Donnelly and Devlin listed by Larne 24 hours after historic win in Europe

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Marty Donnelly - leaving Larne.

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Larne have transfer-listed two players who have been a key part of their revival in recent years.

Goalkeeper Conor Devlin and winger Marty Donnelly have both been made available to other clubs.

The reason for the shock move has not been disclosed.

It came just 24 hours after the Inver men won their first ever European tie, beating Bala Town 2-0 on aggregate.

Donnelly came on as a substitute in the Europa Conference League second leg - Devlin is still recovering from injury. 

Derry City lost 4-2 against Shamrock Rovers at the Brandywell on Friday night.

The Candystripes had been 2-0 up at one stage against the League of Ireland leaders.

There was a big win for Glentoran Women in their County Antrim Cup clash with Cliftonville.

The Glens thrashed their rivals for the league title 6-0.

Tyrone face Donegal in the second Ulster football semi-final on Sunday afternoon. 

Throw in at Brewster Park in Enniskillen is 1.45.

The winners will meet Monaghan in the decider - they beat Armagh on Saturday night. 

Tributes were paid to the Monaghan under-20s captain Brendan Og Duffy, who was killed in a car crash on Friday.

Also in GAA, Armagh ladies footballers are through to the All-Ireland quarter-finals after an eight-point victory over Cavan.





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