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09
Mar
2022

Preview | Cork Derby in Turners Cross

It’s Cork Derby week in the First Division week as we visit Cork City on Friday night for our first away trip of the 2022 campaign. The Rams come into the tie on the back of last Friday’s 0-0 draw at home to Treaty in St Colman’s Park, while City were held to the same...
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05
Mar
2022

Academy Action Returns

With the Ramblers Academy teams kicking off their seasons this weekend, we look ahead to how the Young Rams are shaping up for 2022. At U19 level, former Cork Kennedy Cup Manager Zoran Teodorovic has taken over for the new campaign. He is ably assisted by Damien Rowe, Noel Cantwell and Seamus Forde. Last year...
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03
Mar
2022

Preview | Ramblers v Treaty United

Ramblers are back in home action this Friday night as Munster rivals Treaty United travel to Cobh. Coming into the game on the back of last week’s opening 3-2 loss to Wexford, the Rams will look to put that behind them in St Colman’s Park. Treaty’s home tie against Athlone last week was postponed due...
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01
Mar
2022

Club Statement

Cobh Ramblers wish to issue the following statement in relation to events at our recent home game against Wexford FC. As a family orientated club we will not tolerate any supporter throwing objects onto the field of play or using flares. These pose serious health and safety risks. If there is a repeat of this...
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23
Feb
2022

Harlain Mbayo joins Ramblers

Cobh Ramblers FC are pleased to announce the signing of former Aberdeen and Airdrie defender Harlain Mbayo. The Democratic Republic of the Congo U21 international joins the club for the 2022 LOI season. Harlain grew up in Belgium, having moved there from DR Congo at a young age. He spent time in Anderlecht’s academy before...
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21
Feb
2022

RamVolunteer | Cobh Ramblers Volunteer Recruitment Drive

Volunteers are at the heart of every club in the country and Cobh Ramblers are no different. Our fantastic group at present has seen us grow hugely in recent years. We have added womens’ teams, additional academy teams, developed our facilities and much more. Now however we are at the stage where this growth cannot...
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17
Feb
2022

Preview | Longford away to open 2022

Ramblers open the 2022 First Division season on Saturday night, travelling to recently relegated Longford Town. With two months of pre-season now behind them, Darren Murphy takes his Rams side to the Midlands to face a Longford team now managed by former Bray manager Gary Cronin. The pair last met during the shortened 2020 campaign,...
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15
Feb
2022

First senior contracts for five Young Rams

Cobh Ramblers can announce that Alan Happi, Darragh Burke, Michael McCarthy, Tiernan O’Brien and David Eguaibor have all signed their first senior contracts for the 2022 League of Ireland season. Alan first joined the club’s U17 side in 2018 from Ringmahon Rangers, spending two impressive years within the Academy. He returned to Ringmahon’s first team...
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11
Feb
2022

Ramblers receive Sports Capital Grant

Cobh Ramblers FC are delighted to announce that we have been awarded €300,000 in the latest round of Government sports capital grants. We thank Government ministers Catherine Martin TD and Jack Chambers TD, and all who have supported us locally, in particular James O’Connor TD and Simon Coveney TD. We also wish to thank Walter...
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08
Feb
2022

EA SPORTS NATIONAL UNDERAGE LEAGUE 2022 SEASON FIXTURES CONFIRMED

The fixtures for the upcoming 2022 EA Sports underage national leagues were recently released, featuring all five Ramblers teams. In the Women’s U17 League, our first ever female national league side have been drawn in Group A alongside Bray, Carlow Kilkenny, Cork City, DLR Waves, Galway, Treaty, Waterford and Wexford. Teams will place eachother once...
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