Astro League To Commence Next Week

The 2017/18 Sligo Rovers Astro league season kicks off next week, with 13 teams registered for the popular night league. 

The format of the league is quite similar to the Scottish Premiership, with each team playing eachother once, with the league split in two divisions there after, being a top and bottom division. 

Matches are held every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday nights with members of the public welcome to attend. 

Teams who have registered for the new season are as follows: Bald Eagles, Ballymote Celtic, Bourbon Bar, Calry, Cornview Celtic, Foleys Bar, Forrest Celtic, GSS, Inter Inferno FC, Sally Gardens, Strand Celtic, STSG and finally The White Gorillas. 

League Co-ordinator, Shane Crossan, spoke ahead on the start of the new season and said the following "I am rellly excited ahead of the new season, it has the making of being the most competitive Sligo Rovers Astro league to date. A heartful thank-you to each team for their commitment and support of the league and indeed the club as a whole. I am really looking forward to next week as we can finally get games of football played after a long off season." 

If any players are interested in joining a team or indeed if anybody would like more information on the league, you can contact Shane at the club on 071-9171212. 

 

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