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Sligo Rovers travel to Dublin on Friday to take on Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght Stadium in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division. The Bit O' Red face their third away match of the season after a win and draw so far. Last Saturday's defeat to Dundalk continued a disappointing run at home, but Rovers once again showed good promise and missed many chances to take something from the game. In team news, there are no injuries or suspensions....
The Up the Bit O' Red fund is at €41,000 as the deadline approaches for the end of the fundraiser.In the last few days the money raised from the quiz in the Bistro Bianconi have been added, as well as online donations.In just over 10 weeks, Rovers fans have raised the remarkable sum aimed at creating a brighter future for the club.Contributions as of 27 March are belowYou can still donate hereonline here via Paypal. Click here to...
We would like to thank both the Match Sponsor and Match Ball Sponsor from last Saturdays encounter with Dundalk FC in The Showgrounds. The Match Sponsor on the night was Anne Hickey Solicitor, while the Match Ball was sponsored by Gartlans Newsagents Carrick On Shannon. Below is Marcus White of Sligo Rovers presenting the match ball to Jim Gartlan of Gartlans Newsagents. [[{"type":"media","view_mode":"media_large","fid":"11863","...
Sligo Rovers manager Gerard Lyttle was a frustrated figure following the defensive lapses that led to the 2-0 defeat against Dundalk on Saturday at the Showgrounds.A bright start by Rovers saw the home side come close in the first 15 minutes, forcing Gary Rogers into smart saves and also hitting the woodwork.But an even game was changed on the half-hour mark as a mistake allowed Patrick Hoban tap home.Lyttle told Ocean FM: “That's...
 The 2018 Sligo Rovers Easter Camps week two takes place next Monday 2 April.  finishing on Friday 6 April.  Prices and times remain unchanged, with the camp proving to be one of the most competitively priced kids camp in the region. The cost of the camp is €55 for one child, €90 for two children from the one family and €120 for three children from the one family. The camp starts at 10.30am and...
A goal in either half from Patrick Hoban and Michael Duffy saw off Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds.  Hoban made the most of poor defending from the home side on the half hour, while Duffy did likewise when he netted his second of the season on 55.  Rovers started positively, bringing a busy start from Dundalk goalkeeper Gary Rogers. On his 501st game in the League of Ireland, Rogers had to scramble to get a fingertip to Calum...
The 'Up The Bit O' Red' campaign has reached the 40,000 euro mark.  The project was launched last month by a group of supporters in association with the club's management committee. The tremendous response from fans at home and abroad has boosted morale and finances within the club.  During the week, one of the group, Andy Kilfeather, ran a table quiz with the support of the highly-popular Italian Quarter...
Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce an extension to our partnership with Wehrly Bros jewellers on O’Connell Street, which will involve our supporters voting for the player of the month award each month, with the award being sponsored by Wehrly Bros.Following on from its success in 2017, we are delighted to be teaming up with Richard Wehrly yet again, with the supporters involved in the process from start to finish.Each month a shortlist...
Sligo Rovers are delighted to announce an extension to the partnership with Power Right Fire & Security Solutions for the 2018 season.The partnership continues on from last season, with Power Right continuing to be the official partner provider of fire and security solutions to the club.Power Right provide employment to nearly 30 people in the North-West region and have been in business for over 35 years.The partnership is for both future...
Sligo Rovers take on unbeaten Dundalk in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division on Saturday in The Showgrounds.The Bit o' Red secured four points in two games away from home last week, countering a disappointing run at home at the start of the season, and they are now targeting an improvement on return to The Showgrounds.In team news, Rovers have a full squad to choose from, with Regan Donelon and John Mahon recovering from injury.To buy...

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