Pat's beat Fingal at second time of asking

St Patrick's Athletic 2 Sporting Fingal 0

A wonder goal from Mark Quigley tonight put St Pat's through to Monday night FAI Ford Cup semi-final draw.

Quigley struck for the opener on 42 minutes when cutting in from the left to brilliantly chip Steve Williams from over 20 yards.

Glenn Fitzpatrick sealed Saints' passage on 61 minutes when heading home Alan Kirby's cross.

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