Robbie Doyle
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4. Robbie Doyle

In 1998 Robert Doyle playing at that time on our under 16 team, became the first Ardmore player to win an international cap while playing for Ardmore Rovers.
He was part of the team that won the Nordic Cup in August 1998 scoring the winner against Iceland and Norway. Then scoring the opening goal in the final win over England.
Robbie was nominated in 1999 for SFAI Under 16 layer of The Year.

Robbie moved to Blackburn Rovers, spending 3 years at the club. He had loan spells at Huddersfield Town and Oldham Athletic before returning to Ireland.
Robbie then had a short spell at St Patrick's Athletic on his return before joining Bray Wanderers in time for the 2001/02 season. He made a handful of appearances at the club when Paul Doolin offered him regular first team football at UCD and so Doyle was on his way again. He scored on his debut for UCD on the first day of the 2002/03 season against Bohemians and his performances that season impressed Stephen Kenny enough to offer him a move to Bohemians at the end of the season.
He made a decent start to life at Dalymount and played in all of Bohs' four 2003–04 UEFA Champions League qualifiers and in mid 2004, he returned once again to St Patrick's Athletic. He has since played for Bray Wanderers and Macclesfield Town.
On July 4th 2007, Robbie signed for Dundalk FC from Macclesfield Town.
He left at the end of the 2007 season by Dundalk and signed for Sporting Fingal F.C. at the start of the 2008 season and ended the season as First Division top scorer. Fingal achieved promotion to the Premier Division in 2009 and better was to come as Fingal and Doyle won the FAI Cup, beating Sligo Rovers 2-1.
On the 4th March 2010 he re-signed for Bray Wanderers.

He has also represented Ireland at U15, U16, U17, U18 and U21 levels.