#Sligo Rovers

League of Ireland: Win for Shamrock Rovers while Finn Harps level at the death

Shamrock Rovers edged within touching distance of securing the title while Finn Harps came from two down to level in the final minutes in this evening’s SSE Airtricity League Premier Division action. It was deadlocked at the break for both Shamrock Rovers’ meeting with Longford Town and Finn Harps’ meeting...
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10 man Harps salvage brilliant draw in North West Derby

10-man Finn Harps rescued a point in the 93rd minute in the Premier Division against Sligo Rovers to draw 2-2 at a wet and windy Finn Park. An early Kosovar Sadiki red card put Harps on the back foot and goals from Johnny Kenny and Niall Morahan put Sligo into control before a Sean Boyd header gave the game a dramatic ending.
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Sligo Rovers surrender lead to share the spoils with neighbours

Sligo Rovers and Finn Harps played out a 2-2 draw in the Premier Division tonight. Rovers went two ahead courtesy of goals from Johnny Kenny and Niall Morahan. Sean Boyd pulled one back on 86 minutes before Karl O'Sullivan netted the equaliser in the fourth minute of injury time.

Sligo Rovers in a North-West Derby tussle later

Sligo Rovers and Finn Harps will meet in a North-West Derby this evening. The game takes place in Ballybofey. Meanwhile, Shamrock Rovers can move to within one win of the SSE Airtricity Premier Division title this evening. They are away to the already-relegated Longford.

An Taoiseach hears of northwest football club's €17m masterplan

An Taoiseach Micheál Martin has this week met with Sligo Rovers chairman Tommy Higgins, with the club's €17 million masterplan discussed and presented. Sligo County Council chief executive Martin Lydon joined the chairman of the Bit o’ Red to present the plan to the Taoiseach and update him on its background.

Football fans asked to support food banks at Finn Harps game

Finn Harps and Sligo Rovers fans are being asked to support local food banks when the teams meet this Saturday night at Finn Park. The ‘We Care Food Bank’ is a Community based voluntary organisation set up to meet the emerging social needs of the people in County Donegal. The...

Shamrock Rovers prove too strong for Sligo

Shamrock Rovers need just seven more points from their remaining six games to retain the SSE Airtricity Premier Division title. Danny Mandroiu scored the opener before turning provider for Aaron Greene in a 2-nil win at home to Sligo last night. The next match for the Bit O’ Red has...

Virals: Everton wish Seamus Coleman a happy birthday

Everton have taken to their official social media channels to celebrate the birthday of club captain Seamus Coleman on his birthday today. Coleman turns 33 today, with the experienced right-back captaining both his club and his country on the international stage. Twitter: Happy Birthday, Captain!. (@Everton) Signed from Sligo...

Sligo Rovers share the spoils with Waterford

Third place Sligo Rovers drew with Waterford this evening in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division. Andre Wright opened the scoring for Rovers on 42 minutes.

Michael Duffy agrees to rejoin Derry City

Derry City have agreed a deal that will see Michael Duffy rejoin the club for next season. The highly-rated winger has signed a pre-contract arrangement to seal a return to the Brandywell. The four-year deal will bring to an end a highly successful stint at Dundalk. The acquisition of Duffy...