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SHEL NAYLOR is featured on the recently re-released Decca Originals compilation CD The Freakbeat Scene (including One Fine Day) and on The Beat Scene (including It's Gonna Happen Soon), they are well worth checking out.
Shels had the ideal start with a goal on four minutes.
He said: "We showed Shels earlier in the season, winning 2-0 at Tolka, that we're up with them now.
In May 2001 the then Cork City winger hit the match winner against Shels in the last game of the season which allowed Bohs to leapfrog them into top spot and claim their first title in 23 years.
With 13 points from the last 18 available, Shels are suddenly a team in form.
But Waters' tenth of the campaign squared it before Shels went ahead through Philip Gorman's close-range finish.
Only Owen Heary and Dean Delany remain from that encounter, with former Shels stalwart Heary now the Bohs captain and assistant manager.
Iarfhlaith Davoren levelled for Sligo, but Shels were heroic as they played for 90 minutes with 10 men before losing a dramatic penalty shootout at the Aviva Stadium on Sunday.
Shels sub Kevin Dawson saw red for a second bookable offence in the space of four minutes late on when hauling down Derek Foran.
Derry, Shels and Cork have been three of the top sides over my eight years playing in Ireland and it baffles me that they are in the First Division.