A round-up of the counts in Munster.
Sinn Féin were the big winners in Waterford, claiming six seats on the amalgamated Waterford City and County Council, while Labour were the major casualties, with four high-profile sitting councillors losing out.
Limerick FC 1 UCD 3
Having claimed sole ownership of top spot on Friday with a convincing win away to Shelbourne, St Patrick’s Athletic will be looking to remain at the summit when they face UCD at Richmond Park tonight.
Karl Sheppard hit a late equaliser as Shamrock Rovers salvaged a point from a 1-1 draw - the Hoops' seventh stalemate of the campaign - with champions Sligo Rovers at Tallaght Stadium.
UCD 1 Shelbourne 1
Shamrock Rovers 2 UCD 1
Drogheda United will bid to maintain their fantastic recent form that has seen Mick Cooke’s side win their last five games when they take on UCD at Hunky Dorys Park tonight (kick off: 7.45pm).
Cork City boss Tommy Dunne is under no illusions as to the task that faces his side when they travel to the North-West tomorrow for the clash with Premier Division leaders Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds (7pm).
Aaron Callaghan wants his Bohemians players to manage their anger and right the wrongs of Iceland when UCD visit Dalymount Park tomorrow afternoon.
Derry City head to Turner’s Cross for tonight’s Premier Division clash with Cork City desperate for a win to stay in touch with the leading pack in the Airtricity Premier Division.
UCD will host Shelbourne boosted by draws with champions Shamrock Rovers and in-form Drogheda United in recent weeks.
Shamrock Rovers will bid to get back to winning ways tonight after being held to draws in their previous two games away in Bray and at home to Derry City.
UCD host a Drogheda United side that has gone seven games unbeaten since the opening day of the season.
Sligo Rovers are hoping to extend their three-point lead at the top of the Airtricity Premier Division when they play host the only other unbeaten side in the division, St Patrick’s Athletic at the Showgrounds tonight (7.05pm).
St Patrick's Athletic will look to continue their unbeaten start to the new season when they host UCD at Richmond Park this evening.
UCD are without Mick Leahy (hip flexor), Ger Barron (toe) and Chris Mulhall (groin) as they prepare to host Bohemians in tonight's Airtricity League Premier Division clash at the UCD Bowl (7.05pm).
Derry City will look to put last week’s disappointing loss to Drogheda United behind them tonight when they host a UCD side that won 3-2 at home to Monaghan (kick off: 7.45pm).
Dundalk will look to secure their first victory of the new campaign when they host UCD at Oriel Park.
Gary Twigg was once again the goalscoring hero for Shamrock Rovers with a stoppage time equaliser earning them a 1-1 draw at Cork City to put the champions top of the Premier Division table.
Sligo Rovers 2 UCD 1
UCD will be hoping to build on their impressive performance on Monday when they take on Dundalk tonight at the UCD Bowl, kick-off 7.45pm.
Derry City 2 UCD 1
UCD 0 Shamrock Rovers 6
UCD and Shamrock Rovers go head to head for a place in the quarter-finals of this year’s FAI Ford Cup when they meet at the UCD Bowl tonight, kick-off 7.45pm.
Shamrock Rovers 2 UCD 2
UCD 0 Sligo Rovers 1
Dundalk 2 UCD 0
UCD 1 Bray Wanderers 2
UCD 0 Derry City 3
RECENT signing Tiarnan Mulvenna scored in each half to hand Drogheda their first home league win of the season — but they had to work hard for it after playing the final 13 minutes with 10 men.
Drogheda United 3 UCD 1
Sligo Rovers 4 UCD 0
UCD 1 Shamrock Rovers 6
UCD booked their place in the fourth round of the FAI Ford Cup as goals in each half by Sean Russell and Stephen Doyle gave them the narrowest of victories over brave Leinster Senior League side Cherry Orchard at the Belfield Bowl last night.
Cherry Orchard 1 UCD 2
ST PATRICK’S ATHLETIC made it nine league games unbeaten to keep their title hopes with very much alive with a comprehensive victory over UCD at the Belfield Bowl last night.
UCD 1 St. Patrick's Athletic 3
Bohemians 1 UCD 0
DUNDALK got back on the winning trail when two late goals by in-form striker Mark Griffin gave them a vital victory over UCD in a tense Premier Division clash at the Belfield Bowl last night.
TEENAGER Conor Murphy was the hero for Bray as his dramatic last-minute goal got them back on the winning track after a tense clash at the Carlisle Grounds last night.
Bray Wanderers 2 UCD 1
Derry City 7 UCD 0
Derry CIty 7 UCD 0
GOALS in each half from Robbie Benson and Graham Rusk earned UCD their second league win of the season in a tense encounter withSligo Rovers at the Belfield Bowl last night.
Shamrock Rovers 3 UCD 1
UCD 0 Bohemians 2
Dundalk 3 UCD 1
DANNY O’CONNOR’S header midway through the second half was enough to give Bray Wanderers their first away league victory over UCD in a decade after a closely-contested Premier Division encounter at the Belfield Bowl last night.
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