Sligo Rovers capture the signing of David Cawley from Galway United

Sligo Rovers can today confirm the signing of midfielder David Cawley, the second new addition to the Bit o’ Red squad for 2018. Cawley enjoyed four seasons with Rovers previously during the club’s most successful era, winning three trophies. He returns to the club today after some impressive performances for Galway United. Michael

Seamus Sharkey signs new deal with Sligo Rovers

Sligo Rovers can today announce that Seamus Sharkey has re-signed for the 2018 season as Gerard Lyttle continues to build his squad for the new campaign. It brings it to 10 players following yesterday's contract extension for Greg Moorhouse. Sharkey joined the club in May as a free agent after overcoming long-term

Kyle Callan-McFadden and Rhys McCabe sign new deals with Sligo Rovers

Sligo Rovers can confirm that Kyle Callan-McFadden and Rhys McCabe are among eight players contracted for the 2018 season. The duo join Michael Schlingermann, Regan Donelon, Craig Roddan, Jack Keaney, John Mahon and Ed McGinty as signed for 2018. Gerard Lyttle said: "It's important we move quickly and don't stall. It's hard

All tonight’s relegation permutations

All of these permutations will be based on Galway United winning as anything but a victory for Shane Keegan’s men will see them relegated to the First Division irrelevant of other results. Galway United - Win Sligo Rovers – Lose St Patricks Athletic – Lose Sligo Rovers relegated (goal difference) Galway United - Win Sligo Rovers

Kevin Deery joins Sligo Rovers as Gerard Lyttle’s assistant manager

Sligo Rovers can confirm the appointment of Kevin Deery as the club’s assistant manager until the end of the season. The 32-year-old spent two seasons as manager of Institute, leading them to successive promotion play-off matches and an Intermediate Cup win. Deery made 302 competitive appearances as a midfielder during almost 12

Former League of Ireland star Padraig Amond signs for Newport County

Former League of Ireland star Padraig Amond has signed with Newport County for the next chapter in his career. The striker originally from Carlow had stints in the League with Shamrock Rovers, Kildare County and Sligo Rovers. Amond (29) will play in League Two with County this season after Signing from Hartlepool