SLIGO GAA clubs are considering a radical overhaul of the county's fixtures programme and league, championship and under-age structures.
LITTLE change.That was the view from the 'top table' at the Sligo GAA Convention on Thursday night last with very few contests for the Executive.
CLUBS throughout County Sligo are considering a major review of championship and league fixtures and structures at all levels.
A TOTAL of 165 events took place at Markievicz Park this year. This included 23 training sessions and 142 games of football and hurling from February to October. Vice-Chairman Tom...
Discipline continued to improve with no major problems this year, the Secretary of Sligo Coiste na nOg, John Niland, said in his report to the annual Convention.
THE departure of Pat Flanagan as manager of the Sligo senior footballers had come somewhat out of the blue, according to County Board Secretary, Gerry O'Connor.
WHILE Thursday night's County Convention at the Radisson Blu Hotel was a relatively low-key affair, the 'West Sligo hurling saga' provoked the most extensive debate, as delegates...
Cormac Dowling New Sligo manager Niall Carew will spend the week trying to get more familiar with his troops and hopes an A vs B game this weekend will give him a better understanding of the quality at his disposal.
WHO WANTS TO BE A THOUSANDAIRE' COMES TO BOYLE GAA Club.
AFTER the West Sligo 'hurling saga' of this season, the Easkey club has proposed a motion at Convention that there can be no restriction as to the age-grade at which a properly constituted club may field a team, unless the club agrees to such restrictions applying for a specific competition and such agreed restrictions are reviewed annually, or where a club/ team is...
Michael Moran New Sligo manager Niall Carew unveils his senior and under-21 panels today. Carew named his squads after a recent trial process, which featured almost 100 players at both levels.
Sligo manager Niall Carew also reveals his under-21 panel today. The 36-man squad is as follows, Eoin McDonagh, Kevin Kelly, Liam Henry, Aaron Clerkin, Ben McGarry, Michael Gorden, Conor Herraughty, 8 Conor Kerins, J.F Carr, Barry Walsh, Cathal Surlis, Kevin McDonnell, Cathal Henry, Brian Smith, Jason Brennan, Colm Egan, Cian Brehony, Johnny...
Michael Moran 'A fitting opportunity to mark the achievements of players' - County Board Chairman
Michael Moran They know every blade of grass in Markievicz Park. For many years, both Tom Gallen and Paddy Galvin have epitomised the great spirit of voluntary effort within the GAA by giving their time endlessly to improve Sligo's county ground. Yes, they are easily visible on match days,...
The weekend saw some fine displays of great scoring football and no scarcity of goals. All in all there were seventy five league goals scored.
The closure of southbound lanes at Hughes Bridge is expected to start this week, with more delays in store for motorists.News
He took over a year ago when Sligo County Council was often described as a "basket case."News
A Strandhill company is ending the year on an extreme...News
A Dublin-based entrepreneur in his 40s has brought Hazelwood House and the adjoining factory site which he wants to turn it into...News
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Sligo's Twist Soup Kitchen, which has been offering free meals to the city's most...News
'God help the people of Sligo' -the exasperated response...News
Concern was expressed after it emerged the heat had been turned off at a number of stations across the county.News
It was a case of battening down the hatches as a...News
Mammography follow-up services will not be...News
Four second-half goals completed a Village Inn rout over the Bald Eagles in the Sligo Rovers Astro Turf Garavogue Premier League this week. It was a close first half with the Eagles keeping within touching distance, but the side who sit in last place couldn't hold the Inn back in the second half.
Boyle Celtic hit Strand Celtic for Seven as Carrick Town and Aughanagh Celtic share the spoils in a six-goal thriller
Unbeaten Ballisodare United maintained their impressive start to the Boys U-16 Group A campaign with a seven-nil win over battling Yeats United at the Cleveragh Astro pitch on Saturday morning.