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08
Oct
2020

PREVIEW | Wexford v Ramblers

Cobh Ramblers travel to Wexford this Friday night still in the hunt for a precious First Division play-off spot. A heart-breaking last minute winner from Cabinteely gave them all three points against the Rams on Saturday but Stuart Ashton’s side remain just three points off the play-off spots. With Bray and Drogheda battling for top...
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01
Oct
2020

PREVIEW | Ramblers v Cabinteely

Following last weekend’s brilliant 1-0 win at Galway, Ramblers are back home on Saturday night as play-off rivals Cabinteely make the trip to the Great Island. With just four gameweeks remaining in the First Division, every game is crucial at this stage and this weekend will play a huge role in the promotion race. Ian...
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18
Sep
2020

PREVIEW | Athlone v Ramblers

Ramblers travel to Athlone Town this evening, looking to quickly bounce back from last week’s home defeat to UCD. Cobh currently sit in sixth in the First Division table, three points off the play-off spots, and a win in Athlone could see the club climb as high as fourth. Athlone meanwhile prop up the table...
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15
Sep
2020

Cobh Ramblers Statement

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10
Sep
2020

Preview | Ramblers v UCD

Cobh Ramblers return to St Colman’s Park this Saturday night, hosting UCD at 19:00. The Rams are in flying form in the First Division, coming into the tie on the back of four league wins and clean sheets. The past week saw Cobh earn 1-0 wins against both Drogheda and Shamrock Rovers II, with Naythan...
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01
Sep
2020

Sports Prediction Quiz 2020

It’s taken some time, but we are delighted to finally be able to bring you an update on our Sports Prediction Quiz for 2020. Covid-19 has seen the number of events reduced from 21 to 15. As it stands, all will be decided in this year’s competition in December when the All Ireland finals are...
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28
Aug
2020

PREVIEW | Ramblers v Dundalk

The highly anticipated FAI Cup second round meeting between Cobh Ramblers and Dundalk takes place this Sunday at 5pm in St Colman’s Park, with live coverage available on the Watch LOI platform. Cobh come into the game in flying form, having picked up home wins over both Wexford and Longford last week as the First...
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17
Aug
2020

Coleman added to First Team squad

Cobh Ramblers manager Stuart Ashton has added centre back Naythan Coleman to the Rams first team squad for the remainder of the 2020 season. Coleman signs from Munster Senior League side Carrigaline United. He is also a member of the successful IT Carlow side who have won both CFAI and CUFL titles in recent years....
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13
Aug
2020

Preview – Ramblers v Cabinteely

Friday night sees Ramblers visit the Capital to take on First Division leaders Cabinteely in Stradbrook. Cobh come into the game on the back of a 2-2 draw with Galway United, while Cabo also drew their last fixture, a 0-0 stalemate in Wexford. The Rams’  last win against Friday’s opponents came back in May 2018...
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07
Aug
2020

Preview | Cobh Ramblers v Galway United

For the first time since March 7th Cobh Ramblers are in action in St Colman’s Park, hosting Galway United on Saturday night. While the capacity at the ground is limited to 200 people, including players and staff, due to Covid-19, Stuart Ashton and his side will no doubt be delighted to finally return to the...
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