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Sunday 26 March 2023 Dublin: 8°C

# Bit O'Red

All time
# statement
'Eleven weeks is simply a remarkable period to go without a home league fixture'
Sligo Rovers have released a statement criticising the decision to postpone their weekend clash against Dundalk.
# Back once again
Limerick native Lynch swaps the States for the Showgrounds as he re-joins Sligo
The 26-year-old midfielder has agreed a deal until the end of the current season.
# Seagulls
Struggling Bray secure important win days after announcing all players available for sale
Bray Wanderers put their recent woe aside with a spirited 2-1 victory at home to Sligo on Sunday afternoon.
Sligo earn huge win as perfect away performance condemns Pat's to fifth straight defeat
Gerard Lyttle’s side scored three goals at Richmond Park this evening.
Sligo sign 22-year-old goalkeeper on permanent deal from Chelsea
Mitchell Beeney has been on loan at the League of Ireland club for the last few months.
# Bit O'Red
Sligo pick up big win on the road against disappointing Candystripes
Derry have to make the trip to Cork on Monday.
# Bit O'Red
10-man Sligo hold out for an important point to remain above relegation zone
John Mahon was sent off for a second yellow card but the Bit O’Red held on to secure a share of the spoils.
# The Showgrounds
Hoops held in Sligo as Graham Burke plays a day before potential Ireland debut
Shamrock Rovers were frustrated at the Showgrounds and could only earn a point against Sligo on Saturday.
# Double delight
Saints looking towards a European spot as Clarke and Byrne deliver all three points
Goals from Dean Clarke and Thomas Byrne earned St Pat’s all three points against Sligo on Tuesday night.
# Stalemate
Sligo forced to settle for a point as former Saint Cawley is sent off against old club
Neither side could break the deadlock at the Showgrounds as Gerard Lyttle’s side ended a run of four straight losses at home.
# Hoops
Goal from former Reading forward earns Hoops all three points as Sligo drop into relegation zone
Shamrock Rovers earned their fifth win in nine, as London-born Daniel Carr struck on the hour mark with a deft finish.
# forever red
Former Liverpool striker Morgan nets fourth of the season as Sligo leave Dalymount with a point
Gerard Lyttle’s side twice came from behind to snatch a point against Bohemians.
# lyttle by lyttle
Ex-Liverpool striker off the mark as Sligo beat Derry to record first win of the season
The game finished 2-1 at The Showgrounds.
# Bit O'Red
Sligo sign Scottish striker who made his professional debut against Celtic
Lewis Morrison arrives at the Showgrounds with a big reputation.
# once a red...
'Massive' signing for Sligo Rovers as they capture former Liverpool youngster
Adam Morgan has signed for Gerard Lyttle’s side ahead of the 2018 season.
# Tornado
Raff Cretaro has just signed on for an incredible 17th season at Sligo Rovers
“I’m not here to make up numbers. I’m there to compete to start every week.”
# Bit O'Red
After securing their top flight status Sligo have announced eight signings for 2018
The 2012 Premier Division champions secured their top flight status for next season against Drogheda last night.
# western front
Massive win for Galway as they take derby honours and give survival hopes a huge boost
Kyle Callan-McFadden gave Sligo Rovers the lead but Marc Ludden, Kevin Devaney and Gavin Holohan found the net for the Tribesmen.
# uptown
Bit 'O Red face: Sligo Rovers dumped out of the FAI Cup by Longford after extra-time thriller
Elsewhere, Crumlin’s Bangor Celtic pulled off a superb comeback against Cork side Everton.
# Bit O'Red
Sligo Rovers rescue draw against fellow strugglers Drogheda
Rhys McCabe’s first goal for the club handed them a 1-1 draw.
# into the west
Draw sees Sligo move out of bottom three though it could've been better but for a familiar face
Galway’s Stephen Folan – formerly with the Bit O’Red – grabbed a leveller after Jonah Ayunga put the hosts in front.
# Bit O'Red
Sligo and Finn Harps go into break facing relegation battle after scoreless stalemate
There wasn’t much entertainment at the Showgrounds.
# shared spoils
Sligo show character and twice come from behind to earn entertaining point by the seaside
Aaron Greene and Dylan Connolly twice put Bray in front but a brace from Michael Leahy ensured a 2-2 draw.
# Interview
'Not getting a chance at West Ham made me want to prove myself. It was the same with Sean Maguire'
Sligo Rovers winger Kieran Sadlier on settling into life in the League of Ireland and aspirations for club and country.
# Bit O'Red
Hoops celebrate Milltown memory with win over 10-man Sligo Rovers
Brandon Miele scored the only goal as Sligo Rovers’ John Russell was issued an early red.
# war of the rovers
McCabe brace beats Sligo Rovers as Hoops hop into third
An energetic Shamrock Rovers attack made it a comfortable win in Tallaght
# thunderbolt
Superb strike from Kurtis Byrne gets Bohs off the mark in tight affair with Sligo
The hosts were comfortable for long periods at Dalymount Park but couldn’t conjure a second goal.
# Bit O'Red
Sligo Rovers have bagged themselves the PFAI Goalkeeper of the Year
Manager Dave Robertson is delighted after securing his first signing.
# Pastures new
'I was fed up gardening! My garden looks superb now'
New Sligo Rovers boss Micky Adams says moving to Ireland was a ‘no-brainer’.
# Bit O'Red
Sligo Rovers record historic first away win in Europe
The Bit o’Red beat Rosenborg 2-1 in the Europa League second qualifying round.
# Bit O'Red
John Coleman is Sligo Rovers' new manager
“We have to get impetus,” says Coleman as he prepares for his first game against Drogheda United.
# road warriors
Better late than never as Sligo Rovers serve notice of intent at Thomond Park
Strikes from Aaron Greene and Seamus Conneely in the closing stages gave the Bit O’Red win over Limerick a favourable veneer.
# Bit O'Red
Sligo beat Bohs at Dalymount but the home side will rue missed chances
Two goals in the final 11 minutes did the job for Sligo.
# Bit O'Red
UCD endure miserable night as Sligo Rovers fire five at Showgrounds
Ian Baraclough’s men picked up their second win of the season with a dominant performance
Stuart Byrne column: Sligo show they're a better side than early form suggested
The draw away to Cork and a 5-1 Setanta Cup win over St Patrick’s Athletic prove the Bit O’Red should be higher up the table.
# home comforts
Bray slay Sligo at Carlisle Grounds as Byrne proves the hero
Alan Mathews pocketed his first triumph as Wanderers boss.
# Match Report
McMillan snatches late winner as Sligo fightback stuns Athlone
John Russell was the architect of the Bit O’Red’s comeback.
# achievements
7 of Sligo's best sporting moments in 2013
The Bit O’Red’s FAI Cup win and more.
# Airtricity League
Cup hero Danny North gets new Sligo contract
North has agreed a deal to stay at the Showgrounds in 2014.
# boss is back
Sligo manager Ian Baraclough signs extension until end of 2014
Rovers have secured the Englishman’s services for another season.