Leinster Senior Cup
Leinster Junior Cup winners Collinstown are through to the Leinster Senior Cup semi finals after shocking another League of Ireland Team on Tuesday night.
Having defeated the mighty Shamrock Rovers in Tallaght Stadium last time out the Clondalkin side defeated Bray Wanderers to move within 90 minutes of the prestigious decider.
The victory was bourne out of a solid team display, but the raise your game specialists saw two of the clubs youth graduates find the net in a historic win.
Dylan McKeever and Ian McNeill hit goals in either half to ensure the journey continues.
Attacking talent McKeever got the Clondalkin side off to the perfect start at the home of the original cup shockers St Francis.
McKeever found the net after just eight minutes and within 12 minutes ‘Town had a goal and a man advantage. UCD went down to 1o men mid way through the first half as Hugh Douglas saw red.
Things went from good to great for AUL Premier A side within 10 minutes of the restart as McNeill produced a moment of magic to put them two to the good and in semi final pole.
Bray, who were controversial winners over Bluebell in the EA Sports cup last week, emptied their bench in a bid to overturn the deficit and set up an exciting finish when Lewis scored with 20 minutes to go.
However, the amateur side held firm and recorded a historic win.