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LEAGUE OF IRELAND PREMIER DIVISION

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Cork 20 1 0 61
2 Dundalk 15 1 7 46
3 Derry City 10 7 6 37
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DundalkDundalk
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Rosenborg 2-1 Dundalk

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Dundalk bowed out of the Champions League at the second qualifying round stage following a 2-1 defeat to Rosenborg after extra-time in Trondheim.

The League of Ireland champions, who had drawn 1-1 at home, made a stunning start when Brian Gartland headed them in front with just 12 minutes gone in the second leg.

Gartland's effort put the visitors 2-1 ahead on aggregate and raised hopes of a potential clash with Celtic at the next stage.

But Rosenborg responded by piling on the pressure and deserved...

Dundalk's European campaign comes to an end

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DundalkDundalk
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Irish champions Dundalk saw their Europa League campaign come to an end with a 2-1 loss to Maccabi Tel Aviv in Netanya.

Dundalk had gone into the game with a chance of progressing from Group D but a penalty from Tal Ben Chaim and strike by Dor Micha, both after errors by Gary Rogers, condemned them to defeat.

Ultimately the result was academic as AZ Alkmaar's victory over Zenit St Petersburg meant progress for either side was impossible, but Dundalk again did themselves proud in what has been a strong...

Wout Weghorst scores to see off Dundalk in Europa League

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A first-half goal from Wout Weghorst sent Dundalk to a 1-0 Europa League defeat at home to AZ Alkmaar.

Weghorst struck the only goal with nine minutes on the clock, but Dundalk remain in with a chance of qualification.

If they beat Maccabi Tel Aviv in their final group game and AZ do not beat Zenit, they will progress.

On a biting cold night at Tallaght Stadium, much-tested goalkeeper Gary Rogers was Dundalk's stand-out performer.

He was first called upon five minutes in and again moments later during...

Giuliano bags brace as Zenit St Petersburg defeat Dundalk

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A brace from Giuliano undid Dundalk in Europa League Group D as they went down 2-1 to Zenit St Petersburg in Russia.

The Brazilian playmaker scored in the return fixture a fortnight ago and was on the mark again, scoring in the 42nd and 78th minutes.

The latter turned out to be the winner after Daryl Horgan had levelled for Dundalk in the 53rd minute.

It left Giuliano as the Irish club's bogeyman once again.

Dundalk centre-back Brian Gartland gave the ball away and Zenit dangerman Aleksandr Kerzhakov...

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Dundalk boss Stephen Kenny hopes European success continues vs. Zenit

Robert Benson puts Dundalk into the lead.
Robbie Benson scored the opener in Dundalk's previous match against Zenit St Petersburg, a 2-1 defeat.

Dundalk could help finance a new stadium from their remarkable run in European football, according to manager Stephen Kenny.

The newly-crowned League of Ireland champions include an electrician and an architect among their ranks as they face off in the snows of Russia against the former UEFA Cup winners Zenit St Petersburg.

The Baltic side boast 17 internationals following expansive support from giant energy company Gazprom and will pose Dundalk's sternest test yet in Thursday night's Europa League...