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Derry City v Dniepr Dniepropetrovsk

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Video: Derry City 1-2 Cliftonville

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A few extended clips from Derry City’s 2-1 defeat to Cliftonville at Brandywell on Friday evening.

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Ballinamallard United 0-7 Derry City

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Gerardo Bruna and David Parkhouse warm-up before Tuesday’s friendly fixture against Ballinamallard United.
  • A David Parkhouse hat-trick inspires 7-0 City win against Ballinamallard.
  • Declan Devine included new signings Darren Cole, Gerardo Bruna, Eoghan Stokes and Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe in his starting eleven.
  • Jamie McDonagh and on-loan striker Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe both netted a brace each.
  • City full-back Ciaran Coll suffered a bad injury 30 seconds into the second half.
  • Conor McDermott made a welcome return from injury, playing 30 minutes in the second period.

Ballinamallard United 0-7 Derry City
David Parkhouse 16′,38′,42′, Jamie McDonagh 61′, 85′, Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe 18′, 65′

Derry City striker David Parkhouse netted a hat-trick, as the Candy Stripes ran out comprehensive 7-0 winners over Ballinamallard United in a low-key friendly fixture, played at Fisher Park on Tuesday evening.

City boss Declan Devine included new signings Darren Cole, Gerardo Bruna, Eoghan Stokes and Junior Ogedi-Uzokwe in his starting eleven. But it was the clinical Parkhouse, on-loan from Sheffield United, who was the star of the show, netting a sublime 26-minute hat-trick in the first half.

The Candy Stripes produced an impressive display of slick passing and movement which the NIFL Championship side couldn’t live with and were well beaten on the night.

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Delap and McNamee handed three-year deals

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  • Derry City underage stars Adrian Delap and Shane McNamee have signed three-year contracts with the Candy Stripes.
  • Donegal pair commit their immediate futures to the Brandywell club.
  • Both players sign their first professional contracts.
  • City’s development programme continues to produce a high quality of player from the north-west.

Derry City hand three-year deals to two of their most promising youngsters.

Donegal pair Adrian Delap and Shane McNamee have committed their immediate futures to the Brandywell club and are the latest products to graduate from the club’s vibrant youth development programme. The talented duo have been rewarded for their progress since joining the club over three years ago and put pen to paper on Friday afternoon to sign their first professional contracts.

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Derry break all-time goal scoring record

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Derry City have set a new club record by defeating non-league outfit Blarney United in today’s FAI Cup tie at O’Shea Park.

The Candy Stripes’ 12-2 win goes into the record books as the biggest winning margin in a competitive fixture since the club was formed in 1928.

Back in December 1964, City defeated Cliftonville 10-1 at Brandywell with goals from Fay Coyle 4, Ron Wood, Joe Wilson 2, Matt Doherty jr 2, and Jimmy McGeough.

But today’s result creates a new record and sends Kenny Shiels’ side into the history books.

The City scorers today were Ally Roy 4, Aaron McEneff 2, Ronan Hale 2, Shane McNamee 2, Cathal Farren (pictured), Kevin McHattie.

Congratulations to the Under-19 graduates Shane McNamee and Cathal Farren on scoring their first competitive goals for the club.

FORMER CITY U19 CAPTAIN JOINS FINN HARPS ON LOAN

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FORMER U19 CAPTAIN SAM TODD JOINS FINN HARPS ON LOAN

Former Derry City under-19 captain Sam Todd has joined Donegal outfit Finn Harps on a season-long loan deal.

The 19-year-old centre back will look to gain some valuable first-team experience by joining the SSE Airtricity League First Division club rather than continue to feature for Derry’s reserve side in the Ulster Senior League.

Todd was a key member of the under-19 panel during the 2017 season, making 20 appearances and scoring one goal.

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