Wanderers hit Mochtas for seven

Bray Wanderers hammered Leinster Senior League side St Mochtas 7-0 in the second round of the FAI Ford Cup yesterday with Paul Dunphy grabbing a hat-trick for the Seasiders.

Bray Wanderers hammered Leinster Senior League side St Mochtas 7-0 in the second round of the FAI Ford Cup yesterday with Paul Dunphy grabbing a hat-trick for the Seasiders.

Colm Tresson, John Broderick, Gary McCabe and an own goal from Stefan Buttner sent Eddie Gormley's side through to the last 16.

Fanad United won the non-league battle for a place in the next round, beating St John Bosco 1-0 at Trialough.

A stoppage-time penalty from Paddy McGrenaghan was enough to send the Ulster Senior League side through when a replay looked to be on the cards.

An understrength Shamrock Rovers were beaten 3-2 by Sligo Rovers at Tolka Park thanks to a 67th-minute winner from Fahrudin Kudozovic.

Rovers had taken the lead through a Tadhg Purcell strike but Sligo came back to lead at half time, Kudozovic equalising in the 24th minute and Matthew Judge putting the visitors ahead five minutes later.

Andy Myler had restored parity in the 65th minute with a well-taken goal but the Hoops' joy was short lived as the winner came almost immediately from the restart.

Douglas Hall caused the shock of the round beating Cork neighbours Cobh Ramblers 4-1 at St Colman's Park to knock the First Division high-flyers out of this year's competition.

Gerard O'Donovan's 18th minute strike, a brace from Brendan O'Connell and a rocket from Brendan Sweeney gave the Munster Senior League side an unassailable 4-0 lead with the shell-shocked Ramblers side only able to manage a consolation goal in the 86th minute through Kevin Murray.

An Alan McDermott strike was enough to see Kilkenny City through, beating Kildare County at Station Road, while UCD romped to a 4-0 away win against Galway side Salthill Devon.

Longford Town are also through after beating Cellbridge Town 1-0 at Flancare Park, James Mooney sealing it for Town with a 66th minute penalty.

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