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 Sligo Rovers main sponsor Connollys Volkswagen presented keys to a new Volkswagen to new manager Gerard Lyttle. Lyttle visited Connollys at their Carraroe showroom to receive the cars.  Manager Gerard Lyttle pictured below with Neil Connolly of Connollys Volkswagen. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"11230","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"320","width":"480"}}]][[{"type":"media","...
 Thanks to all who have supported our Annual Draw helping the total rasied so far to €10,000. Support has come from all over the world and we are particularly thankful to one fan in Brisbane, Australia for buying 50 tickets. Our sellers will be out door-to-door in the Sligo region this week and all support is highly appreciated.The draw is once again headlined by a top prize of €5,000 in cash. That, along with nine other...
 The North-West Hospice Cup Final will be contested at The Showgrounds between Manor Rangers and Ballisodare United on Saturday 10th June, kick-off 7:45. This promises to be a great night on the last game of the season that sees all the proceeds going to the North-West Hospice.  The Sligo-Leitrim DSL are indebted to Sligo Rovers their Management Staff and volunteers for giving of their time and efforts for this most worthy of...
 Sligo Rovers can confirm that Declan McIntyre has departed the club by mutual consent. McIntyre has been assistant manager for the last 18 months and recently acted as caretaker manager. He also had previous spells in playing and coaching roles with Rovers. All at the club thank him for his contributions and wish him the very best in his future career.       
 17th April 2017Harps 0-1 RoversEA Sports CupFinn ParkSligo Rovers advanced to the quarter-final of the EA Sports Cup following a hard worked 1-0 win over Finn Harps in Ballybofey two months ago. Mathew Stevens netted the game's only goal in the 115th minute of the game after 25 minutes was added on due to unfortunate injuries to Harps' Harry Doherty and Packie Mailey. 27th August 2010Harps 0-1 Rovers FAI CupFinn...
 'I have played in the Showgrounds a few times on the opposing side when the place is packed and I can tell you that it does make a difference and I hope that we will have a good crowd for the game against Harps' says Rovers man of the moment Mick Leahy who has scored three goals in his last three games which is all the more impressive given that he is a centre half.  Leahy is happy to be among the goals but says he would be...
Sligo Rovers manager Gerard Lyttle is challenging his players to turn draws into wins after some positive results on the road last month as the Bit O' Red welcome Finn Harps to The Showgrounds on Friday night. Points picked up in Drogheda, St Pat's and Bray Wanderers have been secured with come from behind results for Lyttle's men, while they suffered defeats to Dundalk and Cork after a home win over Limerick.  The...
Sligo Rovers host neighbours Finn Harps on Friday night in the SSE Airtricity Premier in The Showgrounds. A big crowd is expected as Rovers and Harps clash in a game that could have a big say in both clubs' seasons.  Rovers will be without Daniel Kearns (thigh) and Liam Martin (ankle). Kearns is expected to return in the middle of this month, but Martin will be out for up to five weeks with the knock sustained in Bray. ...
 Ejs Paddy Conlon Cup - Sunday 4th June, 2pm - McSharry ParkIt is now 20 years since Summerhill College won the All Ireland Senior cup in '97 and we have decided to mark the occasion with a game against the latest and next Summerhill team to win it which was the back to back winning team of '12/'13.Paddy Conlon was a valued member of that panel in '97 and as we know we sadly lost Paddy far too early in life back in 2013. We...
Michael Leahy scored a brace as Sligo Rovers twice came from behind to earn a deserved point at the Carlisle Grounds. Central defender Leahy had scored the equaliser at St Patrick’s Athletic a fortnight ago. And he used his head again, and on the double this time, to salvage a draw in a rollercoaster game on the north Wicklow coast after goals from Aaron Greene and Dylan Connolly had twice put Bray in front. The point lifts...

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