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The Sligo Rovers Gala Awards Night for 2017 will be held in the Clayton Hotel, Sligo on Friday 3rd November.  The 2016 end of season function was a hugely enjoyable occasion, and this year’s event should also attract great interest among Sligo Rovers supporters and the wider community. The evening will again include presentations in a number of award categories reflecting the many strands of activities in the club: ...
Vinny Faherty scored the only goal of the game as Sligo Rovers moved out of the drop zone with a vital win over ten man Bohemians at the Showgrounds. Faherty struck for Rovers in the ninth minute as he threw himself at Regan Donelon's corner before glancing the ball beyond Shane Supple for his second goal for the club.  Bohs had Keith Ward dismissed for an off the ball incident mid-way through the opening half.  ...
Sligo Rovers make a long-awaited return to The Showgrounds against Bohemians on Saturday night. The Bit O' Red last had a home league game in mid-August and go into this encounter on the back of a defeat to Galway United which ended a good unbeaten run that included wins away to Cork City and Finn Harps. In team news, Jamie McDonagh is unavailable as he is on international duty with Northern Ireland U21s. Goalkeeper Michael...
15 players remain on the #bitored Last Man StandingNext game week is 14 OctoberNeil O'ConnellNoel McCloatVincent NallyBrian McMorrowAlan JinksDiarmuid FeeneyNiall O'BrienShane GilmartinMichael KeeganDamien MartynEoin ArmstrongJack KeeganGriffin McManusAlan RooneyDavid Sheerin
Sligo Rovers make a long-awaited return to league action this Saturday night against Bohemians in The Showgrounds, kick-off 7:45pm.Rovers have endured 53 days with home league match but it will come to an end when Keith Long's side travel to Sligo.It's a huge game in our season and we are calling for a memorable Showgrounds atmosphere to get behind Gerard Lyttle and his players.Full team news will be available on Friday - tickets are...
Sligo Rovers acknowledges and is very appreciative of the financial assistance being received at present to help address current financial challenges. Supporters and friends are showing again what Sligo Rovers means as the battle to retain Premier Division status continues against the backdrop of the unique calendar situation that made cash flow a major issue.  To date donations and contributions amounting to in excess of €35...
The details of our 2017 Halloween Camps were announced today, with times and prices remaining unchanged yet again. The Halloween Camps will commence on October the 30th, and will run for one week finishing on November 3rd. The camp runs 10.30am-3pm each day.The optional Breakfast club which worked extremly well for the Summer Camps will also take place, starting at 8.30am each morning. Anybody who is interested in the 2017 Halloween...
Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce that the club will be hosting our very own Race Night on October 21st in Fureys Bar Sligo. Sponsored by applegreen, the race night will commence at 10.30pm with members of the first team also attending. As we enter our last two home games of the season on October 7th and 21st respectively, the battle to maintain our Premier Division status continues. Your support of our Race night which is a key...
Last Man Standing update: We're down to the final 23 from 362 entrants. Thanks to all that played and supported the club They are: Neil O'ConnellGeorge and Ryan c/o Foley'sKevin ColreavyNoel McCloatVincent NallyBrian McMorrowVinny DaveyAlan JinksDiarmuid FeeneyNiall O'BrienShane GilmartinMichael KeeganDamien MartynNeil GaynorEoin ArmstrongDavid RoweJack KeeganGriffin McManusColin FeehilyAlan RooneyDavid...
Galway United picked up a huge three points as they beat Sligo Rovers 3-1 in the Connacht derby at Eamonn Deacy Park. Kyle Callan-McFadden had given the away side the lead with his second of the season during an action packed first half. But Galway fought back and leveled the game before the break through Marc Ludden.   Two goals in three minutes, the first a stunner from Kevin Devaney and the second from the boot of Gavan Holohan...

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