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Pat Hoban

Pat Hoban

Pat Hoban

Goals from Sean Gannon, Pat Hoban and Michael Duffy were enough for Dundalk to see off Bohemians at Oriel Park last night.

Hoban struck first from the penalty spot in the 25th minute, and the Lilywhites - who have yet to concede a goal this season - doubled their lead seven minutes later through right-back Gannon.

Dundalk added a third in injury time through Duffy.

Leaders Cork City routed bottom side Bray 4-0 at the Carlisle Grounds, thanks to a blistering second half from the reigning champions.

Sean McLoughlin opened the scoring for the Rebels after only eight minutes, but three goals in three second half minutes wrapped up the points.

Barry McNamee doubled Cork's advantage in the 65th minute while Kieran Sadlier netted in the 67th and 68th minutes to complete their night's work, as Bray lay mired in bottom place with only one point from eight games.

At Markets Field, high-flying Waterford enjoyed another win, this time away to Munster rivals Limerick.

In-form Courtney Duffus opened Waterford's account in the 23rd minute, while skipper Paul Keegan finished off Limerick's threat in with an 84th minute penalty.


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