I’ve been running out of vocabulary to describe Bray’s results in recent weeks. The home win over Galway was good. Beating Dundalk away was better. Hammering Shamrock Rovers was possibly the best. As last Friday’s match against Cork loomed, the question was what word could describe a Bray win,
This weeks Leagueofireland.ie feature comes from Cobh Ramblers young defender and star of the future Charlie Fleming.
Despite the tender age of 18, the talented full back has played with some excellent players and was kind enough to provide us with the best one to eleven of who he
With the league season just several hours away I spoke to Cobh Ramblers’ Dean Swords on how important it is to back your local League of Ireland team whether it be Finn Harps or Galway, Cobh or Waterford or the leagues newest entrants a couple of season’s ago, Blackrock’s
After weeks of publishing the #joinpaul hashtag over all their social media accounts Cobh Ramblers have finally revealed who Paul is.
This has been a marketing campaign that has taken off for the club on a national scale.
Have a look yourself at the video of Paul, we hope to see Paul
First Division side Cobh Ramblers have announced a marketing subcommittee in the hope of building the brand of the club.
It is a fantastic move for the club and shows the dedication of the club to grow in the right direction in all aspects on and off the pitch.
They wish to
Drogheda United will be aiming to book their place in next week's Premier Division promotion play-off final when they host Cobh Ramblers tomorrow night at United Park, kick-off 7.45pm.
The Drogs go into the game in pole position after they recorded a 2-0 away at St Colman's Park last Saturday.
The draw to determine home advantage for the second leg of the SSE Airtricity Promotion/Relegation Play-off took place today.
The draw took place at FAI HQ, Abbotstown today and resulted in the Winner of the 2nd v 3rd First Division play-off having home advantage in the second leg.
The dates for the
Cobh Ramblers manager Stephen Henderson has urged his side to enjoy the occasion when they host Drogheda United in the first leg of the SSE Airtricity League First Division play-offs.
Cobh are bracing themselves for a fantastic occasion tomorrow night as Pete Mahon's Drogheda United travel to St. Colman's Park for
Cobh Ramblers manager Stephen Henderson hopes to see a big crowd at St. Colman's Park on Saturday as they look to seal a play-off spot.
Cobh are currently placed in 4th position, just one point behind third-placed UCD, with games against Cabinteely and Athlone Town remaining.
With other play-off hopefuls UCD and
I recently had the pleasure of speaking with one of the most talented youngsters making a breakthrough in the domestic game. Charlie Fleming, at just 18 years of age, has become a regular at right back for an ambitious Cobh Ramblers side, who are looking to secure a playoff