Sligo hold Derry to a draw at Brandywell

Derry City 1 Sligo Rovers 1

Derry came from behind with the woodwork then depriving them of victory at the death.

Sligo took the lead against the run of play on 33 minutes.

Seamus Coleman and Romu Boco set-up skipper Conor O'Grady who shot past Darren Quigley.

Derry, who had two goals disallowed, ran the second half and levelled from a Thomas Stewart's penalty on 67 minutes.

Sammy Morrow then came within inches of winning it deep in stoppage time but his shot came back off the bar.

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