New round of suspensions announced in SSE Airtricity Leagues

Suspensions a-plenty this week

Suspensions a-plenty this week Credit: Eddie Lennon (ETPhotos)

The Football Association of Ireland has released the latest suspension list following the most recent round of fixtures in the SSE Airtricity Men's Premier Division, Women's Premier Division, and Men's First Division.

Men's Premier Division

Several key players in the Men's Premier Division will be missing from the pitch in the upcoming matches due to suspensions.

Shamrock Rovers will face a tough challenge with four key players serving suspensions. Neil Farrugia, Sean Hoare, Richard Towell and Johnny Kenny are the players in question. Farrugia and Kenny have a single match remaining to serve due to accumulated yellow cards and a red card incident respectively. Hoare, who received a red card, also has one game remaining to serve, while Towell will be missing for the next three games due to a red card.

James McManus from Bohemians and Sadou Diallo from Derry City will both miss the next game due to accumulated yellow cards.

Sligo Rovers and St. Patrick's Athletic will both miss a key player due to red card offences. John Mahon from Sligo Rovers and Jake Mulraney from St. Patrick's Athletic both have one and three games left on their respective suspensions.

Jack Keaney of UCD also faces a one-game suspension due to accumulated yellow cards.

Women's Premier Division

In the Women's Premier Division, Shelbourne's Noelle Murray is set to serve a one-match suspension due to accumulated yellow cards.

Men's First Division

The Men's First Division will also see several key players missing from upcoming matches due to suspensions.

Ben O'Riordan from Treaty United and Gerard Shortt from Bray Wanderers both received red cards. O'Riordan has one match left to serve, while Shortt will sit out for the next three games.

Niall O'Keeffe from Waterford and both Harry Groome and Cole Omorehiomwan from Bray Wanderers are also due to serve a one-match ban due to an accumulation of yellow cards.

Longford Town's staff member, Gavin Peers, continues to serve his suspension after receiving a red card and will miss one more match.