Derry City will take on defending champions Shamrock Rovers in the semi finals of the Setanta Cup, a game in which Declan Devine will come up against his former boss Stephen Kenny. In Tuesday’s quarter final Derry went a goal behind in the first half of their second leg against Linfield. Captain Barry Molloy’s superb header got the home side back in it on 69 minutes. Stephen McLaughlin put them in front for the first time on 77 minutes before Simon Madden added a third goal in stoppage time. The final aggregate scored was 4-2 in favour of the Candystrips who now march on to play the Hoops in the last four. Kenny’s Rovers went through having overcome Cliftonville 3-1 on penalties in Solitude. Having lead 2-0 from the first leg, Cliftonville cancelled out the lead thanks to goals at the end of each half. The Hoops scored all their penalties thanks to Billy Dennehy, Chris Turner and Graham Garland.