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St Patrick's Athletic will host Bray Wanderers in the semi-finals of the under-15 National League after the Seagulls became the last side to book their spot in the last four.
Two late goals saw Wanderers overturn a first-half deficit to defeat Wexford at the Carlisle Grounds in the final quarter-final on Sunday afternoon.
Finn Harps have been drawn at home to Athlone Town in the second semi-final to determine which sides will contest the inaugural final of the under-15 league.
Pats booked their spot in the semis with a 4-2 win over Sligo Rovers last week, Athlone overcame Waterford by a single goal while Harps thumped Bohemians 5-0.
Harps will host Athlone at Bonagee on Saturday, November 18th at 2pm, while Richmond Park will the venue for Pats against Bray on Sunday, November 19th at 2pm.
The winner of the Athlone and Harps tie will have home advantage for the final.
A - St. Patrick's Athletic v Bray Wanderers, Richmond Park - Sunday, November 19th, 2pm
B - Finn Harps v Athlone Town, Bonagee - Saturday, November 18th, 2pm