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Town prepare to welcome Cork as tough fixtures continue

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Each passing week brings another difficult assignment for Athlone Town, who welcome Cork City to Lissywollen this evening for a crucial SSE Airtricity League clash.

Cooke hopes Town will take points from the students

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Without a point following two demanding SSE Airtricity League fixtures Athlone Town will be hoping to open their seasonal account at the UCD Bowl this evening.

Rovers come to town for first top level tie in 18 years

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Eighteen years can feel like an eternity in football and Lissywoolen will provide the ideal backdrop for Athlone Town’s first home SSE Airtricity League Premier Division fixture in almost two decades when hosting Shamrock Rovers tonight.

After two decades, the wait for top flight football ends for Town

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Athlone Town’s 18 year wait for top flight football will end at the Showgrounds on Saturday evening.

New soccer era begins for Galway with Longford’s visit

SSE Airtricity League first division favourites Longford Town will provide Galway FC with a stern challenge in tomorrow evening's seasonal opener at Eamonn Deacy Park (7.45pm).

New signing O’Brien doubtful for Athlone friendly

With pre-season fixtures arriving thick and fast, Galway FC continue preparing for their crucial Airtricity League opener with Longford Town on March 7 as Athlone Town visit Eamonn Deacy Park this Saturday (7.45pm kick off).

Cooke optimistic of at least one more signing before opener against Sligo

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As the Airtricity League season edges closer Athlone Town continue to prepare for the exciting challenges that await and manager Mick Cooke remains optimistic.

Galway FC must hit the ground running

Galway FC's opening game in the Airtricity League will be a home fixture against first division favourites Longford Town on Friday March 7 at Eamonn Deacy Park.

Confidence boost critical as United heads towards play-offs

Having only registered a paltry two points from 17 previous Terryland Park games this season, Galway United will be hoping to make some kind of improvement on that woeful record when Bray Wanderers visit the Dyke Road tomorrow evening.

Brennan urges United to play a possession game

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Galway United will travel the N17 on Saturday to the Showgrounds eager to regain respectability after suffering an eight-goal defeat to Sligo Rovers ealier in the season.

 

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