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A thrilling night of action in the

Extra.ie FAI Cup

saw goals galore from start to finish in the quarter-finals

The semi-final lineup has taken shape after Bohemians put non-league Maynooth University Town to the sword, with goals, late winners and red cards across the four ties.

St Pats cruised into the last four following an early setback, while there was late drama at the UCD Bowl and incredible scenes in Ballybofey.

a person playing a game on the court: Quitirna Junior Armando of Waterford celebrates after scoring his side’s goal during the extra.ie FAI Cup Quarter-Final match between UCD and Waterford at UCD Bowl in Belfield, Dublin. Photo by Matt Browne/Sportsfile © Provided by Extra.ie Quitirna Junior Armando of Waterford celebrates after scoring his side’s goal during the extra.ie FAI Cup Quarter-Final match between UCD and Waterford at UCD Bowl in Belfield, Dublin. Photo by Matt Browne/Sportsfile

First Division high-flyers UCD hosted Waterford in a five-goal thriller in Dublin, the Students delivered the first goal of the evening when top scorer Colm Whelan struck in the 12th minute.

Junior Armando was given a helping hand to hit back for the Blues before half time, taking advantage of a mistake to level.

Liam Kerrigan put UCD back in front early into the second half, but the visitors hit back once again through a Phoenix Patterson penalty.

End-to-end stuff at the UCD Bowl, the sides are level once again!

Phoenix Patterson has drawn the Blues level from the penalty spot. What an open game!@UCDAFC 2-2 @WaterfordFCie

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But it was Waterford who struck the killer blow late on as Prince Mutswunguma’s 91st minute winner seal their place in the semi-finals with a 3-2 win.

Bohemians also took an early lead against Leinster Senior League side St Mochtas in a one-sided clash at Dalymount Park.

Bohs skipper Keith Buckley scored from close range to put the home side in front after some brilliant work by Keith Ward.

Bohs captain Keith Buckley has rifled the Gypsies in front!

After some neat footwork from Keith Ward, Buckley guided the ball into the back of the net from close range.@bfcdublin 1-0 @MUTFC_Senior

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Maynooth were left with a mountain to climb when Alex Kelly was sent off for a poor tackle, and Bohs quickly capitalised with goals from Conor Levingston and Ward in the 34th and 36th minutes respectively.

Roland Idowu got a debut goal on the hour mark as Bohs — who are hoping to reach the FAI Cup final for the first time since 2008 — sealed a 4-0 win.

There was also early drama at Richmond Park, as St Patrick’s Athletic — who this week took on the Extra.ie FAI Cup Free-Kick Challenge — went down to 10 men after just seven minutes.

Sam Bone was given his marching orders for taking down Wexford’s Jack Moylan, but it didn’t stop Pats taking the lead when Darragh Burns finished off a well-worked move after 34 minutes.

The Saints lead against @WexfordFC!

A clinical move from ten man @stpatsfc has broken the deadlock at Richmond Park. Darragh Burns applied the finishing touch.

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It didn’t take long for things to get worse for the visitors, who lost their man advantage when Conor Crowley was shown a second yellow card minutes later.

Burns got his second shortly after the hour mark and Ronan Coughlan made it three in added time as Pats cruised into the semi-finals.

Dundalk were the last of the quarter-finals to kick-off, and a tricky trip to Donegal proved just that as the FAI Cup holders fell behind to Finn Harps. 

A man in form! An unstoppable drive from Tunde Owolabi.@FinnHarpsFC punish the Lilywhites, catching them in possession, but @DundalkFC have just drawn level through Patrick Hoban. 1-1 at Finn Park.

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The red-hot striker, who scored the winner in the second round win over Derry, fired an unstoppable drive into the far corner, but yet another quarter-final red card would turn the game on its head.

Jordan Mustoe was sent off for Harps before Patrick Hoban equalised from the penalty spot, and Dundalk were in front 10 minutes later through Sean Murray.  

Hoban’s made it two midway through the second half, but 10-man Harps would mount an incredible comeback as a Sean Boyd double — the second of which came in the 94th minute — made it 3-3 to force a replay.

Unbelievable scenes – Finn Park has just erupted!!!

Harps substitute Sean Boyd has scored a dramatic 94th minute equaliser for ten men @FinnHarpsFC and forced a replay against @DundalkFC.

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The semi-finals of the

2021 Extra.ie FAI Cup

will take place the week ending October 24.

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