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28
Mar
2014

Enda McGuill Cup Final: Cobh Ramblers 3-2 Drogheda United

Cobh Ramblers were crowned the 2014 Enda McGuill Cup champions after a 3-2 win over Drogheda United at St Colman’s Park on Wednesday night. A brace from captain Keith O’Flynn either side of a Sean O’Mahony header gave Ramblers the win in front of a huge crowd at the historical ground. This ensures that the...
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25
Mar
2014

Enda McGuill FAI U19 Cup Final – Cobh Ramblers v Drogheda United

EndaMcGuill Cup Final – Cobh Ramblers v Drogheda United The Cup final, the pinnacle of the domestic u19 game. It is a game players across the country want to win but only a coveted few have done so. This year will see a new name on the trophy as both Cobh and Drogheda are appearing...
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24
Mar
2014

Ramblers Player Keith O’Flynn talks to Thomas Stafford

Perhaps one of the players that this game means the most to is captain Keith O’Flynn.  A Cobh local, he has played for the Rams since he was 6 and what a night it could be for him! How has preparation been heading into the final? We have been training as normal every Tuesday and...
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14
Mar
2014

PREVIEW: Wexford Youths v Cobh Ramblers

Martin Cambridge’s Cobh Ramblers travel down to the South-East this weekend to face Wexford Youths. The Rams started off their campaign last weekend with a 1-1 draw at home to Shamrock Rovers B. They had a number of key players missing and it was down to the young guard to step up. It was one...
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12
Mar
2014

U19s: Cobh Ramblers 2-3 Cork City

Cobh Ramblers were defeated 3-2 by local rivals Cork City in an entertaining game at St Colman’s Park. Conor Ellis put City ahead in the first half and Darren Murphy doubled their lead early in the second half. Ryan Goldsmith pulled one back soon after but it looked to be in vain when substitute Kieran...
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12
Mar
2014

Cobh Ramblers 1-1 Shamrock Rovers B

A late goal from James Carson gave Ramblers a share of the spoils in Rovers’ reserves first ever game. An early Daniel Purdy strike put the Dubliners ahead but they couldn’t hold on and Cobh deservedly equalised on 89 minutes. Ramblers were missing a number of key players. Martin Deady and Brendán Frahill were both...
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06
Mar
2014

PREVIEW: Cobh Ramblers v Shamrock Rovers “B”

The League of Ireland season is finally upon us and if 2014 is anything like last year then we are in for a treat! This Saturday sees a piece of LOI history being made at St Colman’s Park. This will be the first ever game featuring a reserve side in the First Division. Although the...
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27
Feb
2014

Cobh Ramblers 1-2 Cork City – Pre-season Friendly (Match called off at half time)

The Cork public only got to see half of the local derby this evening as the terrible weather conditions at St Colman’s Park forced the game to be abandoned at half time. The Leesiders were leading Cobh 2-1 at the break before it was decided to cancel the game. Cobh were missing Alan O’Flynn, Andrew...
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25
Feb
2014

Damian O’Rourke signs for Ramblers

Cobh Ramblers have added experienced defender Damian O’Rourke to their squad for the new season. He began his career with Cork City’s youth side in 1999/00. He won their u18 player of the year that season as they won the league and cup double. Damian went on trial with Preston but returned to Cork City’s...
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25
Feb
2014

Another four sign for Ramblers

Cobh Ramblers interim boss Martin Cambridge has added four more players to the Rams squad for the 2014 season. Centre back Craig Burns has re-signed along with midfielders Martin Deady, Mikey O’Shea and Rob Waters. All of the players had been training with the side before the manager Dave Hill’s recent departure. Defender Burns trained...
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