Non-league Crumlin United to host Bohs in FAI Cup quarter-finals

Liam Brady of Crumlin United in action against Shane Maloney of Lucan United during the FAI Cup second round match at CBS Captain's Road. Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile
Liam Brady of Crumlin United in action against Shane Maloney of Lucan United during the FAI Cup second round match at CBS Captain's Road. Photo by David Fitzgerald/Sportsfile

Non-league Crumlin United have been handed a home FAI Cup quarter-final draw with Bohemians.

Defending champions Dundalk will travel to Waterford, while Galway United have a home tie against Shamrock Rovers.

Sligo Rovers will take on UCD at The Showgrounds.

The ties are currently scheduled to be played on the weekend of September 6/7/8.

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