Third placed Shamrock Rovers don’t visit Limerick until tomorrow night while Bray Wanderers host Galway United the same evening the Carlisle Grounds. No match this evening, we're away @LimerickFCie tomorrow 6. 30pm. Today is final opportunity to get your match ticket at club office #koh — Shamrock Rovers F. C. (@ShamrockRovers) April 24, 2015 In the First Division, all eight teams are in action tonight with leaders Finn Harps at home to Shelbourne and second place Wexford Youths at home to Cabinteely.
Third place Athlone host bottom of the table Waterford United while UCD and Cobh Ramblers, who are both unbeaten in their last three games, meet at The UCD Bowl. Official Match Poster for this Fridays home game vs @WaterfordUnited #ATFCvsWU #LOI pic. com/R2UO14VFB0 — Athlone Town FC (@AthloneTownFC) April 22, 2015 There are seven ties down for decision over the weekend in the Irish Daily Mail FAI Senior Cup with first game taking place this evening when Avondale United, who reached the quarter-finals last year, are away to local rivals St Mary’s.
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After three years of dominance by Cork City there will be a new name on the Dr Tony O’Neill Cup on Saturday when Derry City and St Patrick’s Athletic meet in the SSE Airtricity U19 League Final at Maginn Park, Buncrana. FRIDAY, APRIL 24SSE Airtricity League Premier Division Cork City v Dundalk, Turner’s Cross, 19:35. Derry City v Bohemians, Brandywell Stadium, 19:45. Drogheda United v Longford Town, United Park, 19:45. St. Patrick’s Athletic v Sligo Rovers, Richmond Park, 19:45. SSE Airtricity League First Division Athlone Town v Waterford United, Athlone Town Stadium, 19:45.
On Saturday, FAI Umbro Intermediate Cup finalists Crumlin United are in Cork to face College Cortinthians while Cobh Wanderers host FAI Junior Cup semi-finalists Clonmel Celtic and Ulster Senior League champions Cockhill Celtic meet Munster Senior League side Casement Celtic who make the long journey from Cork to Donegal. Sunday sees four games down for decision with three of them being all Leinster Senior League affairs as Glenville meet Firhouse Clover, St Mochta’s host Arklow Town and Killester United entertain Dunboyne. The other game sees Munster Senior League champions UCC, who are already through to the quarter-finals of the EA SPORTS Cup, meet FAI Junior Cup semi-finalists North End United at The Mardyke.