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Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce the details of the 2018 Summer Camps, which take place from July 2nd until August 31st. The popular camps are taking place for a total of nine weeks this summer, with each camp running from Monday to Friday inclusive.Once again the camps are sponsored by The Sligo Champion, and our thanks to John and everyone at The Sligo Champion for their continued support and sponsorship of one of the most popular...
As voted by our supporters, the Wehrly Bros player of the month for April John Mahon collected his award from Richard Wehrly on Friday last.John has quickly become a fans favourite in The Showgrounds, after some spectacular performances in the heart of defence for the Bit O’ Red in April.  In second place in the voting was David Cawley who was closely followed by Raffaele Cretaro in third.Once again our thanks to Richard Wehrly for...
Sligo Rovers moved back out of the relegation play-off spot following a scoreless draw with Shamrock Rovers at the Showgrounds.  Following a start which didn't bear much in terms of goal-scoring chances, it was Rovers' Mitchell Beeney who was the first of the two goalkeepers to be called into action. The Chelsea loanee at full stretch to tip Dan Carr's attempt from 20 yards out.  Lewis Morrison was responsible for...
 As preparations continue for the inaugural FAI Women's National U17 League, Sligo Rovers have learned their fate with the groupings confirmed. With the league scheduled to kick off on July 14th, the Bit O'Red girls have been grouped with Athlone Town, Donegal League, Galway Women, Peamount United and Shelbourne Ladies in Group A. The teams will meet twice throughout the season, playing each other home and away. The...
Sligo Rovers take on Shamrock Rovers on Saturday night in The Showgrounds, kick-off 7:45pm. In team news, Patrick McClean is awaiting results of a scan on possible medial ligament damage and is ruled out. Raffaele Cretaro is also ruled out while David Cawley (hamstring) is rated as doubtful. Michael Schlingermann is out with a neck injury. Regan Donelon, Eduardo Pincelli and Seamus Sharkey are available after injuries. Gerard...
The 2017/18 Sligo Rovers Astro League came to a close last week, with the Emmett O Connor Memorial Cup Final taking centre stage in the final game of the season, in what proved to be a memorable and exciting year.Cornview Celtic overcame the challenge of Foleys bar in the final, securing the Emmett O Connor Memorial Cup on a score line of 5-1. It wrapped up a fabulous season for Cornview, who achieved the double by also winning the Premier...
Thomas Byrne scored his first goal for the club on his first league start as St Patrick's Athletic beat Sligo Rovers by two goals to nil in Inchicore.  Dean Clarke had given the Dubliners the lead early in the second half before the Byrne secured what was the Saints' third win on the spin from the penalty spot. Rovers' on-loan full back Calum Waters got his foot behind Conan Byrne's drive at goal to send the ball...
Sligo Rovers play the rescheduled SSE Airtricity Premier Division fixture with St Patrick's Athletic on Tuesday in Richmond Park.The match was twice postponed because of the weather and forms part of five games in 14 days for the Bit O' Red which concludes this Saturday at home to Shamrock Rovers.After reaching the semi-finals of the EA SPORTS Cup last week, Rovers were unfortunate to go down to a 2-1 defeat to Dundalk in Oriel Park as...
Sligo Rovers have been drawn with Derry City in the semi-finals of the EA SPORTS Cup at The Showgrounds.The teams will meet for the second time in four days on Monday, 6 August. Draw: Sligo Rovers v Derry City Cobh Ramblers v Dundalk      
Patrick Hoban's late, late winner broke Sligo Rovers' resistance at Oriel Park as Dundalk returned to winning ways in dramatic fashion.It looked like Ger Lyttle's side had done enough to go back to the west with a point but with 89 minutes on the clock, Hoban glanced home a Dane Massey cross to take his tally to 11 for the season. There was almost time for another late twist and the visitors almost hit back in stoppage time when...

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