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Vote for Wehrly Bros Jewellers Player of Month for April as Rovers finished the month with one narrow defeat in five matches to champions Cork City and unbeaten in three, including last Monday's 2-1 win over Bray Wanderers. Thanks to Wehrly Bros Jewellers for their support. Poll closes on Monday at 10am.  bike trails
Jack Keaney and Eduardo Pinceli scored their first goals for Sligo Rovers as the Bit O'Red moved to seventh with a 2-1 win over Bray Wanderers at the Showgrounds.  Both men struck late in the first half. Cory Gavin netted late on for Bray, but it wasn't enough for Graham Kelly's charges who are yet to pick up a league win away from the Carlisle Grounds this season.  Pinceli saw his wickedly struck free-kick palmed...
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Sligo Rovers are back in action on Saturday as we welcome Bohemians to The Showgrounds. Rovers secured a 2-1 victory over Bray Wanderers on Monday for our fourth win of the season. Kick-off is 7:45pm on Saturday.Get your tickets here 
We would like to thank both the Match and Match Ball Sponsor from last night’s home game with Bray Wanderers.The Match Sponsor on the night was New Ireland Assurance, while the Match Ball Sponsor was The Broken Jug Ballina.Pictured below are Robert Fitzpatrick and Niall Melvin of New Ireland Assurance presenting the match sponsorship cheque to Brendan Lacken of Sligo Rovers.[[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"11903","...
There are threads that stay with us all through our lives.  A memory of a summer’s day in childhood. The lift to the spirits as you catch sight of Ben Bulben when driving down Pearse Road or the view of Knocknarea from Carraroe hill.  Sligo Rovers Football Club is another of the mystical imponderables that attract and define us.On the last evening of the collection for 'Up The Bit O’ Red’ inside The...
Sligo Rovers defender John Mahon wants the Bit O’ Red to make it hard for visiting teams again as they prepare for the visit of Bray Wanderers at The Showgrounds on Monday. The Collooney man made his first league appearance in the 0-0 draw with St Patrick’s Athletic and followed it up in the 1-1 with Waterford last week. He performed admirably on both occasions and looks set to feature again on Monday He said: “...
Sligo Rovers welcome Bray Wanderers to The Showgrounds on Monday night in the SSE Airtricity League.Rovers were 2-1 winners over the Seagulls earlier in the season and go into the game on the back of draws with St Patrick’s Athletic and Waterford FC.In team news, Kyle Callan-McFadden, David Cawley and Adam Morgan serve one-game suspensions. Patrick McClean and Gary Boylan are doubtful with injury.Michael Schlingermann is ruled out with...
A resolute Sligo Rovers side dug in for a 1-1 draw with Waterford at the RSC on Friday night.The Blues had taken an early lead through an own goal from returning Sligo skipper Kyle Callan-McFadden but Raffaele Cretaro's header right at the conclusion of the opening half ensured the visitors would make the long-journey home with at least a point.Waterford had an ideal start in the seventh minute when Paul Keegan's in-swinging corner...
Sligo Rovers take on Waterford on Friday night at the RSC in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.

After three good performances Rovers make the long trip south for the first time since an FAI Cup clash in 2013.

In team news, Adam Morgan, Seamus Sharkey and Rhys McCabe are doubtful because of injury. Michael Schlingermann (injury) and David Cawley (suspended) are definitely out. Captain Kyle Callan-McFadden returns from injury.

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