Bragging rights in County Louth firmly belong to Drogheda United at the moment.
Tim Clancy’s side are five-points ahead of Dundalk following last night’s 3-1 win at home to St. Pat’s.
Dundalk have gone three games without a win after their 1-1 draw at Finn Harps.
This evening sees leaders Shamrock Rovers welcome Derry City to Tallaght Stadium.
And a resurgent Bohemians go to Longford.
UCD stay top of the First Division despite a goalless draw with Cork City at Belfield.
Treaty United moved level on points with third placed Athlone courtesy of a 1-nil win at home to the Midlands side.
Bray made it back-to-back wins with a 3-nil defeat of Cabinteely.
While an injury time David Hurley goal gave Galway a 1-nil win at home to Wexford.