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Sligo Win FAI Cup In Dramatic Fashion

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Sligo Rovers won their fifth FAI Cup in dramatic fashion as a late goal from Anthony Elding secured a 3-2 win over a spirited Drogheda United, who thought Ryan Brennan’s late equaliser had done enough to warrant extra time.

Drogheda United started the game counter attacking all of Sligo’s attacks in a 4-1-4-1 formation. Mick Cooke knew his side were the underdogs here and he set up his side perfectly.

Drogheda began well and restricted the play of their opponents, with Drogs striker Gary O’Neill in attendance to cheer on his side following his recent diagnosis with cancer.

Sligo Rovers did however have a half-hearted penalty claim turned down as former Shamrock Rovers man Aaron Greene was sent tumbling when he broke inside the box however his claims were waved away by Refereee Paul Tuite. Continue reading

Saints Crowned Airtricity League Champions

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St.Patrick’s Athletic sealed their first league title in 14 years when they beat reigning champions Sligo Rovers 2-0 at Richmond Park this evening.

The Saints following packed into Richmond Park in the hope to see their side  crowned Airtricity League Champions for 2013 and they weren’t to be disappointed.

However, inside the first few minutes it was the visitors who started the better of the two. Nerves must have played a big part within the Saints’ squad. Right back Alan Keane saw his shot fired into the grateful arms of Brendan Clarke while Sligo had a free header inside the box saved. Continue reading

Semi Final Setting For Battle Of The Rovers

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Shamrock Rovers will be looking to make it to their second cup final of the season when they take on Sligo Rovers in the EA Sports Cup semi-final on Tuesday night.

The Setanta Sports Cup holders will host the Bit O’Red in the game which will have an 8pm kick-off at Tallaght Stadium. Continue reading

Supersaints Hand Champions First League Defeat

St Patrick’s Athletic ended Sligo Rovers 100% start to the new season on Friday night with a resounding 2-0 win at Richmond Park.

Goals from Conan Byrne and a late Killian Brennan penalty were enough for Pats to earn a vital three points and keep them in touch with their challengers. Continue reading