Gareth O'Reilly

Chief Editor / Reporter
  • Start Date: June 2, 2013
  • Article Count: 541

Gareth O'Reilly’s Biography

Gareth is the Editor of Extratime.ie. Gareth began as a normal reporter covering games all over Dublin before being asked to help out with behind the scene activities and eventually moving into the role of Editor prior to the start of the 2016 season. Some have said this was a seemless transition taking over from our owner and chief who shares the same great name.

Gareth has covered many games both male and female and even has experience covering underage tournaments such as the Galway Cup. Gareth has also attended many high profile internationals such as Ireland's famous win over Germany back in 2015. Where were you when Shane Long put the ball in the Germans net?

Gareth also had the pleasure of being part of the Extratime Team that traveled to France in the summer of 2016 to cover the European Championships. A truly memorable experience.

Today, Gareth isn't seen in as many press boxes as he once was as his time is mostly spent locked in a dark room also known as Extratime HQ where he busily runs the madness that is Extratime's Friday nights operation. He will also upload many articles throughout the week while also dealing with the PRO's of League of Ireland clubs on a daily basis. Ongoing recruitment is also high on Gareth's list of roles and if you are interested in getting involved don't forget to e-mail him at ExtratimeLive@gmail.com

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St Patrick's Athletic line up before their 2-0 defeat at the hands of CSKA Sofia.

Two St Patrick's Athletic players suffer racist abuse during CSKA Sofia loss

Suspension List Issued - June 17/18th

Match officials Appointed - June 17th/18th

Sam Long in action for Drogheda

Sam Long and Sean Roughan return to Lincoln after spell with Drogheda

New Bohs signing John O'Sullivan

John O'Sullivan completes move from Accrington Stanley to sign for Bohs

The now former Waterford manager Kevin Sheedy.

Waterford part company by mutual consent with Kevin Sheedy and Mike Newell

Will fans be allowed into the upcoming Euro games in Dublin?

FAI officially inform UEFA of no guarantee around specator attendance at Euro 2020 games in Dublin

RTE sport pundits Alan Cawley and Stuart Byrne.

Dublin derby among two games added to RTE TV schedule for April

FAI and WNT encourage grassroots club to get involved with new Uefa C License courses

Who is excited for this evening's action?

Live updates - Friday 2nd April 2021

Bray make three additions to First Division squad

Caelin Rooney is the latest addition to the Cobh squad ahead of the new season.

Cobh Ramblers secure former Ipswich Town player Caelin Rooney

Charlie Smith is back with Wexford for another season.

Charlie Smith re-signs with Wexford for 2021

John Egan wins a header for the Republic of Ireland.

John Egan set to miss upcoming qualifiers as he is ruled out for eight weeks

Protocol B will allow for easier substituting of suspected head injuries.

New concussion protocol to be introduced in upcoming League of Ireland and Women's National League seasons

Manager Kris Lindsey departs Dungannon Swifts by mutual consent

Shannon Parbat in action for Treaty United last season.

Shannon Parbat re-signs with Treaty Utd

Darragh Power defends against Dundalk's David McMillian.

Darragh Power and Tunmise Sobowale commit to Waterford for 2021 season

Henry Ochieng in action last season for then Premier Division side Cork City.

Former Cork City midfielder Henry Ochieng signs for Watford

Conor Masterson in action for the Republic of Ireland under-21s against Iceland.

Ireland u21 defender Conor Masterson moves to Swindon on loan

Val Adedokun

Val Adedokun signs new 2 year deal with Dundalk

Simon Power in action during his time with UCD.

Former UCD winger Simon Power joins Harrogate Town

Warren O'Hora competes for the ball during his time with Bohemians.

Warren O’Hora swaps Brighton for MK Dons

Eoin Teggart reunites with Cliftonville as he joins on loan from Portsmouth

Jordan Gibson in action for St Patrick's Athletic.

Jordan Gibson swaps Pats for Sligo ahead of new season

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