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Date Time League Season
30 April 2022 1:00 pm LOI Women's Premier Division 2022

Match Report

Leaders Peamount draw with ninth placed Bohs

This Dublin derby yielded fireworks in PRL Park with WNL leaders Peamount United drawing 1-1 with ninth place Bohemians.

Lisa Murphy drew blood first for The Gypsies in the first half, but it was a penalty at the boot of Stephanie Roche that ensured the sides shared the spoils.

It will feel as if it is two points dropped for James O’Callaghan’s women given the title race thickens with main rivals Shelbourne, although for Bohs the result was hard earned but fair and they will hope they can carry the momentum into their upcoming clashes.

Against the run of play it was Bohs who hit the back of the net first. Reflective of their season so far, they proved their tenacity from corner kicks to find Murphy in the box who then looped the ball over Niamh Reid Burke and into the bottom right of the goal in the 26th minute.

Dora Gorman and Kira Bates Crosbie had a dangerous collision of heads around the 40th minute, forcing United into replacing Gorman with Lauren Kelly just before halftime.

It remained 1-0 all the way until the break, with the next goal not surfacing until the 62nd minute. There Murphy again found herself amid the action, fouling Roche in the box with a sliding tackle and inflicting a penalty into the game as a result.

The Puskas goal nominated player then converted her own chance from the spot, equalising the match at 1-1 with plenty of time remaining.

Jetta Berrill entered the fray for Peas in the 58th minute in replace of Alannah McEvoy and enjoyed a few half chances, although couldn’t get the ball fully under control to get a proper shot off.

A winner wasn’t to come to fruition however.  The final whistle concluded the affair at 1-1 despite Peamount’s late push, the highlight of which saw Roche throw a superb effort towards goal but a brilliant save by Rachael Kelly kept it out.

Next up Peas battle it out with reigning champions Shelbourne, while the north Dublin outfit aspire to continue their form versus Treaty United.

  • 94'

    Roche with a late opportunity but its a great save by Kelly

  • 90'

    5 minutes added time

  • 89'

    Finnegan off for Bohs, Tobin Jones on

  • 86'

    Only a few minutes left at PRL Park, still equal at 1-1

  • 83'

    Fiona Ryan on, Murray off due to an injury

  • 82'

    Murphy freekick, it skips over Moloney but also the endline. Goalkick

  • 80'

    McLaughlin off, Tara O'Hanlon on

  • 76'

    Corner to Bohs

  • 75'

    Kelly comes off her line to collect as she has often done in this match

  • 73'

    Bohs sub. Robinson on for Taylor, Kane off for Phipps

  • 71'

    O'Gorman picks out Berrill but similar to her earlier chance she can't quite bring it down

  • 64'

    Roche locates Berrill in the box but she can't control it

  • 62'

    Roche equalises off the pens

  • 61'

    Penalty to Peamount after Murphy fouls Roche

  • 60'

    Goalkick to Peas

  • 58'

    Alanna McEvoy off, Berrill on for Peas

  • 54'

    Roche's freekick comes off the crossbar

  • 50'

    Another freekick to the visitors, further up the pitch this time!

  • 50'

    Freekick to Bohs just inside the Peamount half. Murphy to take

  • Second half underway!

  • 47'

    The first half has come to a close, Bohs 1-0 Peas. Murphy headed it in off a Finnegan corner!

  • 47'

    Corner to Bohs

  • 45'

    Doyle with a long range shot on the half volley but it's saved by Kelly

  • 45'

    3 minutes added time announced!

  • 42'

    Gorman has to come off injured, she'll be replaced by Lauren Kelly in the centre of midfield

  • 40'

    Gorman and Bates Crosbie collide heads and there's a stoppage

  • 38'

    Murphy fouls O'Gorman

  • 35'

    McEvoy and McLaughlin have switched sides for Peas

  • 35'

    Slight stoppage after an injury

  • 31'

    Gorman with the wide ball

  • 31'

    Duggan tries to find McLaughlin on the left but the situation is handled by Brophy

  • 31'

    Duggan tries to find McLaughlin on the left but the situation is handled by Brophy

  • 29'

    Peas corner dealt with by Kelly

  • 26'

    Goal! Murphy puts Bohs ahead at PRL Park with a header

  • 25'

    Peas fairly dominant here right from the off. Bohs having to play the ball long to counteract the constant pressure they are under

  • 22'

    We've just received the Bohs line up, you can find it if you click that section!

