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 […]

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 […]

Rams find form as Meade moves on

Cobh Ramblers got their season back on track with a morale-boosting 3-0 win over Wexford Youths at a sunny St.Colman’s Park on Saturday night. Former Rambler Roy Keane watched on as a Conor Meade penalty gave Ramblers the lead after a closely fought first half with further goals from Bobbi Donoghue and a second for […]

PREVIEW: Cobh Ramblers v Wexford Youths

Cobh Ramblers are back in action after the mid-season break as they welcome Wexford Youths to St. Colman’s Park on Saturday night hoping for a repeat of the 5-0 victory in the first game of the season. (Kick-off 7:45) Ramblers winger Martin Deady was man of the match in that win and he’s desperate for […]

Ramblers pay the penalty as Blues move up to 4th

Two Ben Ryan penalties gave Waterford United a deserved win over a depleted Cobh Ramblers side at St. Colman’s Park on Saturday night. Ramblers stay second bottom of the table and go into the mid-season break just two points ahead of basement side Salthill Devon and on a wretched league run that has seen them […]

Hill looks forward to key Munster derby

Cobh Ramblers host Waterford United in a vital clash at the bottom of the Airtricity League First Division at St. Colman’s Park on Saturday night. (Kick-off 7:45) Cobh are currently second last in the table but a win on Saturday would move them to within four points of their opponents who sit third bottom while […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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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