Sligo dump Bohs out

Sligo dump Bohs out

Sligo Rovers 2 Bohemians 1

Sligo came from behind to beat double winners Bohemians for the second time this month and end the Gypsies hold on the FAI Ford Cup.

Glen Cronin put Bohemians in front minutes before half-time when punishing a defensive blunder by Gavin Peers to shoot home.

But Sligo hit back to level through captain Conor O’Grady on 67 minutes after Raff Cretaro created the opening, racing through to draw keeper Brian Murphy off his line and square the ball and give his team-mate a simple tap-in.

Eoin Doyle then won it for Rovers on 71 minutes. O’Grady’s initial shot following a corner deflected into the path of Doyle who drilled past Murphy.

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