AUDIO: John Caulfield Post 2-1 Defeat to Dundalk
We got the reaction of John O'Flynn and John Caulfield after tonight's disappointing 2-1 loss to Dundalk. It marked the first defeat for the Rebel Army at Turners Cross this season, and see's the Lilywhites open up a six point advantage at the top of the table. Dundalk took the lead in the 15th minute thanks to a Richie Towell strike, while a 6,000 strong support at the Cross waited until the 85 minute mark for Billy Dennehy's free kick to reach his brother Darren, to net the equaliser. Most in attendance would have settled for a draw at that stage, however just a minute later Dundalk sealed all three points with the winner through Brian Gartland. Hear from O'Flynn and Caulfield on the Big Red Bench from 6pm tomorrow, and click PLAY above to hear some brief reaction from Caulfield on one of the biggest talking points of the night - the Referee!!!!
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