  • 19'

    Appears to be quite wet conditions in PLR park today

  • 13'

    LOITV stream back up and running!

  • 10'

    Shot on target from Bronagh Kane

  • 6'

    Six minutes surpassed and Peamount are looking to enact an attacking style today. Playing with a three at the back and using the wings

  • 1'

    The stream appears to be down on LOITV at the minute but the game has kicked off

  • It's free and live to watch on LOITV from 1pm, with live updates here on FinalWhistle.ie throughout. We'll bring you the teams as soon as they are released!

  • The last time the Gypsies and Peas met was in round 22 of last year. There, last year’s runner ups put three goals past Bohs and secured them the win, thanks to strikes from Stephanie Roche, Tiegan Ruddy and Karen Duggan.

  • Their latest match concluded in a 3-0 defeat in Dalymount, where Jenna Slattery, Emma Starr and Shauna Brennan dazzled for the Alan Murphy managed Galway WFC. In more positive news however, Abbi Brophy’s move to right back has been a godsend for the north Dublin team as she’s pulled off 63 interceptions so far in the 2022 season.

  • Bohs on the other hand find themselves at ninth in the table after the eighth series, on five points. This total is one behind Cork City on six but five ahead of their closest chaser, Treaty United, who are yet to pick up a point this season.

  • The Girls in Green are the most dominant team in the league in nearly every attacking category with 148 shots on goal, 154 crosses, 159 touches in the penalty area and 49 corners so far this year. These along with their impeccable goals and assist record sees them lead the table on 18 points, closely followed by big rivals Shelbourne on the same points accumulation.

  • James O’Callaghan’s side are coming in red hot to this one, beating Cork City 8-1 in their most recent outing. Their captain Aine O’Gorman put on a stellar performance where she netted five goals, with the remainder bagged by Karen Duggan, Stephanie Roche and Alanna McEvoy.

  • Top of the league Peamount United welcome ninth place Bohemians to PRL Park this afternoon, with kick off at 1pm. My name is Alanna Cunnane and I'll be bringing you today's match commentary!

Peamount Utd

1Niamh Reid-Burke Goalkeeper
2Lauryn O’Callaghan Defender
3Tiegan Ruddy Midfielder
4Dora Gorman 15 Midfielder
5Chloe Moloney Defender
8Sadhbh Doyle Midfielder
9Alannah McEvoy 7 Forward
10Stephanie Roche Forward 62'
11Aine O’Gorman Forward
16Karen Duggan Midfielder
20Erin McLaughlin 18 Forward
Summer Lawless Goalkeeper
Scarlett Herron Midfielder
7Jetta Berrill 9 Midfielder
15Lauren Kelly 4 Forward
18Tara O’Hanlon 20 Defender
21Michelle Doonan Forward
22Sarah Duke Power Defender
24Rebekah Carroll Defender

Bohemians

20Rachael Kelly Goalkeeper
2Annemarie Byrne Defender
5Isobel Finnegan 14 Forward
6Lisa Murphy Midfielder 26'
7Kira Bates Crosbie Midfielder
8Ciara Maher Defender
11Abbie Brophy Forward
13Sinead Taylor 12 Forward
16Danielle Murray 15 Defender
17Katie Lovely Defender
18Bronagh Kane 24 Forward
12Aoife Robinson 13 Forward
24Lara Phipps 18 Midfielder
15Fiona Ryan 16 Defender
14Hannah Tobin Jones 5

Past Meetings

(Series 22)
0 - 3
LOI Women's Premier Division
Oscar Traynor Centre

Bohemian FC v Peamount United

(Series 13)
2 - 0
LOI Women's Premier Division
PRL Park

Peamount United v Bohemian FC

(Series 4)
0 - 3
LOI Women's Premier Division
Oscar Traynor Centre

Bohemian FC v Peamount United

(Series 4)
0 - 3
LOI Women's Premier Division
Dalymount Park

Bohemian FC v Peamount United

Ground

PRL Park
Club House, College Road, Greenogue Business Park, Rathcoole ED, County Dublin, Leinster, D24 R9YX, Ireland

Alanna is currently pursuing her studies in journalism at Dublin City University and writes regularly for her local media outlets in Sligo.