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Ger O'Brien

# ger-obrien - Friday 28 February, 2014

From The Score Saints duo O’Brien and Clarke lead NUI Maynooth to first ever Collingwood success College Football

Saints duo O’Brien and Clarke lead NUI Maynooth to first ever Collingwood success

The Kildare man overcame NUI Galway at the UCD Bowl this evening.

# ger-obrien - Friday 5 July, 2013

From The Score VIDEO: Ger O’Brien’s scorcher and all the other goals from St Pat’s Europa draw Take A Bow

VIDEO: Ger O’Brien’s scorcher and all the other goals from St Pat’s Europa draw

The visitors are still very much in the tie, thanks to a moment of late inspiration from the defender.

# ger-obrien - Thursday 25 April, 2013

From The Score St Pat’s fans, here’s the first look at your new jersey sponsor Supporting LOI

St Pat’s fans, here’s the first look at your new jersey sponsor

Clune Construction will be the Saints’ main sponsor for 2013.

# ger-obrien - Monday 12 November, 2012

From The Score League of Ireland star Ger O’Brien to auction James McClean’s poppy-less Sunderland jersey Ger O'Brien

# ger-obrien - Thursday 1 November, 2012

From The Score O’Brien keen to bridge Pat’s generation gap FAI Ford Cup Final

O’Brien keen to bridge Pat’s generation gap

St Pat’s defender Ger O’Brien won’t let himself be distracted ahead of Sunday’s FAI Cup Final.

# ger-obrien - Tuesday 22 May, 2012

From The Score Barstooler: 5 big talking points from last weekend’s Airtricity League action Airtricity League

Barstooler: 5 big talking points from last weekend’s Airtricity League action

If you’re stuck for something to say when chatting about domestic football, here’s this week’s round-up of semi-intelligent points.

# ger-obrien - Friday 6 April, 2012

From The Score Column: What’s loyalty got to do with it? Airtricity League

Column: What’s loyalty got to do with it?

The League of Ireland’s boo boys need to shut it. Players moving clubs isn’t as big a deal as it seems, writes Niall Kelly.