Sligo Rovers suffered a 3-0 hammering at the hands of Derry in the Ulster team’s home ground last night.
After a delayed start due to a floodlight failure, Derry City were able to keep their hopes for European qualification alive.
For Rovers it’s a disappointing defeat as they now look ahead to Bohemains next weekend.
Derry City: P. Cherrie; J. McDonagh, D. Cole, A. Gilchrist, C. Coll; C. Harkin, G. Bruna, G. Sloggett (M. McCrudden 81), J. Ogedi-Uzokwe (D. McCauley 74); C. Davis (J. Malone 62); D. Parkhouse; Subs Not Used – N. Gartside, M. McChrystal, E. Stokes, J. Parke.
Sligo Rovers: E. McGinty; J. Mahon, J. Dunleavy, K. Callan-McFadden, D. Kane; R. Murray (R. Donelon 73), D. Fordyce, S. Warde (K. Twardek 58), L. Banks; R. Coughlan, R. Parkes; Subs Not Used – L. Nicholas, B. Morley, L. Kerrigan, R. Smith, S. Lynch.
Referee – Damien MacGraith.