FAI Cup round-up: 10-man CIE Ranch come close to shock win

FAI Cup round-up: 10-man CIE Ranch come close to shock win

CIE Ranch agonisingly missed out on causing the upset of the FAI Cup second round tonight.

Jason McClelland's strike two minutes from time for UCD completed a comeback from 2-0 down and forced extra time in Inchicore.

The First Division side then eased to a 6-2 win over the 10-man Leinster Senior League side to progress to Monday's quarter-final draw.

Holders Cork City breezed into the quarter-finals with a 4-0 thrashing of Maynooth University Town.

FAI Cup round-up: 10-man CIE Ranch come close to shock win

St. Pat's missed an injury-time penalty that could have salvaged a replay with Derry, but Liam Buckley's side instead lost 1-0 at the Brandywell.

FAI Cup round-up: 10-man CIE Ranch come close to shock win

At Oriel Park, Dundalk beat Finn Harps 2-0.

FAI Cup round-up: 10-man CIE Ranch come close to shock win

Bohemians are through to the quarter-finals for the first time in four years following a 2-0 win at Galway.

FAI Cup round-up: 10-man CIE Ranch come close to shock win

Limerick were 2-1 winners at home to Cabinteely, while Waterford won 1-0 at Drogheda.

FAI Cup round-up: 10-man CIE Ranch come close to shock win

- Digital Desk


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