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Niall Newberry
Reporter for . Also writes for Magazine. All views expressed here are, quite sadly, my own.
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Niall Newberry 16h
Report from Oriel Park – Dundalk may have resurrected their season on what was a very good Friday for the Lilywhites and Daniel Kelly, who capped off a magnificent display with all three goals against Finn Harps.
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Niall Newberry 21h
Oriel Park is ready for Dundalk v Finn Harps tonight. Wouldn't be a very good Friday without some action now, would it? I'll grab my coat...
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Niall Newberry Apr 19
Preview: Dundalk v Finn Harps – The games continue to come thick and fast for Dundalk, who welcome a Harps team that hasn't won at Oriel Park in 13 years. Robbie Benson, Stephen Folan and Sean Murray remain injured.
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Niall Newberry Apr 16
Replying to @rkkx
The booing was coming from the away supporters situated in the main stand, Ray. They were aggrieved at the awarding of the penalty as they felt the foul was committed outside the box. My initial reaction was that they definitely had a case.
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Niall Newberry Apr 15
Replying to @niallnewberry
These were the scenes at full-time after Dundalk’s last-gasp win over Bohemians, complete with Flashscore notifications informing me of what had just happened.
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Niall Newberry Apr 15
Report from Oriel Park – Late, late drama in the tonight as Patrick Hoban’s 95th minute penalty gives Dundalk a hardly deserved win over Bohemians. Could this be the turning point for the Lilywhites?
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Niall Newberry Apr 15
Teams just in for tonight’s clash between Dundalk and Bohemians here at Oriel Park. Defeat for the Lilywhites would see them lose three league matches on the bounce for the first time in seven years.
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Niall Newberry Apr 15
Team news: Dundalk v Bohemians – Sean Murray joins the Lilywhites’ ever-growing list of casualties while Sean Hoare is to undergo a late fitness test. Keith Ward, who went off in Bohs' win over Finn Harps, should be fit enough to play.
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Niall Newberry Apr 13
Report from the Showgrounds – Dundalk last night suffered successive league defeats for the first time in two years. Couple of must-win home fixtures coming up against Bohemians (on Monday) and Finn Harps (on Friday).
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Niall Newberry Apr 12
Have just checked into the Showgrounds here. Dundalk are unbeaten in their last nine visits to this particular venue with Sligo Rovers having last recorded a home win against the Lilywhites towards the end of their title-winning season in 2012.
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Niall Newberry Apr 11
Team news: Sligo Rovers v Dundalk – Patrick McEleney and Chris Shields have both resumed full training but this fixture may come too soon for them. Bohemians is a much more realistic target for their return.
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Niall Newberry Apr 5
A first league defeat since August 2018 sees Dundalk fall ten points behind leaders Shamrock Rovers, albeit with two games in hand. That said, Dundalk supporters must be the best in the ? Always behind their team.
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Niall Newberry Apr 5
Dundalk are at Richmond Park for the second time this week as the Lilywhites look to extend their unbeaten record in the to eight matches (15 when stretching back to last season). Very strong travelling support once again.
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Niall Newberry Mar 29
Report from Oriel Park – Massive win for Dundalk tonight in the against Cork City. Keeps the Lilywhites within reach of Shamrock Rovers, who beat UCD tonight. Don’t recall one single shot on target from Cork. .
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Niall Newberry Mar 29
Replying to @niallnewberry
Live updates from the match are available using the link below.
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Niall Newberry Mar 29
Oriel Park is the venue for tonight's crunch match in the between Dundalk and Cork City. The Leesiders have lost in all of their previous four meetings with the Lilywhites. That pitch looks to be in great nick though. 🙈
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Niall Newberry Mar 29
John Caulfield says Dundalk's artificial surface has been an advantage, particularly in the early years of its use. Not sure what he was doing between 2005 and 2012, or maybe it’s the fact that he’s only been managing in the league since 2014? 🤔
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Niall Newberry Mar 18
Let’s all just take a moment to appreciate how good Chris Shields is. Seriously, it’s beyond comprehension how this guy has never received an international call-up.
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Niall Newberry Mar 15
Replying to @niallnewberry
Could he do it against Cork City in two weeks’ time? Joey Donnelly, the current record holder, scored his 69th goal against Cork United back in February 1943.
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Niall Newberry Mar 15
Patrick Hoban’s goal tonight, his 66th in the league for Dundalk, means he is now just a hat-trick away from equalling the club’s record for goals.
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