Harps stay top of the Division while Derry lose in Cork


Finn Harps stayed top of the SSE Airtricty League First Division with a hard fought point in Dublin.

The Donegal side drew 2-2 with UCD thanks to a stunning goal from Kevin McHugh nine minutes from the final whistle.

Wilfred Tagbo scored Harps first goal to then level the game on twenty one minutes.

Ollie Horgan's boys also remain unbeaten with three wins and two draws.

In the other First Division games Wexford Youths came away with a 1-0 win from their clash with Athlone Town while Waterford United and Shelbourne also finished 2-2.

In the Premier Division, Peter Hutton's Derry City lost for the third time in six games going down 3-0 to Cork City at Turners Cross.

John O'Flynn got the opener for Cork, while Karl Sheppard scored a brace as the Leesiders.

Elsewhere two goals from Michael Drennan helped Shamrock Rovers to a 3-0 win over 10-man Galway United at the Tallaght Stadium.

Earlier, managerless Bray Wanderers registered their first points of the season after a battling 3-1 win over Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds with David Cassidy scoring a hat-trick for he visitors.

And 10-man Bohemians grabbed a late winner through Mark Griffin to beat Drogheda United 1-0 at United Park.