3 added minutes.
Great chance for Longford. Ball finds its way to Dervin but his effort is blocked and the ball squirms beyond the far post.
Grimes glides inside and skips through a few tackles and is look to have been brought down by Greg Bolger who already has been booked but the referee asjudges a dive and books the Longford player.
Aaron Bolger finds Kirk in a brilliant switch of play. Kirk glides inside but his cross is partially blocked and McGinty gathers.
Sligo spring forward on the counter attack. Parkes finds De Vries who powers inside on his right foot and has a go but its blocked, perhaps the New Zealander should have slipped Mark Byrne in down the left.
Parkes wins the ball but in the process cuts Kirk in half and goes into the referee's book.
Aaron Dobbs has shown some good touches so far, Longford continue to push forward. Sligo on the back foot.
The opening 15 of the second half, Longford have raised their game a bit but have lacked quality in the final third.
Kirk fashions a great delivery from a corner, McGinty punches well under pressure.
Grimes crosses from the right, its only partially cleared and Aodh Dervin sprints in and flashes the ball wide. Better from Longford.
A McCourt corner is flicked on by Parkes into the path of Buckley who nods home from 5 yards. A disastrous start for the home side. Sligo probably deserve the lead.
Great delivery from Kirk, Parkes gets a flick and the ball whistles just past the far post.
Aaron Dobbs wins a corner, chance for de Town.
4 added minutes here.
Kenny pounces on a loose pass and manages to win a corner off Gorman. Kenny been very bright once more.
From a second phase off a corner. Parkes finds Kenny, youngster tries to bend the ball beyond Steacy into the far corner but the 'keeper saves marvellously.
McCourt gets down the left and crosses, corner Sligo.
Despite the enforced subs, Longford have grown into the game.
Warfield down once more, it would be disastrous if Longford were forced into two changes in the opening half.
Aodh Dervin closes down Parkes and finds sub Thompson down the right. His dinked ball into Warfield, sees the front man swivel and get a shot off but comfortably wide of McGinty's goal.
Dean Byrne has overstreteched and it looks like his evening is over.
Warfield has picked up an injury as he flicked a header on. The big striker has had very little to work with so far. He should be ok to continue.
Kenny slips in Parkes, he eventually plays it back to Bolger but his effort from 20 yards finds the clutches of Steacy.
Sligo work a great free kick from the right. Cawley finds Morahan peeling off the clutter of defenders. Morahan then finds Gibson who flashes an effort towards goal to where Garry Buckley but he can't toe poke beyond Steacy.
Gibson counters down the right for Sligo, he finds Parkes but he scuffs his effort when he had a chance to test the GK.
Garry Buckley caught in possession, the ball finds its way to Dean Byrne, he takes a shot but John Mahon can block and repel the danger.
Lee Steacy takes a heavy touch and invites the challenge of Cawley who does catch the goalkeeper but somehow escapes a yellow card for his lunge.
First Longford effort of note. Warfield knocks the ball down to Dean Byrne who takes a touch and volleys but the ball is well clear of McGinty's crossbar.
Longford really struggling to hold on to possession, Sligo on top.
Good Sligo move involving Kenny, Cawley and Morahan results in Kenny flashing a ball across the Longford goal but Parkes had not taken up the centre-forward position.
Robbie McCourt bends the free kick wide of Steacy's near post.
Scrappy start. Bolger strips O'Driscoll of the ball before the Longford centre-half fouls the Sligo midfielder in a promising position.
Hello, welcome to Bishopsgate. It is a cracking day here, the sun is out, the temperature is around 15 degrees and there is a slight breeze blowing from one goal to the opposite.
My name is David Wilson and I am here to take you through tonights match which kicks off at 5.45 p.m.
One change for either team, for Longford Warfield is in for Verdon. For Sligo, David Cawley comes in to the skipper the side and he replaces Figueira who drops to the bench.
Competition: 2021 League of Ireland Premier Division
Date: 5:45 p.m. April 2, 2021