James Clarke celebrates his 93rd minute equaliser today for Drogheda. PHOTO: GERRY SHANAHAN / WWW.QUIRKE.IE.

Late equalisers on Bank Holiday Monday

Late equalisers featured in the Bank Holiday Monday Premier League action with both Drogheda and St Patrick's Ath striking in the 93rd minute and 96th minute respectively.

Meath man James Clarke's 93rd minute equaliser earned a point for Drogheda as Bohemians were denied victory as they defended a 1-0 lead from Liam Burt's second goal of the season.

Clarke’s headed equaliser was his second senior goal and earned a vital point for Tim Clancy's men.

Clarke was introduced in the 74th minute while another Meath man, Luke Heeney featured from kick-off for Drogheda.

Apart from Devoy in the Bohs team, Skryne man James Finnerty was solid at the centre of the defence for the Dublin side.

St Pat's also grabbed that late equaliser at the Showgrounds in the 96th minute after four minutes added time was indicated.

Longford Town squandered a 2-0 lead after they scored twice in 14 minutes as they were hauled back by Dundalk who scored twice to earn a draw.

Greg Sloggett started again for Dundalk as the Louth side continue to pick up points.

At Tallaght Stadium Shamrock Rovers set a new League of Ireland unbeaten record with a 3-0 win against Waterford.

Derry City v Finn Harps kicked-off at 7.45pm - Derry took the lead after 17 minutes, but Finn Harps took the points with a 2-1 victory for their first League win in the Brandywell.

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