Derry City have picked up just their second win since football's restart by coming from behind to beat Cork City.
Declan Devine's big-spending Candystripes had picked up just a solitary point from their previous two outings.
And when Joe Olowu thumped home a scrappy opener for Cork, it looked like it would be another bad night at the office for the hosts.
HALF-TIME | @derrycityfc 0-1 @CorkCityFC
Joseph Olowu's early goal, Cork's first away goal this season, has the visitors in front at the Brandywell 🙌
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Derry weren't long in dusting themselves off, and with 14-minutes played Ibrahim Meite was played in by Adam Hammill but with Mark McNulty stranded, he could only hit the post.
It took just four-minutes after the restart for Derry to achieve parity. A deflected strike from the ever-lively Walter Figueira made it 1-1.
Just four-minutes later, Derry were in front. Meite was again denied - this time by McNulty - before the ball fell to Hammill who found the net.
James Akintunde put the icing on the cake for Devine's side, scoring a third with practically the last kick of the game.
The win vaults the Candystripes up to 4th in the table, while Cork remain second-from-bottom.