Which of these great Irish goals was your favorite?

This Friday we saw one of the great all time goals in Irish football scored in a fantastic game between Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk. Rovers won 3 – 2, but Jordan Flores stole the headlines with an incredible finish. So we’re taking three goals, one from the League of Ireland, one from the internationals, and one from the Women’s National League from recent years and are letting you pick your favorite.

Jordan Flores (Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers 2020)

Starting with the most recent, have a look at this incredible athleticism.

Wes Hoolahan (Ireland v Sweden 2016)

A classic from a man who was at one time everybodies favorite Ireland player. Take a moment to appreciate how Wes himself started the move by taking a quick throw-in.

Stephanie Roche (Peamount v Wexford Youths 2013)

The first ever women’s player to make the top 3 of the Puskas awards. Amazing technique that got a lot of attention on the Women’s National League.

Vote here to let us know which of these goals was your favorite:

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This Friday we saw one of the great all time goals in Irish football scored in a fantastic game between Shamrock Rovers and Dundalk. Rovers won 3 – 2, but Jordan Flores stole the headlines with an incredible finish. So we’re taking three goals, one from the League of Ireland, one from the internationals, and one from the Women’s National League from recent years and are letting you pick your favorite.

Jordan Flores (Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers 2020)

Starting with the most recent, have a look at this incredible athleticism.

Wes Hoolahan (Ireland v Sweden 2016)

A classic from a man who was at one time everybodies favorite Ireland player. Take a moment to appreciate how Wes himself started the move by taking a quick throw-in.

Stephanie Roche (Peamount v Wexford Youths 2013)

The first ever women’s player to make the top 3 of the Puskas awards. Amazing technique that got a lot of attention on the Women’s National League.

Never miss an episode of our domestic football podcast Get Your Bleak On, covering League of Ireland and Women’s National League every Thursday. Search Post to Post Sport wherever you get podcasts. You can also get our Irish rugby series Provincial Jazz on Tuesdays.

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This Weeks League of Ireland Predictions

Here’s how we think the League of Ireland games will go this weekend, with the first Monday round of the season.

Phil of Forgotten Clubs:

Premier Division

Derry 0-1 Finn Harps

Shels 0-3 Dundalk

Sligo 1-1 St Pats

Waterford 1-0 Bohs

Shamrock Rovers 3-0 Cork

Bohs 2-1 Sligo

Dundalk 3-1 Cork

St Pats 1-1 Derry City

Waterford 1-2 Shamrock

Finn Harps 1-1 Shels

First Division

Cabinteely 0-2 Bray

Galway P-P Athlone Town

Wexford 1-2 UCD

Cobh 1-1 Drogheda

Longford 4-1 Shamrock Rovers 2

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Premier Division

Derry 1-1 Finn Harps

Shels 1-2 Dundalk

Sligo 0-1 St Pats

Waterford 1-2 Bohs

Shamrock Rovers 4-1 Cork

Bohs 1-0 Sligo

Dundalk 4-0 Cork

St Pats 2-0 Derry City

Waterford 2-2 Shamrock Rovers

Finn Harps 1-0 Shels

First Division

Cabinteely 0-3 Bray

Galway P-P Athlone Town

Wexford 3-3 UCD

Cobh 2-2 Drogheda

Longford 5-0 Shamrock Rovers 2

Don’t miss our domestic football podcast Get your Bleak On every Thursday.

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