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25
May
2013

Hill: “Onwards and upwards”

Dave Hill admitted he was unhappy with the result, but not with his team’s performance after Cobh Ramblers went down 1-2 to Salthill Devon on Friday night. The Ramblers manager believes his young side’s naivety cost them dear as they conceded two goals late in the first-half despite their early dominance. Hill said: “We’re not...
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25
May
2013

Ten-man Devon rub Salt in Ramblers’ wounds

Cobh Ramblers went down 1-2 to Salthill Devon despite a spirited performance at St. Colman’s Park on Friday night. Two Enda Curran goals late in the first half were enough to give Salthill their first win of the season and move them to within five points of Ramblers at the bottom of the First Division...
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23
May
2013

Preview: Ramblers v Salthill Devon

Cobh Ramblers are in action this Friday night at home to basement side Salthill Devon. Ramblers will want to end their 5 game winless streak against the bottom club. A depleted Rams side were on the end of a 5-1 drubbing last time out away to table-toppers Longford Town. Meanwhile the Galway side, were defeated...
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14
May
2013

Ramblers 1-1 Athlone Town

A certain game against Athlone that clinched the First Division title and gained Ramblers promotion to the Premier Division a few years ago will always be remembered as ‘The Game’, however, last Saturday Nights home tie against the same opposition will be remembered quite as well for what can only be described as a ‘Cracking...
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04
May
2013

Ramblers 2-2 Finn Harps

St. Colman’s Park has been the place to be this season if it’s goals you’re after, and it didn’t disappoint on Saturday evening as Cobh Ramblers and Finn Harps played out a 2-2 draw in the Airtricity League First Division. Cobh struck first blood through Brian Fitzgerald, before Kevin McHugh equalised for the visitors. Davin...
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27
Apr
2013

Wexford Youths 3-0 Ramblers

Once again Ramblers had to plan without John Meade who failed to recover from the injury that kept him out of the previous game in Waterford; furthermore they had to plan without the services of Brian Fitzgerald who was serving the automatic ban as a result of the red card received in the RSC. Rambler’s...
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20
Apr
2013

Waterford 0-0 Ramblers

Following on from the sheer drama of the home fixture with Mervue the previous week, most, if not all punters would have this game down to be high scoring affair. Ramblers were forced into one late change with John Meade failing a late fitness test which meant Martin Deady deputised at left back with Davin...
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15
Apr
2013

Cobh Ramblers 5-3 Mervue United

8 goals, 4 penalties, 3 red cards and 2 goal keepers sent off. Without a doubt, this was the craziest game I was ever at. Mervue headed into the game with the only remaining unbeaten run in the league. Ramblers meanwhile went into the game on the back of a 1-1 draw against the other...
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31
Mar
2013

Ramblers 3 – 4 Longford – Visitors snatch it late on

Ramblers let a 3-1 lead slip as comeback kings Longford left St. Colman’s Park with a 4-3 win. There were two changes from the Ramblers side that drew with Athlone Town. Brendan Frahill came in for Gary Collins at centre back and Bobby Donoghue replaced Alan O’Flynn on the wing. It started brilliantly for the...
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29
Mar
2013

Preview: Ramblers v Longford Town

Ramblers are due to play Longford Town this Saturday at 7:45pm. The Rams have 4 points from their opening three fixtures. They currently sit in 5th position in the league. They gained a well-earned point after last Saturday’s 1-1 draw up in Athlone.  Conor Meade scored from the spot early on and he now has...
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