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Manager Ian Baraclough was full of praise for his players after the 3-0 win over UCD in the UCD Bowl on Friday night in the Airtricity Premier Division, describing it as a “delight to watch”.Rovers made it five wins and a draw from the last six games with this comprehensive victory in Dublin and following Dundalk's defeat to St Patrick's Athletic, the Bit o' Red are just two points behind the Lilywhites.  Ian...
Sligo Rovers passed their College exam with flying colours, earning a 3-0 victory at The UCD Bowl thanks to second half goals from Kieran Djilali and Joseph Ndo.Following a first half where chances were few and far between, Sligo took the lead on 50 minutes with a wonder strike from Kieran Djilali. A cross from Aaron Greene was only half-cleared by the UCD defence and when it dropped to Djilali he made no mistake with a dipping volley past...
After wins in the last two games against Bohemians and Derry City, Sligo Rovers can make it three wins in a row against UCD on Friday night. It happened was in the 10-game winning streak that began the season. The other run was in June and July and also included a win over UCD as well as beating Shelbourne and Limerick. The Bit o’ Red are also unbeaten in five games which is the best run since a seven game undefeated spell ended...
Sligo Rovers can confirm ticket details for the upcoming FAI Ford Cup semi-final with Shamrock Rovers in The Showgrounds.The match will be all-ticket, kick-off is 3:55pm on Sunday October 6. Tickets go on general sale to all supporters tomorrow, Friday 20 September, from 12pm to 7pm in The Showgrounds.Sales continue from Monday 23 September to Wednesday 25 September from 12pm to 7pm in The Showgrounds.Adult tickets are €15, students...
Sligo Rovers travel to Dublin on Friday for an Airtricity League clash with UCD in the UCD Bowl.

The Bit o’ Red trail leaders St Patrick’s Athletic and Dundalk by five points ahead of the trip to Belfield.

Rovers have won 12 of the last 14 matches against the Students.

However, manager Ian Baraclough tasted defeat for the first time in the league in a 1-0 loss against the Students last May.

This season Rovers have taken two wins out...
The match between Sligo Rovers and Shelbourne scheduled for next Saturday 28 September in The Showgrounds has been moved to the previous night, Friday 27 September, at 7.45pm.Rovers were due to face Cork City on Saturday 5 October but because of the FAI Cup semi-final with Shams, the clash with the Rebels will be on Monday 30 September at 7:45pm.  These are two key matches in the league run-in in the space of three days as part of an...
Sligo Rovers can confirm the FAI Ford Cup semi-final clash with Shamrock Rovers will take place on Sunday 6 October at 3:55pm in The Showgrounds.Tickets will go on sale later this week with finalised details set to be announced by the club shortly. The match will be all-ticket.  Rovers manager Ian Baraclough said after the draw: "It is a mouth-watering tie. We knew before the draw that there was no easy game and no matter which...
Today marks the 85th anniversary of the formation of Sligo Rovers Football Club.Through eight and a half decades, the club has had highs, lows, success, adversity, joy, heartbreak and countless more emotions that tell a unique story in the game. This week we want you to share your stories. Tell us your favourite memories, the great moments, the standout occasions, the special characters and the reason, in your opinion, Sligo Rovers is an...
 Sligo Rovers will play Shamrock Rovers in the FAI Ford Cup semi-finals. The tie will take place on Sunday 6th October in The Showgrounds.  Finalised information, including ticket details, will be available later this week. Rovers manager Ian Baraclough said: "It is a mouth-watering tie. We knew before the draw that there was no easy game and no matter which team we faced, it would be a difficult prospect. ...
Sligo Rovers Under-19s recorded their second win of the Under-19 season with a 2-0 success over Drogheda United in Hunky Dorys Park on Saturday.Ruairi Keating hit a double as Rovers made it two wins from five games in the campaign. There were two changes to the Rovers side that were beaten by Bray last week. Gary Armstrong and Jake Dykes came in for Ryan McManus and Michael Casey.  Keating opened the scoring on 11 minutes...

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