The game has ended between Sligo Rovers and Cork City. And there you go. It's all over as Sligo secure an important win to move up to fourth ahead of Waterford and only just behind Dundalk. Cork City meanwhile are in deep trouble without a win on the road all year and a point adrift with only a game to play.
Sligo with a corner in what will surely be the last play of the game.
Stay up, stay up is the shout from the sideline from the Cork dugout.
Rónán Coughlan (Sligo Rovers) takes a free-kick. Coughlan smashes a free kick over the bar from 30 yards.
McGinty once again claims the ball with glee as Elliot chases dangerously.
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Oh Ed McGinty with a fantastic save to keep his side in front after a low Cork shot on the break is almost steered beyond him and thankfully for the home side, his defenders are alert enough to scoop to put sufficient pressure on Ochieng as he smashes the ball over the bar on the rebound.
Edward McGinty (Sligo Rovers) is booked. McGinty is booked for dissent.
Bossing comes out to scoop up a menacing ball from Devers which looked to split the Cork City defence.
Every time Cork get a corner they are sending everyone forward in a desperate attempt to rescue something from this game and indeed to save their season.
Sligo win a free kick but the resulting ball that leads to a cross is headed away and Cork break down the other end with Alex Cooper putting a solid challenge in to clear the danger out for a corner.
Oh, this is interesting! Elliott buys a free-kick for the visitors on the left corner of the area. McGlade takes it, and drills a low shot through a ruck of bodies across McGinty to the far corner.
Morahan shoots and Bossin makes a save. Rebound to Junior who shoots and saved again but ref blows the whistle for a handball by Junior.
Not a good corner. Overhit and out for a goal-kick.
Banks defends well and out for another corner for Cork
O'Brien Whitmarsh with a shot. BLOCKED. He hits the rebound. BLOCKED. Corner for Cork City.
Donelon takes it and its short to Devers and his cross is deep and the header back is taken by Bossin.
Oluwu defends a cross and Sligo Rovers have another corner.
Corner is taken short and passed to Seymour who sees his shot blocked
Corner kick for Sligo after Junior loitered on the end line for almost a minute avoiding tackles.
Cross into the box from Sligo but headed clear by the Cork defender.
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Cork City with the possession in the last minute but they can't find any meaningful balls forward.
Kevin O'Connor (Cork City) is booked. Slide tackle that the ref deemed worthy of a card.
Morrissey with a long range shot outside the box and its not a bad attempt but Mcginty is down and saves.
Free-kick to Cork City in their half. This is a huge 45 minutes for the Rebel Army. Can they pull this game back.
Free-kick to Cork City outside Sligo's box. O'Connor takes and O'Brien gets a head on it but blocked.
Sligo Rovers pressing Cork City but Banks and De Vries can't find a way through despite their best efforts.
Heading close to half time and Cork City almost break through but McGinty gets it and fires it forward which turns into a Sligo counter. Devers attempts a shot but it curls high and away from the goal.
Chance for Cork City but the shot is snatched at and goes well over the bar.
Free-kick to Sligo well inside Cork City's half. Coughlan takes it and it zips all the way to Bossin at pace who grabs commandingly.
Alec Byrne with the ball in midfield and twice looks for a runner. He eventually offloads and the play continues but Cork can't find a way through
Banks with a ball into the box attempting to reach a diving Coughlan but the ball is intercepted.
A foul by Kevin O'Connor on Coughlan gives Sligo a free-kick in a good area on the right. However Donnellan's delivery is floated too close to Bossin.
The City midfielder is correctly booked after a loose touch gave him little option but to haul down the marauding Niall Morahan.
Excellent work from City as Byrne sprays a ball wide for Ochieng. He's too quick for Donnellan, and his cross is into a good area. However neither Elliott nor Whitmarsh had advanced far enough.
A long free-kick from McGinty runs all the way over the top of the away defence without a touch. Junior sprints past Ochieng and rolls the ball past Liam Bossin for the opener.
Oh dear. City are awarded a penalty after Alec Byrne's shot from distance is blocked the hand of John Mahon. However Elliott's spot-kick, although well-struck, is too close to the excellent McGinty. It's pushed behind for a corner, from which nothing comes.
De Vries has the first real shot in anger, but his effort from 25 yards is straight at Bossin.
Excellent work from Gearoid Morrissey for City, as he races back to cover a stranded Ronan Hurley and robs a dangerous-looking Devers.
Lewis Banks strides out defence for Sligo but his attempt to find Devers is overhit and runs behind.
Early opportunity for Jesse Devers to get a cross in from the right for Sligo, but a bobble causes him to slice behind.
Plenty of player traffic between these two sides in recent years, of course. City alumni Buckley and Rónán Coughlan start for Sligo this evening while Danny Kane is on the bench.
Three changes for each side from last week's encounters. Rovers introduce Regan Donnelan, Will Seymour and Garry Buckley for David Cawley, Sigitas Olborkis and Teemu Penninkangas. City interim boss Colin Healy has brought in Kit Elliott, Beineoin O'Brien-Whitmarsh and Ronan Hurley for Dylan McGlade, Deshane Dalling and Corey Galvin.
The hosts will be hoping for a three points to boost their hopes of sneaking a European place after last week's disappointing defeat to Shelbourne, while City will be desperate to glean something from this evening's encounter. A defeat here coupled with a Finn Harps victory against Bohemians tonight would send them through the relegation trapdoor.
Good evening all, and welcome to extratime.com's coverage of this today's Airtricity League game between Sligo Rovers and Cork City. My name is Diarmuid Daly and I'll be keeping you up to date on all the action from the Showgrounds.