Sligo Rovers look to go one better after semi-final draw

Sligo Rovers look to go one better after semi-final draw

Last season’s defeated FAI Ford Cup finalists Sligo Rovers face a trip to Dalymount Park to face Bohemians in the semi-finals of this season’s competition.

Shamrock Rovers will host St. Patrick’s Athletic in the other semi-final after the draw for the last four stage was made this evening.

The FAI Ford Cup semi-finals will take place on October 15 and October 17, with the decision on the order of the matches to be taken tomorrow.

FAI Ford Cup semi-finals:

Bohemians V Sligo Rovers

Shamrock Rovers V St Patrick’s Athletic

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