Annual General Meeting

The Annual General Meeting of Manorhamilton Rangers AFC takes place on Thursday 21st of June at 8pm at Manor Astro. All are invited to attend.

Manorhamilton Rangers secure 2nd place in Super League.

Roger Connolly's Manorhamilton Rangers senior team secured their highest ever placing in the Sligo/Leitrim super league finishing in the runners up spot behind Carbury FC. It's been a fantastic season in Rogers first season in charge. Particularly pleasing is the breakthrough of a number of last years U18 squad who slotted in seamlessly. Vincent Sweeeney and Shane Walsh getting amongst the goals as the season progressed. With the season now at an end. Roger and the management team would like to thank all the players who contributed throughout the season and we look forward to a real good attempt at the title next season. Special thanks to those who came to support and help in any way.

Manorhamilton Rangers U15 Secure league and Connacht Cup double

Manorhamilton Rangers U15 team under the guidance of Roger and Adam Connolly secured the Connacht Cup and Sligo Leitrim league title in a superb season for the team. Manor accounted for Benbulben in the Showgrounds coming away 3/2 winners against Benbulben FC with Eanna Clancy, Patrick Montgomery and Diarmuid Giblin scoring for Manor. In the Connacht Cup final Manor beat Tuam Celtic by 3/2 after extra time with goals from Gabriel Gilbride, Muireann Devaney and Diarmuid Giblin securing the title. Well done to Roger and the lads. Special mention also to Sandra Connolly who does trojan work in the background for the team.

Manor win U16 Sligo/Leitrim Schoolboys Shield

Manorhamilton Rangers U16 have have won the U16 Sligo/Leitrim Schoolboys league Shield final. Manor beat Ballymote Celtic at Brother Walfrid Park on Wednesday 9th of May in a thrilling final before a large crowd. Manor found themselves 2-0 down in this final but never gave up and responded with three well taken goals from Diarmuid Giblin, Oran Gethins and Jack O'Connell. a great and well deserved comeback for Daithi Cummins team as they secured silverware for the second year running.