Dave Donnelly

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Watch: Jordan Owens wonderstrike caps off comfortable win for Crusaders as Glenavon fall off summit

Jordan Owens scored two and set up one as Crusaders routed top-of-the-table Glenavon at Seaview on Saturday afternoon.

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Watch: 25 years ago today, Alan McLoughlin fired Jackie's Army to USA '94 at Windsor Park

The Republic of Ireland travelled to a hostile Windsor Park in their final group game knowing a win would guarantee qualification but any other result would leave their fate out of their hands.

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Burnley's Jimmy Dunne and Lee O'Connor of Manchester United added to Ireland squad for Denmark test

John Egan, Alan Browne and Sean Maguire have withdrawn from the squad with injury, while James McClean will miss the game due to suspension.

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International Friendly Report: Republic of Ireland 0 - 0 Northern Ireland

Glenn Whelan bade farewell to the international scene on the occasion of his 85th cap for the Republic of Ireland but few others will remember this dour draw with fondness.

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Michael Obafemi pledges '100 per cent' commitment to Ireland

Martin O’Neill appeared to cast doubt on the striker’s commitment when he suggested Obafemi would not travel to Denmark, where a competitive cap would tie him to Ireland.

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International Friendly Preview: Republic of Ireland -v- Northern Ireland

The Republic of Ireland host Northern Ireland for the second time in just over two years – but this time in front of a crowd at the Aviva Stadium (kick-off 7.45pm).

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Quiz: Can you name the Ireland team from Martin O'Neill's first game in charge?

Ireland won 3-0 (we won't tell you the scorers) - but can you name the starting XI and all six substitutes that day?

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David Webster becomes St Patrick's Athletic's second new signing of the off-season

David Webster admits it was a big decision to give up European football with Waterford but the lure of St Patrick’s Athletic was just too strong.

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Matt Doherty ruled out of Northern Ireland and Denmark games with facial injury

The right-back was the only member of the squad not to appear for training in Dublin on Monday after sustaining a facial injury during Wolverhampton Wanderers’ game with Arsenal on Sunday.

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Former Ireland international Noel Hunt leaves Waterford to take assistant manager's job at Swindon

The ease of Hunt’s appointment was doubtless aided by the fact that both clubs are owned by the former Ireland under-21 international Lee Power.

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'Who doesn’t want to be involved in Europe?' - JJ Lunney joins Waterford from Bohs

The 20-year-old is the first new arrival of what promises to be a busy window for the Blues as they prepare for a campaign that will include European football.

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Bohemians goalkeeper Shane Supple announces retirement from football

The 31-year-old made the decision to call time on his playing career for the second time, following consultation with doctors, as a result of a persistent hip injury.

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Michael Obafemi in line to make his senior Ireland debut as squad cut for Northern Ireland and Denmark games

The Southampton striker has recently broken into the Saints’ matchday squad, with two appearances off the bench in the last few weeks, and has been rewarded with a first call-up.

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Devine revelation: Declan Devine returns for second spell in Derry City hotseat

“We need an identity, we need passion, we need support, we need players who are going to respect and honour what it means to play for Derry City," said Devine.

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Neil Doyle named PFAI Referee of the Year as Adriano Reale takes First Division award

Dundrum native Doyle took the reins at his second cup final last Sunday as Dundalk edged out Cork City 2-1 at the Aviva Stadium.

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Jamie McGrath of Dundalk takes PFAI Young Player of the Year gong

The 21-year-old stepped in the number ten role vacated by Patrick McEleney at the beginning of the season and made the position his own, scoring twice along the way.

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UCD's Collie O'Neill and Gary O'Neill win First Division Manager and Player of the Year at PFAI Awards

The two O’Neills, who aren’t related, were central to the Students’ successful campaign which saw them promoted as champions and narrowly miss out on an FAI Cup with defeat to Dundalk.

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Dundalk winger Michael Duffy named PFAI Player of the Year

The Derry native scored 13 goals and registered a massive 25 assists as the Louth side completed their second league and cup double in four years.

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Dundalk supremo Stephen Kenny named PFAI Manager of the Year

Dundalk manager Stephen Kenny has scooped the PFAI Manager of the Year award for the fifth time in six years.

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Ireland international Stephanie Roche moves to Italian Serie A side Florentia

The Shankill native has spent the past three seasons in the Women’s Super League in England with Sunderland but vowed to move on even before the Black Cats were denied a license.

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Ankle surgery looks likely to rule Shane Long out of Ireland double-header

The Tipperary man was omitted from the Southampton squad that drew 1-1 with Watford on Saturday and manager confirmed he aggravated an ongoing injury in training on Friday.

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Irish Premiership Round-Up: Glenavon go top as Linfield beaten at Coleraine

Glenavon moved above Linfield to the top of the Danske Bank Premiership despite being held to a draw at home to ninth-placed Warrenpoint Town.

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Wexford Youths and Peamount United dominate Women's National League Team of the Year

Despite losing out to Wexford in the FAI Cup final, Peamount contribute more players to the team with four – Amber Barrett, Niamh Farrelly, captain Louise Corrigan and Megan Smyth-Lynch.

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Shelbourne's Emily Whelan named the first under-17 Women's National League Player of the Year

The 16-year-old, who made her senior international debut in the October friendly with Poland, was presented with the honour at the annual Continental Tyres Women’s National League awards in Ballsbridge, Dublin on Friday night.

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UCD Waves keeper Erica Turner named Women's National League Young Player of the Year

The 18-year-old was presented with the honour at the annual Continental Tyres/Women’s National League awards in Ballsbridge, Dublin on Friday night.

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