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Wed 17 Apr (All 7pm)
Wed 17 Apr (All 7pm)
Tireragh AC are hold their AGM on Friday Evening 19th April at 9pm in Skreen Dromard Community Centre.
Reigning County senior Champions, Curry, and the 2012 Intermediate winners, Bunninadden, have been drawn in the same group for this year's Belfry Championship.
St. Attracta's triumphant manager, Colm McGee, was loud in his praise for his players after their sensational victory in the Masita Post Primary Schools All-Ireland final at Cusack Park, Mullingar.
It's hard to find superlatives to describe this sensational victory by St. Attracta's College, Tubbercurry, in the All-Ireland Post Primary Schools 'B' Championship at sun-drenched Cusack Park, Mullingar, last Saturday.
He's the first Sligo-born player to win the coveted West of Ireland Open Amateur Championship since 1950 but 23 years old Rory McNamara is taking it all in his stride.
Eastern Harps 1-10; CooleraStrandhill 2-12 Ballymote 0-9; St John's 1-7 St Mary's 0-8; Geevagh 1-12 Shamrock Gaels 1-11; St Molaise Gaels 0-7 Tourlestrane 0-11; Bunninadden 1-6 St Patrick's/Dromard 2-7;
This third round game played in freezing conditions at Glennon Bros Pearse Park turned out to be a precursor of the AHL3B final.
A blistering second half performance paved the way for St. Attracta's comprehensive win over St. Michael's, Lurgan, in the Masita All Ireland Post Primary Schools senior football B semi-final at Derrylin, Fermanagh, last Saturday.
Sligo are hanging on to their Division Three status by their fingernails after this heavy defeat to promotion chasing Fermanagh at Brewster...
Sligo Under 21s hope to sweep aside the tides of history when they take on Galway in the opening round of the Connacht Under 21 Championship at Tuam next Monday (4pm)
Paddy Walsh makes the trip to the capital on Sunday with a place in the All-Ireland final at stake
St. Attracta's College, Tubbercurry, are on the trail of their second Connacht Colleges 'B' title in a row.
Sligo turned in a hugely disappointing display in round three of the Allianz Football League at Clones on Sunday, slumping to an eight point defeat to Monaghan.
A Sligo student has been appointed as organ scholar...News
City Hall was the venue for a new campaign to reduce gum litter across Sligo.News
A current Irish assessment of the impact of fracking is not addressing health concerns.News
An IT Sligo scientist wants to harness sunlight to kill...News
A man in his late 20s will appear at Sligo District Court on September 4th charged with rape.News
Gardai suspect two cars stolen in Sligo last week were driven away after the keys were 'fished' out through the letterbox.News
A Road Safety Authority study has revealed that four children were seriously injured on Sligo's roads between 2006 to 2012.News
Sligoman Mick Walton has made it three in a row at an All Ireland show - his prize winning organic vegetables grown with the help of...News
Confusion over the origins of Irish cattle transported to the North should no longer...News
IFA President Eddie Downey says he has been shocked by the number of farm deaths this...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.