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Sligo Rovers face Waterford in The Showgrounds on Saturday night in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.

Rovers go into the game in good form that culminated in a 3-0 win over St Patrick's Athletic.

In team news, Rhys McCabe serves a one-game ban. Gary Boylan is out long-term with an ACL injury while Adam Morgan misses out with an abdominal problem.

Gerard Lyttle said: "It has been a positive break, although we didn't want a disruption...
Captain of ’77 League winning team will be guest at Waterford gameThe captain of the Rovers 1977 League winning team, Graham Fox, will be guest of honour at the Waterford game on Saturday 30th June. He will be joined by manager Billy Sinclair and other members of the ’77 squad.Graham was one of the most accomplished full backs in the league, his resolute defending and excellent passing ability making him a fans’ favourite...
Sligo Rovers can confirm that Ally Roy's loan from Hearts FC has concluded and he has returned to his parent club. Full team news will be posted tomorrow ahead of Saturday's match vs Waterford.
Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce that The Sligo Champion have been confirmed as the sponsor of the clubs summer camps for 2018.The sponsorship has proven to be a huge success in recent years, with Sligo Rovers delighted to have such a strong local brand supporting one of the most popular kids camps in the North-West region.There has been huge demand with bookings for the camps so far, with children registering from all counties in Ireland...
Sligo Rovers can confirm that Under-17 player Seamus Keogh will join Southampton on 1 July. Keogh, who has featured for the club's Under-15 and Under 17 side, moves to the Southampton academy for undisclosed terms.He has captained the Republic of Ireland Under-15 and Under-16 level. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"11972","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"480","width":"322"}}]]Head of...
 Our u19 squad came into the season with the nucleus of the squad coming through the u17 squad from last season, with senior figures like John Mahon, Edward McGinty & Jack Keaney continuing from last season and also adding some first team experience to the group. With the opening game at home to St Patrick’s Athletic postponed to Bit O’ Red travelled to IT Blanchardstown to take on Bohemian FC on day one. A youthful...
 Next week's match with Bray Wanderers in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division has been moved to Sunday 8 July.  It had been scheduled for two days earlier but it will take place Sunday 8 July at 4pm in the Carlisle Grounds
John Mahon collected the Wehrly Bros player of the month award for May earlier this week, collecting the player of the month award for the second successive month.As a result of some heroic performances of late, Mahon has become a fans favourite in The Showgrounds and was also awarded the SSE Airtricity player of the week on Monday last after his performance in the 3-0 victory over St. Patricks Athletic on Friday night.Our thanks to Richard...
Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce that Damon Kearney has been appointed head coach of our women's Under-17 team.Damon brings with him a wealth of experience having been heavily involved in football in the region for a number of years.Damon has been working full time as the Community Football Development Officer for Leitrim with the FAI and Leitrim County Council since 2009.He has extensive experience coaching in football from grassroots...
Clinically taken goals from Patrick McClean, Ally Roy and Jack Keaney earned Sligo Rovers victory at Richmond Park as St Patrick’s Athletic slumped to a fifth successive SSE Airtricity League Premier Division defeat. St Patrick's began reasonably well before it soon went pear-shaped as they had little answer to Sligo's vibrant attack. A loose pass presented St Pat’s with the game’s first chance four minutes in...

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