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Last summer I was invited by Thomas Hynes, PR director of Bohemian FC , to take part in a one-month football training programme with the prisoners of St Patrick's Institution in Dublin. At that time it housed 220 males between the ages of 17 and 20.
Dinny Corcoran's 75th-minute equaliser earned a point for Bohemians in their battle against the drop and they deserved a reward for their endeavour. The Saints slip to second, having led the table since May 24, but they still have a game in hand over
European Championship finals, the spotlight last week turned to the League of Ireland to restore some pride to the Irish soccer scene. Sadly, St Patrick's Athletic and Bohemians did little to instil confidence with unconvincing Europa League first
Phoenix Park, a lack of experience was all too evident in Phibsboro last night. Most of this Bohemians side were either toddlers or not even born when the Stone Roses burst onto the scene in 1989, and their callow nature was plain to see as they lost
Bohemians must be wondering when they are going to see their side score again after the Gypsies drew a fifth blank in a row and exited the competition in the process. The Phibsboro outfit were their own worst enemies as they gifted a superior
Bray 7/2, St Pat's 8/11, Draw 5/2 Referee: A Kelly . Team news: Bray trio Adam Mitchell, Danny O'Connor and Stephen Last are suspended...St Pat's have doubts over Sean O'Connor and Evan McMillan (groin strain)...Talking point: Tonight marks a massive
Dublin derby, but the Shamrock Rovers camp celebrated at full-time like a team which realised its significance. A happy Hoops party left Dalymount Park last night with a healthy debate raging over the identity of the goalscorer, with a second-half
The Gypsies supporters could only watch on in despair as Shamrock Rovers , their most bitter rivals, took the step that Bohemians failed to make over the last two seasons -- getting past the Champions League second qualifying round. The Hoops'
Bohemians board they face the prospect of losing their best youngsters for nothing unless they move fast. The Gypsies manager remains frustrated by the situation at Dalymount Park and, with the transfer window reopening, he is afraid the teenagers he
Kavanagh knows all about the virtues of taking a second chance...And, in a lively Dublin derby, the St Patrick's Athletic striker continued to repay the faith of his new employers by delivering a goal born from a combination of dazzling footwork and