Dundalk win and Finnerty equalises for Bohs
The Premier Division of the League of Ireland is starting to take on a more familiar look after Dundalk's 4-0 win against Waterford tonight at Oriel Park.
Gary Rogers kept another cleansheet as the Louth side got their second home win of the season in a game which also featured Jamie McGrath who made the opening for the third goal.
Dylan Hand was on the bench again.
James Finnerty scored a 78th minute equaliser for Bohemians against Derry City, his first goal in the League of Ireland.
St Pat's lost at home to Shamrock Rovers with Kevin Toner's first-half tackle gifting the Tallaght team a penalty lead goal and a yellow card for the Ashbourne man.
There was a second successive defeat for Athlone after losing in the League Cup on Monday night in extra-time, tonight they lost to Shelbourne and finished with 10 men after Ciaran Grogan was red-carded.
Both Shane Dunne and Kealan Dillon returned to the starting 11 after missing MOnday night's game.
Tim Clancy's Drogheda Utd eanred a point against hosts Limerick in a scoreless draw with Meath duo Luke Heeney and Luke McNally both featured. Drogheda had a good chance in each, but escaped a late scare when LImerick went close in the final minute.
Premier - Dundalk 3, Waterford 0; Bohs 1, Derry 1; Harps 3, Cork City 4; St Pat's 0, Shamrock Rovers 1.
First - Athlone 0, Shels 2; LImerick 0, Drogheda 0; Galway 0, Bray 1; Cabinteely 1, LOngford 1.
Sligo v UCD; Cobh v Wexford.