The draw for the EA Sports Cup semi finals took place today. First Division side Cobh Ramblers were drawn against holders Dundalk at home while Sligo Rovers pulled fellow Premier Division side Derry City at the Showgrounds. The fixtures will both take place on August 6th 2018.
We are now aware of the four semi finalists for this seasons EA Sports Cup. Holders Dundalk, Cobh Ramblers, Sligo Rovers & Derry City will compete for the League Cup this season. Dundalk beat Bohemians last night 3-0 in Oriel Park while Cobh Ramblers impressively beat Longford Town 2-0 to progress. Sligo Rovers
Holders Dundalk, who progressed past St Patrick’s Athletic in a penalty shoot-out in the last round, will host Bohemians in the stand out tie of the round. Cobh Ramblers await the winners of the 3rd Round tie between Shamrock Rovers and Longford Town, while the winners of the postponed fixture between
Cobh Ramblers have announced that manager Stephen Henderson and his assistant Stuart Ashton have signed new three year deals with the club. Henderson has led Ramblers to second in the table currently and last season made the play-offs in the First Division. It is the Dubliner's second stint at the Cork club. Speaking
Championship side Norwich City have announced a friendly with League of Ireland first division side Cobh Ramblers. The friendly will take place on Wednesday 5th July at St Colman's Park @ 7.30pm The club have announced a five-day behind-closed-doors training camp in Ireland for pre-season preparations. Ticket details announced in due
Brian Quigley 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,