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Jamie McDonagh has been called up to the Northern Ireland Under-21 squad to play World Cup qualifiers with Albania and Slovakia in the coming weeks. Northern Ireland, manager by Ian Baraclough, will take on Albania in Lurgan on 31 August before the trip to Senica on 5 September. It’s his first call-up since winning a first cap against Ukraine in 2015. The club congratulates Jamie on his selection. It means he will not...
The 500 Club continues to be one of the biggest fundraisers for the club, with a draw held every month paying out a total of €1,200 per month. The draw for June & July took place last week with the list of winners displayed below. Congratulations to all of the latest winners and a heartful thank you to everyone who has joined the 500 club to date. June Winners€500 Tommy Basquille – Highfield Road Sligo€100 Tony...
We would like to thank both the Match & Ball Sponsor from last Tuesdays game against Bray Wanderers. The Match Sponsor on the night was Cosgroves Centra Maugheraboy. The Ball Sponsor was Hot Rods Collooney. Pictured below is Martin Heraghty along with Dermot and Richard Fallon of Hot Rods Collooney. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"11367","attributes":{"alt":"","class":"media-image","height":"320","width":"480...
Sligo Rovers will take on Falkirk on Saturday 2 September at 7:45pm in The Showgrounds in the Irn Bru Scottish Challenge Cup.  More details will be announced later in the week.  The Bit o' Red have no fixture this weekend and will not return to league action until 15 September, away to Finn Harps.  
Sligo Rovers picked up their first league win away from the Showgrounds this year as they upset the odds to beat champions-elect Cork City 1-0 at Turner's Cross. Rhys McCabe netted the contest's decider in the 49th minute when his cross floated over the head of the bamboozled Mark McNulty. The Bit O'Red finished the game with ten men after Craig Roddan was sent off in added time following his second bookable offence. ...
Sligo Rovers travel south on Friday night to take on leaders Cork City in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.  The Bit o’ Red drew 0-0 with Bray Wanderers last Tuesday and remain in the relegation zone going into this encounter. Jamie McDonagh returns from suspension but Daniel Kearns is absent with a hamstring problem.  The match is live on RTÉ2 and RTÉ Player  Manager Gerard Lyttle said: “We...
Sligo Rovers have been drawn to face Scottish Championship side Falkirk in the second round of the Irn Bru Challenge Cup.The match will be played in The Showgrounds on 2/3 September.Full details to follow 
Sligo Rovers exciting youth development programme received a major boost this week with the announcement that local firm O’Brien & Associates have teamed up as official sponsors of the club’s under-15 team. For the first time ever, Rovers will have an under-15 team competing in the League of Ireland, complimenting the club’s ongoing commitment to its under-19 and under-17 squads, both of which are excelling in their...
Sligo Rovers and Bray Wanderers played out a scoreless draw at the Showgrounds on Tuesday night,  The Bit O'Red stay in the drop zone as a result of the stalemate, two points off safety with more games played than their relegation rivals. Greg Moorhouse could only hit fresh-air from a profitable position as he swiped at Tobi Adebayo-Rowling's cross from the right two minutes in. Rovers shaded the early exchanges but...
Sligo Rovers take on Bray Wanderers on Tuesday night in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division in The Showgrounds.  The Bit o’ Red go in search of a much-needed three points in the battle to stay in the top flight. This game was brought forward from September due to the Irn Bru Scottish Cup which both clubs will feature in during September.  In team news, Rovers are without Jamie McDonagh due to suspension. There are no...

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