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Sligo Rovers were held to a 1-1 draw at the Showgrounds as Sean Russell's stunning goal against the run of play hampered the BIt o' Red, until home debutant Rhys McCabe equalised.  Russell scored a stunner on his firt United t to give the Boynesiders the lead early in the second half. But a McCabe goal on his first Showgrounds appearance rescued a point for Rovers who move back out of the drop zone by virtue of a single...
Sligo Rovers welcome Drogheda United to The Showgrounds on Saturday for the final game of the second series of the games in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.The Bit o’ Red are looking to make it back-to-back home wins but must bounce back from a disappointing 4-0 reversal to Derry City last week.In team news, John Russell returns from suspension. Benny Igiehon has received international clearance and could make his debut while Rhys...
Sligo Rovers are back in action this Saturday in The Showgrounds with Drogheda United visiting for a vital encounter, kick-off 7:45pm.Full team news will be available later in the week but there are no suspensions for Rovers, it was confirmed today.Tickets are available at the turnstiles for this SSE Airtricity Premier Division game against Pete Mahon's side.Your support will make a big difference to the team for an important clash in the...
The 2017 Sligo Rovers Summer Camps, sponsored by the Sligo Champion, began last week, as droves of eager young kids made their way to The Showgrounds for a fun filled week of football, laughter and exercise.The Sligo Champion visited the camps on Wednesday last, and will do again this week as week two of the Summer Camps have proven to be the biggest in the clubs history.The Sligo Rovers players visited both the camp and the breakfast club, for...
Rovers U19’s secure the 3 points with a dominant 3-0 victory over Shelbourne F.C in the Showgrounds.The match started a very cagey affair with both sides fighting to see who could make the impact early on, with neither side getting any major chances. There were a lot of hard tackles between both sides, which resulted in Brian Morley being taken off due to injury early on.The first chance of the game went Rovers’ way when in the 23rd...
Sligo Rovers travel to Buncrana on Sunday to take on Derry City in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division  The Bit o' Red secured a much-needed win against Shamrock Rovers last weekend but sit just one point clear of the drop zone in the league. In team news, John Russell is suspended following a red card against the Hoops, but Kyle Callan-McFadden returns from a ban. Rhys McCabe is set for his Rovers debut after signing...
We would like to thank both the Match and Ball Sponsor from last Sundays game against Shamrock Rovers.The Match sponsor was Dunnes Bar, Carrick-On-Shannon. The Ball sponsor was Quay Fitness Studio, Ballina.Below is Paul and Maura Ginty of Quay Fitness with Sligo Rovers Vice Chairman Andy Dodd. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"11283","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"320","width":"480"}}]]Many thanks to...
A New Partnership Deal with Power Right Fire & Security Solutions was announced in April last, and we are delighted to have them on board as our Official Partner Provider of Fire & Security Solutions.  First team players Rhys Mc Cabe, Benny Igiehon & Seamus Sharkey called to the offices of Power Right on Thursday last to show their support for the partnership along with Shane Crossan. Power Right provide employment to...
Liam Martin has today left the Bit o' Red following the mutual cancellation of his contract at The Showgrounds.The winger departs Rovers for personal reasons after 18 months into his second spell at the club. Manager Gerard Lyttle said: "I want to thank Liam for all his efforts with us."He has a tremendous attitude, made a big contribution in his time with us, has put everything into it and I know he will be missed by his team...
The club's Annual Draw took place on Sunday with Antonio Secondino of Grange claiming the top prize of €5,000 in a record total for the fundraiser.Over €60,000 was raised in the draw - giving €55,000 profit for the club - in what was the highest ever total. Manager Gerard Lyttle said "this is a special club and I really mean it" as he reflected on the total while chairman Martin Heraghty paid tribute to the team...

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