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Greg Cunningham – Cunningham excited by U21 tests

It is a long time since Greg Cunningham sat in a classroom, although his days of learning are far from over – it is just that he focuses on football rather than academics now.

Ronan Finn – Finn’s making all the right moves

Managers never like admitting that there is one opposition player that they instruct their team to give special attention to, but today Ronan Finn is that dangerman to be wary of.

Simon Madden – Home is where the heart is for Madden

There will be more than a few recognisable faces in the crowd when Simon Madden takes a closer look into the stands at Tallaght Stadium ahead of kick-off.

Stephen Rice – Steadying Influence

Stephen Rice knows that nothing is guaranteed in football and that’s why he is paying little attention to the fact Shamrock Rovers have been made favourites for today’s FAI Ford Cup final.

Damian Lynch – Ready and willing to lead by example

Experience counts for a lot when the big games roll around, so St Patrick’s Athletic fans will be pleased to see Damian Lynch leading their team out today.

Owen Heary – Heary targets perfect ending

Bohemians have enjoyed a remarkable season, yet their captain Owen Heary isn’t ready for it to end until he get his hands on the FAI Ford Cup trophy.

Danny Ventre – Sligo’s very own braveheart

Some players epitomise the way a manager wants his team to play football. For Sligo Rovers, Danny Ventre falls into that mould, so it is not that surprising that he is expected to lead The Bit O’Red out today.

Billy Dennehy – Flying winger ready to take flight with Ireland

Billy Dennehy has been one of the stand-out players in the Airtricity League this season and he is hoping to transfer that good form over to the international stage tonight.

Conor Kenna/Gavin Peers – A tale of two defenders

It is quite common for the hardest-working amongst us to not get the kind of praise that they deserve and that is no different in football.

Paul Keegan – Captain’s Log

The ultimate honour for any player is to represent their country, although some get the chance to eclipse that by doing a little more.