Cobh Ramblers' Henderson and Ashton sign extended three-year deals

Cobh Ramblers Football Club have announced their coaching ticket of Stephen Henderson and Stuart Ashton have extended their deals.

The pair are said to have signed a new deal that will keep them at the St Colman’s Park until the end of the 2020 season.

Ramblers are currently second in the SSE Airtricity League First Division, nine points behind the leaders, Waterford.

Chairman of Cobh Ramblers, Bob Donovan has said the club is delighted Ashton and Henderson have decided to extend their time at Cobh Ramblers.

“We’re absolutely delighted Stephen and Stuart have decided to extend their time at Cobh Ramblers. To sign a three year deal shows a huge belief in the project here at Ramblers, and I have no doubt Stephen and Stuart will continue and improve their already impressive work at the club," he said.

“On behalf of everyone at the club I would like to thank them for all their hard work, and I’m very excited to see where they can bring Ramblers in the future. This news puts Ramblers on a very strong footing moving forward.”

Manager Stephen Henderson and assistant manager Stuart Ashton.
Manager Stephen Henderson and assistant manager Stuart Ashton.


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