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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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24
Mar
2013

Athlone Town 1-1 Cobh Ramblers

Athlone, a place that evokes recent fond memories in the history of Cobh Ramblers. Hard to believe that it is five and a half years since a huge contingent travelled up to witness Ramblers capture the First Division title. The circumstances are so different now, so much has happened in the intervening years but we’re...
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16
Mar
2013

Finn Harps 4 – 1 Cobh Ramblers

Travelling from Cork to a place like Ballybofey, or any other long journey on the day of a match, is never a good idea, as Cobh Ramblers found out last Friday night when they travelled to Finn Park to take on Finn Harps who were playing their first Airtricity First Division home game of the...
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14
Mar
2013

Preview: Ramblers v Finn Harps – Friday 15th March

On the back of last weeks great 5-0 against Wexford Youths at St.Colman’s Park, Ramblers now face the long trip to Ballybofey to face Finn Harps on Friday, (kick-off 8.00pm) who play their first home game of the season. Last week Harps’ Sean McCarron gave Manager, Peter Hutton’s side a deserved share of the spoils...
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10
Mar
2013

High-5 for Ramblers Against Wexford Youths

An estimated crowd of 800 footballing supporters saw Ramblers start this exciting fixture very brightly with Conor Meade and Martin Deady forcing early saves from Wexford keeper Graham Doyle. It was Meade who opened the scoring on 15 minutes when Deady ran to the byline and passed it to the former Avondale man. He neatly...
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08
Mar
2013

We’re NOT There Just To Make Up The Numbers

The Airtricity League season is finally upon us. After a four year absence Cobh Ramblers are back and are not there just to make up the numbers. A well deserved win against Limerick during pre-season, caught a lot of people’s attention and they were forced to share the spoils in the derby with Cork City....
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19
Feb
2013

2013 Match & Season Ticket Pricing

Match Ticket pricing is as follows for the coming season: Adults €10.00 Students / OAP’s : € 5 ( Student Card required ) Juvenile: €2.00 ( Under 12 ) MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT. Season Ticket Pricing Adult: €150 All league and under 19 games OAP: €75.00 Student: €30.00 ( 12 to 18 )...
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