League of Ireland: Historic wins for Shamrock Rovers and Finn Harps

League Of Ireland: Historic Wins For Shamrock Rovers And Finn Harps League Of Ireland: Historic Wins For Shamrock Rovers And Finn Harps
Rovers’ Gary O'Neill celebrates scoring a goal as Lee Grace and Rory Gaffney celebrate. Photo: INPHO/Ryan Byrne.
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The final whistle has blown on this evening's SSE Airtricity League Premier Division action — we have the scores of each meeting below.

Shamrock Rovers 3-0 Waterford

Champions Shamrock Rovers sit top of the Premier Division table, with a new record-breaking 31 games unbeaten in the league.

The historic winning streak comes after the side beat Waterford 3-0 at Tallaght Stadium this afternoon, following a 2pm kick-off.

Rory Gaffney, Gary O'Neill and Danny Mandroiu provided the goals for Stephen Bradley's side.

Drogheda 1-1 Bohemians

Meanwhile, another 2pm start saw Bohemians let their lead slip in a 1-1 draw with Drogheda.

Liam Burt put the visitors ahead at United Park after an hour, before James Clarke equalised in injury time.

Sligo Rovers 1-1 St Pat's

There was late drama at the Showgrounds in a meeting between Sligo Rovers and St Pat's.

After a 5.45pm kick-off, a score from Jordan Gibson provided the opener for the Rovers.

However, the meeting finished level after St Pat's captain Ian Bermingham headed home a dramatic equaliser in the 95th minute.

Longford Town 2-2 Dundalk

It was a draw at Bishopsgate after an early lead for Longford Town against Dundalk.

Goals in the first 15 minutes from Longford's Dylan Grimes and Robert Manley were first pulled back with a 20th-minute score from Dundalk's Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe.

The final equaliser came courtesy of the side's Chris Shields later on.

Finn Harps 2-1 Derry City

Finn Harps beat Derry City 2-1 in their north west derby at the Ryan McBride Brandywell.

Goals from Karl O'Sullivan and Adam Foley sealed a historic first-ever league game win for the side at the Brandywell Stadium.

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