Showed quick reflexes, and closed down well. Had little chance for the equaliser.
Was booked early on, and that probably impacted on his intensity as he didn't go into tackles fully.
His blistering run down the right set up O'Conor's opener, and got forward well down the wing.
Made a crucial goal-line clearance to deny Cretaro. Had one good chance in the opposition box, but finished poorly.
Broke up Sligo's passing play, and almost got his name on the scoresheet, only to be denied by a double-save from Rogers.
Played some good passes and picked out his teammates well.
Also denied Cretaro with a good block, and was comfortable at the back for most of the game.
Not his best game, picked up a booking and wasted his one good chance in front of goal.
Quiet enough performance in midfield. Did nothing to make the headlines, but kept the game ticking over.
A little anonymous at times up front, but worked hard.
Pulled off some good saves to earn his side a point.
Made some well-timed tackles, and kept O'Brien quiet throughout.
Dealt well with the threat of Cassidy out wide, and also got forward when the opportunity arose.
Replaced Lee Lynch in the line-up, but didn't stand out.
Was good in the air, and also did well going forward.
Had a few threatening runs into the opposition half which led to decent crosses, causing plenty of problems.
Scored one, should have had another. Strong showing from the midfielder, who has been consistent in the Sligo midfield all season.
Worked hard throughout, and was involved in the build-up to the equaliser with some good passing.
Looked hungry early on, rushing onto loose balls and harrying defenders. Wasn't as effective in the second-half.
Sligo's most potent attacking threat, went close with a number of chances.
Started up front, but contributed more for his teammates than they did for him. Delivered the cross in for Cawley's goal.