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Sligo Super Cup Draw

The cream of young talent from across Ireland and the UK will assemble in Sligo next month for an unique three-day festival of youth football.

Hosted by Sligo Rovers and the Sligo/Leitrim Schoolboys Leagues, with the full backing of the SFAI,   the Sligo Super Cup has attracted top academies such as Derby County and Sheffield Wednesday alongside Ipswich Town, Chesterfield, District Schoolboys League(holders), Glenavon, Mayo League and the locals, Sligo/Leitrim.

The local team face a tough but exciting challenge as they have been drawn alongside Derby, Sheffield Wednesday and Glenavon in the group stages.

With four teams in each of two qualifying groups, the programme includes sixteen matches across three action-packed days, kicking off at Sligo Showgrounds on Friday night, May 4th.

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Latest Men's Results County Sligo Golf Club

Wehrly Bros Winter League Final 8th April 4 Ball Vs Par. Qualifiers Section: 1st John Clifford & Sean Clifford 11 Up, 2nd John Dolan & Dean Mahon 7 Up (B9), 3rd Kieran O'Brien & Mick Barrett 7 Up, 4th Garth McManus & Thomas Finnegan 6 Up (B9), 5th Joe Keyes & John Armstrong 6 Up, 6th Joe Noonan & Fintan Dunne 5 Up (B3), 7th Tom Flanagan & Eddie Fitzpatrick 5 Up (B9), 8th Michael Cullen & Kieran McDonagh 5 Up (B6), 9th Kenneth Henry & Karol Butler 5 Up (B9), 10th Peter McDonnell & Jimmy Mungovan 4 Up

Non Qualifiers Section: 1st Hugh O'Neill & Larry Kelly 6 Up (B9), 2nd Kevin Flanagan & Ian Hodgson 6 Up (B9), 3rd Dermot McDermott & Tony Wherly 6 Up, 4th Tom Heelan & Alan Gaynor 5 Up, 5th Danny Cronin & Aodhagan Brady 4 Up, 6th Sean McLoughlin & Ivan McLoughlin 3 Up


































 (Front Row): John Clifford & Sean Clifford; (Back Row): Captain Joe Keyes, Tony Wehrly (Sponsor), President Michael Kennedy

Sat 14th April Singles Stableford White Tees
: 1st Pat McDaniel (12) 39 Pts, 2nd Soren Peterson (15) 36 Pts, 3rd John McDermott 35 Pts (B6), 4th Kieran McDonagh 35 Pts. Entries: 66 CSS: 73

Results: Sun 15-Apr-2018: DNG Flanagan Ford Sponsored Jackson Cup Qualifier 18 Holes- Stroke; White Tees; 1st Aodhagan Brady (10) 69 Entries: 107; CSS: 75 (Reductions only). Some 84’s qualify for matchplay

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Sligo Rovers lotto, face champs tonight in Cork


BERNIE GALLAGHER won the €200 Tesco voucher in Sligo Rovers weekly lotto last night, Monday. See below.

Tonight on the field of play the Bit o’ Red will hope for a further boost on their impressive ‘away’ form in the SSE Airtricity League.

They face current champions Cork City at Turners Cross, having won the corresponding fixture 1-0 last July.

Online Debate

Rhys McCabe scored the winner that night on live TV, a whacking long distance shot which deceived the goalkeeper.

The RTE cameras were on hand again to record McCabe’s even more spectacular goal against Limerick last Saturday night.

The goal has generated some debate online, as the Scotsman might have wrongly been allowed hit a rolling ball when taking a free kick.

 But panelists and presenter were both agreed on RTE’s “Soccer Republic” last nightn that it was a special goal and were delighted it stood.

Hands Full

Earlier this season, Cork hit four in the Showgrounds and they looked the most impressive forward line so far to visit the venue this season.

In particular, Sligo Rovers will have their hands full tonight to hold in-form Graham Cummins.

In the Showgrounds two months ago Cummins comfortably netted a hat trick and he again scored Cork’s winner last weekend.

A draw tonight would be a good result as the Bit o’ Red bid for a respectable mid-table spot by the half way stage.

Sligo Rovers are at home next Saturday night against a formidable St Patrick’s Athletic. Kick off 7.45pm.

Winning Lotto

Last night’s winning lotto was sold at Maugheraboy Post Office.

The winning foursome was 11, 18, 19, 30 and there was no claim for an all-correct forecast on the main prize of €12,800.

Next Monday night’s draw will offer a jackpot of €13,100 for a forecast of the four numbers drawn.

The top prize will be shared equally if there is more than one all-correct forecast.

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