Waterford United

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John Martin (Irish Footballer) - Longford Town
... Cup semi final victory against Drogheda United in October 2004 with the winner coming from Seán Dillon in the last minute of extra time ... He won his 2nd trophy for Longford in 2004 after another 2-1 victory against Waterford United in the FAI Cup final at Lansdowne Road ... Longford failed to hit the heights of 2004 but he did manage to hit winning goals against Waterford and former club UCD as Longford finished the season strongly ...
2004 League Of Ireland - League of Ireland Season - Premier Division
... Waterford United, Cork City and Shelbourne ... Waterford United were just three points behind Shelbourne, however, on 18 points ... There was further five-point gap back to third placed Drogheda United ...
Waterford (city) - Sport - Soccer
... Waterford United is a team in the League of Ireland First Division ... Waterford United's origins are as Waterford Football Club which was formed in 1930 and joined the League of Ireland the same year ... The Club which changed its name to United in 1982 played its games in the city's greyhound racing stadium at Kilcohan Park ...
League Of Ireland First Division - Previous Seasons
... Sligo Rovers 1986-87 Derry City (1st title) Shelbourne Drogheda United Longford Town Aleksandar Krstić (Derry City) (18) Derry City Shelbourne 1987-88 Athlone Town (1st title) Cobh Ramblers Finn Harps E.M.F.A ... Finn Harps) (19) Athlone Town Cobh Ramblers 1988-89 Drogheda United (1st title) UCD Bray Wanderers Sligo Rovers Pat O'Connor (Home Farm) (14) Drogheda United UCD ... James's Gate Mick Byrne (Monaghan United) (15) Richie Parsons (Longford Town) (15) Galway United Cobh Ramblers Monaghan United 1993-94 Sligo Rovers (1st title ...
Pat Morley (footballer)
... footballer for Cork City, Shelbourne, Limerick and Waterford United ... A former Celtic trialist Morley made his League of Ireland debut for Waterford United away to Finn Harps on the 25th of November 1984 scoring a hat trick in a 4-1 win ... His father Jackie played for Waterford United where he won 4 League of Ireland titles in the 1970s ...

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