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Sligo Rovers will be back at The Showgrounds for a St. Patrick’s weekend fixture this Saturday night.
Bray Wanderers will be the opposition in the SSE Airtricity League, kick-off 7:45pm.

The game will see Rovers look to take an opening win of the 2017 season in game number five.
Last weekend at The Showgrounds there was a 1-1 draw in a tight game with St. Patrick’s Athletic.
Kieran Sadlier scored the opener in that game, he did so again on...
 The latest edition of the Sligo Rovers matchnight programmes will be on sale at Saturday’s home game with Bray Wanderers. This year’s programme comes in a new look and format, all still for the same price of €4.There plenty of interviews inside including new signing Jonah Ayunga on coming to the Bit o’Red.The honouring of Rovers 1977 team is reviewed.Regular columns return from manager Dave Robertson and chairman...
 Rovers 0-0 BrayPremier Division - ShowgroundsJune 2016Rovers were unlucky not to take all three points from this one as Harry Kenny's Wanderers picked up a vital point on the road. Both sides created goal-scoring chances throughout but failed to capitalise.The game heralded a landmark for Rovers keeper Micheál Schlingermann who made his 150th career appearance on the day. He marked the occasion by pulling off a great stop to deny Dylan...
 Sligo Rovers will be back at The Showgrounds for a St. Patrick’s weekend fixture this Saturday night. Bray wanderers will be the opposition in the SSE Airtricity League, kick-off 7:45pm.To mark the occasion and pay tribute to the country’s patron saint we are giving FREE ADMISSION to anyone with the name Patrick for this game.The relevant photo ID must be shown at the gate to avail of this offer.So if you’re name is...
The Sligo Rovers Astro League presented a cheque to the North-West Hospice on Thursday last, to the value of €528.25.

The fundraiser was held before Christmas, in a competition branded as "beat the keeper". The event took place on our Astro Pitch, with all proceeds donated to the North-West Hospice.

Shane Crossan, league co-ordinator, was delighted with the money raised and said the following "The effort the teams in the Sligo Rovers...
Sligo Rovers were extremely unfortunate not to take at least a point from their trip to Cork on Monday night. A determined Bit O'Red went 1-0 up through a great strike from Kieran Sadlier but were pegged back by the league leaders almost instantly courtesy of a Steven Beattie goal.  Dave Robertson's outfit fought to the end but were foiled by a Sean Maguire winner.  The Rebels were well on top in the opening half but...
 Sligo Rovers face the long trip to Cork City on Monday night in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division. Rovers notched their first point of the season with a 1-1 draw against St Patrick's Athletic on Friday night. The Bit O' Red were unbeaten against the FAI Cup holders in 2016, including a 2-1 win in the away fixture. In team news, Jonah Ayunga returns from a one-game ban. Regan Donelon is a doubt with an ankle problem...
 Sligo Rovers under-19s began the new 2017 season away at Shelbourne. The game, played at the AUL, finished in a 1-1 draw.The Bit o’Red made an ideal start with Jack Keaney scoring with a penalty after just three minutes played.However, Shels got their goal early in the second half as the game then finished as a tie.Rovers starting team: McGinty, O’Brien, Doherty, McCallion, Mahon, Morley, Hannon, Doyle, Keaney, Walsh, Feeney....
 Sligo Rovers were delighted to attend a coffee morning on Friday with Acquired Brain Injury Ireland. ABI were recently chosen as the Bit o’Red’s Charity Partner for the 2017 season.Dave Robertson called into the Resource Centre to meet representatives from ABI.The Centre is located Wolfe Tone Street.A bucket collection was also held for ABI at Rovers first home game of the season against Dundalk.We look forward to working with...
 The members of the 1977 squad received a great welcome from Rovers supporters when they were guests of honour at the Pat’s game on Friday last. 40 years on from their magnificent league title success. At a pre match reception in their honour, Billy Sinclair reflected on this special era in the club’s history, and recalled with great affection the people he had soldiered with who had since passed away, including James Tiernan,...

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