Ronan Murray

  • Erris native Ronan Murray signed for Drogheda United this season.

    The former Ipswich Town striker was with Sligo Rovers for the last couple of season but injury curtailed regular football.

    The 29-year-old told Midwest Sport today that he is keen to hit the ground running with the Louth outfit.

  • Erris native Ronan Murray has signed for Drogheda United.

    The 29-year-old signs for the Louth outfit from Sligo Rovers.

    The striker is the First Division champions' latest signing ahead of their Premier Division mission this year.

    Drogs boss Tim Clancy had already snapped up experienced campaigners Dane Massey, Gary Deegan and Dinny Corcoran.

    Drogheda United's SSE Airtricity Premier Division campaign commences on Friday, March 19, at home to Waterford FC.

  • Striker Ronan Murray has left Dundalk to join Sligo Rovers.

    Murray has signed a two-year deal at the Showgrounds.

    Meanwhile, Regan Donelon and Kyle Callan-McFadden are the latest players to commit to Sligo for the coming season.



  • Sligo Rovers are up to third in the SSE Airtricity Premier Division.

    Liam Buckley’s side were 3-1 winners at home to Finn Harps with Erris man Ronan Murray among the scorers.

    Harps ended that game with nine men, and also saw manager Ollie Horgan sent to the stands.

    Drogheda United have moved top of the First Division.

    They thrashed previous leaders Cabinteely 5-1 at United Park tonight.

    Bray are up to second following a 3-1 victory over Athlone.

    John Caulfiled made it back-to-back wins as Galway boss with a 3-nil win at UCD.

    While Cobh were 1-nil winners away to Shamrock Rovers Two.