Jack Kelly selected for Sligo Rovers U13

Manrhamilton Rangers & Sligo Leitrim captain Jack Kelly becomes the latest Manorhamilton Rangers player to sign for Sligo Rovers. The club would like to wish Jack all the best in his future playing career.

Seniors win thrilling Connacht Cup tie

Manorhamilton Rangers senior team had a thrilling victory in front of a large crowd in the Bee Park on Sunday against Galway side Renmore Fc. The game was played on a crisp Sunday afternoon before a large crowd.Manor were slow starters and showed nerves in the first ten minutes. Renmore opened the scoring when some poor defending saw Arron Hickey slice the ball as he tried to clear it. The ball fell to Gerard for Renmore who buried the gift to the net for 1/1. Manor came more into the game and dominated large parts of the rest of the first half. Robbie Cunningham saw a Renmore defender scoop the ball off the line aftrer he delicately lobbed the keeper. Seamus Ryder and Ciaran McLaughlin went close and Brian McDonald hit the side netting. Renmores keeper produced three good saves to keep Manor at bay. Renmore led going into the break. The second half was more of the same but they struggled to get the breakthrough despite some great passages of play with Kieran Brick, Paul Logan and Alan Hickey dominating the midfield area.Manor did get the equaliser when a Kieran Brick cross sailed into the Remore box and was headed home by Seamus Ryder in the 89th minute. The teams were level after normal time at 1/1. Manor started very well in extratime and took the lead after some great play from Robbie Cunningham set up Seamus Ryder who riffled his shot to the Renmore net for 2/1. Renmore equalised with Synott catching the Manor defence napping for 2/2. the teams could not be seperated after extratime and a penalty shootout beckoned. Manor and Renmore matched each other penalty after penalty.There was drama in the end with Renmore having a penalty to win the game but hit the post. Thomas McDonald scored for Manor and Colin Gilligan saved to put Manor into the next round.

New Sponsors

We are delighted to announce that Sarah McCann and the Granary Bar have come on board as the main sponsor of the clubs Senior team. The Granary Bar will now host all functions that are ran under the auspices of the club. Our new Granary Bar jerseys will get their first outing when the Super league season kicks off on Sunday 8th September.Thanks again to all at Granary Bar.

Club Committee 2019/2020 Season

Following on from the recent AGM the following were elected Chairman Hugo Clancy Secretary Eugene Gilgunn Treasurer Joe Cleary Youth Secretary Bernie Cleary PRO & Assistant Child Protection Officer Dave Cummins Child Protection Officer Marie Keany