Saturday 20 April 2019

Watch: Enjoy all the goals and dramatic moments from last night's Airtricity League Premier Division action

Aaron Greene of Shamrock Rovers puts in a tackle on Keith Ward of Bohemians resulting in a red card during the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division match between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers at Dalymount Park in Dublin. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile
Aaron Greene of Shamrock Rovers puts in a tackle on Keith Ward of Bohemians resulting in a red card during the SSE Airtricity League Premier Division match between Bohemians and Shamrock Rovers at Dalymount Park in Dublin. Photo by Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile
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There was a full round of games in the Airtricity League Premier Division. Here's how the five fixtures panned out.

Gypsy kings take over at the top

Bohemians 1 Shamrock Rovers 0

With a 10-year gap since their last major trophy success, Bohemians fans have had to make do with wins over their hated rivals Shamrock Rovers to give a sheen of success to their seasons of late (Read full report)

Morrissey gets Cork off mark

Sligo Rovers 1 Cork City 2

Cork City finally got their season up and running with a hard-fought win at The Showgrounds (Read full report)

Duffy magic secures first win for Perth

Dundalk 2 UCD 1

The Vinny Perth era is officially up and running thanks to Michael Duffy's bit of magic against UCD  at Oriel Park last night (Read full report)

Gallant Harps earn point

St Patrick's Athletic 0 Finn Harps 0

Newly-promoted Finn Harps frustrated St Pat's at Richmond Park to earn their second big point in four days. (Read full report)

Derry profit from Waterford gifts

Derry City 3 Waterford 2

Derry City held on to see off Waterford at the end of a thrilling encounter at the Brandywell last night as two own goals proved to be the visitors' downfall (Read full report)

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