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Wednesday night's Danske Women's Premiership games involving Derry City and Sion Swifts have both been postponed due to cross-border Covid-19 travel restrictions.
Both clubs have players based in Donegal.
League leaders Sion were due to host Crusaders with Derry at home to Cliftonville.
The only remaining league fixture is Linfield Ladies against Glentoran Women behind closed doors at Midgley Park.
The sides are sitting second and third respectively, level on points, three behind Sion.
Confirmed: @SionSwiftsLFC and @derrycityfcw games in #DanskeWomensPrem tonight are both OFF due to cross-border #COVID travel restrictions. The teams have players based in Donegal.— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 30, 2020
Full story on sport at 1pm
NIFL statement: pic.twitter.com/iJujJnY1TT
There's been another defeat for Derry City in the League of Ireland.
A late goal saw them go down 1-0 away to Sligo Rovers on Tuesday night.
The Candystripes stay seventh, just four points clear of basement club Cork City.
FT: @SSEAirtricityLg@sligorovers 1@derrycityfc 0— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 29, 2020
Late goal from De Vries gives Bit o' Red all three points
Sligo move above Dundalk into fourth place
Candystripes seventh in the standings pic.twitter.com/3pVTeO07nh
Finally, a new recruit for Ballymena boss David Jeffrey:
⚽️ Ballymena sign @NorthernIreland international Shay McCartan— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 29, 2020
26y/o striker moves after three seasons at Bradford City. He's ex-Lincoln City, Accrington Stanley & Burnley. The County Down man was with Banbridge & Glenavon before moving to Burnley in 2010
📸 @BallymenaUnited pic.twitter.com/7iHzNAaVJb