Stephen Bradley (Shamrock Rovers) is sent off and his assistant booked as they were not happy with Dan Byrne's challenge on Dylan Watts. They thought it should have been red.
At least four more minutes here.
Aaron Dobbs with a great chance to end Rovers' clean sheet as at the back post he gets to the ball but plays it into the ground bouncing over both Alan Mannus and the crossbar.
Nice spell of pressure from Shels as they are desperate to get back into this game with Harps still winning.
Mark Byrne (Shelbourne) takes a corner-kick that comes all the way to Alex Ceitner who lets fly with a shot just skipping over the crossbar.
Aaron Greene (Shamrock Rovers) scores turning Sean Kavanagh's cross from the left from inside the six yard area. It was the product of a fine passing move with Rhys Marshall, Jack Byrne and Dylan Watts.
Sean Kavanagh (Shamrock Rovers) is booked for taking too long to take a throw. Rovers time wasting already?
Gary Deegan (Shelbourne) is booked. Thought it was harsh as it was a foul on Jack Byrne but not that much in it.
Dangerous cross by Shane Farrell requires Rhys Marshall to put his boot through the ball.
Liam Scales putting his hand on Mark Byrne and he goes down in front of the assistant ref who keeps his flag down but Rob Harvey gives a free. Alex O'Hanlon swings it in but it is too deep.
Jack Brady dives low to stop a lateral cross from Graham Burke reaching Aaron Greene.
Shout for a penalty as ball bounces around in the box with Ciarán Kildfuff and Lee Grace challenging and there was a hint of a handball.
We will have at least one more minute here in the first half.
Mark Byrne (Shelbourne) is booked for a foul on Sean Kavanagh.
Shels sitting off Rovers and then taking their moments to press and press hard hoping to force a mistake.
Jack Byrne (Shamrock Rovers) takes a corner-kick and Dan Byrne is strong enough to hold off Lee Grace for another corner.
One two with Aaron Greene, frees up space for Dylan Watts to shoot but he carries the ball too high just over the bar at the Drumcondra end of the ground.
That is Byrne's ninth of the season in the league - he is one behind Pat Hoban who is top scorer.
Jack Byrne (Shamrock Rovers) scores as he spins Gary Deegan in the centre circle putting the ball through his legs. He ran from his own half and Shels backed off and off and he shot from the edge of the area.
Heavy rain beginning to fall here in Tolka Park.
Shane Farrell with a beautiful touch taking the ball down out of the sky and bringing a teammate in.
Dylan Watts plays a nice pass around the corner to Rhys Marshall. Danger for Shels as he goes into the box. He gets a cross in to Aaron Greene who gets a firm header but it goes over the bar.
Jack Byrne (Shamrock Rovers) takes a corner-kick and he finds Joey O'Brien, back in the team from suspension, at the back post. His header is on target but Jack Brady steps over to his right to catch.
Great save by Jack Brady first saving Aaron Greene effort and getting back up to save Aaron McEneff's follow up.
Alex O'Hanlon goes right through Dylan Watts. Free in for the Hoops.
Karl Sheppard has the ball in the net with a header...but it is offside. Let off for Rovers.
Jack Byrne's loss pass is flicked goalwards by Rhys Marshall but not power on the effort.
4-2-3-1 for Shels. Sean Quinn and Gary Deegan holding for Shels. Kilduff up top.
Oscar Brennan flicks on a free kick but Alan Mannus steps out and catches.
Shels walk across to form a guard of honour for the new champions.
Shels are hoping that Finn Harps don't win at home to Waterford. If that is the case then Shels will be safe whatever happens here.
Neil Doyle is down as the ref but that isn't him out there warming up.
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Evening and welcome to Tolka Park for the final round of league fixtures for this most bizarre season. Shelbourne looking for a win to avoid the relegation play-off while Rovers are looking to go through this 18 game season without a defeat. Macdara Ferris here to take you through the action.