Sligo Rovers, Derry City and Dundalk all crash out of the Europa League
Not a great night for the League of Ireland in Europe.
Sligo Rovers, Derry City and Dundalk have all crashed out of the Europa League during tonight's second round of qualifiers, second leg clashes.
Sligo had recorded a famous 2-1 win against Rosenborg in Norway last week but found that the visitors were too strong this evening at the Showgrounds, coming away with a 3-1 victory on the night and progressing 4-3 on aggregate.
Michael Duffy gave Derry City a real chance when he opened the scoring against Shacktyor Soligorsk, but the Belarusian side were too strong and their 5-1 win saw them go through 6-1 on aggregate.
Dundalk, at least, came away with a win on the night.
Patrick Hoban and Kurtis Byrne were both on the scoresheet as the Lilywhites beat Hajduk Split 2-1 on the night, but the Irish side lost the tie 3-2 on aggregate.