Derry kick-off confirmed, plus FAI Cup draw

Sligo Rovers can confirm that the Bank Holiday Monday match with Derry city in the Airtricity Premier Division will kick-off at 5pm in The Showgrounds.

The match takes place on Monday 6 May, three days after the league meeting with Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght Stadium.
 
Meanwhile, the draw for the second round of the 2013 FAI Ford Cup will take place on Monday and will be live on RTÉ Two from Ford Rialto in Dublin.
 
There will be 20 Airtricity League Premier and First Divisions clubs as well as the ten remaining clubs from the intermediate and junior ranks following the first round.
 
Rovers exited the competition against Monaghan United last year after winning the competition in 2010 and 2011. 
 
The numbers for the draw are below, it will be part of MNS on which begins at 7pm. 
 
1: Athlone Town, 2: Avondale United, 3: Bandon, 4: Blarney United, 5: Bluebell United, 6: Bohemians, 7: Bray Wanderers, 8: Cobh Ramblers, 9: College Corinthians, 10: Cork City, 11: Derry City, 12: Drogheda United, 13: Dundalk, 14: Finn Harps, 15: Glenville, 16: Kilbarrack United, 17: Limerick, 18: Longford Town, 19: Mervue United, 20: Phoenix, 21: Pike Rovers, 22: St. Patrick's Athletic, 23: St. Patrick's CY, 24: Salthill Devon, 25: Shamrock Rovers, 26: Shelbourne, 27: Sheriff YC, 28: Sligo Rovers, 29: Tolka Rovers, 30: UCD, 31: Waterford United, 32: Wexford Youths 

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