw in Derry, lose more ground in title race - RTE.ie;

Dundalk draw in Derry, lose more ground in title race - RTE.ie

RTE.ieDundalk draw in Derry, lose more ground in title raceRTE.ieDundalk's title hopes suffered a further setback as they were held scoreless by a well organised Derry City side at Oriel Park. Cork City's 2-1 win over Sligo Rovers on Monday left the reigning champions 16 points adrift at the start of play. With that ...and more »

Premier Division: Dundalk 0-0 Derry City - BBC Sport;

Premier Division: Dundalk 0-0 Derry City - BBC Sport

BBC SportPremier Division: Dundalk 0-0 Derry CityBBC SportDerry City extended their unbeaten run to eight matches by earning a 0-0 draw away to champions Dundalk in Tuesday's Premier Divison game at Oriel Park. Derry remain fourth in the table after their sixth draw in those eight games, two points behind ...and more »

Cork City lead by 15 points after Dundalk are held at home - The42;

Cork City lead by 15 points after Dundalk are held at home - The42

The42Cork City lead by 15 points after Dundalk are held at homeThe42The Lilywhites had to settle for a share of the spoils from tonight's meeting with Derry City. By Caoimhín Reilly Tuesday 23 May 2017, 9:50 PM. Tue 9:50 PM 5,856 Views 16 Comments. http://the42.ie/3405276. Share8 Tweet Email. Dundalk's Michael Duffy ...and more »