The draw for the 4th round of the Leinster Senior Cup has been made. Revived last year after a ten year hiatus, it was won in 2010 by First Division Shelbourne who beat Bray Wanderers 4-0 in the final.
Shels will face one of Bluebell United, Crettyard United or Evergreen and the only other league side to face non-league opposition are Longford Town who will play away at either Tolka Rovers or Killester United.
League Champions Shamrock Rovers will travel to Dundalk while Sporting Fingal and Bohemians will both be at ‘home’ when they meet at Dalymount Park.
Glebe North/Willow Park v Crumlin United/Arklow Town
Dundalk v Shamrock Rovers
Bray Wanderers v St Patrick’s Ath
Wexford Youths v Drogheda United
Tolka Rovers/Killester United v Longford Town
Sporting Fingal v Bohemians
Bluebell United/Crettyard United/Evergreen v Shelbourne
Athlone Town v UCD
No dates or kick-off times have yet been arranged.
Simon O'Gorman began reporting for Extratime in 2010. He remembers Milltown and Flower Lodge and, back in the mists of time, saw Diego Maradona play at Lansdowne Road. He now lives in Co Kildare and reports on Shamrock Rovers among others. Simon can be contacted at email@example.com
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