# Cobh Ramblers

This year
# Kingdom Will Come
Kerry FC's first-ever League of Ireland match ends in defeat
Cobh Ramblers prevailed on a windswept Mounthawk Park.
Last year
Cork City take huge step to First Division title with dramatic derby win over Cobh Ramblers
It was a seismic night in the race for automatic promotion and Colin Healy’s quest was helped by Bray Wanderers beating Galway United.
# Hot Seat
Cobh Ramblers appoint Shane Keegan as manager
The 40-year-old has signed a deal until the end of the 2023 season.
# Handshake
Cobh Ramblers part company with boss Darren Murphy and backroom team
The Cork side currently sit second from bottom in the First Division following a poor run of performances and results.
# First division
Galway United come out on top of scrappy affair with narrow win over Cobh
John Caulfield’s outfit are now three points off Cork at the top of the table.
All time
# joining up
Cobh Ramblers confirm partnership with Premier League side Burnley
First Division outfit Cobh Ramblers will enjoy a range of benefts from the link with the English club.
# Cian And Able
Bargary's goal sends Cork on their way to derby win over Cobh
Cian Barbary and Cian Coleman got the goals as Cork beat neighbours Cobh.
# Boost
Cobh Ramblers announce plans to field women's team again after lengthy absence
The Leeside outfit are hoping to play Women’s National League football in 2022.
# First division
Verdon scores twice as Longford Town win 'midlands clasico'
There was late drama in the league’s other game between Cobh Ramblers and Galway United.
# It Wasn't Me
Cobh Ramblers attacker has red card rescinded after case of mistaken identity
Lee Devitt was sent off during the 2-0 defeat to Drogheda United, despite picking up just one yellow card.
# New Gaffer
'A strong foundation for success': Cobh Ramblers appoint Ashton as new boss until 2021
A vastly experienced coach in Cork, Stuart Ashton will take over as first team head coach at St Colman’s Park.
# Roundup
Lyons hat-trick sees Drogheda chase top spot while Douglas header snatches Bray a point
Drogheda United closed the gap on Shelbourne to two points with a 6-0 hammering of Wexford.
# Wrap
Shelbourne close in on Premier Division return
Elsehwere, Bray Wanderers defeated Athlone Town and the Munster derby was a seven-goal thriller.
# Results
Leaders Shelbourne left frustrated after dramatic finale at Tolka Park
Drogheda United and Longford Town will hope to close the gap to Shels when they meet tomorrow.
# new faces
Cork City appoint Kelleher as first team manager, Cotter to retain head coach role
The 2017 Premier Division winners today confirmed their management structure for 2019.
# exit doors
'Filthy dirty' jerseys the final straw for departed Cobh Ramblers boss Henderson
Stephen Henderson recently stepped down from the helm of the First Division outfit.
# Interview
'If you look at Niall Quinn's document, there’s nothing new in it. I’ve been preaching this for the last 10 years'
Cobh Ramblers manager Stephen Henderson speaks to The42 about Shane Ross’ football forum, Niall Quinn’s grand plans and forming a League Managers Association.
# promotion race
Shelbourne capitalise as Limerick topple First Division leaders
Cabinteely have fallen two places to third after suffering a defeat on Shannonside this evening.
# statement
Cobh Ramblers request FAI investigation following irregular betting patterns during Limerick defeat
Ramblers lost 3-2 at home to the Blues on Saturday.
# First Division Wrap
Cabinteely move four clear of Shels with priceless derby win as Longford stay top in Louth
Kieran Marty Waters kept Cabo hot on Longford’s heels with an early winner in their Dublin derby.
# Round-Up
Bray return to top spot as Limerick, Drogs and Cabo also pick up wins
All four home teams were victorious this evening in the second tier of the SSE Airtricity League.
# League of Ireland
Cobh Ramblers' underdog run reminds us why the EA Sports Cup is worth loving
A coin-toss shouldn’t decide the venue for a national final, writes John O’Sullivan.
# EA Sports Cup
James McClean will make his punditry debut on Sunday for Eir Sport
The former Derry City winger will return to the Brandywell to analyse Sunday’s EA Sports Cup final.
# Interview
'I left something behind me and that's not an easy thing to come to terms with'
In an extensive interview, Shane O’Connor of Cobh Ramblers, who was on the books at Liverpool and Ipswich Town, opens up about the challenges he encountered after returning from England.
# Round-Up
Former Reading forward nets hat-trick as UCD take one step closer to First Division title
There were big wins for UCD and Finn Harps on a busy night in the SSE Airtricity League First Division.
# Reaction
'I saw people crying today... that's what football does'
Cobh Ramblers boss Stephen Henderson hailed his young side following their shock win over Dundalk.
# Giant-killing
Shock giant-killing as Cobh Ramblers stun League Cup holders Dundalk to book final spot
Chris Hull’s goal with 15 minutes to go booked Cobh Ramblers’ place in their first ever senior cup final.
# Wrap
UCD extend First Division lead as Harps and Shels play out third draw of the season
Cabinteely moved further clear of Cobh Ramblers in midtable with a 2-0 home win.
# Round-Up
Leaders UCD suffer surprise defeat while Paddy McCourt gets on the scoresheet for Harps
UCD’s lead at the top of the table was reduced on a busy night of action in the First Division.
# Wrap
Galway crush Cobh as UCD withstand Wexford fightback to extend lead at top of First Division
There were three First Division ties down for decision this evening.
# Round-Up
Furlong nets fourth goal while on-loan Rovers striker O'Connor bags debut strike for Harps
There were three games played in the First Division on Friday night.
# First division
Brilliant Cobh comeback earns Henderson's troops a point against Longford
Longford threw away a two goal cushion at City Calling Stadium in their opening game of the 2018 First Division.
# 2020 vision
'If you're only involved to get something back for personal gain, you should just get the f**k out'
Stephen Henderson is hoping for another season of punching above their weight for his Cobh Ramblers side.
# First Division Wrap
Consolation for Cobh as they ensure champions Waterford finish on losing note
Elsewhere, Shelbourne, UCD and Longford Town finished the season with wins.
# second tier
'They sweat blood and run their hearts out. Fans pay a tenner - we need to give them their money's worth'
Cobh Ramblers manager Stephen Henderson discusses the frustrations and moments of joy that make life in the First Division worthwhile.
# First Division Wrap
Three goals put Cobh three points off top as Longford deliver under new manager
There were two games down for decision in the SSE Airtricity League First Division tonight.
# promotion hunt
Waterford maintain First Division lead but Cobh keep the pressure on
Wexford also picked up their first win of the season tonight by getting the better of Shelbourne.
# cup final day
Liffey Wanderers lift first-ever FAI Intermediate Cup after penalty shootout with Cobh
The Dublin club eventually won out against their Cork opponents at the Aviva Stadium.
# Play-off
From winning trophies at Wembley and Old Trafford to League of Ireland coaching at 31
Darren Murphy has helped Stephen Henderson to bring Cobh Ramblers to the brink of the Premier Division.
# Division 1
Brilliant Lee-J Lynch goal helps Limerick see off Cobh Ramblers
Chris Mulhall doubled the leaders’ advantage minutes after a sensational goal from Lynch.