POS nominees announced

 

One of the highlights of Sligo Rovers’ End of Season Awards Night in the Clarion Hotel, Sligo on Saturday 29th October will be the presentation of the Senior and Young Player of the Year.

The club is grateful to the local sports journalists in the Sligo Champion, Sligo Weekender and Ocean FM for nominating four players in the two categories, and now it is over to our supporters to decide who will win the award.

The nominations are:

Senior Player of the Year                                  Young Player of the Year

  • Rafaele Cretaro                                            - Tobi Adebayo-Rowling
  • Jimmy Keohane                                            - Gary Boylan
  • Liam Martin                                                   - Regan Donelon
  • Michael Schlingermann                               - Kieran Sadlier

 

Details on how you can vote will be announced on sligorovers.com shortly in the weeks leading up to the event, with the winner being revealed at the awards night. Other awards being presented on the night are:

 

  • Under 19 Player of the Year
  • Under 17 Player of the Year
  • Hall of Fame Award
  • Spirit of Sligo Rovers Award

 

Tickets for the Gala Awards are available here or also from the club office and any member of the Management/organising Committee

 

 

 

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