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    Jack Duignan
    Sligo Rovers slumped to a 4-0 defeat against Shamrock Rovers on Friday as the league leaders consolidated their stranglehold on the summit of the table. The result leaves us 4th on 17 points. Liam Buckley made 1 change from the win against Derry, with Kyle Callan-McFadden returning to the squad
  • Leo Gray
    A bumper sporting week-end, proclaimed the banner across the top of the new-look Sligo Champion. The date was September 22nd, 2010. After 174 years as a broadsheet newspaper, the Champion was wearing new clothes, all modern and glossy and pristine in its first edition as a compact (tabloid) format. The
  • Jack Duignan
    Alluring cross to Ryan De Vries who headed in … Photo by @jfallonphotography Sligo Rovers left it late (oh so very late) to ensure victory against a dogged Derry City on Tuesday when substitute Alex Cooper swung in an alluring cross to Ryan De Vries who headed in after panic
  • Jack Duignan
    Rasper of a volley from 25 yardsReport by Jack Duignan. Jack is a secondary school student in Coola’ Match Report Matthew Smith’s wonder strike on 9 minutes was enough for Waterford to take the three points against Rovers on Friday, despite Alex Cooper rounding Waterford keeper Brian Murphy but failing
  • Leo Gray
    There was a lively and entertaining bit of banter on social media recently regarding players who have represented Sligo Rovers in the League of Ireland and the Sligo GAA team at senior level in National League and Championship football. In these days of ecumenical sporting brother and sisterhood, it isn’t
  • Alan Kearins
    So as we launch the new Bit O Red Supporters Trust website lets take a quick step back to how it all began…. Sligo Rovers have seen many supporters’ clubs down through its history and from one such supporters club the Trust emerged. In early 2000 I was part of
  • Gerard O'Connor
    Fight for Survival €85k In June 2020 in the midst of Covid19 and with the country slowly leaving Lockdown measures the Trust started a simple fundraisers that captivated the Rovers Fanbase. By the end almost €85,000 was raised to help Rovers through this difficult period. Sligo Rovers have a proud
  • Alan Kearins
    About the Trust The Bit o’ Red Supporters Trust Formed in 2005, the Bit o’ Red Supporters Trust was the first fully registered trust of it’s kind in Ireland. The Bit O’Red Trust has aimed to become a vibrant and lively organisation that will contribute immensely to the growth of