Cork City 2-3 Cobh Ramblers – Enda McGuill Cup Semi-Final

Where do I start! A match that had everything. It was a game that exceeded all expectations, full of the passion, determination and flair associated with the Cork-Cobh derby. Five goals, two red cards and some crunching tackles, what more could you want! Within two minutes of the game starting, Cobh were a man down....
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Ramblers announce signings

Cobh Ramblers today announced their first signings of the season as they prepare for their second year back in the First Division. Goalkeepers Shane Hallahan and Robert Birdsall , defenders Brendán Frahill, Anthony O’Donnell, Eoin Hastings and Adam Thompson have all re-signed for the 2014 season along with midfielders Roy Kenny and Bobbi Donoghue. The...
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Cobh Ramblers Season Review “The Rams Return”

After a four year absence, Ramblers finally made a welcome return to the League of Ireland. There was a lot of optimism in the town heading into the season after an impressive pre- season. Fans weren’t aiming too high though as they knew it was a young team with many u19s making the step up....
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Cobh Ramblers 3 – 2 Finn Harps

Ronan Stanton scored a well-taken double as Cobh Ramblers recovered from conceding within 47 seconds to beat Finn Harps 3-2 at St. Colman’s Park on Saturday night. Revenge was the order of the day as Dave Hill’s side had been knocked out of the FAI Cup by Harps on Monday night and the win moves...
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Harps rout nine-man Ramblers – Cobh Ramblers 0-4 Finn Harps

Nine-man Cobh Ramblers were controversially knocked out of the FAI Cup after a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Finn Harps on Monday night. A contentious Kevin McHugh penalty was the main talking point as the Donegal side advanced into the last eight of the competition for the first time in 10 years. Ramblers dominated...
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Waterford United 1 – 0 Cobh Ramblers

Waterford came out victors in this Munster Derby, thereby keeping in touch with the league leaders. A solitary goal from ex-Ram Conor Meade, gave the Blues all three points. It wasn’t the liveliest of games at first. Waterford looked the better side early on. The excellent RSC pitch, allowed for nice passing but neither team...
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Deady wins five goal thriller – Ramblers 3 – 2 Mervue

Martin Deady’s late winner gave Cobh Ramblers a dramatic 3-2 win over Mervue United in the Airtricity League First Division on Saturday night. Ramblers were two up through goals from strike duo Kynan Rocks and Davin O’Neill with Mervue levelling after two Ryan Manning penalties but Deady won it for Cobh late on after a...
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Comeback Kings: Ramblers 4-3 Longford Town

Davin O’Neill scored an incredible 84th minute winner as Cobh Ramblers produced an amazing comeback to beat Longford Town 4-3 at St.Colman’s Park. League leaders’ Longford were three up and cruising after half an hour through headers from Josh O’Hanlon and Rhys Gorman and a neat finish by David O’Sullivan. Ramblers were given a glimmer...
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Ramblers face table-toppers

Cobh Ramblers host league leaders Longford Town on Saturday night looking to continue their recent revival. (Kick off 7:45) Dave Hill’s side have picked up five points from their last three games with a superb 3-0 home win against Wexford Youths followed by a battling 2-2 draw with Finn Harps and a scoreless draw last...
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Frahill and Fitzgerald ruled out as Rams face tricky trip to Donegal

Cobh Ramblers will have to do without their first choice centre half pairing as they make one of the longest trips in Irish football to Finn Park tonight. (Kick-off 8:00pm) A win for Ramblers would move them to within two points of third bottom Harps but they’ll be without the injured Brendan Frahill and Brian...
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