Saturday 22nd March
Saturday 22nd March
It's a sure sign that Spring is in the air when the GAA warm-up competitions get into full-swing.
Sligo's David Kelly and Neil Ewing played prominent roles in Connacht's impressive win over Munster int he M Donnelly inter-provincial championship at Tuam on Sunday.
WITH two points on the table, Sligo travelled to Enniskillen last Saturday in high spirits but came away with nothing after a substandard second half performance against Fermanagh.
LEITRIM maintained their undefeated run for 2014 when Sean Hagan's side came from behind to force an injury time draw with Clare in a hard fought and entertaining Division Four game in Milltown Malbay on Sunday afternoon.
A masterclass in the art of scoring by Adrian Marren propelled Sligo to a priceless win over Limerick in the opening round of the Allianz Football League at Markievicz Park on Sunday.
The chants of "H'on the Sea Blues" rang around the TF Theatre Castlebar on Saturday last as the young musicians from Easkey in West Sligo claimed the Connacht Scór na nÓg title in trad music.
Leitrim retained their Connacht FBD league title by the skin of their teeth after withstanding a fierce late challenge from neighbours Roscommon in a thrilling encounter played in high wind conditions with some squally showers on Sunday in Carrick-on-Shannon.
Charlie Harrison has seen it all with Sligo.
After an unbeaten league campaign, Summerhill College juniors claimed a place in the Connacht A Championship semi-finals with an...
Former Sligo boss, Tommy Breheny, has been appointed manager of St. Mary's senior team.
After sampling the full range of results in the FBD league with a win, draw and defeat, the real business starts next Sunday in Markievicz...
Leitrim came away from Duggan Park, Ballinasloe with a fully merited win over favourites Galway in Sunday's exciting FBD league clash, which was played in dreadful weather conditions with wind and rain persisting during the showdown.
Sligo manager, Pat Flanagan, is planning to make a number of changes to his side for Sunday's Connacht FBD clash with Leitrim at Ballinamore.
IT Sligo began the New Year on an impressive note, earning a well deserved draw against Roscommon at Kiltoom on Sunday.
TOURLESTRANE celebrated the most successful year in the club's history at their annual dinner dance in the Castle Dargan Hotel.
IT'S a craft that is...News
THE Model's new director has arrived in Sligo.News
OLIVIA Lipsett from Coolaney scored an impressive...News
THE extension to Strandhill National School will be officially opened and blessed by Bishop Kevin Doran on Friday, October 3rd.News
TOURISM chief John Concannon of Failte Ireland is the guest speaker for Sligo Chamber's annual dinner this November.News
STRANDED families in Chaffpool, Tubbercurry earlier this year will not get vital funding to raise their roads to prevent more flooding...News
THE recent spell of good weather has been blamed for the appearance of algae blooms at Lough Gill.News
FOCUS Ireland has stepped in to help find a home for an evicted mother of six.News
DETAILS have been revealed of gratuity payments paid...News
THE former courthouse in Grange is getting a make-over.News
THE clearout of players at Sligo Rovers has continued with the departure of Eric Odhiambo.
SLIGO Rovers manager John Coleman has called for an improvement from his players-despite Saturday night's 3-1 win over Athlone town.
NEW Sligo Rovers striker Eamon Zayed believes the 'Bit O'Red' can still secure a European place.