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Derry City bounced back from Friday's home defeat against Sligo to beat St. Pat's 2-0 in Dublin last night.
James Akintunde scored on his debut with Conor McCormack hitting the second goal.
It moves the Candystripes above their opponents on goal difference into fifth place in the Premier Division table.
A minute's silence was observed at Richmond Park following the death of Derry City club President John Hume.
Full-time@stpatsfc 0@derrycityfc 2@jamesakintunde & @ConorMc22— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 3, 2020
Candystripes bounce back from Friday setback v Sligo for great win in Dublin.
Minute's silence in tribute to club President John Hume@jamesakintunde debut goal:
🎥 @SSEAirtricityLg pic.twitter.com/Dgp1x7qPLS
Meanwhile, a former Derry player is on the move to England:
Another ex-Candystripes player is also starting a new chapter:
Transfer news: Irish Cup winner with @Glentoran on Friday Gavin Peers @Peersy23 moves to @thepointfc 34 y/o centre back is ex-Sligo, St. Pat’s and Derry City. Smart piece of business by Point boss @BazzaGray6 pic.twitter.com/7owWM2YHyS— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 3, 2020
Finally, a Glens legend's been reflecting on the club's Irish Cup final victory:
🎥 Irish League legend Bertie Wright was back in the spotlight Friday night when 1000s of TV viewers saw him cheering on his beloved @Glentoran to Irish Cup glory v Ballymena at Windsor Park. The 100-year-old Co. Armagh-based Glens great says he felt like a youngster again: 1/2 pic.twitter.com/FJvHj6i2Ju— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 3, 2020
🎥 After @NavidNasseri7 Saturday switch from the Oval to @OfficialBlues, @Glentoran 1940s star Bertie Wright has revealed Linfield once offered to double his wages to do the same. But the 100-year-old, born in east Belfast, living in Laurelvale, wouldn't move for any money: 2/2 pic.twitter.com/ICMI1502er— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) August 3, 2020