Sid is the newest member of the web team and is responsible for the recent redesign and overhaul of the official Bohemian FC website.
See Sid’s own website and portfolio at http://www.simonalcock.com
Eddie Lennon (Photographer)
Eddie, a fan for over 10 years, provides images for use on the website, the programme and many other outlets to promote the club.
He has been shooting sporting events for several years on a freelance basis, he holds accreditation from the FAI for both international and domestic league soccer, and he is also a registered press photographer with UEFA.
Eddie is a member of the International Sports Press Association and Association of Sports Journalists in Ireland.
Kevin Fagan (Reporter)
Kevin is a lifelong Bohs supporter and a regular contributor of previews and match reports to bohemians.ie. Kevin was first lifted over the Dalymount turnstiles as a three-year-old in 1992.
And within weeks, he was insisting on being called “Little Lee, who is three” after his initial favourite player, Lee King.
One of his earliest Bohs memories is Warren Parkes scoring an instant substitute equaliser against Shamrock Rovers, then looking on in disbelief as Parkes gleefully danced in front of the away end. He likes to recreate the ‘Parkesy Jig’ in press boxes across the country when Bohs score.
His highlight as a Bohs fan was convincing his dad and brother not to go home at half-time of a certain 6-4 win in Santry in 2001. His favourite Bohs player of all time is, of course, Our Lord and Saviour – Kevin Hunt. Kevin has an MA in Journalism from Independent Colleges and also contributes to the Evening Herald, www.campus.ie and www.extratime.ie. Follow him on Twitter @Kev_Fagan89.
Gary Keating (Graphic artist)
Jamie O’Halleron (Cameraman)
Jamie regularly films and edits post-match interviews with manager Aaron Callaghan and players for bohemians.ie.
His father, a Drums fan, was just relieved that it was Bohs and not Rovers that Jamie chose to support – his first game watching the Gypsies was the 1992 FAI Cup final victory on TV.
It was tough growing up in Tallaght following Bohs, but he would always make a point of wearing his Bohs scarf to school… even when it was sunny! Also known as Ballyliffin Bohs, Jamie’s fondest memory is presenting Fergal Harkin with a commemorative plaque after his final league game in Dalymount.
Though his day job is in finance, he studied film in Colaiste Dhulaigh, and his filmography can be found onimdb.com.
Robert O’Reardon (Reporter)
Robert is a regular contributor to match reports to bohemians.ie.
His first Bohemians match was a cup tie against St Mochta’s in 2000 in which Bohs won 2-0. His favourite Bohs memory was the 4-0 win against Shamrock Rovers at Dalymount Park earlier this season.
Robert is currently studying Business and IT at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown. He also contributes to his own blog.
Luke O’Riordan (Webmaster)
Luke was first brought along to a Bohs game by his brother in 1993 – a Leinster Senior Cup final against Shamrock Rovers. He has no recollection of the game, but apparently there was a riot and Pat Fenlon, who would later become one of his club idols, scored the Bohs winner.
Luke’s favourite player growing up was Derek Swan… and he is rumoured to have stalked Swanny at Ascot Dry Cleaners on an almost daily basis while walking home from his primary school.
One of his earliest Bohs memories is being rebuked by his brother for playing with stones on the terrace while apparently having no interest in what was happening on the pitch.
His highlight as a supporter is persuading his parents, when he was just 12, to have the family summer holiday in Scotland, funnily enough coinciding with a certain epic Bohs victory at Pittodrie.
Luke is a sub-editor on the sports desk of the Irish Sun and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ciaran Priestly (Club historian)
Cillian Shields (Reporter)
Brian Trench (Media Relations Officer).
Brian was previously the club’s PRO and a member of the board.
A supporter of Bohemians since 1982, when he moved into Broadstone, Brian introduced his son and daughter at early ages to the joys and sorrows of following Bohs.
He has been a journalist for 40 years and a lecturer in journalism and communications for 20 years.