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Football | The Bohs are back in town

James Talbot pulls off a stunning save to deny Chris Forrester a spectacular opener at Richmond Park #rtesoccer — Soccer Republic (@SoccRepublic) October 18, 2019 Ciaran Kelly forced Talbot into another save four minutes into the second half as Stephen O'Donnell's home side pushed for a breakthrough. Finnerty then put more pressure on Bohs with a rash tackle on Shaw in the 62nd minute, which saw him booked for a second time. Bohs defender Derek Pender cleared Rhys McCabe's effort off the line as St. Pat's threw everything at the Gypsies, but Long's young team held out for a share of the points. The ecstatic travelling supporters invaded the pitch at full time to celebrate the end of the club's European drought. The Bohs are back in Europe.
Bohemians fans pour on to the pitch in Inchicore as their 10 men hold out against the dominant St Patrick's Athletic to secure qualification for next year's Europa League #rtesoccer — Soccer Republic (@SoccRepublic) October 18, 2019 Elsewhere, Cork City made it back-to-back wins with a 1-0 win over rivals Dundalk at Turner's Cross, with Dáire O'Connor netting the winner for the Leesiders in their final home game of the season. Finn Harps beat Waterford 1-0 in Donegal to bag their first win since August, and will now play the winners of Drogheda and Cabinteely in the promotion-relegation play-off. Shamrock Rovers also picked up an impressive 3-0 win away at UCD.
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